Steve Wynn accused of rape


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/02/27/steve-wynn-accused-of-rape.html


#2

Hey—it was the 70s, man. How could Wynn possibly be expected to know that rich white men might somehow be held to account for their horrible actions?


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Surely the vigorous activity made his face fall off.


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I’m not goy, but still, no.


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Auf wiedersehen, Mein Herr.


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“Ouster” is not a suitable punishment for rape.


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Meanwhile the head of MGM resorts (which runs Aria, the Bellagio, and Mandalay Bay) endorsed Clinton:

I know where I’ll be player poker next time I’m in Vegas.


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That does seem to be the exact “defense” being offered by so many of these assholes, isn’t it?


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That’s very interesting. MGM just opened a casino in Md. just down the river from the White House. Look for the lit ferris wheel. Guessing it will be blue from now on.


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IIRC it’s a pain in the ass to get to from DC w/o a car or expensive Uber. Just Metro to DCA then fly to LAS :wink:


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Is Steve Wynn fronting for the Genovese crime family? Not necessarily, but maybe: here’s what the court had to say in WYNN v. SMITH (2001):

Smith provided Stuart and Barricade a manuscript accompanied by his own investigatory documents, including the Scotland Yard Report. The language in the report to which the advertisement referred was that:

The strong inference which can be drawn from the new intelligence is that Stephen WYNN, the President of GNI [Golden Nugget Incorporated], has been operating under the aegis of the Genovese family since he first went to Las Vegas in the 1960’s to become a stockholder in the New Frontier Casino.

It must be said that some of the data supporting this view, taken on its own, is not conclusive. However, the connections are so numerous and significant that it would be impossible to accept coincidence as a reasonable explanation.

Once more, with feeling:

“[T]he [Genovese crime family] connections are so numerous and significant that it would be impossible to accept coincidence as a reasonable explanation”


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