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Parents accused of abducting suspected molester

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posted on Mar, 30 2008 @ 03:28 PM
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Man Molests child, now Parents may face jail time???


kob.com

this is a true tale of parents taking the law into their own hands, investigators say a mother and father kidnapped a man they think molested their daughter. Now, the parents themselves may face jail time.

Authorities say they have reason to believe the man is a child molester who has gone after at least five girls, including this one daughter. However, they say the law is the law, and parents are not allowed to kidnap anyone anyone at gun point. even if all they did was take the guy to a local church so he could confess to the pastor.

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posted on Mar, 30 2008 @ 03:28 PM
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Now if it had been my daughter and and four other little girls saying "That man tried to touch my Whoo-Whoo...I'd be explaining to the cops how the dead body got in my trunk and not handing him over hoping a judge did the right thing!

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posted on Mar, 30 2008 @ 03:36 PM
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It's a tough call. Being a father, I can't say I wouldn't at the very least beat the guy into hospitalization. But in doing so, you run the risk of stepping over the law and getting yourself in serious trouble. One thing's for certain, I wouldn't sleep until he was at the very least incarcerated.

Chestor's are a scourge upon this earth.



posted on Mar, 30 2008 @ 03:36 PM
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So when is it ok to take the law into your own hands? If the answer is not never, what is the point of having laws?



posted on Mar, 30 2008 @ 03:37 PM
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The parents did the right thing. We all know that here is no justice in the American justice system. That molester deserves to die for destroying an innocent child.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 07:39 AM
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Originally posted by darkelf
So when is it ok to take the law into your own hands? If the answer is not never, what is the point of having laws?


The law is there to be interpreted, or 'Judged', by a judge.

There are extenuating circumstances sometimes.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 07:45 AM
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They also say that Justice is blind, But on the streets the bitch can see plain as day..

Get off it wit this right/wrong thing.

The parents did what the court wouldn't, end of story.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 07:52 AM
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If I was on the jury, I would not find the parents guilty. I would hope that other jurors would do the same. I think the parents were too easy on the guy. I doubt I would have been able to show the same restraint.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 11:09 AM
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Originally posted by Karlhungis
If I was on the jury, I would not find the parents guilty. I would hope that other jurors would do the same. I think the parents were too easy on the guy. I doubt I would have been able to show the same restraint.


exactly, see, this is something we should all think about real quick. unless you stack the jury with nambla freaks, there is now ay to prosecute this. any jury in the world made up of non pedo freaks will look at this as "Good for them, I would have done the same thing" In fact if the parents had decided to slaughter the guy, the same thing would be said. just because you arrest someone and want to try them does not mean it will happen. grand juries have hearts too, and many of them have children somnewhere in their lives. in order to even get to the trial phase the grand jury has to decide if there is enough to convict. try pushing something like that through.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 03:41 PM
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Great find, DaddyBare- Star!

The parents did SOMETHING; at least... and i don't think this will ever go
to trial. The Main Stream Media would be all over it, asking the same
question to the public, and hosting polls about it.

The powers that be, probably won't want this in the limelight, for the
reason that no matter which way it went, it would be an example of what
to do with a predator!

My family suffered the murder of my cousin by one of these types, and
i wish to God i would have had a chance to do SOMETHING beforehand...

I saw a 'Faces of Death', or one of those banned videos similar, and it
showed a child molester getting his brains blown-out by the father of the
young victim, as he was brought into a court...

The father was ACQUITTED!!!!!!!



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 03:48 PM
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Here's a link to my experience of this type of thing, when NOTHING is done


www.belowtopsecret.com/thread338823/pg1reply to post by DaddyBare
 



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 04:06 PM
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Wait just a moment here. I know this will not be a popular thing to say (I don't care).

In the US, someone is supposed to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, in a trial by jury of their peers.

What if the parents killed or really injured the man and they were WRONG.

What if he did nothing, I find the cops are often wrong in who they think did something.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 04:28 PM
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Wow Frightener, thanks for posting that. What a nightmare for you.
I agree with you, though about forgiveness. In the end, I think forgiveness is the only way out of the grief, hatred and murderous rage. It can take a very long time, maybe the rest of your life, but each day will be a little better than the one before. My heart goes out to you and I hope one day that forgiveness touches you and you are able to receive its gift. I admire you so much for trying to forgive.

We had some really vile neighbors for awhile. They were truly evil and would live in a place for 4 months, trash it and then move out. They did this to one of our rentals. But I think he killed my cat. I can't explain to you the absolute and utter hatred I have developed for this man. I have even thought about shooting him. (We have a legal defense here in my state that says "he needed killing")

Anyway, I know it was "just a cat", but I had had her for 10 years. But my point is that when this kind of evil touches you, it's very difficult to maintain your equilibrium and to keep being a good person; you just want to go out and beat the crud out of the dirty scum. And that is why I believe that evil is often contagious. The work, then, is to try to come to terms with it and that is the spiritual struggle that is so hard. Time will soften the pain, though, and the hatred and anger. I hope you have a safe and peaceful journey on your path towards healing. I will pray for your healing.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 04:33 PM
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I'll tell you, I don't think there's a court in the state of Illinois that would condemn these two people. If they hadn't kidnapped him, he would have gotten away. And come back another day.

I love that they took him to church to see a priest. Myself, I would have hurt him and then called the cops.

If they are convicted, it shouldn't be a really long sentence, as he wasn't transported across state line (making it a felony) and they didn't hurt him, they took him to a priest! Also with the extenuating circumstances, I'm sure they would get at the worst, a light sentence. The thing that the law is overlooking is that, their little girl NEED THEIR PARENTS right now, they don't need to go thru the added horror of watching their parents put on trial. Sometimes, the law just doesn't know when to use common sense and think things through.
Personally, I think the parents deserve a medal.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 04:56 PM
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Originally posted by mrmonsoon

What if the parents killed or really injured the man and they were WRONG.


Yeah that's a possibility. That would be horrible of course.

But these parents had reasons to believe he had raped or molested 5 girls. If they really truly think he was guilty then I think they should have taken the law into their own hands. And killed him. That's harsh I know. I personally feel violent-crime offenders should be dealt with this way. I have been connected to this system for far too long to believe these monsters ever really change. Way too risky for innocent children. Better luck next reincarnation.

I don't want to turn things into a 'bash the court system' session, but i'll just say that I personally don't have much faith that this guy would have got what he deserved (if guilty). Wouldn't have spent much time in prison, would have been released, and claimed a sixth.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 05:08 PM
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Meh. The police wouldn't have done anything. They'd have approached the suspected child molester, asked him some questions, then told the parents 'There's nothing we can do. No evidence.' And obviously, that's the situation.

No evidence? No justice. I would certainly take my children's word as proper evidence.

In any case the real abusers of children operate on a grand scale within our own government - they are the top dogs and they control the law. Satanists aren't make-believe - such groups do exist and they have been caught raping and murdering children for fun. Guess what happened to all the respective trials in those situations? Thrown out the window. This is why we have vigilante justice... unfortunately the big dogs are still safe from it.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 05:35 PM
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If they had caught this man in the act, they ought to have put two bullets in his head.

If they were only acting on a hunch, then its not really acceptable to take the law into your own hands.

Even if their daughter identified the man, they should have handed him over to the police rather than taken him to the church.

Its a tough issue though. If my daughter pointed out a man and said that the man had done something to her... suffice it to say he wouldnt be alive. I wouldnt care that its illegal and reactionary, I would be acting on sheer rage.



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 05:43 PM
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Originally posted by NewWorldOver

No evidence? No justice. I would certainly take my children's word as proper evidence.


Exactly I feel the same. The childrens testimonies are evidence. One case is skeptical sure, but multiple victims is definetly evidence.


In any case the real abusers of children operate on a grand scale within our own government they are the top dogs and they control the law.


Okay I could have sworn I saw an article on ATS about a judge getting busted for an underground child porn ring? Is that right? Cuz I can't seem to find the article now..



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 05:44 PM
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Originally posted by 44soulslayer
I wouldnt care that its illegal and reactionary, I would be acting on sheer rage.


And I believe that rage would have been justified in its own right by a higher moral order



posted on Mar, 31 2008 @ 05:45 PM
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Lets see, by your thinking the parents should have killed the man because they "thought" he did something.

We have a system of justice here and laws.

What If I think you molestested my cousin?
Would it be ok if I killed YOU!!!!

Would it be ok if I kidnapped YOU?
Would it be ok if I tortured YOU?

If you want to run around just killing people, go to a ME country, they will be happy to have you.

Now, that said, if the man is convicted in a court of law in a trial by a jury of his peers, then...............................all bets are off.

BTW, sending a child molester to jail is NOT letting him off.
In jail, child molesters are the lowest form of scum and he would be killed or be everyones "wife". (isn't that good enough?)



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