Jonathan Hock, 20,host of his own Internet show and popular videos, was arrested this week in a bizarre crime where he allegedly used of web hosting site Stickam.com to live broadcasting his raping of an unconscious woman.
The alleged victim says that she was unaware of the assault until a friend told her after viewing the five minute broadcast. Hock knew the woman for only about a month. The alleged assault occurred at 5 am after the woman fell asleep after a party. Hock reportedly leaves with his mother and is seen bragging about how he could commit sexual acts on the woman without her knowledge.
Steven Fruchter, chief executive officer of Stickam.com, said that their investigation shows that his team banned the video and that it was never published on the site. It is unclear how people saw the video and then reported it to the police.
The alleged victim told police that she went onto the two sites, Stickam.com and Stickydrama.com, and found pictures of her partially undressed next to Hock.
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7 thoughts on “Internet Host Jonathan Hock Arrested in Alleged Sexual Assault Shown Live”
you are tiresome.
seek life elsewhere. please.
So where is the Video?
In a statement released on Thursday, Attorney General Eric Holder explained what President Obama’s Cairo speech means for Americans here at home:
The President’s pledge for a new beginning between the United States and the Muslim community takes root here in the Justice Department where we are committed to using criminal and civil rights laws to protect Muslim Americans. A top priority of this Justice Department is a return to robust civil rights enforcement and outreach in defending religious freedoms and other fundamental rights of all of our fellow citizens in the workplace, in the housing market, in our schools and in the voting booth.
There are those who will continue to want to divide by fear – to pit our national security against our civil liberties – but that is a false choice. We have a solemn responsibility to protect our people while we also protect our principles.
“A return to robust civil rights enforcement”–got that? Sure, we all remember the Bush era, when every day was a virtual Kristallnacht of violence against Muslims, and law enforcement stood by and did nothing.
These people are absolutely shameless.
Hey mary, you supported McCain/Palin in their failed bid for power, but I wouldn’t tar them with you.
He was/is a volunteer for Obama.
Maybe we can get a live video feed of the potential felon John Hock from prison. Now that would be enlightening.
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