We turn casting director
Ordinarily, America Wants To Know doesn't dabble in show business, but we would like to send an open letter to actor Jimmy Smits:
Cookie, baby, sweetheart, you've just got to buy the film rights to this guy's story:
That's Israeli cult leader Goel Ratzon. He's sitting in the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court, where he's in some trouble for having 21 wives.
Don't you love these Valentine's Day feature stories?
Goel Ratzon is facing charges of rape, sodomy, enslavement and sexual abuse within his family. He disputes the rape charge. "Stroking" minors does not constitute rape, he explained to the court.
It's nice that Bill Clinton's defense lawyers found work again.
According to the indictment, Goel Ratzon kept peace in the family with strict rules, enforced by financial penalties. The fine was 100 shekels for questioning another wife about her whereabouts, 2,000 shekels for catfights, and 200 shekels for "talking nonsense."
This story has blockbuster written all over it.
And don't miss the surprise ending, when Tiger Woods buys the Gaza Strip and converts to Judaism.