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04/08/2013

Man who worked on 'Lie To Me' to speak at event designed to do same

by Jeremy Hooper

Tim Clemente has produced, written for, performed stunts, and even acted on shows like Lie To Me, Criminal Minds, NCIS: Los Angeles, and The Unit. Later this year, he will involve himself in new kind of drama when he shows up to speak at the annual conference of the National Organization For Marriage's Ruth Institute:

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"It Takes a Village" conference, a project of the National Organization For Marriage's Ruth Institute

As regular readers know, this is the conference that is headed up by Jennifer Roback Morse, someone who admits that she wants gays to be celibate and only have "chaste friendships." It's also the conference that, year after year, selects Robert "homosexuality is worse than pedophilia and bestiality" Gagnon as a star speaker. See Carlos Maza's undercover report for more on last year's edition of ITAF. This is not a simple conservative event—it's an anti-LGBT conference.

This event does seem to comply with Mr. Clemente skills for turning a fictional script into a reality. Sadly, the fallout from this production is all too real.

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