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(Springfield News-Leader)   Nineteen-year-old accused of child sexual abuse blames 'bad soda' With photo of what a person looks like after drinking bad soda   (news-leader.com) divider line 76
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2012-09-28 08:06:12 PM  
And now you know why they took Josta off the market.
 
2012-09-28 08:58:18 PM  
No, you big dummy! You were supposed to say that you were the victim of a "bad Santa" when you were growing up. You sat on his lap?... He had a hard-on?... He touched you-- (*sigh*) Never mind... (*winces and rubs eyes*) Just go with the "bad soda" defense...
 
2012-09-28 09:02:16 PM  
The police statement says Compton also recounted a separate incident he said occured more than two years ago where a child had performed oral sex on him.

Was that in response to a question? Or was he just trying to seem like a playa to the cops?
 
2012-09-28 09:49:05 PM  
looks likes some crazy ass n****s are gonna be straight into compton
 
2012-09-28 10:04:17 PM  

fusillade762: The police statement says Compton also recounted a separate incident he said occured more than two years ago where a child had performed oral sex on him.

Was that in response to a question? Or was he just trying to seem like a playa to the cops?


That was the creeper. Put this guy down immediately.
All men love BJ's but asking an 8 year old for one just isn't kosher. TFA makes it sound like she knew how or reciprocated.
Disturbing.
 
2012-09-28 10:44:05 PM  

AbbeySomeone: fusillade762: The police statement says Compton also recounted a separate incident he said occured more than two years ago where a child had performed oral sex on him.

Was that in response to a question? Or was he just trying to seem like a playa to the cops?

That was the creeper. Put this guy down immediately.
All men love BJ's but asking an 8 year old for one just isn't kosher. TFA makes it sound like she knew how or reciprocated.
Disturbing.


The knew how/was willing 8 year old was the ummm wut? moment in that article for me... Creepy 19 year old's are sadly not so uncommon in the internet age any more... I'm less and less fond of our world with story's like this.
 
2012-09-28 10:55:12 PM  

AbbeySomeone: That was the creeper. Put this guy down immediately.


That's one solution. Slate had an essay only four days ago they aren't advertising anymore (it was on their "most read" list until yesterday) about another method: get these people help before they act on their urges:

http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/medical_examiner/20 12 /09/stop_childhood_sexual_abuse_how_to_treat_pedophilia_.html

Naturally, it was shouted down across the web, but the article had a point: if we don't help peope with unnatural urges learn to cope with them, then we have to deal with punishing them after they act on it. I'd rather have a pedophile in treatment instead of a pedophile in jail because he/she abused a child. 

The article also references a good video about the wiring in the brain that causes pedophilia, and why it is fruitless to try and change their urges: http://vimeo.com/33793616#at=0 - which would also lead any honest person to the conclusion that trying to get a pedophile to control their urges before they do something damaging is far preferable to punishing them afterwards.

Someone in the Slate comments said a pedophile is like having a lion loose in your neighborhood, and they are correct. But I'd still rather have a tame, trained lion in my neighborhood over a wild one. The Slate article was arguing for the former, not the latter. 

Before the accusations of me being a pedohile come in - I'm not, but I know one, or at least used to know one. I was best friends with someone who abused a 6 year old girl while we were freshmen in high school together in 1981, and it was a shock to me and everyone else when he was arrested, but back then it was all done quietly. He just went away. It was a double shock after he was released when he was 18 (in 1985) when he farking abused another 7 year old two days after he got out. When he was released again in 1997, he died of an alcohol/painkiller/something overdose ten days after his release. I think he probably committed suicide.

I hadn't thought about him in years, but after reading the article I figure maybe if these people have someone to talk to, they might not do something they all clearly know is wrong.

And yes, I also realize that people like Sandusky eventually believe they aren't doing something wrong because they get away with it for so long, but that's an argument for change, not the status quo.
 
2012-09-28 11:22:09 PM  
That would be a great brand name
 
2012-09-28 11:24:11 PM  
Soda? Nap? Is he four years old? Geez, at least blame a drinking habit or some shiat.
 
2012-09-28 11:27:43 PM  
How much will it cost to rehabilitate this man? $15.22
 
2012-09-28 11:28:33 PM  

Lsherm: Someone in the Slate comments said a pedophile is like having a lion loose in your neighborhood, and they are correct. But I'd still rather have a tame, trained lion in my neighborhood over a wild one. The Slate article was arguing for the former, not the latter.


I think lifetime institutionalization for those who offend, and closely monitored treatment (effective treatment and urge control, not pseudoscience like castration) for those who have not offended, but identify as such, would be a "good" solution for the problem.
 
2012-09-28 11:30:33 PM  
Wait till he meets the boys who drink the bad soda up in the state penitentiary.
 
2012-09-28 11:30:36 PM  
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-09-28 11:31:21 PM  
Soda fan Compton
Soda fan Compton
He'll finger bang you and yours
And won't hold a farking thing back.
 
2012-09-28 11:32:46 PM  
"Who here hasn't waken up from a nap and mistakenly asked a 7 year-old to suck his crank?" Said nobody, ever.
 
2012-09-28 11:33:46 PM  
 
2012-09-28 11:36:27 PM  

BSABSVR: "Who here hasn't waken up from a nap and mistakenly asked a 7 year-old to suck his crank?" Said nobody, ever.


Because the correct conjugation is "woken"

I'm sure someone's said something similar though. And I'm sure one day archeologists will find their skeleton with the skull still wedged in the pelvic bone in a hole in the forest somewhere.
 
2012-09-28 11:36:38 PM  

BronyMedic: Lsherm: Someone in the Slate comments said a pedophile is like having a lion loose in your neighborhood, and they are correct. But I'd still rather have a tame, trained lion in my neighborhood over a wild one. The Slate article was arguing for the former, not the latter.

I think lifetime institutionalization for those who offend, and closely monitored treatment (effective treatment and urge control, not pseudoscience like castration) for those who have not offended, but identify as such, would be a "good" solution for the problem.


Fair enough, but isn't "chemical castration" something they can use as treatment if it's voluntary? I don't know enough about it, but it sounds like a medical solution that isn't nearly as drastic as actual castration.
 
2012-09-28 11:42:31 PM  

Lsherm: AbbeySomeone: That was the creeper. Put this guy down immediately.

That's one solution. Slate had an essay only four days ago they aren't advertising anymore (it was on their "most read" list until yesterday) about another method: get these people help before they act on their urges:

http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/medical_examiner/20 12 /09/stop_childhood_sexual_abuse_how_to_treat_pedophilia_.html

Naturally, it was shouted down across the web, but the article had a point: if we don't help peope with unnatural urges learn to cope with them, then we have to deal with punishing them after they act on it. I'd rather have a pedophile in treatment instead of a pedophile in jail because he/she abused a child. 

The article also references a good video about the wiring in the brain that causes pedophilia, and why it is fruitless to try and change their urges: http://vimeo.com/33793616#at=0 - which would also lead any honest person to the conclusion that trying to get a pedophile to control their urges before they do something damaging is far preferable to punishing them afterwards.

Someone in the Slate comments said a pedophile is like having a lion loose in your neighborhood, and they are correct. But I'd still rather have a tame, trained lion in my neighborhood over a wild one. The Slate article was arguing for the former, not the latter. 

Before the accusations of me being a pedohile come in - I'm not, but I know one, or at least used to know one. I was best friends with someone who abused a 6 year old girl while we were freshmen in high school together in 1981, and it was a shock to me and everyone else when he was arrested, but back then it was all done quietly. He just went away. It was a double shock after he was released when he was 18 (in 1985) when he farking abused another 7 year old two days after he got out. When he was released again in 1997, he died of an alcohol/painkiller/something overdose ten days after his release. I think he probably committed suicide.

I hadn't thought about him in years, but after reading the article I figure maybe if these people have someone to talk to, they might not do something they all clearly know is wrong.

And yes, I also realize that people like Sandusky eventually believe they aren't doing something wrong because they get away with it for so long, but that's an argument for change, not the status quo.


I deal with the effects both on a personal and professional level. Almost all reputable tx will tell you that pedos are a lost cause if you are intending to cure or rehab.

It is a job no one wants because (apart from having to cull your dicust) there are no results. Sadly, the families of the perpetrator are the worst. They believe that there is a magical cure or that it was a one time slip.
 
2012-09-28 11:44:36 PM  
When I was in HS kids used to plane Jolt for their behavior

doubleawesome.com
 
2012-09-28 11:47:30 PM  

sleeps in trees: I deal with the effects both on a personal and professional level. Almost all reputable tx will tell you that pedos are a lost cause if you are intending to cure or rehab.

It is a job no one wants because (apart from having to cull your dicust) there are no results. Sadly, the families of the perpetrator are the worst. They believe that there is a magical cure or that it was a one time slip.


The point of the article, and my post, is that there's no cure. You can't stop their urges, so you may as well try to stop them from acting on them.

Or kill them. I'm not going to pretend that isn't a solution that will work.

Also, I don't know what "tx" or "dicust" are, so feel free to explain if you want to.
 
2012-09-28 11:48:50 PM  

Lsherm: BronyMedic: Lsherm: Someone in the Slate comments said a pedophile is like having a lion loose in your neighborhood, and they are correct. But I'd still rather have a tame, trained lion in my neighborhood over a wild one. The Slate article was arguing for the former, not the latter.

I think lifetime institutionalization for those who offend, and closely monitored treatment (effective treatment and urge control, not pseudoscience like castration) for those who have not offended, but identify as such, would be a "good" solution for the problem.

Fair enough, but isn't "chemical castration" something they can use as treatment if it's voluntary? I don't know enough about it, but it sounds like a medical solution that isn't nearly as drastic as actual castration.


You got me curious enough to search- it looks like for male offenders it's basically giving them injections of female birth control like a Depo shot. If they don't show up to get their quarterly injection I guess they put out a warrant for them and pick them up the next time they run a red light or molest someone.
 
2012-09-28 11:49:46 PM  

Lsherm: hadn't thought about him in years, but after reading the article I figure maybe if these people have someone to talk to, they might not do something they all clearly know is wrong.

And yes, I also realize that people like Sandusky eventually believe they aren't doing something wrong because they get away with it for so long, but that's an argument for change, not the status quo.


Part of the reason for this is mandated reporter laws.

If a pedophile wants to change, he needs to get himself (or herself--they're out there) to a therapist who specializes in this kind of thing. There are not a lot of them, and the ones who are are none too reputable. Why? Because if Joe Pervert wants to change, he has to be able to open up to his therapist. As soon as he does, and the therapist realizes the guy across the desk wants to molest kids, the therapist MUST REPORT JOE to the cops...because he has indicated he wants to molest children. And under most mandated reporter laws, a doctor, therapist, nurse, etc. must report any suspected abuse or threat to the police. Because if they decide Joe isn't a threat, and he DOES go out and diddle a kiddy, then the doctor, etc., is facing aiding and abetting charges.

So this means that either Joe lies to the therapist--which isn't conducive to recovery--or he finds a therapist who ignores mandated reporter laws--which means the therapist is probably a quack or some kind of voyeur themselves. (No really...I"m not drooling, tell me more) It's a no-win scenario for the small percentage of pedophiles who really want to change their lives--lie or worry about jail for doing nothing.
 
2012-09-28 11:49:51 PM  
i291.photobucket.com

NO MOM I'M NOT ON DRUGS!
 
2012-09-28 11:56:44 PM  
Something about his face tells me he's also been caught multiple times by his friends and family in a compromising position with various household appliances and items, and never once felt shame about it.
 
2012-09-28 11:57:36 PM  

Lsherm: Fair enough, but isn't "chemical castration" something they can use as treatment if it's voluntary? I don't know enough about it, but it sounds like a medical solution that isn't nearly as drastic as actual castration.


I'm mixed on chemical castration for a few reasons. One, it has some severe cardiovascular and endocrine side effects. Two, it's got mixed efficacy, and it's of no use with female pedophiles. Male offenders get the most focus, but female offenders are the ones that get away the most with the act.

sleeps in trees: I deal with the effects both on a personal and professional level. Almost all reputable tx will tell you that pedos are a lost cause if you are intending to cure or rehab.

It is a job no one wants because (apart from having to cull your dicust) there are no results. Sadly, the families of the perpetrator are the worst. They believe that there is a magical cure or that it was a one time slip.


This. This right here.

One of the guys I went to High School with my senior year was under investigation for molesting a six year old his mother babysat. (Later went to jail for it.) The family of this guy was defending not only the guy, but saying a six year old girl must have done something to make him think she wanted it.
 
2012-09-28 11:57:40 PM  

Lsherm: sleeps in trees: I deal with the effects both on a personal and professional level. Almost all reputable tx will tell you that pedos are a lost cause if you are intending to cure or rehab.

It is a job no one wants because (apart from having to cull your dicust) there are no results. Sadly, the families of the perpetrator are the worst. They believe that there is a magical cure or that it was a one time slip.

The point of the article, and my post, is that there's no cure. You can't stop their urges, so you may as well try to stop them from acting on them.

Or kill them. I'm not going to pretend that isn't a solution that will work.

Also, I don't know what "tx" or "dicust" are, so feel free to explain if you want to.


I was agreeing with you. Sorry for the spelling etc. My computer has been commandeered for The Clone Wars so I'm on my phone and I completely suck at it.

Disgust
Therapist
 
2012-09-29 12:02:12 AM  

Lsherm: The point of the article, and my post, is that there's no cure. You can't stop their urges, so you may as well try to stop them from acting on them.


Impulsiveness is a part of Pedophila, even if you give them help to stop them from acting on their urges, most likely they're still going too act on it if given the opportunity.
 
2012-09-29 12:03:09 AM  

BronyMedic: Lsherm: Fair enough, but isn't "chemical castration" something they can use as treatment if it's voluntary? I don't know enough about it, but it sounds like a medical solution that isn't nearly as drastic as actual castration.

I'm mixed on chemical castration for a few reasons. One, it has some severe cardiovascular and endocrine side effects. Two, it's got mixed efficacy, and it's of no use with female pedophiles. Male offenders get the most focus, but female offenders are the ones that get away the most with the act.

sleeps in trees: I deal with the effects both on a personal and professional level. Almost all reputable tx will tell you that pedos are a lost cause if you are intending to cure or rehab.

It is a job no one wants because (apart from having to cull your dicust) there are no results. Sadly, the families of the perpetrator are the worst. They believe that there is a magical cure or that it was a one time slip.


This. This right here.

One of the guys I went to High School with my senior year was under investigation for molesting a six year old his mother babysat. (Later went to jail for it.) The family of this guy was defending not only the guy, but saying a six year old girl must have done something to make him think she wanted it.


It still amazes me that when the victim becomes an adult and discloses members say they suspected it. Also the victim is usually ostracized.
 
2012-09-29 12:03:48 AM  

sleeps in trees: My computer has been commandeered for The Clone Wars


The TV series? I can understand that. Even better if it's the Lego game.
 
2012-09-29 12:08:48 AM  

andrewmoriarty: Lsherm: The point of the article, and my post, is that there's no cure. You can't stop their urges, so you may as well try to stop them from acting on them.

Impulsiveness is a part of Pedophila, even if you give them help to stop them from acting on their urges, most likely they're still going too act on it if given the opportunity.


I did say killing them was a solution that would work - but I'd like to at least sort out the pedophiles who could learn to control themselves vs. those that couldn't.

What I find bizarre is that you probably consider yourself liberal.
 
2012-09-29 12:09:12 AM  

Lsherm: sleeps in trees: My computer has been commandeered for The Clone Wars

The TV series? I can understand that. Even better if it's the Lego game.


TV series. My youngest is addicted to it.
 
2012-09-29 12:09:17 AM  

Lsherm: aturally, it was shouted down across the web, but the article had a point: if we don't help peope with unnatural urges learn to cope with them, then we have to deal with punishing them after they act on it. I'd rather have a pedophile in treatment instead of a pedophile in jail because he/she abused a child.


I agree. I don't understand why people are so conflicted over this - it seems that offering someone who has a mental problem help before they commit a crime is (no pun intended) a "no brainer".

In a lot of cases, especially with the instances of pedophilia, many children could be spared being sexually abused. It seems... like a good thing to try and aim for???
 
Oak
2012-09-29 12:13:52 AM  
Faygo?
 
2012-09-29 12:17:30 AM  
And 4chan loses another poster.
 
2012-09-29 12:18:03 AM  

TwistedFark: It seems... like a good thing to try and aim for???


It has to be a culture shift, because the vast majority of pedophiles aren't going to have access to a private session with a doctor - so they need to be able to go to someone they trust and say "I have a problem..."

Good luck getting that to happen.
 
2012-09-29 12:23:45 AM  
So... Mountain Dew? Dr. Pepper? Miller 64? We need details people!
 
2012-09-29 12:28:58 AM  

Ryker's Peninsula: So... Mountain Dew? Dr. Pepper? Miller 64? We need details people!


Dr. Thunder.
 
2012-09-29 12:30:26 AM  

sleeps in trees: It still amazes me that when the victim becomes an adult and discloses members say they suspected it. Also the victim is usually ostracized.


You should read more books.

I can take ANYONE you choose. Get them accused of something rather bad with witnesses(not necessarily sex crimes, just anything outrageous) and their friends and family will be all "I suspected something." but still hate the witnesses for hurting their family member.

But the catch is... they don't have to be guilty. Just accused. Same reaction.
 
2012-09-29 12:34:16 AM  

doglover: sleeps in trees: It still amazes me that when the victim becomes an adult and discloses members say they suspected it. Also the victim is usually ostracized.

You should read more books.

I can take ANYONE you choose. Get them accused of something rather bad with witnesses(not necessarily sex crimes, just anything outrageous) and their friends and family will be all "I suspected something." but still hate the witnesses for hurting their family member.

But the catch is... they don't have to be guilty. Just accused. Same reaction.


Thanks I read fine. I said nothing of witnesses. Reread.
 
2012-09-29 12:39:11 AM  

Lsherm: andrewmoriarty: Lsherm: The point of the article, and my post, is that there's no cure. You can't stop their urges, so you may as well try to stop them from acting on them.

Impulsiveness is a part of Pedophila, even if you give them help to stop them from acting on their urges, most likely they're still going too act on it if given the opportunity.

I did say killing them was a solution that would work - but I'd like to at least sort out the pedophiles who could learn to control themselves vs. those that couldn't.

What I find bizarre is that you probably consider yourself liberal.


That's a strawman, I don't advocate the death penalty for pedophiles. I believe the only solution for Pedophiles is permanent institutionalization.

Also, I'm not one of your weak bourgeoisie Liberal, but rather a socialist.
 
2012-09-29 12:42:00 AM  
Lsherm:
What I find bizarre is that you probably consider yourself liberal.

Speaking of not being able to keep it in your pants, was it REALLY necessary to drag that crap into this conversation?
 
2012-09-29 12:45:53 AM  
Flashback 19 years...

rogergastman.com
 
2012-09-29 12:49:36 AM  
This guy is a complete idiot. Not only does he molest a child, but he then refuses to shut his trap and gives the police a ridiculous reason why he did it in which he confesses to doing it. And he doesn't stop there, he goes on to admit to molesting other kids. What ever happened to saying I didn't do it and I want a lawyer?
 
2012-09-29 12:56:52 AM  

Shadowtag: Lsherm:
What I find bizarre is that you probably consider yourself liberal.

Speaking of not being able to keep it in your pants, was it REALLY necessary to drag that crap into this conversation?


Well, people bring up my political orientation on other threads all the time (like the beer thread), and he was tagged for a particular insult in the past. Blame the whole "favorite" system for that one. He's been an ass in the past, and he was favorited as such.

But given this:

andrewmoriarty: That's a strawman, I don't advocate the death penalty for pedophiles. I believe the only solution for Pedophiles is permanent institutionalization.

Also, I'm not one of your weak bourgeoisie Liberal, but rather a socialist.


He's not really a liberal, either. He's a left authoritarian, on the other side of the spectrum you usually see authoritarians.
 
2012-09-29 12:59:29 AM  

ongbok: This guy is a complete idiot. Not only does he molest a child, but he then refuses to shut his trap and gives the police a ridiculous reason why he did it in which he confesses to doing it. And he doesn't stop there, he goes on to admit to molesting other kids. What ever happened to saying I didn't do it and I want a lawyer?


He doesn't want to be in a position to do it again maybe. Or he's just an idiot. A lot of these people are doing this knowing full well what that abuse does to a kid because they've received it themselves.
 
2012-09-29 01:06:57 AM  
The number of people who advocate death (often summary execution or vigilante justice) in threads like these disgusts me. You try to take the moral high ground by saying pedophilia is wrong, then immediately drag yourself into the pit yourself by admitting you have no problem with murdering a human being, especially when there are options available that don't involve killing people. And on top of it you're so emotionally dead to the subject of murder that you try to justify it with things like "well, he can't be cured," as though that somehow justifies murdering someone.
 
2012-09-29 01:15:04 AM  

RealAmericanHero: The number of people who advocate death (often summary execution or vigilante justice) in threads like these disgusts me. You try to take the moral high ground by saying pedophilia is wrong, then immediately drag yourself into the pit yourself by admitting you have no problem with murdering a human being, especially when there are options available that don't involve killing people. And on top of it you're so emotionally dead to the subject of murder that you try to justify it with things like "well, he can't be cured," as though that somehow justifies murdering someone.


Who would "you" be?
 
2012-09-29 01:17:21 AM  

sleeps in trees: doglover: sleeps in trees: It still amazes me that when the victim becomes an adult and discloses members say they suspected it. Also the victim is usually ostracized.

You should read more books.

I can take ANYONE you choose. Get them accused of something rather bad with witnesses(not necessarily sex crimes, just anything outrageous) and their friends and family will be all "I suspected something." but still hate the witnesses for hurting their family member.

But the catch is... they don't have to be guilty. Just accused. Same reaction.

Thanks I read fine. I said nothing of witnesses. Reread.


Uh... the victims and the perp don't count as witnesses?
 
2012-09-29 01:24:02 AM  

doglover: sleeps in trees: doglover: sleeps in trees: It still amazes me that when the victim becomes an adult and discloses members say they suspected it. Also the victim is usually ostracized.

You should read more books.

I can take ANYONE you choose. Get them accused of something rather bad with witnesses(not necessarily sex crimes, just anything outrageous) and their friends and family will be all "I suspected something." but still hate the witnesses for hurting their family member.

But the catch is... they don't have to be guilty. Just accused. Same reaction.

Thanks I read fine. I said nothing of witnesses. Reread.

Uh... the victims and the perp don't count as witnesses?


See a trial about any other crime possible besides maybe rape. The victim and the perp get to testify but if it is just them then things tend not to go any further. Nobody should be convicted on an accusation.
 
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