Now we know why SPLC Founder Morris Dees was mysteriously forced out



Now we know why SPLC Founder Morris Dees was mysteriously forced out

SPLC co-founder Morris Dees is a sexually deviant perverted pedophile, court documents reveal

Bethany Blankley
The Hayride

Big League Politics reports that the co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), Morris Dees, known for labeling groups it doesn’t like as “hate groups,” is a sexual deviant pedophile.

According to court testimony, among other perverted sexual behavior, he attempted to molest his 18-year-old step-daughter Holly Buck, with a sex toy. Holly was Maureene’s daughter from a previous marriage.

A recently-uncovered court document from the divorce proceedings of Maureene Dees, ex-wife of SPLC co-founder Morris Dees, includes horrific allegations against him. Maureene filed for divorce on March 8, 1979, according to an appellant brief obtained by Big League Politics, which was filed in the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals:

The brief states:

“Holly testified that, in the summer of 1977, Morris attempted to molest her in the following incident: One night Maureene and Morris were sitting drinking wine and discussing a case Morris was trying. [Holly] was with them. Around eleven or twelve o’clock, Maureene went to bed and Holly stayed up with Morris discussing the case. Morris kept offering Holly wine, some of which she accepted.”

Holly testified that she declined, choosing to go to bed instead. It states:

“She went to her room and then went into the bathroom. Looking out the window, she saw Morris in the bushes beside the bathroom window looking in. She said ‘Morris, is that you’, but he said nothing and ran away.”

Two months later:

“[M]orris entered [Holly’s] room from [Morris and Maureene’s daughter Ellie’s] room, through the bathroom, the document says. “He was in his underwear and he sat on the bed where Holly was lying on her stomach facing away from the door. He touched her on the back and woke her up. He told her that he had brough [sic] her a present, and he presented her with a vibrator. He plugged it in and said he had brought it to her. He proceeded to rub it on her back and said ‘Let me show you how to use it.’”

According to Holly’s testimony, she declined, but Morris:

“[H]e started to place it between he [sic] legs when she raised her voice and said no loudly,” according to the brief.

“About two hours later, she had fallen back asleep and he came back in,” the brief says. “He brought the vibrator with him, plugged it in and said again, ‘Let me show you how to use it.’ He tried to show her again by putting it between her legs, but she raised her voice again and he stopped. He took it and left.”

Here’s the text:

This is not the only disturbing text from the appellate brief, Big League Politics states.

SPLC did not respond to an email request for comment. When Big League Politics called, SPLC’s media contact hung up the phone.

Here’s a question for SPLC: is pedophilia a hate crime?

Is protecting a pedophile a hate crime?

Why hasn’t SPLC been labeled by conservatives yet as a hate group?