The figure came from the initial news article.
From four days previous to the article above... inappropriate touching.
Another source. Accuser is seven.
The original article states that the reason given for the abnormally high bond is that he "was in a position of trust at the time." It's $500,000 per alleged "inappropriate touch", it seems.
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The second link calls him a Karate instructor who teaches at Tupelo Taekwondo Plus. I realize that most people neither know nor care that there's a difference, but man does that irk me.
Originally Posted by wetware
At any rate, it's minor issue compared to what he's accused of.
From the article :
Man, what kind of molehill is getting turned into molestation?
This very small molehill has been blown way out of proportion and has become a mountain of insurmountable proportions. I'm very eager to clear my name
I do like to bullshit but I'm afraid I'm not this time.
Originally Posted by Mr. Machette
Not that it matters, but he holds dan ranking in karate and taekwondo.
Originally Posted by huge
James E. Dutschke worked for my older brother in the insurance business for a few years. In those years (2006-2009) he violated rules of conduct, visited my telemarketing office, spoke with various telemarketers (which no agent had EVER done before) & began stalking me on and offline. From a waitress at Applebee's in Tupelo to a 17 year old former martial arts student in South Carolina (Alex H) this man slandered & trashed my name to countless people. I eventually called him on the phone & asked him to meet me outside the taekwondo plus building in Tupelo. he became nervous, began to stutter on the phone and hung up on me. I simply asked for a "meeting". He took it as "threatening" turned around & emailed me cursing me calling me all kinds of childish names. I went to an attorney about this man & his years of trolling/stalking but was told I had to have "PROOF". So, I set up a trap online. Only a person(s) who had an evil hidden agenda would take the bait and James Everett Dutschke took the bait within 24 hours. He immediately began to slander me and make up all kinds of lies (thinking I was a tall slender blue eyed blond attorney working in Alabama) He even went as far as to call ever attorney in the phone book with the name I used...I had MORE than enough PROOF to bust him so back to the attorney I went. My attorney called a meeting with Mr. Dutschke & guess what? I Never heard from this man again. It was a few months later that he sent me an email saying "Check out the "Robo Drum" with "Dusty"! LOL I almost fell out of my seat when I saw he was promoting himself as a "National touring blues act" ..making his own guitars...using an electric "Boss" beat box (what blues band would EVER do this)? and was on the charts, selling out CD's in walmarts all over the world..OMG...the list goes on and on and on. While it is true Mr. Dutschke is highly intelligent (so was/is Charles Manson) he has chosen to use his skills and talents for evil purposes. (my opinion) I'm so thankful I live in a country where I can state my own opinion on forums like this one as I am only here to educate & inform. I will never break any of the rules and/or violate codes of conduct on this forum = RESPECT. I am open to communicate with anyone who may have info on this individual James E. Dutschke. It will be interesting to see how the trials unfold & I plan to offer myself as a rebuttal witness (after the fact) as I saved all his emails, recorded telephone call & my meeting with him at Barnhills in Tupelo where I confronted him challenging him to interview me and/or print a story I had for his so-called newspaper he claimed to be Owner/publisher....so..let's re-count...He sells insurance (worked for my brother) TRUE....He taught taekwondo in tupelo..TRUE...He published a free newspaper....(Not verified)....He ran for district 16 in the Republican Party in Tupelo...TRUE..LOST...........he is a blues musician who travels the world and has sold all his cd's for $7.99......NOT VERIFIED.......and now...He is arrested on "2" counts of CHILD MOLESTATION...((((TRUE)))) I wonder how "MENSA" High IQ board will handle having a person like this on their team??? Time will tell. I spoke to my wife & mother of my 4 children last night..she said he would ask her questions about me at work and the last time she saw him, he asked "What was it like being married to Kevin"? Why would a man relocated from Carolina, get a job with my brother, be placed in my ex wife's unit (she was manager) and began asking personal questions & trolling everything I have online daily? (Yes..I have/had a TRACKER on all my websites which told me who and how many times a person visited my page (mama didn't raise no fool) lol Glad to be a part of this forum & again..Not here to cause waves or stir the pot..just simply to inform, educated, become more educated myself & share with others of interest. God bless. This is KC & I approve this message. TCB
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi man whose home and business were searched as part of an investigation into poisoned letters sent to the president and others has been arrested in the case, according to the FBI.
Everett Dutschke, 41, was arrested about 12:50 a.m. Saturday at his Tupelo home by FBI special agents in connection with the letters, FBI spokeswoman Deborah Madden said. The letters, which tests showed were tainted with ricin, were sent last week to President Barack Obama, Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi and earlier to an 80-year-old Mississippi judge, Sadie Holland.
Madden said FBI special agents arrested Dutschke (pronounced DUHS'-kee) without incident.
Dutschke's attorney, Lori Nail Basham, said Saturday in a text message that "the authorities have confirmed Mr. Dutschke's arrest. We have no comment at this time." Basham also said via text that she didn't know what the charges against Dutschke were.
Basham said earlier this week that Dutschke was "cooperating fully" with investigators. Dutschke has insisted he had nothing to do with the letters.
Charges in the case were initially filed against an Elvis impersonator but then dropped. Attention then turned to Dutschke, who has ties to the former suspect, the judge and the senator. Earlier in the week, as investigators searched his primary residence in Tupelo, Dutschke had remarked to reporters, "I don't know how much more of this I can take."
Already accused of child molestation, the man sends Ricin laced letters to the president? Obviously all the spark plugs are not firing here..
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