Skip to comments.Chelsea, I Apologize
Posted on 03/03/2010 9:06:40 PM PST by stolinsky
Chelsea went missing from her San Diego area home. Her father found her car near a running trail. In addition to being a college-bound honor student who maintained a 4.2 grade-point average despite carrying four advanced-placement classes, as well as being an accomplished musician, Chelsea was also a long-distance runner. Sheriffs deputies and civilian volunteers searched the park where the running trail is located, as well as diving into a nearby lake. According to reports, her underwear was found near the trail. But five days after Chelsea vanished, her body was found in a shallow grave near the lake. Chelseas parents gave her love, support, encouragement, a stable home, a good education, nice clothes and a car. But they could not give her safety. Only we as a society could have done that. We didnt.
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This would be a good way for the police to go. Have women on the force that could pass for teenagers be the armed-to-the-teeth bait in areas where these predators are known to be.
Kids need to be spanked more. We need to get off this “Doctor Spock” minucia. A man once whacked his kid with a pepporoni [or sausage] for getting bad grades. Mom put Daddy in jail. So far as I know, no serious harm was done. I’m not a father and doubt I’d raise a kid in this wussy nation.
Darn, the guy was a repeat offender? I wish someone would have told me that sooner. This belongs in the loony left file if so.
From the article:
“The 30-year-old male is 6-feet-2-inches tall and weighs 230 pounds. In 2000 he pleaded guilty to molesting and beating a 13-year-old girl. For this he could have been sentenced to 11 years, in which case he would still be in prison and Chelsea would be looking forward to college. But despite a psychiatrists report that he showed no remorse and was dangerous, he was sentenced to six years and served only five.”
Read the whole article. He was under investigation for two other assaults, as well.
Think Chelsea was a good kid — she was in the wrong place at the wrong time and was unarmed.
Thank you for the info. We have just had ....
A Close Encounter with the Loony Left [link-list]
[Adding this and your post. Thank you again.]
We all share the guilt,and sarcasm and denial won't change that.
Have a nice day....
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