It would seem that "clueless" is a very popular state of mind these days. Jack McClellan, 45, the self described pedophile hasn't caught a clue from the caravans of mothers who have taken to following his every movement these days. McClellan, who is unemployed and living on supplemental security income and living out of his car these days in Los Angeles, was back in court again.
He was arrested at approximately 1:40 pm at the University of California, Los Angeles near the Infant Developement Program on campus. McClellan had recently had a restraining order imposed on him and he had violated it by being within 30 feet of children under the age of 18. The program is an onsite care program for children 3 months to 3 years-old and serves students, staff and faculty. He had been caught sitting inside the lobby of the center with a camera. It is reported that he returned to the UCLA campus immediately afterwards for another interview and was promptly arrested for trespassing.
He had stated that his website featuring pictures of little girls was a form of therepy for him and he would do nothing illegal. That website has since been taken down by the server and he doesn't know if he will try and put it back up again. McClellan is clueless as to what he really is doing... clueless to the mothers trooping after him and watching his every move and it would seem, the authorities are clueless as well.........he was released again and schedualed to return to court September 13 2007 on this charge. How much will it take before he really does break the law and touch a child as he says he wants to do?
Sadly, another seemingly clueless man lives in Tokyo Japan. The 54 year-old office worker was out on his motorcycle with a group of friends in the city of Hamamatsu, west of Tokyo on August 13 2007. At some point during the ride, he was unable to negotiate a curve in the road and bumped up against the center barrier.
He stated that he had felt an excruciating pain in his right leg but he continued to ride on for another 1.2 miles. He didn't notice anything was all that wrong until he stopped at the next junction. What was wrong was quite simple, he had no right leg now to help stand the bike up when he stopped. Like a good buddy will do sometimes, a friend went back to fetch the leg and both of them were then taken to the hospital.
According to the paper, the Mainichi Sun, the leg was too badly crushed to be reattached. I can understand "shaking off" a bit of excruciating pain but how can you remain clueless about a missing leg for over one mile and I'm wondering if what gave him the clue finally..... was tipping over at the next stop.