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(CTV News)   Serial rapist with violent behavior and moderately high risk of reoffending to be released to halfway house after serving 2/3 of 37 year sentence. What could possibly go wrong?   (atlantic.ctvnews.ca) divider line 145
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2013-04-02 11:57:00 PM
He's been rehabilitated?

runs from thread like a guilty arsonist
 
2013-04-03 12:05:29 AM
37 years in jail for rape is a waste of time.

Best Case: The person actually rehabilitates and is then stuck in jail longer than I've been alive.

Worst Case: When I sees a man I likes I tells him "I likes ya, and I wants ya. Now we can do this the easy way or the hard way." I'm a warrior. A Booty Warrior.


This is why it's much easier to just make rape a hangin' crime. It's better for everyone, really.
 
2013-04-03 12:11:20 AM
It's not an election year?
 
2013-04-03 12:46:49 AM

RedPhoenix122: It's not an election year?


Erection year.
 
2013-04-03 12:48:35 AM
He is in Saint John? How will people tell the difference?

/In other news: Canada nukes Fark.com for this thread dissing Saint John.
 
2013-04-03 12:51:09 AM
i278.photobucket.com

/this wasn't first?
 
2013-04-03 12:51:32 AM
If he can have sex with Cheerios, what harm can he really do.
 
2013-04-03 12:52:30 AM
Oh. Serial. Never mind.
 
2013-04-03 12:52:36 AM

TinyFist: runs from thread like a guilty arsonist


Arsonists stat to watch.

/At least that's what they do on TV and in the movies.
 
2013-04-03 12:55:00 AM

sheep snorter: He is in Saint John? How will people tell the difference?

/In other news: Canada nukes Fark.com for this thread dissing Saint John.


He's in St John? How will he find anyone to rape?

/population density jokes
 
2013-04-03 12:56:05 AM
I thought serial rapists were guaranted to reoffend until their terstosterone levels dropped to that of a 70 year old man.
 
2013-04-03 12:56:09 AM
Maybe the judge thought it was just rape, and not rape rape....
 
2013-04-03 12:57:01 AM
He's already spent 24 years in prison. 24 years.

Think about that.

If the penal system actually rehabilitated people, he'd either be rehabilitated by now, or never. It isn't as if he did 2/3rds of a month, he did 1/4th of a century.

But our system doesn't rehabilitate anyway, so 24 years in prison just gave him plenty of time to learn to be a better criminal, ensured he has no marketable skills in a job market he can barely enter as a felon anyway, and a severely skewed perspective on the world. On the low end, the man's 42 years old and has a hell of a hard life ahead of him (not to say the women he was convicted of raping have had it any easier, but the article and title aren't about them either).
 
2013-04-03 12:58:17 AM

TalenLee: sheep snorter: He is in Saint John? How will people tell the difference?

/In other news: Canada nukes Fark.com for this thread dissing Saint John.

He's in St John? How will he find anyone to rape?

/population density jokes


are you sure your not thinking of Timmins ?
 
2013-04-03 12:58:54 AM
I pity the first one he gets. You just know he's been thinking about it for a long time.
 
2013-04-03 12:59:40 AM

Rendus: If the penal system actually rehabilitated people, he'd either be rehabilitated by now, or never. It isn't as if he did 2/3rds of a month, he did 1/4th of a century.


www.independent.co.uk
 
2013-04-03 12:59:50 AM

Rendus: He's already spent 24 years in prison. 24 years.

Think about that.

If the penal system actually rehabilitated people, he'd either be rehabilitated by now, or never. It isn't as if he did 2/3rds of a month, he did 1/4th of a century.

But our system doesn't rehabilitate anyway, so 24 years in prison just gave him plenty of time to learn to be a better criminal, ensured he has no marketable skills in a job market he can barely enter as a felon anyway, and a severely skewed perspective on the world. On the low end, the man's 42 years old and has a hell of a hard life ahead of him (not to say the women he was convicted of raping have had it any easier, but the article and title aren't about them either).


Not to mention, how many women has he been exposed to while incarcerated that he himself did not in turn expose himself to or attempt to rape?

I mean, if he's violent around the other burly male inmates, how's he gonna do around women at the supermarket?
 
2013-04-03 01:00:05 AM
In my altruistic years, I owned and ran a half-way house for a few years to help out the disadvantaged.  From time to time, a guy like that would come by to fill out my paperwork, so I could do a background check.  My friends in law enforcement would come by and say, "Don't rent a room to that guy and make sure he falls down the steps on the way out."  I was always happy to oblige.

Hopefully, there is someone in Canada who feels the same way.

Paying his debt to society does not mean that his won't be racking up more bills.
 
2013-04-03 01:00:20 AM
release him in a liberal neighborhood where they believe in rehabilitation.
 
2013-04-03 01:01:09 AM
I'm sure when he gets out and shoots someone with a stolen gun we'll have new reasons to get rid of guns. So I guess that's a plus.
 
2013-04-03 01:01:32 AM

Rendus: But our system doesn't rehabilitate anyway, so 24 years in prison just gave him plenty of time to learn to be a better criminal, ensured he has no marketable skills in a job market he can barely enter as a felon anyway, and a severely skewed perspective on the world.


You do realize that this is a Canadian held in a prison in Canada being released to a halfway house in Canada?
 
2013-04-03 01:01:48 AM

TinyFist: He's been rehabilitated?

runs from thread like a guilty arsonist


Rehabilitated? Well, now let me see. You know, I don't have any idea what that means.

/ it's a made-up word
 
8zo [TotalFark]
2013-04-03 01:01:51 AM

Popular Opinion: release him in a liberal neighborhood where they believe in rehabilitation.


...and can't protect themselves.
 
2013-04-03 01:02:28 AM

mizchief: I'm sure when he gets out and shoots someone with a stolen gun we'll have new reasons to get rid of guns. So I guess that's a plus.


yeah, no doubt they'll apprehend him when he tries to register it legally.
 
2013-04-03 01:02:40 AM

SpdrJay: Maybe the judge thought it was just rape, and not rape rape....


read that as "grape rape"
 
2013-04-03 01:02:49 AM

Rendus: He's already spent 24 years in prison. 24 years.

Think about that.

If the penal system actually rehabilitated people, he'd either be rehabilitated by now, or never. It isn't as if he did 2/3rds of a month, he did 1/4th of a century.

But our system doesn't rehabilitate anyway, so 24 years in prison just gave him plenty of time to learn to be a better criminal, ensured he has no marketable skills in a job market he can barely enter as a felon anyway, and a severely skewed perspective on the world. On the low end, the man's 42 years old and has a hell of a hard life ahead of him (not to say the women he was convicted of raping have had it any easier, but the article and title aren't about them either).


he's not a habitual shop lifter. he's a serial rapist.
 
2013-04-03 01:02:49 AM

Popular Opinion: release him in a liberal neighborhood where they believe in rehabilitation.


Release him in a C neighborhood where he won't be any different from the rest of you scum
 
2013-04-03 01:03:06 AM
Something wrong with castration?
 
2013-04-03 01:03:57 AM
FTA: "CTV News has learned the man known as the Motorcycle Rapist is set to be released to a halfway house in Saint John."

Mind your tailpipes, girls.

And hell, after all that time in prison, I'll bet he can suck-start a Harley.
 
2013-04-03 01:04:59 AM

albatros183: are you sure your not thinking of Timmins ?


I'm mostly just joking about Newfoundland. On the other hand, I'm Australian, not like I have the room to talk.

Oh wait, no, I have plenty of room. Kilometers and kilometers of vast open space.
 
2013-04-03 01:05:22 AM

strutin: [i278.photobucket.com image 384x494]

/this wasn't first?


Nope, it farking wasn't. Not everybody on Fark is a beard-hating piece of shiat.
 
2013-04-03 01:06:01 AM
memedepot.com
 
2013-04-03 01:06:20 AM

The Snow Dog: Something wrong with castration?


I think it depends on whether you're a castrator or a castratee.
 
2013-04-03 01:06:22 AM

The Snow Dog: Something wrong with castration?



Release him in Yellowknife?
 
2013-04-03 01:08:34 AM

TalenLee: albatros183: are you sure your not thinking of Timmins ?

I'm mostly just joking about Newfoundland. On the other hand, I'm Australian, not like I have the room to talk.

Oh wait, no, I have plenty of room. Kilometers and kilometers of vast open space.


I see you've never been to timmins

/Biggest city by boarders think it's the lowest population density in NA or at least it used to be
//if you want to joke about SJ you should try screech or nazis
//or both
 
2013-04-03 01:08:58 AM

relcec: I thought serial rapists were guaranted to reoffend until their terstosterone levels dropped to that of a 70 year old man.



Or your money back?

Besides, he's not a "serial rapist". he's a MOTORCYCLE rapist.
 
2013-04-03 01:09:24 AM

albatros183: Popular Opinion: release him in a liberal neighborhood where they believe in rehabilitation.

Release him in a C neighborhood where he won't be any different from the rest of you scum


i don't know what that is?

relcec: Rendus: He's already spent 24 years in prison. 24 years.

Think about that.

If the penal system actually rehabilitated people, he'd either be rehabilitated by now, or never. It isn't as if he did 2/3rds of a month, he did 1/4th of a century.

But our system doesn't rehabilitate anyway, so 24 years in prison just gave him plenty of time to learn to be a better criminal, ensured he has no marketable skills in a job market he can barely enter as a felon anyway, and a severely skewed perspective on the world. On the low end, the man's 42 years old and has a hell of a hard life ahead of him (not to say the women he was convicted of raping have had it any easier, but the article and title aren't about them either).

he's not a habitual shop lifter. he's a serial rapist.

,
+1
i can understand greed, envy, hunger...why people steal, or sell stuff...

but to get pleasure from hurting women or children? that cannot be fixed.
let god decide.
if there is no god, we are just killing a defective monkey.
 
2013-04-03 01:09:26 AM
"CTV News has learned the man known as the Motorcycle Rapist "

Seems like that would hurt
 
2013-04-03 01:09:28 AM

rosebud_the_sled: In my altruistic years, I owned and ran a half-way house for a few years to help out the disadvantaged.  From time to time, a guy like that would come by to fill out my paperwork, so I could do a background check.  My friends in law enforcement would come by and say, "Don't rent a room to that guy and make sure he falls down the steps on the way out."  I was always happy to oblige.

Hopefully, there is someone in Canada who feels the same way.

Paying his debt to society does not mean that his won't be racking up more bills.


Thanks, in part, to people just like you.
 
2013-04-03 01:12:02 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: rosebud_the_sled: In my altruistic years, I owned and ran a half-way house for a few years to help out the disadvantaged.  From time to time, a guy like that would come by to fill out my paperwork, so I could do a background check.  My friends in law enforcement would come by and say, "Don't rent a room to that guy and make sure he falls down the steps on the way out."  I was always happy to oblige.

Hopefully, there is someone in Canada who feels the same way.

Paying his debt to society does not mean that his won't be racking up more bills.

Thanks, in part, to people just like you.


It's okay ... I'm sure he's for the keying of his car as retributive justice for his speeding as well ... afterall, that speeding ticket is only paying some of us back.  Burning his house to the ground for sneezing or coughing in public seems rather apropos as well.
 
2013-04-03 01:12:21 AM
You should hear the news here. Apparently some murderer who kept threatening people got released after 18 months and then he carried out his threats.

Something about someone forgetting to put "consecutively" on his sentencing sheet.

I saw the wife of the murder victim on TV today. She was pissed.
 
2013-04-03 01:13:07 AM

Popular Opinion: albatros183: Popular Opinion: release him in a liberal neighborhood where they believe in rehabilitation.

Release him in a C neighborhood where he won't be any different from the rest of you scum

i don't know what that is?relcec: Rendus: He's already spent 24 years in prison. 24 years.

Think about that.

If the penal system actually rehabilitated people, he'd either be rehabilitated by now, or never. It isn't as if he did 2/3rds of a month, he did 1/4th of a century.

But our system doesn't rehabilitate anyway, so 24 years in prison just gave him plenty of time to learn to be a better criminal, ensured he has no marketable skills in a job market he can barely enter as a felon anyway, and a severely skewed perspective on the world. On the low end, the man's 42 years old and has a hell of a hard life ahead of him (not to say the women he was convicted of raping have had it any easier, but the article and title aren't about them either).

he's not a habitual shop lifter. he's a serial rapist.
,
+1
i can understand greed, envy, hunger...why people steal, or sell stuff...

but to get pleasure from hurting women or children? that cannot be fixed.
let god decide.
if there is no god, we are just killing a defective monkey.


Nice mishmash, it almost like putting a strawman, so you can not respond you C onservitive scum

/Clearer NOW?
 
2013-04-03 01:13:15 AM

Popular Opinion: release him in a liberal neighborhood where they believe in rehabilitation.


Place him in a liberal judge's home 2 doors down from the judge's 17 year old daughter.
 
2013-04-03 01:19:19 AM
I would like to encourage a petition to the legislature that would make sexual assault a capital crime.

Also, I went up the the Haaji mart earlier and there were two cats in there who were baked.  I mean baked.  They stank of weed.

They didn't seem to be violent or rapey.

I bet there's LOTS of room in the prisons for violent vomit pails if we cut loose the stoners.
 
2013-04-03 01:19:52 AM
HindiDiscoMonster:

Thanks, in part, to people just like you.

I assume you would want him boning your daughter?

Damaged goods are damaged goods.  Do you want to commit the time to truly rehabilitate someone so they can become average?  Wouldn't the time and money be better spent toward something truly constructive?
 
2013-04-03 01:20:10 AM
why so butthurt subby?
 
2013-04-03 01:21:55 AM

universebetween: why so butthurt subby?


Oh, go the f*ck away, ffs.  What are you, 12?  *click*
 
2013-04-03 01:22:45 AM

Popular Opinion: release him in a liberal neighborhood where they believe in rehabilitation.


Wouldn't that just prove the liberal neighborhood's point -- that we aren't providing rehabilitation and so the people we spend so many resources "punishing" aren't actually any better when they come back than when they go away? You can't prove a theory is false by demonstrating that its conjugate is false.
 
2013-04-03 01:23:52 AM
The problem with rehabilitation is that it's impossible to tell if someone's been rehabilitated. A pop-up timer doesn't pop out. So, rehabilitation is a will-o-the-wisp. Plus the offender has every incentive to lie about his state of mind.

See also, "Truth In Sentencing." In states without it, they can sentence someone to 30 years, and he gets out in 3.

You gotta understand something about crime. There are people who are prisoners' advocates. They have an offender-centric view of the world. So they're happy to let a few more people get victimized ("they're obnoxious plebeians anyway") to protect their lion who would never hurt them.
 
2013-04-03 01:24:36 AM
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