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Registered Sex Offender Speaks Out
Valley Central ^ | 5/22/10 | Erika Flores

Posted on 05/23/2010 7:58:46 AM PDT by Clint Williams

His face is plastered on the public sex offender registry.

“I’m not going to shy away from this,” said Billy Wayne Johnson.

He did time behind bars.

“I’m not going to hide from this,” said Johnson.

It all stems from claims that Billy Wayne Johnson, a registered sex offender, volunteers at Horizon Montessori Charter School in McAllen.

When the news first aired on Action 4 News, parents were concerned, and after seeing the report, Johnson contact Action 4 News.

“They should have no fears,” said Johnson.

He claims to have been wrongfully accused.

“Unfortunately, I have to carry this label around with me for the rest of my life,” he said.

He’s convicted of indecency with a child, but Johnson said what really happened is that his ex girlfriend made the story up after a falling out.

But if that’s not enough to calm fears, “At no time am I ever left alone on that campus,” he said.

Johnson said two of his children attend the charter school, and he said he was upfront with the school’s administration about his record, and the school has strict policies in place.

“I either have to be escorted by a faculty member or be in plain sight by a faculty member at all times,” said Johnson.

As for claims that he volunteers at the school, he said he gets involved with his children’s school the only way he can, working from home designing the yearbook’s front and back cover.

“I do not go to the school for that,” he said.

Johnson said he understands people’s fears, but said he’s just a man trying to live a normal life with his wife and children.

“I want them to know they’re children are safe, and I want them to know that the school, the district, the administration, including the principal are doing everything they can to ensure those children’s safety,” said Johnson.


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1 posted on 05/23/2010 7:58:46 AM PDT by Clint Williams
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To: Clint Williams

Sex offenders and wife beaters are notorious liars. If a man really wished to make amends, he wouldn’t do this. But the press is always making heroes out of heels, and victims out of vultures.


2 posted on 05/23/2010 8:04:13 AM PDT by Luke21
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To: Clint Williams
The only part of sex offender registration” laws that I have a problem with is the ex post facto aspect.That is,registration...even lifetime registration...can certainly be part of someone’s *sentence* once it's been specified in a law.But requiring registration for an offense committed *before* registration was legislated is ex post facto and,therefore,wrong.
3 posted on 05/23/2010 8:05:01 AM PDT by Gay State Conservative (Host The Beer Summit-->Win The Nobel Peace Prize!)
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To: Clint Williams
Billy Wayne Johnson
4 posted on 05/23/2010 8:07:08 AM PDT by avacado
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To: Clint Williams

I am not familiar with this case but I AM faqmily with being falsely accused, and if I had NOT been able to prove I was not even home at the time I would have been in jail, on nothing more than her say-so.

I even had the district attorney threaten to add more charges for disordely conduct if I did not plead guilty. I told my idiot lawyer to tell him to go ahead and do it.

When my ex failed to appear in court it was dismissed but I lost my house, my job, custody of my children (temporarily) and when I was lucky enough to find a police officer willing to server her an arrest warrant (for filing false charge) the DA refused to prosecute it because “I was just trying to get back at her”.

I threatened a Writ of Mandamus to get him to do his job. And behind my back without my approval they gave her a 6 month ACD (Adjournment contemplating dismissal if she did not do it again for 6 months)

All in all, I lost over $100,000 over this and she got LESS THAN a slap on the wrist, when I had PROOF I WAS NOT THERE (I was in my attorneys office at the time ON THE PHONE with a different judge)

IT should be a FELONY to file a false charge where someone actually sits in jail or suffers financial loss as a result. And yes, I did have 12 black guys threaten me (the only white guy) in the holding cell. Fortunately I am 6’4 and 225 but imagine what would happen to a guy who was not.


5 posted on 05/23/2010 8:08:27 AM PDT by Mr. K (This administration IS WEARING OUT MY CAPSLOCK KEY!)
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To: Clint Williams

That would be the worst crime to be falsely convicted of. You would think he wouldn’t want to be anywhere near kids.


6 posted on 05/23/2010 8:13:12 AM PDT by Anti-Bubba182
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To: Mr. K

I sympathize with your story. Yet, I find the person in this story a wildly deluded person if he feels that because he can claim he didn’t do it he should be allowed contact with other peoples’ children. If he’s serious he should pursue that got him there in the first place - get his original charge reversed.


7 posted on 05/23/2010 8:14:00 AM PDT by Gaffer ("Profiling: The only profile I need is a chalk outline around their dead ass!")
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To: Luke21
Sex offenders and wife beaters are notorious liars.

Very true.But it's also very true that there are cases where a girlfriend/wife makes a false accusation.Revenge and gaining an advantage are two possible motives for doing so.When a guy is accused of such a thing he will very probably be convicted even in cases where he did nothing wrong.And such a conviction is a nightmare in 1,000 different ways.I've read that today it's pretty much SOP for a woman in a divorce case or a child custody case to make an accusation of spousal and/or child abuse.It's very likely that a good percentage of such accusations are,in fact,valid.But I'd wager that some of them...perhaps even a substantial percentage of them...are false.

8 posted on 05/23/2010 8:14:49 AM PDT by Gay State Conservative (Host The Beer Summit-->Win The Nobel Peace Prize!)
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To: Luke21

His middle name is Wayne. They just haven’t found the bodies.


9 posted on 05/23/2010 8:16:11 AM PDT by dangus
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To: Clint Williams

It’s hard to say. An 18-year-old “man” can be made a sex offender for life for having sex with a 16-year-old girl.

Or perhaps he was 30 and she was 14.

Can’t tell, just from this.


10 posted on 05/23/2010 8:18:40 AM PDT by pogo101
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To: Luke21

And if you were falsely accused...would your denials make you a liar?


11 posted on 05/23/2010 8:20:24 AM PDT by GGpaX4DumpedTea (I am a tea party descendant - steeped in the Constitutional legacy handed down by the Founders)
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To: avacado
Billy Wayne Johnson

I noticed that too. Guilty!

12 posted on 05/23/2010 8:22:16 AM PDT by Menehune56 ("Let them hate so long as they fear" (Oderint Dum Metuant), Lucius Accius, (170 BC - 86 BC))
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To: Clint Williams
Sex offenders, such as rapists, pedophiles, and exhibitionists, are among the highest reoccurring offense populations in the United States probation system. These offenders commit crimes that put fear into the general public and pose a threat to people that live in their neighborhoods. These offenders should be punished and not let off or forgiven of their crime(s) just because they have gone through a treatment program, most or which cannot show a significant success rate.

Chemical castration is an ideal punishment for sex offenders. When Depo-Provera is administered, recidivism rates fall to 5%. Their sexual fantasies are lessened as a result of the reduction of testosterone levels. Although men administered this drug are capable of having sexual intercourse, many people argue that chemical castration is cruel and unusual punishment. This argument is countered by the fact that sex offenders are required to get injections only once a month. What is “cruel and unusual” is allowing sex offenders to attack innocent women and children. This effective therapy will protect future victims. It is an “offender friendly” way of reducing sexual violence.He might be innocent but why take the chance...

13 posted on 05/23/2010 8:23:54 AM PDT by FreeperDoll
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To: Gay State Conservative

I believe this is one of the fuzzy areas of law. By having the state do it, they meet some of the outcry for such a registration; without such justice, there would be greater approval for more extreme tactics done with the aid of the internet.

My concern — and this doesn’t rise to cause to oppose such registration — is that there is often little distinction made between levels of offense: to the public, a “sex offender” is a “sex offender” is a “sex offender”: a peeping tom is no different than a rapist. And how natural is it to fear that the guy busted for being a peeping tom is really a rapist! But it’s also natural to fear that a burglar is a murderer, yet we don’t presume as a society that a burglar is a murderer and punish his as such.


14 posted on 05/23/2010 8:24:58 AM PDT by dangus
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To: Mr. K

Sorry to hear that. Glad you got through it (relatively speaking). We had a teenage girl (with her mother) staying in my house for a while, because of a problem with their house. She was REAL QUIET and it started scaring me. It then occurred to me that she could accuse me of ANYTHING (if she got angry about something), and had NOTHING to lose (whereas my kids would lose their father, if they tried that stunt).

She was out soon after - and I’ve been breathing much easier since.


15 posted on 05/23/2010 8:25:44 AM PDT by BobL
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To: FreeperDoll

Two words for you, and these two words remove recidivism from the equation: frontal lobotomy. By using the right mix of chemicals injected directly into the frontal lobes, there is a cure.


16 posted on 05/23/2010 8:26:48 AM PDT by MHGinTN (Obots, believing they cannot be deceived, it is impossible to convince them when they are deceived.)
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To: Luke21
If a man really wished to make amends, he wouldn’t do this.

Yes, precisely. And isn't it strange that of all the places he wants to volunteer, he chooses a place where small children are available?

17 posted on 05/23/2010 8:28:03 AM PDT by Mr Ramsbotham ("I'll retire to Bedlam.")
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To: Gay State Conservative
I work in a prison. Genuine sex offenders and domestic violence abusers can often charm a snake. But their stories start at A, bounce over to D, and never quite reach Z. To a man, they claim innocence. That is how sociopaths operate.

My point is that if a man were innocent, he would avoid troubling others as a way of making amends, keeping to himself until he rebuilt his life. All sex offenders claim to be falsely accused. It's part of the game. But the ultimate desire is to be in proximity to children.

I worked with a man who looked me in the eye and told me he didn't molest his daughter. A jury found otherwise. He claimed to have been persecuted by his ex-wife, who invented the story. His defense was charm, not truth. He's in prison now.

I work as a counselor, and if I had violated one of my female clients, I would have been subject to numerous sanctions and lost my license. How is this guy allowed in the presence of children? Bottom line.

18 posted on 05/23/2010 8:28:58 AM PDT by Luke21
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To: Mr. K

I think it should be the death penalty for false accusation.


19 posted on 05/23/2010 8:29:24 AM PDT by Scutter
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To: Luke21

If he is innocent and was wrongly accused, for what exactly is he making amends?


20 posted on 05/23/2010 8:31:46 AM PDT by Scutter
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To: MHGinTN
to-shay!
21 posted on 05/23/2010 8:34:05 AM PDT by FreeperDoll
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To: avacado

you are good! LOL! Well done.


22 posted on 05/23/2010 8:35:49 AM PDT by Dudoight
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To: Mr. K

That is terrible, it is sad that there are people in the world who will do stuff like that. It is amazing that is doesn’t happen more often. It is scary especially now with the government being filled with thugs.


23 posted on 05/23/2010 8:38:03 AM PDT by mel
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To: FreeperDoll
He might be innocent but why take the chance...

You can never, ever, ever take a chance. That's why they should all be shot immediately upon conviction. And if a few innocent get executed in the process, well, we have lots and lots more people. Hundreds of million of them. We can afford to lose a few in order to be safe.

I think I lost a tag around here somewhere...

24 posted on 05/23/2010 8:44:16 AM PDT by Clint Williams (America -- a great idea, didn't last.)
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To: mel

Wait until sending a link to FR, or mentioning the unconstitutionality of the Obama administration, or disparaging Obamacare to ANYONE under 18 is defined as ‘Child Abuse’.


25 posted on 05/23/2010 8:45:09 AM PDT by RedStateRocker (Nuke Mecca, Deport all illegals, abolish the IRS, DEA and ATF.)
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To: Luke21

“Sex offenders and wife beaters are notorious liars.”

So are vindictive women.

“If a man really wished to make amends, he wouldn’t do this.”

Amends for what? You don’t makd amends for being falsley accused. What would he do? It’s his children’s school.

Hank


26 posted on 05/23/2010 8:50:56 AM PDT by Hank Kerchief (--Jolly Green Giant)
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To: RedStateRocker

Actually, I can see this happening.


27 posted on 05/23/2010 8:53:04 AM PDT by mel
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To: avacado

“Billy Wayne Johnson”

LOL! You are right, the three name giveaway!


28 posted on 05/23/2010 8:53:23 AM PDT by jocon307 (It's the spending, stupid.)
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To: Mr Ramsbotham

“... he chooses a place where small children are available?

Do you people read, It’s his own children’s school, and the work he does is at home. Good grief!


29 posted on 05/23/2010 8:56:55 AM PDT by Hank Kerchief (--Jolly Green Giant)
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To: Scutter

We need to go back to The Code of Hammurabi.


30 posted on 05/23/2010 8:58:27 AM PDT by MinorityRepublican
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To: Luke21

“I work as a counselor ...”

Ah, that explains everything.


31 posted on 05/23/2010 8:58:47 AM PDT by Hank Kerchief (--Jolly Green Giant)
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To: Mr. K

Damn. What did the 12 black guys threaten you with?

The laws make it like that. And the laws are intentionally made to destroy the cohesive American family in my opinion, by incentivizing divorce and behavior such as you describe.

I am being so careful in choosing my wife.


32 posted on 05/23/2010 9:03:12 AM PDT by chuck_the_tv_out ( <<< click my name: now featuring Freeper classifieds)
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To: Clint Williams

Don’t know about this guy but false accusations are a very real possibility.

I work with children as a substitute teacher. If a bunch of people got together and falsely accused me, even if the charges were dropped, my life would be over.

That’s why it is very important to keep a stock of ammo in case one needs to commit suicide.


33 posted on 05/23/2010 9:04:02 AM PDT by Soothesayer (The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left Ecclesiastes10:2)
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To: Clint Williams

“well said” Thats why I said “why take the chance” No way in hell would I...><>


34 posted on 05/23/2010 9:06:32 AM PDT by FreeperDoll
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To: Luke21
My point is that if a man were innocent, he would avoid troubling others as a way of making amends,

So you must be a sociopath then right? You think innocent people should be making ammends? For what?

I think if innocent this guy should probably avoid schools run by a society that terribly let him down. I think the school should not let in someone around other peoples children who society to terribly let down. You never know when they might understandable snap at having their life unfairly ruined. But innocent people making ammends, if a story ever starts at A bounces to D and next quite reaches Z, your right there is the prime example.
35 posted on 05/23/2010 9:19:45 AM PDT by JLS (Democrats: People who won't* even let you enjoy an unseasonably warm winter day.)
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To: pogo101
An 18-year-old “man” can be made a sex offender for life for having sex with a 16-year-old girl.

Technically that is true. But unless there is four or more years difference in their ages most jurisdictions won't file charges.
36 posted on 05/23/2010 9:24:42 AM PDT by redheadtoo
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To: Luke21
I work in a prison. Genuine sex offenders and domestic violence abusers can often charm a snake. But their stories start at A, bounce over to D, and never quite reach Z. To a man, they claim innocence. That is how sociopaths operate.

Understood.I have no doubt that a huge percentage of those in prison...perhaps 95% plus...are guilty as charged.And I'd wager that a very substantial percentage of prisoners are,in fact,sociopaths.I also recognize that most truly guilty prisoners will proclaim their innocence from the highest mountaintops.

My point is that if a man were innocent, he would avoid troubling others as a way of making amends, keeping to himself until he rebuilt his life.

But why would a truly innocent guy have to make amends or rebuild his life? At least in terms of the crime he's alledged to have committed?

All sex offenders claim to be falsely accused. It's part of the game.

Understood

But the ultimate desire is to be in proximity to children.

Yes,I can see why a pervert would want to be around kids just as I can see why a thief might want to work at a bank.But I'll go out on a limb here and suggest that there are guys (and gals) who *aren't* perverts who derive a certain amount of joy or satisfaction from being around kids as well.

I worked with a man who looked me in the eye and told me he didn't molest his daughter. A jury found otherwise. He claimed to have been persecuted by his ex-wife, who invented the story. His defense was charm, not truth. He's in prison now.

Years ago I worked in the ER of a large Boston hospital.Our ER was the first in the city to form a "rape crisis" team.Its goals were to assist rape victims,physically and psychologically,in all possible ways *and* to collect evidence in such a way as to assist prosecutors as much as possible.The doctors and nurses involved in a particular rape case were often called into court to act as "expert witnesses".Once in a while...but not often...a nurse would come out of the room of such a patient and say something like "she's lying".And these were nurses who were *passionate* advocates for rape victims.The main point I'm trying to make is that while I understand that child molestation occurs and while I assume that the large majority of such accusations are valid my hunch is that,today,a noteworthy percentage of them are,at best,mistaken and,at worst,malicious and criminal.

I work as a counselor, and if I had violated one of my female clients, I would have been subject to numerous sanctions and lost my license. How is this guy allowed in the presence of children? Bottom line.

Not having heard any of the evidence against this guy I can't be sure if he's guilty or innocent.The only three things I know about his case are 1)child molestation *does* occur...2)most *genuine* child molesters will deny their guilt...usually to the bitter end....3)some women can,and *do*,make false accusations to get revenge...or to gain advantage in a child custody case.

37 posted on 05/23/2010 9:45:22 AM PDT by Gay State Conservative (Host The Beer Summit-->Win The Nobel Peace Prize!)
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To: Mr. K

Have you considered writing an article, or a book, about the abuses heaped on those whom a vengeful female accuses?

When America removed the presumption of innocence in cases where a female accuses a male of “harassment”, or other sex related “offense”, then the abuses occurred.

Turns out there was a reason American Law was predicated upon presumption of innocence.

Anything else is a short, slippery slope down into tyranny.


38 posted on 05/23/2010 9:45:56 AM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is essential to examine principles,)
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To: redheadtoo
Technically that is true. But unless there is four or more years difference in their ages most jurisdictions won't file charges.

I think it varies from sate to state.I think some states make allowances in their statutory rape laws for cases where the girl *and* the boy are both young and both at least close to being the same age...perhaps within a year or two.

39 posted on 05/23/2010 9:48:05 AM PDT by Gay State Conservative (Host The Beer Summit-->Win The Nobel Peace Prize!)
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To: BobL

“She was out soon after - and I’ve been breathing much easier since.”

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you are now bait on a sharp hook for the rest of your life. All the female has to do is make a claim years later, and you are presumed guilty under the present laws.

Factor in a “Special Victims Division” employee needing publicity, wanting to enlarge the division, or just a nasty lesbian who hates men - and you are in the middle of a legal nightmare.

May G*d rot America’s lawyers and the “factions” and their “activists”.


40 posted on 05/23/2010 9:51:50 AM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is essential to examine principles,)
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To: Clint Williams

“We can afford to lose a few in order to be safe.”

Perhaps a reading of Blackstone might enlighten you as to why Americans used to make such a central issue of presumption of innocence.


41 posted on 05/23/2010 9:54:32 AM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is essential to examine principles,)
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To: Luke21

Think about this...it is incredibly easy to destroy a man’s life by falsely accusing him of a sexual crime against a child. If a scorned wife with no conscience leveled false charges of child abuse against her husband, there is no way that the man can prove his innocence. He will be branded a sex offender for the rest of his life. Even if the wife recants her charge, there will always be that seed of doubt and “just to be safe”, society will require that the man continue to be considered a sex offender nevertheless.


42 posted on 05/23/2010 10:03:44 AM PDT by SamAdams76 (I am 92 days away from outliving Francis Gary Powers)
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To: Soothesayer
I teach in a college and have a few strict rules. I'm NEVER alone with a student and I never see a student socially. I worked with kids at a summer church camp for several years, but I will not do it any more.

I've known five people accused of sexual misconduct. I suspect two of them did it. Of the other three, one was a wife having an affair and accused the husband of harassing her. The chief of police for the small town where this occurred was sitting in a restaurant looking at the guy being accused when she called to claim he was trying to break into her house. A second one got involved in a divorce and was told flat out that he could give up the kids or she'd accuse him of molesting them. The third was a guy who took in his niece from a lesbian in-law. After the niece returned to the mother, she apparently became upset because the niece wanted to return to her uncle and didn't want to live with mom and her "second mommy." The woman made one call from out of state and it took two years to get the charges dropped. My friend was fortunate that he worked in a factory. One single phone call like that and I would be out of a job.

43 posted on 05/23/2010 10:04:43 AM PDT by Richard Kimball (We're all criminals. They just haven't figured out what some of us have done yet.)
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To: Richard Kimball

Yep - this type of thing is definitely a “Guilty until proven innocent” situation.


44 posted on 05/23/2010 10:08:58 AM PDT by ErnBatavia (It's not the Obama Administration....it's the "Obama Regime".)
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To: Hank Kerchief

After seeing how vindictive my ex was during our divorce, I don’t doubt that many women are capable and willing to destroy a man’s life over a previous slight. After all, our society devalues men everyday, what’s the life of one man?


45 posted on 05/23/2010 10:11:26 AM PDT by Republic of Texas (Socialism Always Fails)
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To: Richard Kimball

That’s why I’m going to remain mostly isolated from people. No relationships, no marriage, no kids. Nobody can be trusted.


46 posted on 05/23/2010 10:17:54 AM PDT by Soothesayer (The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left Ecclesiastes10:2)
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To: GladesGuru

“Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you are now bait on a sharp hook for the rest of your life. All the female has to do is make a claim years later, and you are presumed guilty under the present laws.”

I hear you - but we never did have a problem - in fact we got along fine. It was my mind looking into what could happen if we did have a falling out. Technically, she could go after me now, but in this case, I’m not worried.

But it is one of those things you HAVE TO now think about before getting into a situation - specifically, are you at risk of being falsely accused for a crime where there is no defense. Best way to deal with it - send the girl packing, or never let her in, in the first place.


47 posted on 05/23/2010 10:40:07 AM PDT by BobL
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To: Republic of Texas

“... what’s the life of one man?”

Well, as Fred Freed say, “Women could run the world just fine without men...until the old needs to be changed.”

Hank


48 posted on 05/23/2010 10:51:18 AM PDT by Hank Kerchief (--Jolly Green Giant)
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To: Clint Williams

“Wrongfully accused”

Yea, sure....uh uh...

We have a cretin here in this valley who must register for life for his prior actions.

He has multiple charges in multiple jurisdictions, been imprisoned in multiple different prisons, tried & convicted for attacking multiple women....& HE SAYS IT IS ALL A MISTAKE !!!

They all lie— better than anything else they can do.
He cannot get or hold a job. When someone gives him a chance, he gets mouthy within 6 weeks, and arrogant...gets fired. No unemployment.

He collects food stamps & is currently registered with no address—as an ‘itinerant”.

That means that he is couch surfing & if the cops are looking for him for anything, they have to cast far & wide to find him. Another travesty on the community.

He tells people that all those charges are wrong——that someone is using his name!!!

Sure they are—just what someone would want to be—a 2 strike felony & other charges person. Who would not want to aspire to that status?

He uses drugs & we think he is dealing. One of these days, he will come to a bad end.
Cannot come soon enough.


49 posted on 05/23/2010 10:56:23 AM PDT by ridesthemiles
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To: BobL

“Best way to deal with it - send the girl packing, or never let her in, in the first place.”

One more example of how Liberalism runs afoul of the Law of Unintended Consequences.

No Liberal I know, and I know many of those things, would want to create a disincentive to the helping of a female, much less to helping a girl.

Such are the unavoidable results of abandoning the presumption of innocence.

As George Washington said, “The Constitution is sacredly obligatory upon all.”


50 posted on 05/23/2010 11:39:40 AM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is essential to examine principles,)
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