Could one of our nation’s top Conservative, First Amendment lawyers have a problem he can’t talk his way out of? James M. Henderson is considered one of the most prominent 1st amendment constitutional lawyers in the country, and depending on your interpretation of the evidence, he may have a fondness for young boys and pot.
The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) is a law firm located at 205 Third Street, SE Washington, DC 20003. James M. Henderson, Sr. is Senior Counsel of the ACLJ in the Washington, D.C. office and has been counsel of record on many cases, including amicus briefs to the Supreme Court regarding “The Child Pornography Prevention Act” and “The Child Online Protection Act.” ACLJ states in its Mission Statement that it is a God driven law firm: ACLJ “is dependent upon God and the resources He provides through the time, talent, and gifts of people who share our concerns and desire to protect our religious and constitutional freedoms.” “An anonymous tip led Exposed Politics to what could be Mr. Henderson’s “nom de Facebook” — Kyle Johnson. Based on that anonymous tip we were directed to the Facebook page of Mr. Kyle Johnson a possible alter ego/identity of Mr. James M. Henderson. As Kyle Johnson, is a nickname he may have used when a locksmith truck that drove by him had on its door panel “Kyle Johnson Locksmith.”
According to sources, several of these boys got the idea that Mr. Johnson might be predator and so they began copying his electronic messages, taking pictures of him and his vehicle, taking cell phone videos inside and outside his car, and photographing evidence in his car, including a bank statement with James M. Henderson’s name and address on it. That information was provided to us on condition of anonymity.
Through Aug. 23, 2012, “Kyle Johnson’s” Facebook page contained many comments and references to marijuana and sex. These include references to his personal use of marijuana.
In a stunning cell phone video, allegedly taken by one of the young men, Mr. Johnson admitted that Kyle Johnson is not “a real name,” and that he chose that name after seeing a locksmith’s car with the name Kyle Johnson on it. He laughed and said, “that poor guy’s probably in a lot of trouble at home.” The real Kyle Johnson, Locksmith, is located in the Chicago, Il area.
Here is the (same young man) walking to the car where Mr. Johnson is waiting.
Apparently left alone in the vehicle for a moment, the young man opens the glove box of the car revealing a Branch Banking & Trust Company envelope with the name and address of James M. Henderson and exclaims: “Oh My God, Its Him.”
Upon further examination of the Facebook account of Kyle Johnson it has several references to Mr. Johnson finally declaring that he is gay or what he terms queer, as well as his marijuana experiences with eating food after getting high.
Mr. Henderson has also argued a number of legal cases before the Supreme Court including The Child Pornography Act, and has worked for a number of years with the American Center for Law and Justice or ACLJ.org which is owned by Jay Sekulow who is one of the most prominent legal scholars in the conservative movement.
Mr. Johnson was identified via several videos that were taken by one of the boys he picked up when Johnson went into a liquor store to pick up some booze. The boy then went fishing through his glove compartment in the car Johnson used to pick the boy up in which had an envelope from Branch Banking & Trust company which was addressed to James M. Henderson and Theresa A. Henderson.
In a recent post on Kyle Johnson’s Facebook page he reveals an earring that he just obtained which was in his left ear.
One of the young men whom Kyle Johnson communicates with on Facebook is a boy by the name of Sam Bennett who looks extremely young.
Mr. Henderson’s bio on AVVO states that Henderson is married to Theresa Ann Henderson and has eight children and is a member of New Hope Hope Church in Lorton Virginia.
Mr. Henderson’s Facebook posting for New Hope Church has him coordinating youth seminars.
Mr. Henderson’s ACLJ bio says that he is an expert in 1st amendment speech and other constitutional law.
In pictures which were taken by one of the young men upon being picked up, Mr. Johnson (in red shirt) appears in shorts and a hat turned backwards to represent his fading youth. He drove a teal colored Hyundai, Sante Fe SUV with Virginia license tags XUH 6520.
Earlier Facebook postings to the Kyle Johnson account show that he had 60 people in his contact list, most of which were very young men strutting their stuff.
At present most of these accounts have been set to either private or they have been scrubbed off of his account.
A background report was completed using the address as the identifier and shows that James M. Henderson lives at the address identified in the image from Branch Banking & Trust envelope.
In an earlier Facebook chat with Jules, Kyle Johnson talked about drinking with Jules and him being an attorney who was on a case in North Carolina. Mr. Johnson used different chat programs to communicate with the boys, including Facebook Mobile. In one particular chat, Kyle Johnson, said that he was a lawyer, that he had been to North Carolina the week of July 21, 2010 to work on a case, and that he “missed” one of the young men and wanted a “do over.” The young man admitted that he and the other young man had been drinking. One of the young men mentioned in the chat as being with Mr. Johnson has a YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/JuJuPaP3R which has 91 videos created by the boy.
In another chat with the young man by the name of Zach he talks about teaching other lawyers, but when he is with Zach he will let Zach teach him. Presumably they are discussing a sexual encounter between them.
Although there is, at present, no hard evidence to prove that any of these young men is under the age of 18, there does seem to be ample evidence — the envelope with Henderson’s address, for example — that these young men were engaged in some sort of relationship with a man old enough to be their father. Our investigation will continue, but based on what we’ve revealed here, we believe the evidence warrants some type of investigation into these activities.
Today, 9/25/2012 The Kyle Johnson Facebook account has been scrubbed of all data, pictures and posts, and is now totally empty. For more on this story you can visit:
The scrubbing of files and links to pages this story covered continues. The Facebook page of Sammy Bennett seen above has now been wiped clean. The covering continues and the silence from those involved is DEAFENING.
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