posted on Sep, 26 2006 @ 01:57 PM
Exposure is precisely what is needed. True justice would be lining these creatures up longside a wall and shooting them in the head. I will admit
that my own bias is showing here, but I am fairly certain that my views would be the same were my family history different. This sordid crime has
torn my family apart, my two oldest sisters and to a certain extent my father, are probably permanently estranged from myself and my other three sibs,
one of whom is Gallopinghordes. My nephew is currently finishing a term in prison for indecent liberties with a minor. I have severed all relations
with him, and two of my sisters. Just an aside, this is my nephews second go 'round for this sort of offense, the other was while he was a juvenile,
so records are sealed.
Actual justice is seeing these animals, supposedly rehabilitated, reentering society only to reoffend again, and again, and again, and still
Generally speaking my views on capital punishment are less is more. Have it, but use it sparingly. In this one instance, child molestation should
warrant an automatic death sentence upon conviction. These creatures do not rehabilitate, they learn to mask and to hide that's all.
I know of one class III molester in my area, I've met him on two occaisions...once before I knew who he was, the second time after...I hope to God
Above that there is never a third time...he has admitted to over 100 acts of exposing himself to children as young as 6, he was convicted of rape of a
child...was tossed out of his treatment because he would not admit he was wrong. Yet today he lives, not more than 3/4 of a mile from an elementary
school. Kids walk by his address of record to and from school every day.
The rights of the victims to live without fear of this man are obviously being violated. I don't know the children...or maybe I do. Maybe some of
you know one of his many victims...how are their rights being protected? Yes...yes...everyone accused of this sort of horrific crime deserves a fair
trial, anyone accused of any crime does...
So many of the animals that are accused, and/or convicted, turn out to have long histories of offences against children, when does enough become
enough. My answer is once, and only once...upon conviction and unsuccessful appeal...either life imprisonment w/o parole, or death. There is no
deterent value to this, it's removing a cancerous malignency from society.
These monsters, almost alone out of most criminals, get no second chance. Deserve no second chance. They've violated that most sacred of trusts,
the trust of a child that adults protect them from the monters, not become the monsters...
I've said enough for the moment...