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Grandfather of Santa Barbara Shooter was Renowned Holocaust Photographer

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Born in Cheshire, George Rodger served in the British Merchant Navy. After a short spell in America, he worked as a photographer for the BBC’s The Listener magazine, followed in 1938 by a brief stint working for the Black Star Agency.

 [AC Note: The Black Star Photo Agency was started up in 1935 by three German Jews who fled the Nazis. The agency was co-founded by anti-fascist activist Robert Capa. Wikipedia: “As a young boy, Capa was drawn to the Munkakör (Employment Circle), a group of socialist and avant-garde artists, photographers, and intellectuals centered around Budapest. He participated in the demonstrations against the Miklós Horthy regime. In 1931, just before his first photo was published, Capa was arrested by the Hungarian secret police, beaten, and jailed for his radical political activity. A police official’s wife—who happened to know his family—won Capa’s release on the condition that he would leave Hungary immediately. The Boston Review has described Capa as ‘a leftist, and a democrat—he was passionately pro-Loyalist and passionately anti-fascist…’ During the Spanish Civil War, Capa travelled with and photographed the Workers’ Party of Marxist Unification (POUM), under which George Orwell served, which resulted in his best-known photograph.”]

His pictures of the London blitz brought him to the attention of Life magazine, and he became a war correspondent. He won eighteen campaign medals covering Free French activities in West Africa, and went on to document the war front in Eritrea, Abyssinia and the Western Desert. He travelled to Iran, Burma, North Africa, Sicily and Salerno, Italy, where he met and befriended Robert Capa.

Having covered the liberation of France, Belgium and Holland, Rodger was the first photographer to enter Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in April 1945. In May he photographed the German surrender at Lüneburg for Time and Life. Traumatized by the experience of looking for ‘nice compositions’ in front of the dead, Rodger embarked on a 28,000-mile journey all over Africa and the Middle East, focusing on animal life, rituals, and ways of life that exist in a close relationship with nature. …

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George Rodger, whose grandson killed seven friday night, is responsible for many iconic pictures of World War II and the Holocaust.

Reuters, May 24, 2014
The grandfather of the man suspected in the mass killing in Santa Barbara, Calif., was a famed British photojournalist who took iconic photos of Jewish survivors and mass graves at liberated concentration camps in the final weeks of World War II. Police identified Elliot Rodger, 22, a college student as the gunman who drove through the Isla Vista neighborhood in a black BMW, shooting at people in the beachside community where many college students live Saturday night. Seven people died in the rampage, including the suspect who was found dead inside of a crashed vehicle with a gunshot wound to the head after he turned the gun on himself, authorities said. …
Image 763George Rodger was one of the first photojournalists to reach the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp after it was liberated — and took iconic photos of Jewish survivors. He also took photos of mass graves that provide a historical record of the horrors that took place. The photographer, who went on to help found the Magnum photo agency, told interviewers that he was later haunted by the fact that he spent most of his time at the camp looking for well-composed photos. He died in 1995.

Comments by Mediaite’s Andrew Kirell

Those following the developments in Friday evening’s UCSB shootings are aware of the suspected perpetrator Elliot Rodger‘s frightening YouTube manifesto, describing his bitterness towards women and the men who are able to find a mate.

As it turns out, he had also written a 141-page manifesto that lays out his grievances in painstaking detail, describing stories from his childhood onward that seemed to have laid the foundation for his anger towards women, “alpha males,” and society in general.

Titled “My Twisted World,” the lengthy document describes his plans for a “Day of Retribution,” on which: “All of those beautiful girls I’ve desired so much in my life, but can never have because they despise and loathe me, I will destroy.” …

Rodger described being bullied in high school:

“Some boys randomly pushed me against the lockers as they walked past me in the hall. One boy who was tall and had blonde hair called me a “loser”, right in front of his girlfriends. Yes, he had girls with him. Pretty girls. And they didn’t seem to mind that he was such an evil bastard. In fact, I bet they liked him for it. This is how girls are, and I was starting to realize it.

And, perhaps most alarming of all, he wrote of his desire to become powerful enough to punish everyone around him for having sex:

I began to have fantasies of becoming very powerful and stopping everyone from having sex. I wanted to take their sex away from them, just like they took it away from me. I saw sex as an evil and barbaric act, all because I was unable to have it. This was the major turning point. My anger made me stronger inside. This was when I formed my ideas that sex should be outlawed. It is the only way to make the world a fair and just place. If I can’t have it, I will destroy it. That’s the conclusion I came to, right then and there.

Read the full document below. WARNING: Strong language throughout:

“… Plaintiff Eunice Huthart has suffered a grotesque invasion of her privacy …”

By DOMINIC PATTEN
Deadline Hollywood, May 22, 2014

 Confirming his tentative ruling from February, a federal judge has formally dismissed the U.S.-based phone-hacking scandal suit against News Corp filed last June by a stunt double for Angelina Jolie.

“The underlying facts here do not seem to be in dispute, at least by these parties. It appears, and certainly is alleged, that Plaintiff Eunice Huthart has suffered a grotesque invasion of her privacy,” said Judge Michael Fitzgerald this week, granting the dismissal motion by the media giant in the first and only American-based suit in the wide-reaching scandal.

“Nonetheless … the Court concludes that Huthart must obtain her relief from the courts of England and Wales,” he added in the order (read it here) filed Wednesday. Despite attempts by Huthart in March to keep the case in the U.S. with an argument that a move to the British courts would be the “litigation equivalent of purgatory,” this latest order is almost verbatim what the judge said in his tentative ruling in February.

Related: Rebekah Brooks Cleared Of One Charge As Defense Begins

In her initial complaint filed on June 13, 2013, the England-born Huthart — whose most recent gig was as a stunt coordinator on Disney’s upcoming Maleficent starring Jolie — claimed her cell phone was hacked in 2004 while staying in the U.S. and working with Jolie on Mr. And Mrs. Smith. Her fears turned out to be correct when Huthart’s name and phone number later turned up in the notes of Glenn Mulcaire, the jailed P.I. who worked for the now-shuttered Rupert Murdoch tabloid News Of The World. That hacking seems to be connected to a number of stories about the early days of Jolie’s relationship with her Smithco-star Brad Pitt.

ibrVhoWlgpC4In what ultimately has proved to be a successful argument with Fitzgerald, News Corp and News International’s lawyers filed a motion in September to throw out the case or have it moved to Britain. They argued that the case should be tossed from the U.S. courts because Huthart’s cell was a UK phone with a UK company and Mulcaire’s alleged actions against her originated in the UK. “Huthart argues that California also has an interest in this litigation because her voicemail messages were hacked not only when she was in England, but also when she was in Los Angeles,” noted Fitzgerald. “Even assuming that Huthart’s messages were stored temporarily in the United States and transmitted using United States-based networks, this activity does not create a sufficiently strong interest to outweigh the private interest factors and England’s strong interest in this action. That’s music to News Corp’s ears because the company also wanted Huthart’s case moved to a Brit jurisdiction because “a trial on these matters in the United States would be complex, expensive, and burdensome for a Court with one of the most congested dockets in the United States.”

News Corp and the other defendants were represented in court by Louis Karasik of LA firm Alston & Bird LLP along with Joseph Terry and Jonathan Pitt of D.C. firm Williams & Connolly LLP. Craig Stein of LA’s The Stein Law Firm as well Steven Hyman, Paul Levinson, and Bruce Langer of McLaughlin & Stern, LLP and Norman Siegel and Sara Lee Evans of Siegel Teitelbaum & Evans LLP repped Huthart.

http://www.deadline.com/2014/05/angelina-jolie-stunt-double-phone-hacking-lawsuit-dismissed-news-corp/