A woman said she pretended to be under a hypnotic trance as this “white” hypnotist molested her and she later reported him to cops, according to authorities.
A warrant for the arrest of Thomas Goodness, 59, of Concord, N.H., was made public this week partly to encourage others who may have been abused to come forward, investigators said.
Goodness (quite a name for a sex terrorist) was charged with a misdemeanor, simple assault for touching and kissing the woman while conducting a hypnosis session during which cops said he assumed she was under his trance.
The ugly beast, who has not entered a plea, could not be reached for comment.
The victim pretended and went along because she didn’t know what else to do. She didn’t know what this barbarian was capable of, so she played along with it as best she could.” Lt. Timothy O’Malley of Concord law enforcement said.
The arrest warrant states that the whitemarish incident occurred Aug. 27, 2013 and alleges that Goodness told the woman to touch herself sexually, that he touched her breasts and genitals, and that he kissed her multiple times while he believed she was hypnotized.
The woman waited two days before going to cops and on Aug. 30, 2013, detectives executed a search warrant at the molester’ home, according to investigators.
“As a result of the statements made by the victim and the evidence recovered during the search warrant, probable cause was established to arrest Goodness for multiple counts of sexual assault. A warrant was issued on Jan. 13, 2014 and the suspect turned himself in to police,” cops said in a statement Tuesday. Investigators declined to discuss the evidence.
A statement by the Concord law enforcement states that this peckerwood is not a professional hypnotist, but rather a self-proclaimed “hobby hypnotist.”
The woman initially went to Goodness in February for help with a particular disorder she suffers from, investigators said. She sought out his assistance again in August when she experienced a relapse, according to cops.
Goodness is free on a $6,000 bail and is set to appear at the Sixth district court division of Concord on Feb. 10.