Star Tribune from Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 18, 1984 · Page 7
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Transcript Continued from page IA Minneapolis Star and Trlbuna Thur., Oct 18,1984 . 7A Q. What did you do back there? A. The photographer told me to take off my clothes. Q. So did Jim? A. Yes. (The boy recounted how he and "Jim" engaged In sex acts while the photographer took pictures.) Q. What happened after that? A. Then he just took pictures of Jim and stuff and then he gave me my sale 19.99 clothes back. . . . A. Jim said . . . "How much does this stuff cost?" and the guy said. "You worked your money's worth," and he gave him a bag of pills and some dusty stuff. And I rode my bike home and made supper and went to bed I 1 i i limn i ' 1 right away. then they said, "No, it's my toy," and stuff like that (The boy said that later, in the tall of 1982, he was taken by Rud to a cemetery la Jordan for a picnic. There, be said, Rud photographed hint and a woman committing sex acts and said Rud threatened him.) Q. How did they they threaten you? A. Well, they just threatened my family's life again. Q. That they were going to kill your family? A. Or something like that . . . They threatened a little, they didn't give a real big threat, they just said that they threatened to kill someone, not my family, but someone in my family. (Some time later, the boy said, he was riding his bike In Holier Park in Jordan when a "real long car... that looked like it bad seven different seats facing back to back" pulled up.) Q. Like a limousine? A. Yes. Q. What color was it?. A. A black one. Q. Who was In the car? A. Jim and a guy. Q. Did you ever see that guy before? A. No, he looked like a professional photographer. Q. How do you know that? A. He had millions of cameras. Q. What did he look like, tell me about him. A. He was sort of tall and sort of dressed up nice and everything. Q. Suit? A. Yes. Q. Alright what happened? A. I tried to get away. Jim and that guy just ran up there and grabbed the end of my bike and held me back. Q. They did? A. Yes. Then they brought me into that sort of dump part of Holzer Park. Q. The dump area, the burning area? A. Yes. Pornography Continued from page 1A No one has been charged with child pornography in the Scott County sexual-abuse case, In which 24 adults were charged. Two people were acquitted of sexual-abuse charges in September, and on Monday Morris dropped charges against the others. Rud had pleaded guilty to child sexual-abuse charges and is awaiting sentencing. The 10-year-old boy told a Jordan police investigator that Rud forced him at gunpoint into a car at Jordan's Lagoon Park in spring of 1982 and drove him to a "bluish-gray house" in the Jordan-Shakopee area, where a ritualistic sex party was staged. "There were women that were whipping kids if they didn't do the right stuff," the boy told the investigator. The boy, who was 9 at the time, said there were 14 youngsters, and at least seven women carrying whips and "a lot of men . . . they had masks on." The youngster said there were at least two photographers present. He said there were "a couple of ladies there with unusual clothes on . . . they had real dark mascara and real dark stuff on and they had see-through clothes on." The adults led boys and girls, two at a time, into rooms where they were forced to engage in sex, the boy told the investigator. "They made us do poses and stuff like that and they took pictures of us through the door," the. boy said. The boy described a photo session as lasting half an hour and said: "There was sort of like a lady in the corner, and if we didn't do stuff, they would whip us." An investigator asked the boy, "Do you know any of the girls' names that were there?" "They just called everybody 'honey child' and 'toys,'" the boy replied. "They were crazy. They just were crazy." At the conclusion of the session, the boy said, "They gave the girl a shot and she was drowsy, and then got her dressed up and then it was just a big blackout and I woke up in the woods. In another incident, in the fall of 1982, the boy said, he was riding a bicycle in Holzer Park in Jordan when a man he called Jim and an unidentified man who "looked like a professional photographer" pulled up in a black limousine. "He had millions of cameras," the youth was quoted as telling an investigator. "Jim and that guy just ran up there and grabbed the end of my bike and held me back. They brought me into that sort of dump part of Holzer Park. The photographer told me to take off my clothes." The boy recounted how he and "Jim" engaged in sex while the photographer took pictures. "Then he just took pictures of Jim and stuff and then he gave me my clothes back. Jim said . . . how much does this stuff cost, and the guy said, 'You worked your money's worth,' and gave him a bag of pills and some dusty stuff. And I rode my bike home and made supper and went to bed right away." In another incident that fall, the boy alleged, Rud photographed him and a woman in sex acts and threatened him if he reported the episode to police. "They threatened to kill someone, not my family, but someone in my family," police quoted the boy as saying. The 13-year-old girl told Scott County investigators in July 1984 that she was paid $5 for appearing in sex movies taken by some of the former defendants in the Jordan area. The girl said she had sex with one of the former defendants while another former defendant filmed the sex acts. Pornography continued on page 8A Or" J ' ''' ' Reg. $25. The minute you saw the price, you thought, "They mean "leather-like:" Not so: These bags are a soft supple Nappa leather that's unmistakably real. And they come in an assortment of fall fashion colors (burgundy, taupe, grey, saddle tan) and assorted fall styles (top zip hobo, facile hobo, half flap suitbag and shoulder bag). B.H. Smith is the manufacturer (or wizard) who turned them out at this price. And you can be the one who carries one (or more) off, for a fraction of what people will think you paid. Sale ends October 24. Handbags. 2800 'Total number of units in all Hudson's stores. DAyons 1984. DMC fl: aep&: L LINDT TRUFFLES sale 6.99 2 fori 8.8 oz. boxes An exquisite sensation, nibbling your way into a Lindt Truffle. First the outer shell of fine Swiss dark or milk chocolate. 'And inside, a creamy, silken smooth center of chocolate. Reg. 11.50 each, sale 2 for 16.99 or 8.99 each. Also at savings, Lindt bars, every one a full-blown temptation, whichever flavor you choose. Reg. 1.65, sale 1.19. In Marketplace Confections, all Twin Cities stores"plus Rochester, Fargo, Burnsville, Sioux Falls and Grand Forks. Sale ends October 24. Meet Beverly Millerat our 700 Under The.Mall Candy Department, Downtown Minneapolis. You can also see our complete variety of Lindt delights, and sample our Lindt Truffles. Thursday through Saturday, October 18, 19 and 20, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. sale $1380 TWO DAY FUR SPECIALS Mink-tail coat with dyed fox trim (shown). The mink tails are worked into a chevron pattern that gives a rich look to this full length coat. But the low price will surprise you. Reg. $2300. Also available, dyed ranch mink tails jacket with a band collar, cuffs and a tie closure at the neck. It's a beautiful way to keep warm, during the day, or into evening. Reg. $1000, sale $600. Sale ends Saturday, October 20. Fine Furs, available in Downtown Minneapolis. Downtown St. Paul, Southdale, Ridgedale and Rosedale. Furs labeled to show country of origin of imported furs. 3 CAVDn-S DAVlOn-S 1984. DHC ? 1984 DHC

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