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Saturday, 3 October 2009

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Hollywood - Disgraced film director Roman Polanski has failed in his attempt to plea bargain sex assault charges made against him in here in California.

Polanski's lawyers submitted a plea bargain last week admitting guilt to a lesser charge of jay walking and produced a children's story book written by Polanski as evidence of his good character since the accusations were made.

Judge Enoch Pritchard refused the request by Polanski's lawyers.

Judge Pritchard noted in his judgment,

"The novel is a bit on the thin side and while it starts off innocently enough about offering milk and cookies to a young girl there is no character development after that. Chapter Two reads like an instruction manual on how to drug and forcibly rape an unconscious victim and Chapters Three and Four are very similar to Chapter Two."

Negotiations with Swiss authorities to extradite Polanski to the United States are continuing.

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