"Doctor Rockers" hosted by Dr Brockus Grant and Dr. Dean Dell* doesn't hide from the cause and effect of what Dr Dean says are 'a very small few who are sensitive to these unseen waves' stating that according to recent literature (and a new book printed by Parasol Press) some folks might have sensitive auras and mystic vibration fields that leave them open to what he calls 'The Emanations".
Dr. Dean Dell says his parting with the Emmy award winning "Is There a Doctor in the House ?" had nothing to do with his controversial stance on quarantining children whose parents refuse to immunize them in "camps"
Dr Dean Dell explains that his parting with the network pertained only to contract disputes .
*Dr.Dean Dell came to prominence defending a film director* and several movie producers allegedly involved in a pedophilia ring
2014-A man who has accused "Facetaker" and "UNCLE"*director Drew Decker of sexually abusing him when he was a teen has sued three more entertainment industry figures on Monday claiming they also molested him.The allegations in the latest lawsuits filed by ******* are substantially similar to the action against Decker .
Monday's lawsuits were filed in federal court against Fox television executive ***** , theatre producer ****** and ******* a television executive with *sney. *** and **
***** could not be reached for comment. Phone numbers associated with him have been disconnected, and he did not immediately respond to a message sent through the social networking site LinkedIn.
The lawsuits were filed in Hawaii under a law that temporarily suspends the statute of limitations in civil sex abuse cases.
Decker's attorney calls the allegations defamatory. He has said the director was not in LA when the actor was abused decades ago.
None of the men have been criminally charged and the statute of limitations for any such charges has passed.
****** the founding programmer at the Fox network, later going on to create programming for The WB, and was a top executive at NBC Entertainment.
****** appeared at a press conference on Monday alongside his mother, who tearfully described her efforts to report alleged abuses to the FBI in 1999 and 2000.
******** wrote several letters to FBI agents in Los Angeles and Washington, DC, urging them to take action. She questioned why those letters and information her son provided in interviews with an agent did not result in criminal charges.
The FBI has said it could not discuss specifically what **** told them ,
the agency denied
last week that it had ignored any information about ******
******* denied her son's lawsuits were motivated by anything other than holding the defendants accountable.
******* spent several years masking his pain by drinking. He stopped drinking within the past year, entered therapy and sought out a lawyer who would pursue a case.
The AP does not typically name victims of sex abuse but is naming **** because
publicly about his allegations.
****** 's attorney, said he had spent six months investigating before filing the lawsuits but acknowledged he didn't have all the investigative files or *****
records that show the director wasn't in LA during the time frame
***** claims he was
lured into "a ring"run by a former digital entertainment company executive, ******** , with promises of auditions for acting, modelling and commercial jobs. He was put on the company's payroll as an actor and forced to have sex with adult men at parties within Hollywood's entertainment industry, the lawsuit said.
in 2004 of
transporting minor across state lines to have sex.*
UNCLE is a 1998 American thriller directed by Drew Decker and starring Thad Jenko and Owen Slotkin. It is based on the 1982 novel 'Time of the Season" by Indis O ' Say. UNCLE takes place in the early 1980's in Southern California where a high school student named Nate Wood (Jenko) discovers a fugitive Nazi war criminal Karl Dorfman (Slotkin) living in his neighborhood . Wood , obsessed with Nazism and acts of the Holocaust, persuades Dorfman to share his stories with him or Nate will turn the war criminal over to the authorities
"UNCLE" according to Decker was "a study in cruelty" with Nazism only serving as a vehicle for the capacity of evil.
During the $14 million production, a lawsuit was filed by several extras who alleged that they were told to strip naked during a shower scene, but the lawsuit was determined to be without merit. The film was released in the United States and Canada in October 1998 to mixed reviews and made less than half it's budget.
An urban legend concerning the film began to surface sometime in 2003 that the film was only shot to see what type of actor would agree to play Nate Wood. And what type of director would choose to film "Time of the Season"