Gay Marriage Champion Arrested for Sex With Minor
November 20, 2014
(left, Terry Bean rode on Air Force One in 2012, after raising $500,00 for Obama)
The arrest of a prominent Portland gay rights advocate
and Obama fundraiser provides a glimpse into
the seedy private lives of some liberals and gays.
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
Homosexual activists pretend to seek "marriage" in order to undermine the society's heterosexual norms, but in really the majority of gay males seek promiscuous sex, preferably with youths.
On Wednesday, Terry Bean, 66, a Portland real estate developer who donated a million dollars to the gay "Human Rights Campaign" was arrested on charges of sex abuse in a 2013 case involving a 15-year-old boy.
Bean will be charged with two counts of sodomy in the third degree, a felony, and sex abuse in the third degree, a misdemeanor.
Bean has also been a central figure in national Democratic politics. As Willamette Week reported in June: "No Oregonian has raised more money for President Barack Obama. At a 2009, Human Rights Campaign dinner, Obama called Bean a 'great friend and supporter.' The president in 2012 hosted Bean on Air Force One, and when Obama visits Oregon, Bean has had the honor of greeting him as the president gets off his plane."
Bean's Flickr account shows him talking with Obama at several events, posing with first lady Michelle Obama and numerous other political figures, including former President Bill Clinton. At 4:22 p.m., Bean bailed out of the downtown Portland jail, posting 10 percent, or $5,000 of his $50,000 bail, according to jail records.
(Bean and Lawson on Bean's 2013 Christmas Card)
Police began investigating Bean after a former lover, Kiah Lawson, 24, accused Bean of hiding a camera in the fire detector above his bed and filming their sex acts, and those Bean had with many other men. Bean tried to keep the allegations secret and made a $40,000 settlement with Lawson, which fell through.
Bean had met Lawson on the dating app Jack'd and struck up a relationship. Lawson has a criminal record for drug and assault. Bean provided the young man with a condo and $400 weekly allowance. They went to Washington, D.C., where in November 2013 Bean took Lawson on a private tour of the White House. They also attended a Democratic Party fundraiser when Bean introduced Lawson to President Obama.
According to Willamette Week: "On Jan. 3, Lawson says, he became suspicious that Bean had entertained a man whom they had met on a different dating site, Adam4Adam. He knew Bean had an extensive video surveillance system throughout the house; there were security cameras visible in places such as the kitchen, the foyer and hallways.
Lawson says he accessed the security system and thumbed through video images to see if he could spot the other man. There, he says, he discovered videos taken in Bean's bedroom. They included Lawson and Bean having sex, as well as video of at least six other men engaged in sex acts at various times.
He made screenshots and later confronted Bean about the recordings, some of which appeared to date back months.
It's a misdemeanor in Oregon to knowingly video-record another person who is naked without his or her consent if the person being recorded has a reasonable expectation of privacy. "
DOMESTIC ABUSE AND RESTRAINING ORDERS
On March 6, Bean petitioned for a restraining order against Lawson, writing that he'd been in a sexually intimate relationship with Lawson for about six months and that Lawson had physically injured him.
Bean wrote that Lawson hit him on the head in mid-February and has been "ferociously angry and/or behaved in a menacing manner'' during the previous six months. "He is also stalking me,'' Bean wrote. He said Lawson threatened to hurt him if he turned him in for theft, according to court records.
"He has been staying in a condo I own (not my home) and is now refusing to leave. He has violated the ground rules I established by smoking and dealing meth and having other people, including people I do not know, stay there,'' Bean wrote. "On the most recent occasion he blew up at me, he hit me. The police came and saw the mark on my forehead.''
Bean alleged in his petition that Lawson burglarized his home while he was out of town, stole his credit cards and charged up to $15,000 on them. Lawson, who led police to the minor, and is also charged with abusing him, has made counter accusations.
The media should take this opportunity to spotlight gay domestic violence. Certainly, these mutually exploitative matches of very promiscuous people are fraught with danger.
The Greeks have a saying: "The fish rots from the head down." Terry Bean and his ilk set the agenda by financing Barack Obama and "gay rights."
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