Where to begin with this allegation… Behold 36 year old Mike Kelsey: Attorney, County Elected Official, Outdoors Enthusiast, Photographer and – it seems – lover of boys.
A county legislator from downstate New York is charged with sexual abuse for allegedly touching two teen-age boys in the Cranberry Lake area last summer. Michael N. Kelsey (R), 36, of Pleasant Valley, NY, was arrested by state police in Wappingers Falls Monday night.
“My understanding is that Mr. Kelsey is a boy scout leader. He was up here on a boy scout camping trip with several boys and he did touch at least two of them,” said St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain.
He was charged with sexual abuse, first degree, forcible touching and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
“The most serious charge is sexual abuse in the first degree. Sexual abuse first is a felony which carries up to seven years in state prison per child,” said Rain.
Kelsey was arraigned in Town of Pierrepont court Tuesday morning before Judge Robert Camp. He was freed on $2,500 bail.
Scott Armstrong, president of the Boy Scouts Longhouse Council – which covers St. Lawrence County – said the incident had nothing to do with the Longhouse Council and did not take place on locally operated scouting property. Kelsey was banned from scouting in October.
Armstrong said it was his understanding the charges stemmed from a trip made by Scouts from the Hudson Valley to the Cranberry Lake area. State police said Kelsey inappropriately touched two 15 year old boys during a trip August 13 and 14.
The chairman of the Dutchess County legislature, Rob Rollison, said in a statement that Kelsey should resign. “The news regarding the charges against Legislator Michael Kelsey are sad and deeply disturbing,” Rollison said. “We must be mindful that the allegations involve children and so our concern, first and foremost, must be for their safety and well-being. While he is allowed due process in a court of law, given the severity of the charges it is in the best interest of all for Michael Kelsey to step down from his position as legislator at this time.”
As well, Kelsey just lost a very tight race for state Assembly. According to his assembly web site, Kelsey is a lawyer, a part-time professor and “an avid outdoors man” who has climbed the Adirondack high peaks.
Mike also runs an outdoor guide company...
So here we have yet another f**cking pervert involved with the Boy Scouts (recently pressured to require admission of gay scouts and staff), as well as involved with a once Catholic institution. I have had enough.
May justice is done.
(Green text indicates sarcasm or the voice of the liar, as is the form around here. Gotta make that clear. Sigh.)
So a friend in Riverville turned me on to a Metaphysics class that I could listen to, and good grief are you people in trouble now! Metaphysics is kind of trippy-wippy as it is, in extremely simple terms, the study of “being”, and not for everyone to be sure. But, amongst all of the tall, dense weeds that one must wade through, glorious clearings open up, and there are truths therein that every single human being can use in day to day life to be… wiser. And we LUUUURV wisdom, because Proverbs 1:7 tells us, “The Fear of the Lord is the beginning of Wisdom. Fools despise Wisdom and instruction.”
I have listened to three hours of lecture so far covering exactly eight paragraphs of text, and have half-a-dozen essay topics already, all of which illuminate what exactly it is that is going on in these dark days, both in the secular realm and in the Church.
The first: So… what in the blue, fiery blazes is happening with this Synod on the Family thingy?
In short, the infiltrators of the Church are trying to accomplish nothing less than the total destruction of the Church. They subscribe to the satanic heresy of MODERNISM, which is, quite possibly, the worst heresy ever. Pope St. Pius X called Modernism “the synthesis of all heresies”, meaning all heresies combined. Think of Modernism as the Super Wal-Mart of heresies. EVERYTHING is in there. And here’s where the metaphysics comes in.