Authors Respectable Lawyer
The Sentinelese are often described as “uncontacted,” but this not strictly true. They had a very significant contact in 1880 with Commander Portman.
Portman, the black sheep third son of some minor noble, was assigned by the English Royal Navy to administer and pacify the Andaman Islands, a job he pursued from 1880-1900 with the full measure of his own perversity.
Portman was erotically obsessed with the Andamanese, and he indulged his passion for photography by kidnapping members of various tribes and posing them in mock-Greek homoerotic compositions.
During his 20 years in a sexualized heart of darkness, Portman measured and cataloged every inch of his prisoner’s bodies, with an obsessive focus on genitals.
JOURNALISTS: Let me help you debunk the lies in the @mattgaetz floor speech about a \u201cfacial recognition company\u201d discovering antifa agitators. It all comes from a fake news article from the notorious Washington Times. I will break it all down for you\u2026https://t.co/alc73605Nm— Respectable Lawyer (@RespectableLaw) January 7, 2021
This morning, Buzzfeed interviewed XRVision, the facial recognition company mentioned in the Washington Times article who supposedly identified antifa at the capitol. They’re mad, because as I discussed yesterday, they actually identified neo-nazis.
And now there are attorneys issuing a demand for correction and apology, which is the first step in a defamation lawsuit.
But the Washington Times didn’t issue a correction or apology. Instead, this morning it first tried to change the headline from “antifa” to “extremists.”
So @WashTimes quietly changed the headline of its false & viral story (with no correction) after XRVision, the facial recognition firm, said it had actually identified neo-nazis \u2014 not antifa \u2014 storming the Capitol. https://t.co/5bCRshgoB1 pic.twitter.com/Z0a5ZQ3Chk— Jesselyn Cook (@JessReports) January 7, 2021
By noon, the Washington Times just deleted the article.