S?bado, 05 de abril de 2008
He aqui las útimas noticias relacionadas al caso de los tres salvadoreños envueltos en el caso de acoso sexual contra dos adolescentes en el crucero noruego Down (Alba).

De acuerdo a la noticia de Virgin Island News al parecer Andrew Parker Wein ha sido sobreseido de los cargos de asalto sexual, el magistrado Geoffrey Barnard ha pedido un tiempo adicional para investigar la participación de Andrew Parker Wein en el caso de asalto sexual.

Today, they will ask Barnard to order that Wein remain in custody as a material witness, or set a cash bail and confiscate his passport, until lawyers can take a deposition from the law student


El juez Geoffrey Barnard ha pedido que el hijo de parker se mantenga en custodia como testigo material de los hechos, recibio la fianza pero le confiscó el  pasaporte. Por lo cual Wein se mantendra en la Isla mienras el caso se desarrolla.

Of the Salvadoran defendants, only Wein was not accused of sexually touching the girl on the cruise ship. That is the only reason he is no longer in the same legal predicament as his friends, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Nelson Jones, chief of the criminal division.

De Acuerdo a la nota de los tres salvadoreños el unico que no ha sido acusado de tocar a la adolescente es el hijo de Parker.

The motion to dismiss was granted without prejudice, meaning the case against Wein can be refiled if investigators turn up more information implicating the son of Rodolfo Antonio Parker Soto, leader of El Salvador's Christian Democratic Party.

Esto significa que se han pedido mas pruebas para comprobar que estuvo involucrado o no. Si a traves de la investigación  aparece nueva información en contra del hijo de Rodolfo Parker, la acusación se renueva.

Los cargos en contra de los otros dos salvadoreños  se mantiene.

En otras palabras han hecho malavares para que al hijo de Parker lo eximan de los cargos de acoso sexual, el cipote, estaba en compañia de los que atacaron a los dos adolescentes, oh, oh, no toco, solo estuvo de "mirón", en la escena. Una cabina de uno de los acusados. Que modalidades eh, ahora otros disparan mientras unos miran que otros lo hacen. Yo no fuí, fue el otro, yo pasaba casualmente por el lugar observando lo que sucedia, mientras tanto me divertia solamente. Hay gente que le gusta mucho "ver" la "pornografia infantil"

Tatú: papi papi, sacame de la Isla! 

Jefe: alla voy hijo meyo, con la canastada de pisto que he "ganado" en la loteria de la política. Estamos en elecciones y me vas a joder la imagen mono pendejo!

Pendejos: Ay que juez tan resentido social, no lo dejo regresar a la tierra natal, es tan inocente el muchacho, que no mata ni una mosca.

Jefe: La bromita me costó 100 mil dólares que tenía guardada para mi jubilación, hoy si que me propongo como candidato para la presidencia para recuperar ese dinero. Puta, y como me quito este gargajo de la cara?

Juez: Joder, ahora si que se armó la burundanga, me han llamado desde el USA como "100 mil veces"  para que mejore la  presentación  de la "película" .

Tony Saca: Y eso no es nada a mi no me recibieron bien en San Francisco.


He aqui la noticia en Ingles.

Charges dropped against one suspect in cruise ship sex assault

By JOSEPH TSIDULKO
Thursday, April 3rd 2008


ST. THOMAS - At the request of federal prosecutors, a judge dropped the sexual assault case against the son of a prominent Salvadoran legislator on Wednesday, then upheld charges against the two friends who were arrested with him while passengers on a cruise ship.

The motion to dismiss charges against Andrew Parker Wein, 22, was signed by Magistrate Judge Geoffrey Barnard just before Wednesday's probable cause hearing. It reads the U.S. Attorney's Office needs "additional time to investigate Wein's participation in the ongoing matter."

Barnard ruled probable cause existed to prosecute 22-year-old Alexander Nabih Kanawati and 26-year-old Javier Miguel Westerhausen on charges of assault with intent to commit rape and simple assault.

Wein, Kanawati and Westerhausen were arrested after accusations were made to authorities that they sexually tormented a 17-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl - forcing the couple to have sex in front of them while taking pictures - soon after Norwegian Cruise Lines' Dawn left the British Virgin Islands on March 19.

The motion to dismiss was granted without prejudice, meaning the case against Wein can be refiled if investigators turn up more information implicating the son of Rodolfo Antonio Parker Soto, leader of El Salvador's Christian Democratic Party.

Despite the motion to dismiss, prosecutors are not ready to release Wein from jail.

Today, they will ask Barnard to order that Wein remain in custody as a material witness, or set a cash bail and confiscate his passport, until lawyers can take a deposition from the law student.

If he leaves the country and does not return to testify at the trial of his friends, the recorded deposition can be played for the jury in lieu of the witness.

Of the Salvadoran defendants, only Wein was not accused of sexually touching the girl on the cruise ship. That is the only reason he is no longer in the same legal predicament as his friends, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Nelson Jones, chief of the criminal division.

FBI Agent Purkey interviewed the 16-year-old girl just before noon on March 20, when the ship docked in Havensight.

According to Purkey, the girl detailed the following events:

The boy and girl met a few days earlier and a relationship blossomed.

That night, they met at the hot tub, then were on the way back to her room when they encountered the three defendants. The men offered alcohol and wanted "to party," Purkey said.

The minors followed to Kanawati's cabin. They said they were coerced into going inside.

They boy and girl sat on a bunk, while the men spread out around the room. The teens initially refused alcohol, but then drank a couple shots of tequila to appease the defendants.

The girl said she thought if she did as told, the men would be satisfied and allow her to leave.

The banter turned sexual. First the men told the couple to kiss, then to have sex with each other.

Kanawati helped undress the girl, then "assisted" the girl onto the bed.

Kanawati and Westerhausen sexually touched the girl without permission. Later, Kanawati exposed himself to the girl, asking her if she "wants a real man."

Kanawati grabbed her arm, pushed her toward the bathroom and began talking about having sex with him. The boy intervened and led the girl out of the room. He told her not to go back for a pair of sunglasses she left inside.

Defense attorneys Jesse Gessin and Judith Bourne raised questions of jurisdiction at Wednesday's hearing. Based on a conversation with the ship's captain, the Dawn was in international waters when the incident occurred, according to Purkey.

Earlier this week, Barnard ordered all three defendants - charges had not yet been dismissed against Wein - to remain in custody without the option of bail while awaiting trial.

Because the United States does not have an extradition treaty with El Salvador, Barnard found there was no set of conditions that could ensure that the defendants would return to St. Thomas for trial if they were allowed to post bail.

Representing Kanawati, Gessin filed a motion after Wednesday's hearing appealing that ruling and asking Barnard to revoke pretrial detention. Gessin told Barnard that the complex legal issues could lead to the defendants being held for months before the case goes to trial.

Gessin argued that his client, who holds both Salvadoran and U.S. citizenship, is willing to submit to electronic monitoring and other measures designed to ensure that he does not flee the territory.

- Contact Joseph Tsidulko at 774-8772 ext. 332 or e-mail [email protected]
 

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Domingo, 06 de abril de 2008 | 5:07
LO TIENEN BIEN TRABADO. COMO ES POSIBLE QUE DIGAN QUE NO HA TENIDO NADA QUE VER?? PUTA SI EL MAJE ESTABA EN LA ESCENA DEL CRIMEN SU PRESENCIA ERA DE POR SI OBJETO DE INTIMIDACION
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Domingo, 06 de abril de 2008 | 10:41
ASI DIGO YO TAMBIEN, PERO NO CANTEN VICTORIA , QUE AUN ESTA FREGADO PUESTO QUE LE HAN DECOMISADO SU PASAPORTE ES PORQUE AUN SIGUE SIENDO COMPLICE.AQUI EN SIVAR TODA LA MARA ANDA DICIENDO QUE YA ESTA AQUI PARKER , QUE EL NO TUVO NADA QUE VER !!! PERO SI ESTUVO DE "MIRON" AWEBO QUE ESTA IMPLICADO EN ESTE CASO, LO QUE PASA QUE SE CREEN LA MAMA DE TARZAN PORQUE AL SER DEL PARTIDO YA TIENEN SUS INFLUENCIAS, PUES NO MIJITO AQUI NO HAY TALES NI PEROS QUE VALGAN, A JUICIO Y PUNTO........Latigazo!
APARTE QUE YA SUS IMAGENES ESTAN MANCHADAS, QUIERASE O NO LA GENTE A SU ALREDEDOR LOS MIRARAN COMO PERSONAJES MALOS , SUCIOS , ESO CREO QUE LES VA AFECTAR MAS A QUE ESTEN EN PRISION, LA TACHA DE IMAGEN NO TE LA KITA NI EL PAGO DE miles de $$$$ , ESO NO SE PUEDE COMPRAR , ASI QUE ESTAN CAGADOS DE TODAS FORMAS.
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Domingo, 06 de abril de 2008 | 13:39
Tanto que jodieron los pescados para que no se publicara la noticia y la babosada salio en otros medios ahora estan preocupados! y Que pasa con Parker que anda haciendo ese viejo, viajando afuera del pais y con dinero de nuestros impuestos, Y EL MUY DESCARADO TODAVIA DICE QUE SON ASUNTOS PERSONALES!! QUE LE HAGAN DESCUENTO DE SUELDO PORQUE ANDUVO AFUERA Y NO SE PRESENTO AL TRABAJO!!
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Lunes, 16 de junio de 2008 | 19:19
http://www.virginislandsdailynews.com/index.pl/article_home?id=17625445
PARKER Y MIGUEL WESTERHAUSEN LIBRESS DE TODO CARGOS!!!
FUERON ENCONTRADOS INOCENTES..
ASI QUE NO SE PUEDE MANCHAR SU IMAGEN DE NINGUNA MANERA, SI NO EXISTIERON PRUEBAS!!