San Jose P.D. Cop Accused Of Rape Is On Suicide Watch

San Jose police officer Geoffrey Graves looks toward his lawyer, Darlene Bagley Comstedt, during his preliminary hearing at the Santa Clara County Hall of

When the woman said she didn’t want to stay home after arguing with her husband, the policeman took her to a hotel.

He waited in the parking lot until a second policeman left on another call. Then, according to an allegation, patrolman Geoffrey Graves returned to the room, where he shed parts of his uniform but left on his bulletproof vest — and raped her.

The actual incident supposedly took place in September 2013, and he was arrested in March of 2014.

On Friday, his hands were tied to a chain around his waist, and the San Jose police officer accused of rape appeared in court clad in full jail garb for the first time since his arrest more than 11 months ago, including a yellow and red uniform marking him as a maximum-security inmate on suicide watch.

Jail officials refused to comment Friday on whether they have Graves on a suicide watch, according to San Jose Mercury News.

However, under the jail’s classification system, inmates who need to be checked on regularly to make sure they don’t kill themselves are clad in yellow shirts, as Graves was wearing in court.

Officer Geoffrey Graves’ came to court for his preliminary hearing on Monday, March 9th in a white, cuff-linked shirt and black slacks.

At the time, he faced three felony charges that could put him in prison for about 13 years: the alleged Sept. 22 rape of a woman he met on a disturbance call and two counts of domestic violence against an ex-girlfriend, who works for San Jose police as a dispatcher.

After both witnesses testified, prosecutor Carlos Vega moved Wednesday to charge Graves with new no-bail crimes that could put him in prison for life, and he was taken into custody in tears. He remains on paid administrative leave.

(Updated post)

OK, Fine’s List Of Right-Wing Media Outlets

rush-limbaugh-793679Does anyone remember reading or seeing on the television prior to the election that ISIS was coming across our borders in order to spread Ebola?  And then, after the election in November, that story disappeared? Hmm….ever wonder where those stories originated?

Here is a list of right-wing media outlets to the best of OK, Fine’s knowledge.

Television:  Fox News, The Sarah Palin Channel

Radio:  Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, Glenn Beck,  Fox Radio (Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly etc.), Adam Carrolla, Mark Levin, Newsmax Radio, Michael Savage, Bryan Fischer, Steve Solomon, etc.

Print media/internet: The Washington Times, Newsmax, The Drudge Report, Breitbart, World Net Daily (WND), The Weekly Standard, The Daily Caller, The Examiner (,  etc.

If you are getting your news from these sources, be aware that the sources are right-wing media outlets with their own agenda.  Double and triple check your information with other sources to make sure that the information is factual.

This site will be periodically updated as new sources arise.

Southern Poverty Law Center Takes Dr. Ben Carson Off ‘Extremist Watch List,’ Apologizes

The Southern Poverty Law Center removed Dr. Ben Carson, M.D., from its “extremist watch list” and apologized to the potential GOP presidential candidate.

Carson was originally put on the list because of what the SPLC called his “anti-LGBT” views, according to Mediaite.

The list includes notorious neo-Nazis and white supremacists.

“This week, as we’ve come under intense criticism for doing so, we’ve reviewed our profile and have concluded that it did not meet our standards, so we have taken it down and apologize to Dr. Carson for having posted it,” the SPLC wrote in a statement.

The statement still stated that the SPLC still believes Carson has “made a number of statements that express views that we believe most people would conclude are extreme.”

Talk Show Host Defends Torture: ‘No 9/11, No Rectal Rehydration’

Talk show host Bryan Fischer defends torture, saying “No 9/11, no Gitmo.  No 9/11, no rectal rehydration.”

Video by Right Wing Watch.