Tony Ortega and His Pro Sexual Violence Bias

In our last post we began taking a look at what appears to be Tony Ortega’s strange, co-dependent relationships with sex-traffickers and accused rapists. Exactly what it is that gives Tony Ortega a sense of kinship with these sex predators? Maybe it’s his own sordid personal history, his string of extramarital affairs

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The Big Lie

By Kathy Haggis, February 3, 2011

Paul harbors some odd theories about life. His favorite is known as “The Big Lie Theory” which boils down to this: The bigger the lie the more likely people are to believe it.

Paul would wax enthusiastic about this concept when discussing potential true stories we could adapt into

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In Search of Rosebud

By Kathy Haggis, March, 3, 2011

How does an individual go so far off the beam as to think he can defame any number of people and entire institutions with impunity? One thing I know from having been at the receiving end of such a campaign, is that not only must the perpetrator spin stories

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On the subject of Abuse

by Kathy Haggis

Paul Haggis has been quite vocal recently in accusing others of “abuse.” It seems a strange tack to take since Paul must himself admit that he never personally observed any of the incidents he claims occurred – largely because they were, in fact, fabricated by others. So why would Paul seize on

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Paul Haggis: Exposed

When this video dropped on our desk this week it had us all nodding our heads in agreement from the moment it began to roll. Finally someone was saying what many of us have long been thinking.

Indeed, we’ve written a good number of blog posts on the subject of Paul Haggis who

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The Brother I Knew

Written by Kathy Haggis, February 26, 2011

When I was a child I used to take all my brother’s cowboy hats, pile them on my head, one on top of the other, and wear them all day long. Paul loved his hats. He would complain to our mother and she would say “She’s your sister,

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A Tale by Two Liars: Lawrence Wright and Paul Haggis

Written by Kathy Haggis, January 25, 2015

Paul Haggis was cheated out of a credit on Lawrence Wright’s recent book (now a “documentary”). The credit should read “written by Lawrence Wright, fabricated by Paul Haggis.” And it should be subtitled with their mutual motive for concocting such a story: “Never let the truth get in

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Why doesn’t Paul Haggis speak out?

Paul Haggis often brags that his charitable work in Haiti began well before the 2010 earthquake, insisting that he has raised millions of dollars for the impoverished country. But there is something he is not speaking out about.

Troubling reports began surfacing about cover-ups surrounding investigations into the hiring of sex workers for

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Judge Orders Alleged Rapist Paul Haggis Must Face Trial

It’s official. A judge in Manhattan has ordered Paul Haggis must face the civil rape charges brought by his publicist Haleigh Breest in court after hearing a graphic, detailed account of the multiple assaults.

File this under: big news that surprises no one personally familiar with Paul Haggis.

An attorney for

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What would Tony Ortega possibly gain by defending Paul Haggis?


It’s not often that Tony Ortega makes much of a splash these days. His influence seems limited to the few poor souls who still haunt his personal blog (people still have those?) or to whatever traffic he can muster via his Twitter feed, loaded as it is with his breathlessly sensationalized takes on

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