Magic City Morning Star

Advertising | RSS Feed | About Us 

Last Updated: Sep 10, 2014 - 2:08:00 AM 

An eclectic mix of news and information
Staff Login
Donate towards our web hosting bill!

Front Page 
  -- Local
  -- State
  -- National
  -- IRS News
  -- Win at Work
  -- History
  Tech Notes
  -- Comics
  -- R.P. BenDedek
  -- Kenneth Tellis
  -- M Stevens-David
  -- Down the Road
  Today in History
  -- Editor's Desk
  -- Guest Column
  -- Scheme of Things
  -- Michael Devolin
  -- Tom DeWeese
  -- Ed Feulner
  -- Jim Kouri
  -- Julie Smithson
  -- J. Grant Swank
  -- Doug Wrenn
  Agenda 21
  Book Reviews
  -- Old Embers

Web Directory Reviews
WDR Directory of Directories
Restore The Republic - The Home of the Freedom Movement!


New Twist to LaVallee Davidson Case
By Christian Civic League of Maine
Dec 29, 2009 - 12:11:25 AM

Email this article
 Printer friendly page

The case of the alleged killer of South Portland resident Fred Wilson took a strange turn in October when the attorney for the accused suggested his client may plead not guilty by reason of temporary insanity. In papers filed with the Superior Court in Portland, Davidson's attorney stated that the accused killer may be suffering from dementia caused by a long-term incurable illness. The claim of temporary insanity raises the prospect that Davidson may be acquitted and released after a brief stay at a treatment facility

The death of Fred Wilson played an unexpected role in the debate over same sex marriage in Maine, after Davidson appeared with his partner "Buck" at the hearing on same sex marriage in Augusta on April 22nd. During the testimony, Davidson claimed that he and Buck were "already married in the eyes of God." Four days earlier, Davidson allegedly shot and killed Wilson after a night of drug and alcohol -fueled debauchery. Video of Davidson's testimony was used to promote the same sex marriage law, until it was revealed that Davidson was an alleged killer - at which point the video was quickly taken off the Internet.

The former director of the Christian Civic League, Mike Heath, commented later on his blog that Davidson's testimony on behalf of same sex marriage was incomprehensible in view of the crime Davidson had just committed.

Curiously, Fred Wilson's home in South Portland was less than a third of a mile from the home of Senator Larry Bliss, a former gay activist who chaired the hearing at the Augusta Civic Center. It is not known if Bliss knew of the shooting by the time of the hearing, but Augusta police were aware that Davidson was present at the Civic Center.

Leather Museum
Bliss, Davidson, and Wilson are all originally from California, and Davidson, like Bliss, worked in the field of education. After investigating the story, The RECORD learned that Wilson was a supporter of the Leather Museum and Archives and a member of the Harbor Masters, a Portland-based group dedicated to promoting the perversion of sadomasochism. This discovery confirmed the conjecture that Wilson's death was related to sadomasochistic practices.

Davidson's trial is scheduled to begin January 8th in Superior Court in Portland.

By the Staff of The Christian Civic League of Maine
Maine Family Policy Council com

© Copyright 2002-2014 by Magic City Morning Star

Top of Page

Latest Headlines
East Millinocket Mill Workers Eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance
Cate Street Regarding Great Northern Paper Mill
Statement on Passing of Jean Michaud
Michaud Meets with Boston Fire Chief, East Millinocket Native
Davis Family Foundation Awards Millinocket Historical Society $25,000

A Dinosaur of Education - a blog by James Fabiano.
Shobe Studios
Wysong Foods - Pets and People Too