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Breaking News PEDO Director Roman Polanski Facing New Extradition

Oscar-Winning Director Roman Polanski Facing a New Extradition Fight Over Historic Child Rape Charges in the US

  • Roman Polanski was accused of raping a 13-year-old girl in 1977
  • The director was accused of plying the victim with champagne and sleeping pills before raping and sodomizing her at Jack Nicholson's home
  • He always claimed sex was consensual and they were 'making love'
  • Polanski pleaded guilty to unlawful sex with a minor but fled the country
  • A Polish court denied a US extradition request for him last October
  • Victim Samantha Geiber 52, said she was 'very pleased' with decision to block his extradition last year
  • Now new justice minister is calling for Supreme Court to annul the ruling
Daily Mail UK, 31 May 2016

Roman Polanski is facing a new extradition battle over his historic child rape charges in the US.
The Oscar-winning director pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with 13-year-old Samantha Geimer in 1978 but had fled the United States in 1978 on the eve of sentencing.

In October, a Polish judge denied a request to extradite Polanski to the US - arguing that the request had legal flaws and that the 82-year-old had already served 42 days in jail under a deal with a Los Angeles judge.
Now Poland's tough new justice minister has called on Poland's Supreme Court to annul the ruling.

Poland's justice minister on Tuesday revived an effort to have Roman Polanski (pictured earlier this month in Poland) extradited to the US, where he is wanted in a nearly 40-year-old case involving sex with a minor

Zbigniew Ziobro, who also became Poland's chief prosecutor after the country's new, staunchly conservative government merged the two posts, argues that it was the director's celebrity status in Poland, where he grew up, that had prevented him from being extradited in the past.

'I've decided to file an appeal in the Supreme Court against the ruling ... in which the ... court decided not to extradite Mr Polanski to the US in a situation when he's accused of and wanted for ... a rape of a child,' Ziobro told Poland's state radio.

'If he was just a regular guy, a teacher, doctor, plumber, decorator, then I'm sure he'd have been deported from any country to the US a long time ago,' he said.

Polanski's lawyer Jan Olszewski told Polish broadcaster TVN24 said that given Ziobro's previous comments, his decision was 'not surprising.'
'I guarantee that if there were no factual arguments on our side, Polanski's (celebrity) status itself would not protect him from extradition.'

Now Poland's tough new justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro (pictured) has called on Poland's Supreme Court to annul the ruling

Ziobro had backed Polanski's extradition at the hearing last October, saying: 'Pedophilia is an evil that must be pursued. We can't shield anyone from taking responsibility for an act as despicable as abusing a minor.'

The Krakow court's decision was at odds with a Polish-U.S. extradition agreement, Ziobro's office argued in a statement.
It said that, 'according to the extradition agreement, the defendant should be handed over to the United States.'

The director pleaded guilty in 1977 to one count of statutory rape for having sex with a 13-year-old girl during a photo shoot while at Jack Nicholson's house in Los Angeles.

Victim Samantha Geimer revealed that Polanski first plied her with champagne, and sleeping pills before raping and sodomizing her at Jack Nicholson's home.

Samantha says she first met Polanski, then 43, early in 1977, a month before the rape. A mutual friend had approached her mother, Susan, about Polanski photographing her daughter for French Vogue. (The magazine later denied making any such commission.)

Describing the sexual assault, she said that he had begun taking pictures of her before persuading her to strip and get in the Jacuzzi in just her panties and giving her a Quaalude.

'He puts his camera down and says he’s getting in,' she writes. 'He’s getting in. I’m fine with taking off my top...But this? No,' she wrote in her book The Girl.

'I want out. Now,' she recalls. 'How f*****g stupid could I be? It’s a hard thought to hold on to. The water is hot, and the steam is rising into the night. I knew this wasn’t right.'
'This man had a reputation as a great lover. The problem is, he was not my great lover. I could have been any girl, as long as I was female and as long as I was young.

Samantha Geimer who was assaulted by Roman Polanski in 1977 after a photo session when she was just 13, was 'very pleased' with the Polish court's decision last year to deny the extradition request

Victim: Polanski asked Samantha to join him at Jack Nicholson's house for a French Vogue photo shoot

'He holds my arms at my sides and kisses me,' she claims. 'And I say, "No, come on", but between the pill and the champagne it’s like my own voice is very far away.'

She said at that moment she had feigned an asthma attack, and told Polanski she needed to go home. Instead, he guided her by her shoulders into a bedroom.
She was so intoxicated by the alcohol and the Quaalude, Polanski didn’t even need to use force, she recalls.

She knows she told him to stop at least twice but, as she acknowledges, Hollywood names such as Polanski ‘get used to no one saying no’.

He performed oral sex on her, raped her and then, after discovering she was not on the Pill, sodomized her, she claims.

'And that’s when I check out. I go far, far away. There is a sense of complete and utter emptiness.'

She recalls getting dressed and going out to the car to go home while Polanski stopped to chat with Anjelica Houston who was dating Jack Nicholson at the time.

Tears streamed down Samantha’s face as Polanski drove her home. He has always denied their encounter was anything but consensual, claiming in his autobiography they had been ‘making love’.

Out now: The Girl: A Life in the Shadow of Roman Polanski book cover

Polanski was later brazenly told writer Martin Amis in an interview that ‘everyone wants to f*** young girls’.

And in his autobiography, he gleefully admitted seducing teenage girls at a nearby finishing school as he recuperated in the Alps from his second wife’s murder.

When Geimer returned home, her parents discovered topless photographs the director had taken of their daughter during a ‘test-shoot’ and, eventually, called the police.

Anxious to spare her a trial, her lawyer arranged a deal allowing Polanski to admit the lesser charge of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.
He spent 42 days in state prison for a psychiatric examination, but his lawyers say they then learned that Laurence Rittenband, the case judge, intended to renege on their agreement not to give Polanski any more jail time. Terrified he could be imprisoned for decades, the director took a one-way flight to London and then on to Paris. He has not returned to America since.

Polanski’s movements are restricted by an Interpol warrant in effect in 188 countries, but he is avoiding extradition by remaining only in France, Poland and Switzerland.

The United States filed the extradition request in January 2015.
US officials have regularly pressed for his extradition, to no avail, and tried to have him arrested when he travelled to Warsaw for the opening of a Jewish museum in October 2014.

In 2009, he was arrested in Zurich on a U.S. warrant and placed under house arrest. He was freed in 2010 after Swiss authorities decided not to extradite him.

Polanski has said he doubts the extradition application will be granted but he will comply with the legal proceedings.
He testified for a marathon nine hours at the first closed-door hearing on February 25.

His lawyers argued that U.S. judges and prosecutors in the case violated legal procedures, broke the plea bargain in 1977, denied Polanski the right to proper defense and appeared biased.

In November, Polish prosecutors argued there were no legal grounds for the extradition to go ahead, despite a statute of limitations on child sex crimes under Polish law.

Geimer has made clear she believes Polanski's long exile has been punishment enough.
She said she had been 'very pleased' with the decision last year not to extradite the director.

'I believe they did the right thing and made the right decision given all the facts,' Geimer said. 'Since I'm well aware of how long this has been going on, I'm very pleased and happy.'

Geimer said the media attention during four-decade long saga has caused trouble for her and her family.

'Everyone wants to use the most sensational words they can,' she said. 'It's unpleasant to be talked about in those terms.'
She also said she hopes Polanski's family can have a bit of closure after 40 years.

'I'm sure he's a nice man and I know he has a family and I think he deserves closure and to be allowed to put this behind him,' she said. 'He said he did it, he pled guilty, he went to jail. I don't know what people want from him.'

She added that she had recovered from the incident 'a long time ago' and even felt a 'kinship' with Polanksi 'having been through this.'
'He has apologized to me, he has treated me kindly and with respect, and I'm unaware that he's ever done anything untoward to anyone else.'
Ziobro, a member of the ruling, conservative Law and Justice party, is hoping to overturn that ruling and push ahead with the US extradition.

If successful, Polanski, could face a lengthy prison sentence in an American jail.

Jan Olszewski, Polanski's lawyer in Krakow, where the filmmaker has an apartment, told The Associated Press he had contacted the director about Ziobro's decision, which 'we had been expecting.'

'The court's verdict stands and Mr. Polanski is a free man,' he said. 'But I cannot exclude that this situation will affect his decisions as to visiting Poland.'

Paris-born Polanski, 83, has Polish and French citizenship. He lives in Paris but often visits Poland, where he is popular and is preparing to make a film.

Polanski won an Academy Award for best director for his 2002 film 'The Pianist,' which he filmed in Warsaw, and was nominated for his 1970s movies 'Chinatown' and 'Tess.'
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