Friday, July 31, 2009

'Uncle' Ed Muscare is back on YouTube ... but Midtown Miscreant didn't miss him

Posted By on Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 10:23 AM

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"Uncle" Ed Muscare isn't getting any sympathy  from Midtown Miscreant.

In his latest post, double M rips the former children's show host and registered sex offender, who has returned to YouTube after at least a month-long hiatus. Seems the authorities in South Carolina didn't care for "Uncle" Ed's bizarre videos and confiscated his computer. This is from the LiveJournal of a guy who claims to be Muscare's biographer.

Here are a few snippets supposedly from "Uncle" Ed on his original offense and his most recent run-in with the law:

Back in 1986, when I was attending a birthday party in Orlando, Florida, I had fondled a 14 year-old family member. I was caught and arrested. I was sentenced to 18 months in prison and 10 years probation. ...



Now, here, in Orangeburg, South Carolina, 23 years later, 5 law enforment (sic) officers are in my house going thru my computer.
...


After scrolling thru (sic) thousands of photos and videos

on my computer, the agents were satisfied that there were no

pornographic images.
...

I sat there dazed. Then I got angry. Not at the

officers who invaded my house and took my property. No. I was angry at

the lawmakers imposing penalties and restrictions on ALL sex offenders

regardless of their offense.

A snip from the Miscreant:
Ed is your

typical sex offender, the victimizer who sees himself as victim. He has

that twisted logic that says "Hey, I only got caught once" "I just

fondled a 14 year old relative at a birthday party full of kids" That's

what makes adults who prey on children so dangerous, they lack the

ability to accept accountability, even when they admit the crime they

down play it, or flip it back on the victim.

And let us never forget this.

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