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(FOX6Now)   "You leave town tonight, right now. And when you're gone, you stay gone, or you be gone. You lost all your Wisconsin privileges. Deal?"   (fox6now.com ) divider line
    More: Strange, Wisconsin, Sturtevant, townships, privileges, plea deal, trustees, John Thillemann  
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2012-07-19 11:54:30 PM  
Oh, I bet Texas is going to be thrilled.
 
2012-07-19 11:58:03 PM  
Gee, thanks, Wisconsin. We really needed a few more gun-happy pedophiles here.
 
2012-07-20 12:01:34 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I bet Texas is going to be thrilled.


He is indeed bound for the Promised Land

/how long before he's in a much different Fark headline?
//likely something involving lynching
 
2012-07-20 12:07:19 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I bet Texas is going to be thrilled.

He is indeed bound for the Promised Land

/how long before he's in a much different Fark headline?
//likely something involving lynching


MaudlinMutantMollusk: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I bet Texas is going to be thrilled.

He is indeed bound for the Promised Land

/how long before he's in a much different Fark headline?
//likely something involving lynching


Less than a month.

Don't mess with Texas, pedo.
 
2012-07-20 12:08:30 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I bet Texas is going to be thrilled.

He is indeed bound for the Promised Land

/how long before he's in a much different Fark headline?
//likely something involving lynching


We're talking Texas. I'm thinking more State Board of Education.
 
2012-07-20 12:10:52 AM  
The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?
 
2012-07-20 12:23:24 AM  

NewportBarGuy: The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?


According to this article the Ak-47 was from his tours of Vietnam in 1968 & 1969.
 
2012-07-20 12:26:35 AM  

NewportBarGuy: The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?


Ha, that was my first question as well :)
 
2012-07-20 12:29:41 AM  

vartian: NewportBarGuy: The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?

Ha, that was my first question as well :)


And mine.
 
2012-07-20 12:30:05 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: According to this article the Ak-47 was from his tours of Vietnam in 1968 & 1969.


There's no legal way to bring that sh*t home. Not since WWII was the sh*t legal to do (Part of Korea). Even if you shipped it out piece by piece. He's in violation of UCMJ by admitting that he took home a war trophy. He's well passed the grandfather clause. You can't take sh*t with you, legally. Even during Vietnam.
 
2012-07-20 12:53:59 AM  
STURTEVANT - A Racine County trustee has been banished from the state of Wisconsin

That sounds Racineist to me.
 
2012-07-20 12:58:29 AM  
What's his Fark handle?
 
2012-07-20 02:37:57 AM  
States can banish people? It's not like we can send them into the uncharted frontier anymore.
 
2012-07-20 02:45:55 AM  
So Wisconsin jurisprudence is based on the example of the Catholic church?
 
2012-07-20 02:47:50 AM  
Green Bay gets rid of Favre once and for all?
 
2012-07-20 02:47:51 AM  

insertsnarkyusername: States can banish people? It's not like we can send them into the uncharted frontier anymore.


...both male and female shall ye put out, without the camp shall ye put them; that they defile not their camp, in the midst whereof I dwell.

It's the Christian thing to do.
 
2012-07-20 02:49:51 AM  

Lucky bastards

mooovie.org

 
2012-07-20 02:50:26 AM  

NewportBarGuy: There's no legal way to bring that sh*t home. Not since WWII was the sh*t legal to do (Part of Korea).


My dad couldn't even bring home his leather flight jacket from Korea, let alone those seven Chinese heads he had collected.
 
2012-07-20 02:51:28 AM  

NewportBarGuy: Bathia_Mapes: According to this article the Ak-47 was from his tours of Vietnam in 1968 & 1969.

There's no legal way to bring that sh*t home. Not since WWII was the sh*t legal to do (Part of Korea). Even if you shipped it out piece by piece. He's in violation of UCMJ by admitting that he took home a war trophy. He's well passed the grandfather clause. You can't take sh*t with you, legally. Even during Vietnam.


My Dad had a chance to bring home a PPSh-41 from Korea. He was too smart for that. I would have probably tried it...
 
2012-07-20 02:54:46 AM  

insertsnarkyusername: States can banish people? It's not like we can send them into the uncharted frontier anymore.


A commentator on the station's news story summed it up: "Isn't this how the Catholic Church deals with pedophile priests? Just ship them off for someone else to deal with? How does this solve anything? It just makes it "not our problem". I think that stinks"
 
2012-07-20 02:55:00 AM  
A criminal complaint shows during an investigation deputies came across illegal weapons, and an AK-47 tucked under Thillemann's bed.

Oh, Texas will welcome him with open arms. But since he's going to have to move here before October he's liable to melt.

/All my uncle got to bring home from Vietnam was a bullet in his buttocks.
//And he never told my grandmother he'd earned a purple heart.
 
2012-07-20 02:55:31 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I bet Texas is going to be thrilled.


Can Texas reject him? ugh.
 
2012-07-20 02:56:16 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: NewportBarGuy: The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?

According to this article the Ak-47 was from his tours of Vietnam in 1968 & 1969.


I knew a guy 15+ years ago who had brought an AK back from his tour(s) in Vietnam. He showed it to me once. I know that the AK is an extremely durable weapon, but his was so corroded and rusted that I'm not even sure it could be used as an effective bludgeoning weapon. I don't expect news articles to make such a distinction. Of course, when discussing a teen obsessed pervert, I don't think it really matters all that much.
 
2012-07-20 02:56:38 AM  
geez-just like the catholic church-dont do anything, just ship him off to another parish--or in this case, a different state

way to go, cheeseheads
 
2012-07-20 03:02:40 AM  
Jail or Texas? Jail or Texas? Hmmm ... I'd be asking how often they serve meatloaf. If it's less than once a week, I'd take jail.

/kind of like "hump" or "death"
//"humperdinck"?
/// no ...
 
2012-07-20 03:04:04 AM  

Joliebleu: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I bet Texas is going to be thrilled.

Can Texas reject him? ugh.


One can only hope.
 
2012-07-20 03:05:57 AM  
Time to call in some hard, pipe hitting motherfarkers to go to work with blowtorches and some pliers.

/or maybe not
 
2012-07-20 03:17:20 AM  

fragMasterFlash: Time to call in some hard, pipe hitting motherfarkers to go to work with blowtorches and some pliers.

/or maybe not


On your bangtail?

/boatdrinks.
 
2012-07-20 03:25:14 AM  
See, they make you think you're going to Texas then when you're on the plane zap you with something to knock you out and you wake up on a park bench in Oaxaca.

Even if I were banned from Wiscansin I would have to sneak back at least once a year.

/That Leinenkugel brewery tour is too much to resist
 
2012-07-20 03:26:16 AM  
I had no idea it was even legal to do that to people in Canada.
 
2012-07-20 03:27:20 AM  
3.bp.blogspot.com
Knows a thing or two about being banished from somewhere..
/Not obscure...
 
2012-07-20 03:30:38 AM  

zulius: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 256x222]
Knows a thing or two about being banished from somewhere..
/Not obscure...


Instafav'd, the only thing better than instagreen.
 
2012-07-20 03:31:15 AM  

NewportBarGuy: The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?


SEAL Team 6 likely didn't even get souveniers from their successful raid of bin Laden's house, yet this dude got to bring home HIS FARKING AK-47??? Clearly, this is not my father's military anymore.
 
2012-07-20 03:34:21 AM  
Too bad he wasn't a woman. We all could be having a pleasant giggle about the whole thing right now. Instead, now i have to go put on my righteous indignation pants.
 
2012-07-20 03:36:31 AM  

foxyshadis: zulius: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 256x222]
Knows a thing or two about being banished from somewhere..
/Not obscure...

Instafav'd, the only thing better than instagreen.


Glad to be of service :)
 
2012-07-20 03:41:53 AM  

Philbb: Bathia_Mapes: NewportBarGuy: The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?

According to this article the Ak-47 was from his tours of Vietnam in 1968 & 1969.

I knew a guy 15+ years ago who had brought an AK back from his tour(s) in Vietnam. He showed it to me once. I know that the AK is an extremely durable weapon, but his was so corroded and rusted that I'm not even sure it could be used as an effective bludgeoning weapon. I don't expect news articles to make such a distinction. Of course, when discussing a teen obsessed pervert, I don't think it really matters all that much.


First, if your buddy still has that gun, he could face up to ten years in federal prison if he gets caught. Second, It's an AK-47. Odds are very good that if you used a hammer to free up the bolt, that it would work just fine. Of course, make sure the barrel isn't plugged full of mud or other gunk, or it could explode on you. In Nam, a story goes that an AK-47 was found that had been dropped in a swamp months earlier, and was covered in mud and rust. A U.S. soldier threw it in his locker and forgot about it months more, which allowed it to rust even more. He eventually decided to see if it still worked, so he whacked the bolt with a sledge hammer until the bolt was free, and the thing worked flawlessly. I don't know if that story is completely true, but the AK-47 is extremely rugged and simply built. You often times can't hit the side of a barn from the inside of the barn with them, but they will take a huge amount of abuse and keep working.

Anyways, the illegal weapon is a federal issue. He can and should be charged with violating the national firearms act of 1934, and given the maximum ten years if federal prison.
Of course I also wholeheartedly support the prison population being informed the details of his crimes, and then his release into the general population. These type of people don't last long in prison if the other inmates know what they did. The banishment from Wisconsin part, can't be constitutional, and is stupid. If he hurts any kids wherever he moves to, the judge and prosecutors in Wisconsin are partly to blame.
 
2012-07-20 03:42:47 AM  

NewportBarGuy: Bathia_Mapes: According to this article the Ak-47 was from his tours of Vietnam in 1968 & 1969.

There's no legal way to bring that sh*t home. Not since WWII was the sh*t legal to do (Part of Korea). Even if you shipped it out piece by piece. He's in violation of UCMJ by admitting that he took home a war trophy. He's well passed the grandfather clause. You can't take sh*t with you, legally. Even during Vietnam.


So if someone got a german Luger in WW2, it's illegal?.
 
2012-07-20 03:45:42 AM  
Getting kicked out of Wisconsin is punishment?!??
 
2012-07-20 03:46:15 AM  

BigBooper: Philbb: Bathia_Mapes: NewportBarGuy: The attorney says the AK-47 was a souvenir from Thillemann's time in the military.

Wait. What military was he in?

According to this article the Ak-47 was from his tours of Vietnam in 1968 & 1969.

I knew a guy 15+ years ago who had brought an AK back from his tour(s) in Vietnam. He showed it to me once. I know that the AK is an extremely durable weapon, but his was so corroded and rusted that I'm not even sure it could be used as an effective bludgeoning weapon. I don't expect news articles to make such a distinction. Of course, when discussing a teen obsessed pervert, I don't think it really matters all that much.

First, if your buddy still has that gun, he could face up to ten years in federal prison if he gets caught. Second, It's an AK-47. Odds are very good that if you used a hammer to free up the bolt, that it would work just fine. Of course, make sure the barrel isn't plugged full of mud or other gunk, or it could explode on you. In Nam, a story goes that an AK-47 was found that had been dropped in a swamp months earlier, and was covered in mud and rust. A U.S. soldier threw it in his locker and forgot about it months more, which allowed it to rust even more. He eventually decided to see if it still worked, so he whacked the bolt with a sledge hammer until the bolt was free, and the thing worked flawlessly. I don't know if that story is completely true, but the AK-47 is extremely rugged and simply built. You often times can't hit the side of a barn from the inside of the barn with them, but they will take a huge amount of abuse and keep working.

Anyways, the illegal weapon is a federal issue. He can and should be charged with violating the national firearms act of 1934, and given the maximum ten years if federal prison.
Of course I also wholeheartedly support the prison population being informed the details of his crimes, and then his release into the general population. These type of people don't last long in prison i ...


Pretty much yeah. The AK is made with such loose tolerances that it would most likely work if even rusted.
 
2012-07-20 03:47:00 AM  

skantea: Too bad he wasn't a woman. We all could be having a pleasant giggle about the whole thing right now. Instead, now i have to go put on my righteous indignation pants.


I've got some torches, who's got the pitchforks?

/someone get a rope
 
2012-07-20 03:48:13 AM  

phrawgh: insertsnarkyusername: States can banish people? It's not like we can send them into the uncharted frontier anymore.

...both male and female shall ye put out, without the camp shall ye put them; that they defile not their camp, in the midst whereof I dwell.

It's the Christian thing to do.

Yeah this is somehow churchy folks fault. Must be somehow. Everything is those god damned churchy peoples fault. Theres always a connection because thiose bastards are evil and vile and cant see straight or do science or logical progressions because of all the ANGER the bastards have inside them. No count Christian cocksuckers are the ones to blame the next time this guy rapes a girl. Hell they wont even let her get an abortion afterwards.


If yout only tool is a hammer then everything looks like a nail.
 
2012-07-20 03:53:20 AM  

felching pen: Getting kicked out of Wisconsin is punishment?!??


Hey, if you lived here long enough, and got used to the ten months of winter, once you are part of the Packer, cheese, and beer cult, you like it. If your born here, of course you don't know anything else.

/everything is better with cheese!
//and it's even better after a six pack of whatever New Glarus beer your drinking
 
2012-07-20 03:54:20 AM  

BigBooper: Anyways, the illegal weapon is a federal issue. He can and should be charged with violating the national firearms act of 1934, and given the maximum ten years if federal prison.
Of course I also wholeheartedly support the prison population being informed the details of his crimes, and then his release into the general population. These type of people don't last long in prison if the other inmates know what they did. The banishment from Wisconsin part, can't be constitutional, and is stupid. If he hurts any kids wherever he moves to, the judge and prosecutors in Wisconsin are partly to blame.


Scott Walker is never going to balance the budget if he actually has to lock up criminals. Why bother, when you can just exile them like the old days?
 
2012-07-20 03:55:58 AM  

mikaloyd: Yeah this is somehow churchy folks fault. Must be somehow. Everything is those god damned churchy peoples fault. Theres always a connection because thiose bastards are evil and vile and cant see straight or do science or logical progressions because of all the ANGER the bastards have inside them. No count Christian cocksuckers are the ones to blame the next time this guy rapes a girl. Hell they wont even let her get an abortion afterwards.


Wow..... dude, it's time to stop tweaking, and time to sleep.

Take a deep breath, and remember, it's just the internet; you can turn it off.
 
2012-07-20 03:56:24 AM  
I hear Australia takes criminals
 
2012-07-20 03:59:12 AM  

BigBooper: Take a deep breath, and remember, it's just the internet; you can turn it off.


Calm down. He wanted a response or he wouldnt be trollin. Gorram busybody internet Sheriff.
 
2012-07-20 04:00:30 AM  

Penguin_named_Nori: So Wisconsin jurisprudence is based on the example of the Catholic church?


you can piss off people royally in all sorts of houses of worship and organizations large & small that will gladly throw you out on your keister. why not just go kill some christians, you'll feel better once you get it out of your system.
 
2012-07-20 04:01:34 AM  

foxyshadis: BigBooper: Anyways, the illegal weapon is a federal issue. He can and should be charged with violating the national firearms act of 1934, and given the maximum ten years if federal prison.
Of course I also wholeheartedly support the prison population being informed the details of his crimes, and then his release into the general population. These type of people don't last long in prison if the other inmates know what they did. The banishment from Wisconsin part, can't be constitutional, and is stupid. If he hurts any kids wherever he moves to, the judge and prosecutors in Wisconsin are partly to blame.

Scott Walker is never going to balance the budget if he actually has to lock up criminals. Why bother, when you can just exile them like the old days?


Yeah this is somehow Scott Walker's fault. Must be somehow. Everything is god damned Scott Walker's fault. Theres always a connection because that bastards evil and vile and cant see straight or do science or logical progressions because of all the ANGER the bastard has inside him. No count Scott Walker cocksucker is the one to blame the next time this guy rapes a girl. Hell he wont even let her get an abortion afterwards.

/wow, that worked better than I thought
 
2012-07-20 04:05:40 AM  

fanuvtoons: insertsnarkyusername: States can banish people? It's not like we can send them into the uncharted frontier anymore.

A commentator on the station's news story summed it up: "Isn't this how the Catholic Church deals with pedophile priests? Just ship them off for someone else to deal with? How does this solve anything? It just makes it "not our problem". I think that stinks"


That commentator was a moron.
 
2012-07-20 04:06:50 AM  

johndalek: geez-just like the catholic church-dont do anything, just ship him off to another parish--or in this case, a different state

way to go, cheeseheads


I really don't get the Catholic Church thing. The Catholic church moved their pedos to other Catholic churches.
 
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