The entertainment industry is rife with degenerate pedophiles preying on underage boys according to Elijah Wood as reported by Henry Bodkin for The Telegraph: "'there are a lot of vipers in this industry, people who only have their own interests in mind," and "there is a darkness in the underbelly -- if you can imagine it, it's probably happened."
Of course, there previously have been allegations of powerful entertainment industry figures molesting young boys. 1980s child star Corey Feldman claims in his recent memoir Coreyography that Tinseltown is riddled with peds as reported by Sherryl Connelly for the Daily News: "Feldman . . . charges that the 'number one problem in Hollywood was, and is, and always will be, pedophilia.'" Feldman alleges that he was molested at the age of fourteen, and his long-time friend Corey Haim who died after struggling with substance abuse was sexually abused as a child by a Hollywood mogul. Surely the FBI must be a tad curious about the man's name.
Anne Henry, co-founder of Bizparents which helps child actors, claims "Hollywood is currently sheltering around 100 active abusers," and a "tsunami of claims was beginning" according to The Telegraph article.
Unfortunately, law enforcement has tended to bury allegations against Hollywood's child fuckers. In 1975 the NYDA and NYPD initiated an investigation dubbed Operation Together which, among other things, was looking into mob-controlled underage boy sex rings, and according to a now-retired vice detective assigned to the case with whom this blogger spoke a now-deceased Hollywood director nominated for multiple Oscars was notorious for sex parties attended by household names at his Long Island estate which were stocked with jail bait. The investigation further allegedly implicated individuals at the highest levels in New York City politics, power and society, and was shut down in 1977 by "top brass" over the objections of assigned investigators and an ADA as they were on the verge of bringing indictments.
A few years later investigator Dale Smith from the New York State Senate's Select Committee on Crime, said in a July 27, 1982 article by the Associated Press that "organized crime in New York" was running a six-city boy prostitution network – Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans, New York, Washington and Houston – with the "male prostitutes between the ages of 13 and 16 . . . shuttled between the cities." To the best of this blogger's knowledge not much was done with the results from that investigation, either.
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