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2013-03-03 06:56:29 PM
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ftfa :  School Board officials were notified of Thorpe's arrest and advised they would take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of the students.

soooo, everyone is just cool with the outright dismissal of due process right ?  from arrest to fired and ostracized, skip right past evidence and trial and conviction, over  some 'internet sting'  ?  1. it seems cops are more into kiddy porn all day everyday on the internet than the 3 freaks a year they catch.  2.  DO you think this bypassing our protections will stop with the lowest of the low that we are expected to not care about the rights of  ?
2013-03-04 12:29:35 AM
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Mimic_Octopus: jmr61: Mimic_Octopus: ftfa :  School Board officials were notified of Thorpe's arrest and advised they would take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of the students.

soooo, everyone is just cool with the outright dismissal of due process right ?  from arrest to fired and ostracized, skip right past evidence and trial and conviction, over  some 'internet sting'  ?  1. it seems cops are more into kiddy porn all day everyday on the internet than the 3 freaks a year they catch.  2.  DO you think this bypassing our protections will stop with the lowest of the low that we are expected to not care about the rights of  ?


Yeah about that. You really don't get due process when it comes to your job.

That is precisely why the cops have no business broadcasting arrests before convictions happen. In fact it is insane that arrests are public record without an alleged perp's consent.


Yeah, I tried arguing that here before.

Got a couple "Won't someone think of the children?!" responses.
I think I got a couple of "We have a right to know" too.


/witch hunt.
//tools of the political climbers and vindictive bastards
2013-03-03 07:48:09 PM
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TuteTibiImperes: Having a lot of them in one place seems like it would make it easier to manage the system.


You mean like... a prison?
2013-03-03 07:47:21 PM
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2013-03-03 07:04:38 PM
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"Police said investigation began about three weeks ago when an Oviedo officer posing as a minor, posted an ad on Craig's List. "


Every pedophile should be locked up forever, but what the hell is a cop doing trolling for kiddie didlers on Craigslist? Shouldn't the cops be informing internet bulletin boards of illegal messages like this?

2013-03-03 07:03:19 PM
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Mimic_Octopus: ftfa :  School Board officials were notified of Thorpe's arrest and advised they would take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of the students.

soooo, everyone is just cool with the outright dismissal of due process right ?  from arrest to fired and ostracized, skip right past evidence and trial and conviction, over  some 'internet sting'  ?  1. it seems cops are more into kiddy porn all day everyday on the internet than the 3 freaks a year they catch.  2.  DO you think this bypassing our protections will stop with the lowest of the low that we are expected to not care about the rights of  ?


If it's to protect kids, people will accept and approve anything.

Down here in L.A., some city planners are building a park near some low-cost housing--where no park previously existed, and where nobody even wanted one--because a lot of sex offenders are living there, and if there's a park there, the offenders will have to move. But it's all okay, because it's to protect the kids. If someone is suspected of being a possible child molester, then we will fire him, blacklist him, and make sure his life is ruined even before he's arrested--to protect the kids. And nobody will care.

Child molestation is an awful, hideous crime with no excuse. But what we do to the alleged perpetrators in the name of "protecting the children" isn't any better.
 
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