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Post Reply Father of convicted rapist says son should not be punished for "20 minutes of action."
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Hmm, I was going to say something but I don't think I can put it any more eloquently than that.
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Ahem... all rapist should be put to death, pretty simple no? That's not extreme, it sends a message, make him an example, broadcast it live.

But no, we will keep them alive, we will keep them strong, to rape again and again, because there is no such thing as justice anymore, just a paycheck, we don't care about who's life is ruined as long as we get paid.

That's why I don't really care about shit like this, because nothing will be done about it, and people will cry and bitch about it until the day they die, never learning a Fuckin thing except keeping the cash flow coming, more cases, more money, waiting for trial, waiting for the verdict, oh sorry wait another 6 months and we will get back to you, so busy busy, you were only raped suck it up.

Seriously, there is no point in caring anymore, if I was ever summoned for jury duty for a rape case, I'd be yelling out, put them to death, and I'll be the one kicked out or prosecuted under contempt, because no matter what they did every human life is precious oh my I'm so moved, ohhhhh I'm soo triggered right now
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This has nothing to do with politics. It's entirely about the father crying about how his sex offender son is being treated like a sex offender. Let's get back on subject now.
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Sorry kid. Go to jail. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200.
That should fix him. Criminals do have a sense of honor and they don't treat rapists well. They rape them and beat them down all the time. He's going to come out of that prison a broken man and he'll probably never touch another woman in his life.

Also he shouldn't flatter his son like that. 20 minutes?
Hehehe. Now I'm just bein' goofy.

Anyway here are my thoughts on the argument side of this thread. Go to bed!
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Posted 6/6/16
Don't do the crime if you can't do the time. I have zero sympathy for this man. He is most definitely not a victim, pls.
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kinga750 wrote:


maxgale wrote:




First, yes, yes it is.


Second, no, no I am not. If I were not, there would not be entire countries where this is their attitude:


http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/24/world/europe/norway-prison-bastoy-nicest



Where someone can commit some of the most appalling crimes and be out of jail in their early 30s.



Or, if we are being honest, their 20s:



http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/man-burns-pregnant-girlfriend-alive-because-he-did-not-want-to-be-father-germany-a6888806.html


You were the first one to bring up politics, so you created the argument. Then you take the most extreme examples of lenient justice systems and assume everyone on the left supports them. Meaning you assigned sides and values preemptively to suit your own beliefs. Then you ignore the actual possible discussion about the issue you raised out of nowhere, and instead focus on bashing people with different politics than you. Bravo.





I wasn't the first to bring up politics, as I already explained to someone else the thread itself is predicated on how we as a society view our laws and justice system. I did not take the "most extreme" examples of Liberal beliefs. When three-fourths of an entire continent has its legal system based on such views, and some of the most basic political philosophy and activism on an entirely different continent shares those beliefs (hello there, "Black Lives Matter"), then we aren't talking about fringe beliefs of an ideology, we are talking about the mainstream beliefs of that ideology.
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kinga750 wrote:
You were the first one to bring up politics, so you created the argument. Then you take the most extreme examples of lenient justice systems and assume everyone on the left supports them. Meaning you assigned sides and values preemptively to suit your own beliefs. Then you ignore the actual possible discussion about the issue you raised out of nowhere, and instead focus on bashing people with different politics than you.


So....what you're saying is this is the first time you've met max?
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runec wrote:
So....what you're saying is this is the first time you've met max?


maxgale wrote:
I wasn't the first to bring up politics, as I already explained to someone else the thread itself is predicated on how we as a society view our laws and justice system. I did not take the "most extreme" examples of Liberal beliefs. When three-fourths of an entire continent has its legal system based on such views, and some of the most basic political philosophy and activism on an entirely different continent shares those beliefs (hello there, "Black Lives Matter"), then we aren't talking about fringe beliefs of an ideology, we are talking about the mainstream beliefs of that ideology.

Bleh, I usually don't engage. This isn't the place to do it anyway. There is a discussion to be had about justice systems, their morality, their effectiveness, and the politics that support them. I'm sure I could find common ground with max on some of those issues. But nobody really wants a discussion or even a debate. They just want to spout off about their own particular brand of politics, marginalize anyone who feels differently, and circle jerk with the few individuals who agree with them. Talk about an exercise in futility. Anyway I've contributed to the derailing of this thread too much already.
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His mugshot.



Just in case you didn't already want to punch him enough.

Oh, and this is his sentencing mugshot conveniently coming out after the trial is over. His arresting mugshot still has not been released by the police. Wouldn't want to mess up the defense's golden boy narrative.
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kinga750 wrote:
I'm sure I could find common ground with max on some of those issues.


This really is the first time you've met max isn't it? ;p

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The letter from the victim/female is gut wrenching read on the internet very sad and serious it was read aloud in court case I think?
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runec wrote:


kinga750 wrote:
I'm sure I could find common ground with max on some of those issues.


This really is the first time you've met max isn't it? ;p

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I do wonder what this father would feel if someone just happened to have too much to drink and raped his daughter or his wife. Surely he'd be okay with it if the "action" only lasted a few minutes. I can understand being a father and wanting to stand by your child even if they do something horrible but there's a huge difference between standing by your son and this absolute drivel.
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oh hell no. he did something bad he goes to jail. my grandma told what happens when others find out what you did.
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The letter from the victim/female is gut wrenching read on the internet very sad and serious it was read aloud in court case I think?


Yes, and the judge even after hearing that still turned around and gave this asshole a mere 6 months. The judge is an alumni from the same university at that.

Conversely, the support statements from the guy's dad, friends, etc are all cringe inducing in their complete lack of empathy or responsibility.



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