Ironic that you confess to believing in a prophecy as “revealed” to a twelve year old girl but call my church, based on revelations given to a young boy, a cult.
[-1] November 3, 2013 at 2:39am
A suggested corrections to this story: this person has not been a “registered” offender for over eight years.
For you genius TheBlaze readers, there is no indication that his previous sex offense was against a child, nor that there has been a clinical diagnosis of pedophilia in this case. Pedophilia refers to an attraction to pre-pubescent children. As this girl has given birth, hebephilia is the more likely possibility. You know, if truth and accuracy were at all important to you morons. Which it isn’t, because you’re as much of idiots as liberals are.
November 3, 2013 at 2:22am
Which part of the Bible does that come from?
October 8, 2013 at 5:43am
@allen0617 You realize there’s a difference between a logo and a sweatshirt, right?
October 8, 2013 at 5:40am
Usually LEOs only do that when an arrestee would otherwise not be decent enough (lacking clothing). The only other explanation is that it’s SOP so that the focus is more on facial features, but I highly doubt it. Usually in those cases a non-descript clothing item is used.
September 7, 2013 at 3:10am
Good grief you guys. It’s called UTC or Coordinated Universal Time, or for you @Armorer (yes, I know all about you) Zulu time. Are you that incapable of figuring things out on your own?
How long does a woman have this “right?” So long as the baby has not been delivered? But that burdens her unnecessarily with a child she doesn’t want if she gives birth, so why limit her “rights.”
Your argument is based entirely on geography, not facts.
July 8, 2013 at 6:40am
Jericho for Kansas? Shouldn’t it be Smallville?
June 28, 2013 at 11:46pm
Like other burglars and drug felons, this guy _did_ do this before (check New Jersey’s website). You hypocritical morons never called for him to be killed, even though it is VERY LIKELY he will merely get out in about 5 to 10 and do it again.
June 25, 2013 at 10:18am
He’s done this before. Check the current parolee list in NJ for anyone with a robbery/burglary conviction.
What, none of you guys are advocating to have all burglars/robbers killed yet? Hypocrites.
June 20, 2013 at 12:50am
@UnstChem To answer your response, for the same reason that if you want to find out who robbed a bank or has been selling drugs you look at the people who have been convicted of said crimes before.
As to the rest of your allegations, I have answered in my immediately prior response with facts, not accusations as you have done. Come up with something concrete.
June 20, 2013 at 12:41am
@QTR MOA So presenting a rational, measured response to this story with something other than calls for murder or dismemberment is being a progressive? Look at the history of my posts on this site. I am a conservative rapidly progressing towards libertarian. If you and all of the others posting on this story are truly conservatives, then I’m glad that I’m leaving that particular philosophy far behind. I have been praying for months now that you are merely trolls.
“Among convicted criminals released from prison, sex offenders released from prison are less likely to be arrested for any new crime than most other offenders, with the notable exception of murderers, researchers say.”
“The study found that sex criminals were less likely to be reconvicted over the following three years than the group of all released prisoners — 24% compared with 47%. Child molesters had a lower rate, of 20.4%.”
From the left-wing rag, Wall Street Journal. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120122376053515485.html
@User1 & @Fellow_Citizen Maybe you guys should stop watching so much Nancy Grace and Jane Valez Mitchell and spend a little time researching the facts. On average, sex offenders have a lower recidivism rate than most other groups with the exception of murderers. Definitely lower than robbers and drug criminals.
Castration will have little to no effect on prevention. This HAS been proven.
As to length of time that he will have to serve, Kansas has very strict laws regarding sex crimes, so the 48 months advocated are very likely in line with the nature of the crime actually committed, not what was discussed. He will have to attend treatment, during which he will be evaluated as to what level of sex offender they believe him to be. Kansas was also one of the first states to initiate mandatory post-incarceration hospitalized treatment for severe cases (read, he could be locked up for the rest of his life if they deem him to fit certain criteria).
What you jackovs seem to be forgetting is that he is only 16 years old. For him to be doing this at such a young age screams that something must have happened to him. He can be treated. Depending on whether he is actually a pedophile (its a diagnosis under DSM-IV, not just a label) he could have a good prognosis of never re-offending again..
I agree with your post 13thCousin...but I am perplexed by the "nanny state" and the mentality it breeds. Kids are "over protected" and awarded for just ATTENDING a function that they're involved with. Not a cross word can be said to these kids without a parent involved in a fist fight over the remark. It has become positively outrageous. I'm a post 70 year old and when I was 10 years old I was never home and rode great distances alone on my bike. My parents worked all day and had no time to oversee everything I did and where I went. Maybe somehow it was "different" back then. But than again, cops enforced the law. Bad guys didnt know about "rights". Cops knew who the bad guys were and could "lean" on them. So today we have reaped what we have sowed. Very sad indeed. I cry for my country and what my grandkids are going to have to live with.
May 20, 2013 at 1:13pm
Umm, missing the point. The purported victim was below the age of consent. She could not legally consent to ANY sexual relationship regardless of what her parents thought. There are a **** ton of men in prison for the exact same thing.
May 13, 2013 at 12:13pm
Sadly, no. Accomplices can plead guilty and still have the main instigator of the crime be found not guilty and all will be held up in appeals. It’s up to the state to prove guilt in a trial.
May 2, 2013 at 7:15pm
Thank goodness she didn’t have a toy gun! Or even a poptart chewed into an L shape. Let’s see how far freedom of speech goes then.
May 1, 2013 at 3:47pm
Elections were last year. Now, everything before that is irrelevant. We should all just move along and ignore/forget about what’s happened.
May 1, 2013 at 1:57pm
People have been down in one of the two chambers discovered. Go to the original site to see more pics and read more about it.