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The Story Too Good to Be True

Posted on | May 27, 2013 | 66 Comments

Kaitlyn Hunt’s family says she’s a victim of homophobia.

There is something . . . hinky about the “Free Kate” narrative. Becca Lower pointed out that teen lesbian/civil rights martyr Kaitlyn Hunt is, according to her own mother, a rather recent convert to the sapphic persuasion. Kelley Hunt Smith said her daughter had “always dated boys” until beginning her affair with the 14-year-old girl.


So, if we can believe a word Kaitlyn’s mom says (a necessary caveat, as she has been caught in multiple lies already) precious Kate was a happy, popular heterosexual until her senior year in high school, when she met this irresistibly hot freshman girl and — boom! —  Instant Lesbian.

This doesn’t make sense. It never made sense, and the real question was, what was being hidden by this Story Too Good to Be True?

R.J. Reidhead has some dark suspicions — dark enough, in fact, to compel her to take desperate measures:

There is absolutely NOTHING I dislike more than having to agree with R. S. McCain, but this is one of those rare times.  . . .
Do you know how much I dislike having to do this? I detest agreeing with R. S. McCain, but he is 100% on this one.  If Hunt were not so attractive, she would be ignored. She’s the face of the modern day lesbian, or so her defense is telling us, never mind that she has some serious issues. Never mind that what she has done has nothing to do with her being gay, and everything to do with the fact that she broke the law. . . .

And then she gets to the really scary part:

The Pink Flamingo will be willing to bet my toy poodle on the fact that Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt was molested as a child. . . .
You will rarely find a pedophile on record who has not been molested. . . .

Boom. There it is.

S.J. goes on to cite research about youthful sex offenders who “may be at higher risk for committing repeat offenses.” Think about that.

This is a great leap of conjecture that takes us far beyond where available evidence supports anything other than mere suspicion, however.

Certainly, I never would have said this myself — speculation is dangerous —  but it was a possibility that must have been in the back of the mind of everyone familiar with deviant psychology who considered the actual facts of the case, as opposed to the Myth of St. Kate that her supporters have crafted on behalf of this accused juvenile sex offender.

Leaving aside entirely the homosexual nature of the offense, what kind of 18-year-old high school senior arranges a rendezvous in a school toilet stall with a 14-year-old freshman?

“The first time occurred in the bathroom of the W wing at Sebastian High School. [The 14-year-old] stated that they sent text messages to each other to meet in the bathroom. [The 14-year-old] and Kaitlyn went into a bathroom stall and started kissing. Kaitlyn then took [the 14-yea-old’s] pants off and put her finger inside of [the 14-year-old’s] vagina.”

What kind of 18-year-old persists in such a sexual pursuit even after being twice warned by the younger girl’s parents to leave her alone? What kind of 18-year-old is so heedless of the legal risks?

You don’t need a Ph.D. in psychology to say that this kind of defiant, risk-taking, sexually aggressive personality is sociopathic.

Let the diagnostic experts have their say, and let the legal experts debate the law. Me, I’m just a journalist, willing to go wherever the facts lead, and certain at this point of exactly two things:

  1. We don’t have all the facts yet;
  2. The Hunt family has been lying about this story from the start.

Gee, I wonder where Kaitlyn gets her anti-social traits? But that’s mere speculation, and then there is what can only be called gossip.

There is a Tumblr blog that has posted a video which purportedly shows Kaitlyn Hunt in a fight on the beach. The person posting this video claims to be a senior at Sebastian High School, and shares some unpleasant gossip about St. Kate:

I can tell you that the way the media is portraying her is far from reality. I have never even made contact with her before, but from personal experience I can say that she is not a good person and is not ‘innocent’. She is known as a whore throughout the school, constantly starts high school drama, gets in school suspensions, and is overall not well liked at all. No, I don’t have a grudge against her, I’ve never even made contact with her. It’s just that my whole school knows she’s not a good person and don’t think it’s fair the media is portraying this otherwise. Hopefully this video further proves she is not the girl everyone thinks she is.
If you don’t believe the video is real, google the Indian River County Sheriff’s website, find her under the inmate search, and see where it lists tattoos. It says she has a bird tattoo on her right, as does Kaitlyn in the video.

Tattoos? That’s interesting, because Kaitlyn’s father, Steven R. Hunt Jr., also has multiple tattoos listed on his own 2012 arrest record.


Just your typical all-American tattooed criminal family.

S.J. Reidhead has some thoughts on Evil 101. And perhaps those who want to think of Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt as a victim will consider the possibility there are things more evil than “homophobia.”




66 Responses to “The Story Too Good to Be True”

  1. Bob Belvedere
    May 28th, 2013 @ 7:58 am

    …and, sadly, not a rare case in Ameritopia.

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  3. richard mcenroe
    May 28th, 2013 @ 9:38 am

    From what I’ve seen, he’s the only champion the actual victim has, outside the parents and the law.

  4. Patrick Carroll
    May 28th, 2013 @ 10:52 am

    She looks manic, the poor thing.

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  6. Alessandra
    May 29th, 2013 @ 8:34 am

    Sorry but the sexual abuse conjecture seems complete crazy, ignorant nonsense.

    here is the most probably explanation: Kaitlyn is immersed in a destructive, perverted liberal sexuality culture that conditions teens to be sexually perverse towards boys and girls and call it normal, especially regarding homosexuality, and there, boom, she decides to rape a girl for kicks – because she feels a sudden urge to. She just can’t help being a perverted lesbian going around raping girls. Born this way – after her 18th birthday that is. Who knows how much lesbian porn Kaitlyn, the pig, has consumed by now to make her think sexually degrading and raping girls is normal. She watches it, she gets aroused, she becomes more and more perverted over time, she wants to act it out…

    Or how many deformed LGBT entertainers has she watched on TV saying they and their attitudes and behaviors about sex are all normal? Or how many adults have told her that sexual exploitation/rape is sexual experimentation? Virginia monologues, Lady Gaga, the deformed Ellen, porn, that’s the trash she has as models for “normality”…

  7. Alessandra
    May 29th, 2013 @ 8:39 am

    Sorry, but all humans going through adolescense have active hormones – humans are all “hormone-driven.” You can’t go through adolescence without hormones acting inside your body. And given that billions of people go through adolescence with the same hormones as everyone else (including Kate) and do NOT rape children or sexually exploit them – it is ridiculous to blame Kate’s behavior on hormones – “raging” or not.

    She has a sexually pervert psychology and ideology, thanks to the environment around her, which apparently is the only thing she has ever known.

    Has nothing to do with “hormones.”

  8. Alessandra
    May 29th, 2013 @ 8:44 am

    Was Kaitlyn’s mother 12 by any chance when she got pregnant?

  9. Alessandra
    May 29th, 2013 @ 8:46 am

    I have a feeling the more people dig up info about this Kaitlyn and her family, the more the dirt will accumulate.

    Looking forward…

  10. Chris
    May 29th, 2013 @ 4:03 pm

    I am a life long family friend and what this article is saying about the Hunt family could not be furthuer from the true. Yes they have a past but so does 90% of Americans! But they are all truly all good people! Just my .02

  11. socon
    May 29th, 2013 @ 4:58 pm

    Who taught Kaitlyn to be a predator?

  12. socon
    May 29th, 2013 @ 4:59 pm

    Sorry, no felony arrests in my family.

  13. Codewizard
    May 30th, 2013 @ 1:15 am

    Homophobia is a made up “disease.” it’s the “gays” way of calling people racists. The assumption that “gay” is equivalent to race; which it’s not.

    Just more of the same ol’ liberal BS. They can’t defend their ideas, so they stifle those that disagree.

    Liberals, can’t even live up to their own ideals, and NO ONE calls them on it.

  14. Lee Reynolds
    May 30th, 2013 @ 4:10 am

    When I was younger we had a term for situations where seniors and freshmen dated. We called it High School.

    How things have changed.

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