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posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 11:22 AM
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Police Issue Warning of Release of High Risk Offender (again)


westnipissingouest.com



Kingston Police have issued an alert advising residents of the Southern Ontario community that High Risk Offender Eric Davidson-Brown will be released into the community January 11, 2013 after completing his term of a Long-Term Supervision Order.

Davidson-Brown was caught exposing himself to girls in North Bay in 2002 and near a Mattawa school with what was described at the time as a rape kit in his vehicle.
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posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 11:22 AM
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After the release of the young woman in Vancouver who is clearly a threat to society, and now this I have to clearly wonder why our system in Canada is so broken.What on earth does it take to keep us safe from these types of people? This is even more disturbing to me because it is where my children grew up and briefly attended school. Thank god we left.
Read the article and see just how many children's names and information he had. It's terrifying. Think Kayla Bourque is a threat to harm someone from mutilating animals...how about this guy? He's had years to think about it, and even longer on how now not to get caught. It obviously has a wide range of territory as his previous charges span various communities. To those families in those towns, hide your children and hide them well.
It makes me absolutely sick that they could find no reason to keep this whack job locked up.

westnipissingouest.com
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 11:40 AM
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Good grief. Thanks for getting the word out as I'm in Southern Ontario with two wee ones. This guy is a complete lunatic but I'll bet you he acts like he's your best friend. Most of these predators do.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 11:40 AM
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Double post.
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posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 11:59 AM
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Well it is not just Canada. Remember the one Mike Huckabee released a guy who then shot four police officers. And that was not the only one he released who committed murder afterwards.

abcnews.go.com...



Any political ambitions of former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee could be hurt by his role in freeing Maurice Clemmons, the gunman suspected in the execution murders of four police officers in Washington State -- especially since Clemmons would not be the first criminal Huckabee helped to free who later committed murder. Clemmons was serving 95 years when Huckabee, then governor of Arkansas, commuted his sentence in 2000. Clemmons is now being sought in the murders of four Lakewood, Wash. police officers, who were ambushed and shot in a coffee shop Sunday morning. Four years earlier, Huckabee also pushed for the parole of rapist Wayne Dumond despite chilling testimonies from victims and their relatives that he was a dangerous criminal who would strike again. Ashley Stevens, a 17-year-old cheerleader when Dumond raped her, told ABC News in 2007 that she put her face inches from Huckabee's and said, "This is how close I was to Wayne Dumond, and I will never forget his face, and you will never forget mine. He's the one that raped me."


And he is not the only guy in the US who has done this. Governor Haley Barbour also did it.

www.miamiherald.com...




JACKSON, Miss. -- A Mississippi sheriff says one of the ex-prisoners who received a pardon last year from the state's then-governor was involved in exchange of gunfire that killed another man. Calhoun County Sheriff Greg Pollan said Wayne Thurman Harris of Slate Springs and Chris McGonagill of Calhoun City got into an argument at a cookout and both of them fired guns. Both were wounded, McGonagill fatally. Pollan said no charges have been filed because he has not had a chance to interview Harris. Harris received a full and unconditional pardon from Barbour on Jan. 10, 2012, after serving a sentence for selling marijuana. Read more here: www.miamiherald.com...=cpy


And they show no concern for doing so is the scary part.

www.governorbarbour.com...




Jan. 13, 2011 STATEMENT OF FORMER GOV. HALEY BARBOUR ON CLEMENCY I am very comfortable with the decisions I made during my term as Governor as to clemency. All this is consistent with the powers given the Governor by our Constitution, and I am fully confident the pardons and other clemency are all valid. Regrettably, many people believed from most accounts or misstatements that I released more than two hundred prisoners from prison. That is not true. The fact is: 215 people received some form of clemency. Of these 189 were not in prison; most had been out of prison for years, often many years. read more.


Clean records so they can buy a gun and kill someone else.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 12:02 PM
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I'm really starting to get a Hate-On for this lil area. I do enjoy Kingston, but this area is becoming quite dirty and so forth, Belleville especially, Nasty lil neighboring town I have!



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 12:09 PM
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I recently went back to Ontario for a visit (had not been back for 10 years), so much had changed. It doesn't seem like home anymore.

I really wonder what is going on in these politicians heads though, homolka, the girl in bc, now this rapist in waiting all being released. It makes no sense



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 12:17 PM
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I simply can't wrap my head around it. I'm sure the argument is that even though he is a criminal, as is the case with Kayla Bourque, they have served their time and disgustingly enough also still have human rights.
In my opinion, if a person is considered a high risk and a public warning needs to be issued, they should not be released. Is the point of our legal system not to keep offenders off the streets and protect us from harm? What happened to that?
It is my opinion, that this man has zero right to be free.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 12:19 PM
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Originally posted by rimjaja
I recently went back to Ontario for a visit (had not been back for 10 years), so much had changed. It doesn't seem like home anymore.


We did that as well...felt like I couldn't breathe. I'll drive through and wave goodbye as I pass but I'll never go back for any reason.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 12:36 PM
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ah yes, another rapist goes free ... isn't this becoming the norm ?
sad to know Canadians in Ontario have rather restricted rights permitting them self-defense.

www.bojuka.ca...
You are not permitted to punish the assailant or seek revenge.

well in that case, may his next victim put him out of our misery, permanently.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 01:08 PM
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Originally posted by AccessDenied
I simply can't wrap my head around it. I'm sure the argument is that even though he is a criminal, as is the case with Kayla Bourque, they have served their time and disgustingly enough also still have human rights.
In my opinion, if a person is considered a high risk and a public warning needs to be issued, they should not be released. Is the point of our legal system not to keep offenders off the streets and protect us from harm? What happened to that?
It is my opinion, that this man has zero right to be free.




Your point is not unreasonable. However, I think this is a very tricky issue for various reasons.

IMO the most sane response would be to sentence these people to facilities for the criminally insane instead of prison, where their "illnesses" can be treated... and further, facilities which would have staff far more capable of deciding whether these individuals were truly "safe" to re-enter a community.

Of course that most logical of responses would have some people all up in arms too, as they would claim that such a thing would be "getting off light," for the perpetrator. I would disagree with that claim, and invite anyone saying so to spend any extended time in a mental-healthcare facility.

But if we believe that most of these people act compulsively, and are highly likely to re-offend, we really need to start addressing that by treating this like a mental illness.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 01:19 PM
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Originally posted by iwilliam

Originally posted by AccessDenied
I simply can't wrap my head around it. I'm sure the argument is that even though he is a criminal, as is the case with Kayla Bourque, they have served their time and disgustingly enough also still have human rights.
In my opinion, if a person is considered a high risk and a public warning needs to be issued, they should not be released. Is the point of our legal system not to keep offenders off the streets and protect us from harm? What happened to that?
It is my opinion, that this man has zero right to be free.




Your point is not unreasonable. However, I think this is a very tricky issue for various reasons.

IMO the most sane response would be to sentence these people to facilities for the criminally insane instead of prison, where their "illnesses" can be treated... and further, facilities which would have staff far more capable of deciding whether these individuals were truly "safe" to re-enter a community.

Of course that most logical of responses would have some people all up in arms too, as they would claim that such a thing would be "getting off light," for the perpetrator. I would disagree with that claim, and invite anyone saying so to spend any extended time in a mental-healthcare facility.

But if we believe that most of these people act compulsively, and are highly likely to re-offend, we really need to start addressing that by treating this like a mental illness.


From what I have seen in regards to the mental health care system here, it is not much better and just as ill equip t to handle a criminal such as this. These types of people get shuttled back and forth between the two systems and neither gives them punishment nor rehabilitation if such exists.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 01:22 PM
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Canada is foolish for letting Kayla roam free even if she is monitored 24/7. She will move onto humans, every time I've ever read about someone torturing animals and videotaping it for the internet they end up hurting someone. I guess you could all demand the right to bear arms if they do since your gov clearly doesn't care if you end up in a snuff video :-P
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posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 01:26 PM
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Originally posted by iwilliam
IMO the most sane response would be to sentence these people to facilities for the criminally insane instead of prison, where their "illnesses" can be treated... and further, facilities which would have staff far more capable of deciding whether these individuals were truly "safe" to re-enter a community.


Ding, ding, ding. We have a winner. That's exactly what we need but there's no funding for it. Hell, we don't have enough beds for regular offenders and then we have to house the mentally ill? With NO way of treating them? Sad state of affairs.



posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 08:48 PM
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It is hard to believe they are going to let someone like that out! Perhaps the one who decides it is ok for a dangerous offender to be let loose should go to prison if/when the offender re-offends. I am sure that would make them think twice about the decision.



posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 06:31 AM
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Originally posted by intrepid

Originally posted by iwilliam
IMO the most sane response would be to sentence these people to facilities for the criminally insane instead of prison, where their "illnesses" can be treated... and further, facilities which would have staff far more capable of deciding whether these individuals were truly "safe" to re-enter a community.


Ding, ding, ding. We have a winner. That's exactly what we need but there's no funding for it. Hell, we don't have enough beds for regular offenders and then we have to house the mentally ill? With NO way of treating them? Sad state of affairs.

Doesn't Penetang have a facility to house this type of criminal? That was always what we thought Ontario did with those who didn't fit into the prison system. Ship em off to Penetang!



posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 06:57 AM
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I have a theory about this kind of thing. = they release them so they can/will reoffend and keep everyone in jobs.

sorry, I realise that this is a terrible thing to think but after what happened to little Daniel Morcombe in AU, (the killer was released from jail, known pedo who had raped two other boys) did 6 years, was released and he then moved state and killed Morcombe. The general public of AU were not informed/told that this SOB was from NT and had had priors...

if he had been policed correctly (even with an anklet) Morcombe would be alive today.



posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 07:24 AM
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Originally posted by AccessDenied
To those families in those towns, hide your children and hide them well.


But do go gently, the children do not need to have fear instilled in them, lest you play into the hands of those that wish to enfear their populations; ie, systemic manipulation and abuse of parental concern to raise a generation of wusses, always dependent on the state for their 'safety'. Re-enforcing their 'stranger danger' awareness and then carry on as normal, should do it!





Originally posted by Thurisaz

I have a theory about this kind of thing. = they release them so they can/will reoffend and keep everyone in jobs.


And yet, people like this (as well as thugs/gangs) on the streets makes for policing on the cheap, as it can instill fear that keeps people safe indoors, reluctant to venture out, especially after dark, in case they are victimised by crime.



posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 07:26 AM
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That is because your government,like most others,just do not care for the average law-abiding citizen anymore.Somewhere along the line,we ended up being perceived as the enemy.That could be the only possible reason for releasing these contaminants in the gene pool,back into society.
If i ran a country,offenders like these would be shot in the face at pointblank range,on national TV,so the taxpayer dont have to foot the bill for their upkeep while in jail,and they could never pose a threat to any child again.And so other whackjobs and plain evil scum,would get the message loud and clear: I cannot stop you thinking your sick thoughts and fantasies-but Act on it-and you Will be deleted.



posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 11:27 AM
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Originally posted by Thurisaz
reply to post by AccessDenied
 


I have a theory about this kind of thing. = they release them so they can/will reoffend and keep everyone in jobs.

sorry, I realise that this is a terrible thing to think but after what happened to little Daniel Morcombe in AU, (the killer was released from jail, known pedo who had raped two other boys) did 6 years, was released and he then moved state and killed Morcombe. The general public of AU were not informed/told that this SOB was from NT and had had priors...

if he had been policed correctly (even with an anklet) Morcombe would be alive today.





Oh bloody hell, I didn't want to take my thoughts down that road but you could be spot on. No different than staging a mass shooting to push for gun control. Let the scum out to justify whatever agenda they want to push. Not to mention keeping certain agencies in business. Dammit that burns my behind. So sick of children being used to further agendas and line pockets.






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