"Hoosier (Sugar) Daddy???"

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    Aug 12, 2011 3:41 PM GMT

    Indy StarEmails shared with The Indianapolis Star suggest that state Rep. Phillip Hinkle -- responding to a local posting on Craigslist -- offered a young man $80 plus tip to spend time with him Saturday night at the JW Marriott hotel.

    The emails, sent from Hinkle's publicly listed personal address, ask the young man for "a couple hours of your time tonight" and offer him cash up front, with a tip of up to $50 or $60 "for a really good time."

    The email exchange is in response to the Craigslist posting in which the young man -- who lists his age as 20 in the ad but says he is 18 years old -- says, "I need a sugga daddy."

    [quote]The young man told The Star that they met, but that he tried to leave after the man told him he was a state lawmaker. He said the lawmaker at first told him he could not leave, grabbed him in the rear, exposed himself to the young man and then later gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet.

    When contacted by The Star about the emails, Hinkle, a Republican who represents portions of Pike and Wayne townships, did not contest the emails but said, "I am aware of a shakedown taking place."[/quote]

    [quote]Hinkle, 64, who lists his occupation as coordinator for community partnerships for Wayne Township Schools on the Indiana House website, has been a state lawmaker since 2000. He is best known in the Statehouse for his interest in local government issues. On the website, he also notes he was a co-author of the bill that created the "In God We Trust" license plate.

    The young man, Kameryn Gibson, told The Star he posted the Craigslist ad in the "Casual Encounters" section under m4m, which is shorthand for men for men. He used his adopted sister's email address.

    Gibson said he and the man met but that they did not have sex. He and the sister, Megan Gibson, flatly denied any shakedown.

    "I wasn't shaking him down, at all," Kameryn Gibson said.

    Megan Gibson said she contacted The Star because she thought Hinkle's actions were "creepy" and, given his stature, that his actions should be made public.

    Megan Gibson also provided the email exchange, which she forwarded to The Star. She also allowed a reporter to inspect the emails, which she had kept, on her smartphone. The phone contained not only the email exchange but a call log that showed phone calls from numbers that match both Hinkle's cellphone and home phone.[/quote]

    [quote]The Craigslist ad was posted at 7:37 a.m. Saturday. The ad shows two pictures of Kameryn Gibson, shirtless with pants pulled below the top of his underwear.

    The ad's text features one written line: "Email me and I'll tell you everything you need to know!"

    Forty-seven minutes later, he received a response from phinkle46 @comcast.net, with the email signature "Sent from Phil's iPad."

    "Cannot be a long time sugar daddy," the email reads, "but can for tonight. Would you be interested in keeping me company for a while tonight?"

    The email offers "to make it worth (your) while" in cash, and offers a personal description: "I am an in shape married professional, 5'8", fit 170 lbs, and love getting and staying naked."

    Fifteen minutes later, Kameryn Gibson replied: "Yes I can!" He also sent along his phone number.[/quote]

    [quote]What followed was an email exchange between phinkle46 @comcast.net and Kameryn Gibson. One email from Hinkle's account asks "what will make you happy for giving me a couple hours of your time tonight?"

    Gibson: "Wat (sic) can you give me?"

    Phinkle46 @comcast.net: "How about $80 for services rendered and if real satisfied a healthy tip? That make it worth while?"

    The two agreed on the price and discussed logistics. An email sent at 9:44 a.m., also with the signature "Sent from Phil's iPad" and sent from Hinkle's personal account, lays clear the parameters for the tip: "Final for the record, for a really good time, you could get another 50, 60 bucks. That sound good?"

    Later, about 5 p.m., phinkle46 @comcast.net offered to pick up the young man at his Westside home and drive him to the JW Marriott hotel.

    The final emails from phinkle46 @comcast.net come from a BlackBerry. One such email suggests: "If u want to consider spending night u might tell ur sis so she won't worry. Would have u back before 11 tomorrow. No extra cash just free breakfast and maybe late night snack."

    Gibson responds only with his address. At 8:45 p.m., he receives one final email from phinkle46 @comcast.net: "I am here in parking lot between bldg 1 and 2. U here?"

    The email exchange contains no mention of sex acts.[/quote]

    [quote]Kameryn Gibson provided the following account of what happened after that final email from phinkle46 @comcast.net.

    He said Hinkle picked him up in a white car -- his suit jacket was hanging in the backseat.

    When they arrived at the hotel, Gibson said he was given the room key and told to go into the hotel. They couldn't go in together, Gibson was told. About 15 minutes later, Hinkle arrived in the room, changed into a towel and then during small talk informed Gibson he was a lawmaker.

    Gibson said the man showed him an identification card.

    The ID, Gibson said, gave a name: Phillip Hinkle.

    "My eyes got big," Gibson told The Star. "I didn't really know what to say, so I didn't say anything. It was just a shock."

    Gibson said he had posted on Craigslist before but had never met up with someone. Knowing he was in a bedroom with a politician, Gibson said, he got cold feet.

    "Yeah, I don't want to do this," Gibson said he told Hinkle.

    He said Hinkle's response was: "You need to do this, because I came and got you, and I'm not taking you back until we do what we need to do."

    Gibson excused himself to the bathroom. There, he called his sister Megan. She said she would come get him immediately.

    When Gibson came out, he said Hinkle told him he couldn't leave. Gibson called his sister again. This time, Megan told him to put her on speakerphone.

    "I started cussing him," Megan told The Star. She also threatened to call the police and the local media.

    "He said, 'I'll give you whatever,'" Megan said.

    But when they hung up, Kameryn Gibson said Hinkle grabbed him by the right arm, just below the shoulder. Gibson said it was then that Hinkle grabbed him in the rear, dropped his towel and sat down on the bed -- naked.

    When Megan Gibson arrived to pick up her brother, she again threatened to call police and the local media.

    Kameryn and Megan Gibson said Hinkle then offered his iPad, a BlackBerry and $100 in cash.

    Kameryn Gibson walked past his sister and out of the room as she continued to yell at Hinkle.

    "She was still going off," Kameryn Gibson said, "and I was like, 'OK, I think that's enough, I think he gets it.' "[/quote]

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    Aug 12, 2011 3:43 PM GMT
    [quote]Megan Gibson said that on the drive back, she began receiving a series of calls on the BlackBerry, including one from a woman who said she was Hinkle's wife.

    "I was like, 'Your husband is gay,'
    " Megan said. "And then she was like, 'You have the wrong person.' "

    Megan read her the email address: phinkle46 @comcast.net.

    The line went silent.

    "Just for a couple seconds," Megan Gibson said, "and the first thing she said was, 'Please don't call the police.' "

    Phone messages left with Hinkle's wife late Thursday were not returned.

    Megan Gibson said she then began receiving a series of calls from various family members -- including from Hinkle's son-in-law, demanding that his wife see proof of the emails.

    Megan Gibson dropped off her brother then returned to the JW Marriott, where she showed Hinkle's daughter the emails.

    Megan Gibson said on her way back, she received another call from Hinkle's wife.

    "The first thing she said, she was like, 'OK, we will give you $10,000 not to say anything,' " said Megan Gibson, who said she was now becoming scared. "I was like, 'OK,' and I hung up the phone."

    She soon got another call -- from the Marriott hotel. It was Hinkle. Megan Gibson told Hinkle that she had informed his wife and family that he was gay.

    Megan Gibson said Hinkle's response was: "You just ruined me."[/quote]

    awwwww... (sniff)
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    Aug 12, 2011 5:52 PM GMT
    Oh, well, I give up...
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    Aug 12, 2011 6:03 PM GMT
    No surprise at all.
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    Aug 12, 2011 7:04 PM GMT

    Says NO to civil unions (not just marriage, even civil unions) at around 0:19
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    Aug 13, 2011 7:07 PM GMT
    dayumm, Thanks for the video. It is disgusting and instructive to actually hear him say when asked if he could support Civil Unions....."NO.".

    I like to see his story examined thoroughly. It's too easy to simply give the guy a quick shaming and watch him resign and fade away.

    We deserve more answers. Hinkle deserves to be hounded until he answers.

    And NO, I will not "respect the family's wishes for privacy at this time" as their lawyer implores.

    His wife made herself part of this story by offering $10,000 to bribe the boy and his sister. Hmmmm, she came up with that offer pretty damn quick----any previous bribes we should know about?

    The old perv attempted to force the boy to stay and "finish their business" when the boy said 'No'. That was both disgusting and BOLD: I don't think this was Hinkle's first time at coercing boys to play with him.

    Anyway, I think we could learn a lot more by following this story. And a number of closeted politicians might learn a valuable lesson too.
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    Aug 13, 2011 7:27 PM GMT
    Why hasn't this hypocritical lying sleazebag been asked to resign?

    Why isn't the media all over this story demanding him to resign like they were with Weiner?

    Why the hypocritical double standard?!

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    Aug 13, 2011 10:25 PM GMT
    There are calls for his resignation:


    It looks like based on his district, he won't be able to win the primary if he chooses not to resign. His district is full of Evangelical Christians.
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    Aug 13, 2011 11:18 PM GMT
    creature said
    It looks like based on his district, he won't be able to win the primary if he chooses not to resign. His district is full of Evangelical Christians.

    He can choose to be "reborn" by going to Marcus Bachmann's clinic. Then he'll be reelected. icon_mad.gif
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    Aug 27, 2011 12:57 PM GMT
    Swiiiiiing Batta Batta...

    If there's one subject black teens from Naptown LOVE to talk about, it's baseball. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Talking Points MemoEarlier this week, Hinkle said that despite calls from the Republican Speaker of the House for him to do so, he won't resign. "Those people didn't elect me," he said. "The constituents did." He says he already planned on not seeking another term in 2012.

    He admitted to the Indianapolis Star on Tuesday that he did exchange e-mails with 18-year old Kameryn Gibson through Craigslist, on the section of the site meant for "casual encounters" between two men. Hinkle also admitted that he paid Gibson $80 "for a good time," but denied Gibson's allegations that he tried to prevent him from leaving the hotel room, exposed himself, and tried to pay him off with $100 cash, an iPad and Blackberry to keep quiet.

    "These people," Hinkle said, "are lying through their teeth."

    Hinkle said that when Gibson got there they just talked about "baseball and the view," and that when Hinkle came out of the bathroom Gibson had left, and stole the money, the iPad and the Blackberry. "I went to the edge," Hinkle said, "but I didn't fall over the edge."

    "I got everything back but the iPad," Hinkle told the Star, "and quite frankly, if that makes them feel good, so be it." He noted that he won't be filing a police report.

    When asked why he arranged the encounter to begin with -- and why he used his public e-mail address -- Hinkle said. "I don't know. I'm telling you, I don't know."

    Hinkle told Matthew Tully of the Star: "Somewhere upstairs a button got pushed, and I want to know why. People keep asking: 'What were you thinking?' I honestly don't know. It's as simple as that."

    "I say that emphatically," Hinkle also said. "I'm not gay."

    So, where's the "Let me troll Craiglist for hookups less than one-third my age" button upstairs, again?