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To: myknowledge

The justice system KNEW this guy was a predator and still released him back into society. The justice system also knows there is no successful rehabilitation for these monsters but keeps creating more victims.

If he was incarcerated for life or DP the FIRST time, these kids would not have died at this guys hands.


8 posted on 03/09/2010 5:34:47 AM PST by Molon Labbie
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To: Molon Labbie

This is going on all over the place. We have had two teenage girls murdered here by sex offenders, the latest just last year by a known sexual predator, who was out on “supervised release”. What that meant was he wore a radio ankle collar, and listed an abandoned house as his address when in fact he was homeless and living on the streets. A 16 year old girl met hem crossing a lot, he hit on her, she giggled, and he murdered her and hid the body.

The other one was a registered sex offender AND a violent mental case who was living at home with Mom and Dad who were scared to death of him. He wandered into the local McDonalds one night right before closing, walked up to a 17 year old girl he had never met and who was cleaning tables, and stabbed her to death with the knife he brought with him.

Violent sex offenders only get more violent. Releasing them on bond or parole only guarantees that somebody else’s young daughter is going to be violently taken from them.

This isn’t going to change any time soon, so the only thing you can do is remain hyper-vigilant and be aware who the Authorities are moving into your neighborhood, and be prepared to defend whatever you hold dear by yourself.


12 posted on 03/09/2010 5:46:10 AM PST by Bean Counter (I keeps mah feathers numbered, for just such an emergency...)
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