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2013-10-14 01:09:51 PM  

Falin: Hey, I heard a rumor that Matthew Barnett who attends University of Central Missouri is a rapist who rapes.

Is this true?


Oh brother, I heard Matthew Barnett LOVES the rape. The drunker the better. Also, if there's no grass in the field, he'll play in the mud. You know, since he's an athlete - at the University of Central Missouri. Which is barely in the same time zone   Mid_mo_mad_man  who always sees things from a different point of view.

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2013-10-14 01:10:59 PM  

RectalFury: Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: Aigoo: RectalFury: BohemianGraham: Mid_mo_mad_man: LasersHurt: Mid_mo_mad_man: The girls acted incredibly stupid that night also. Nothing good can come out of meeting a older boy at 1 am. Also why was a 14 yr old dating a senior?

Please explain the point of posting this.

.

It annoys me that Fark thinks the victim is blameless in this.

It annoys me that there are people that hold the belief that teenage girls deserve to be raped because their older boyfriends ply them with alcohol and emotionally manipulate them.

Well, I mean - what kind of person gets manipulated by an older guy - then raped after being given  alcohol - by understanding that if they didn't participate, the older boys social status would destroy her reputation - by not drinking from the 'biatch cup'.

You'd have to be 14 years and grown up in Buttfark, Nowhere to be that stupid, right?

You DO understand, that the girls poor decision making isn't a greenlight for rape, right? Please tell me you do - I am really starting to wonder what the fark is going on in people's minds out there.

Look at the fark handle of the person defending the rapist/blaming the victim. That should answer any further questions you may have.

You do know this is no where near me? I just pointed out uncomfortable facts

255 miles isn't exactly "no where near." It's a weekend trip. 4 hours. shiat, I've done that as a day trip.

and like so many others have already done, you're flagged as a supporter of raping little girls in a nice bright shade of red. Disgusting sack of shiat.


How would you even know? 255 miles... that's like a tank of gas on a 1997 Ford F-150. How would one even dream of such distances.


410km one way, that's basically a tank and a quarter in a 2013 Fiesta for the whole round trip. There's a reason why I now have mid_mo favourited as BFFs with Matthew Barnett, the rapist from Maryville, MO and pointed out earlier in the thread that he probably pops up on weekends to see him, since 4 hours is nothing to drive.
 
2013-10-14 01:11:10 PM  

adp1215: no way that cell number and email address are still active is there?


He didn't respond to my text, lol.
 
2013-10-14 01:11:34 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm pretty sure people are calling for his hide.


I want a trial. If the man is not guilty, he walks. If the preponderance of evidence shows him to be guilty, let him rot in Jeff City. 

Either way, there needs to be an investigation into what's happening in Maryville to see if improper influence was exerted to get those boys off the hook. Anyone caught having done so should be charged with obstruction of justice.
 
2013-10-14 01:11:45 PM  

RectalFury: Falin: Hey, I heard a rumor that Matthew Barnett who attends University of Central Missouri is a rapist who rapes.

Is this true?

Oh brother, I heard Matthew Barnett LOVES the rape. The drunker the better. Also, if there's no grass in the field, he'll play in the mud. You know, since he's an athlete - at the University of Central Missouri. Which is barely in the same time zone   Mid_mo_mad_man  who always sees things from a different point of view.

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2013-10-14 01:12:19 PM  

Marine1: If the preponderance of evidence shows him to be guilty, let him rot in Jeff City.


Oh dear....
 
2013-10-14 01:12:59 PM  

RectalFury: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice


...oh yeah, lots of mob justice going on in here.


With the murdered bully I mentioned, the killer(s) should have come forward and confessed. They would've gone to trial, claimed to have been acting in the defense of others, and a sympathetic jury would maybe give them a reduced sentence. They'd serve a few years, then come home as heroes: the bully's gone and the rule of law is upheld.
 
2013-10-14 01:13:05 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm pretty sure people are calling for his hide.


Mob justice...concrete boots....lake

Ahh forget it. Done gone and ruined the joke now.
 
2013-10-14 01:13:23 PM  
Speaking of NW Missouri:

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Not that I'm suggesting anything.
 
2013-10-14 01:13:56 PM  
And apparently Anonymous is looking at them

http://anonnews.org/forum/post/41291
 
2013-10-14 01:14:34 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice


Uh, maybe you should clarify that, Mr. Rapey McRaperson Apologist. I see lots of people saying that an investigation into corruption needs to happen and that the young rapist involved needs to be tried for the felony he committed and confessed to committing and that there is/was at least one copy of a video of him committing.

But hey, don't let facts--from the article or from this thread--get in the way of making excuses for your friend/brother/cousin/nephew/son/client. God forbid you should pay attention to all those people "pointing out those uncomfortable facts."
 
2013-10-14 01:14:34 PM  

Son of Thunder: Mid_mo_mad_man: I don't own a F-150
I do own a 2000 F-350 as a farm truck.

Is that where you hide the bodies?




I have yet to kill anyone. A farm truck is a truck that one doesn't have to liscence with the DOR. What most places call the DMV. By them waving the need for plates I agree to never drive more then 50 miles from my farm unless for agriculture purposes. It also gets it a much lower property tax rate from the county. It's considered a tool like my tractor
 
2013-10-14 01:14:56 PM  

ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.


Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.
 
2013-10-14 01:15:14 PM  

The Muthaship: Marine1: If the preponderance of evidence shows him to be guilty, let him rot in Jeff City.

Oh dear....


... oh dear what? That's all there is to be done. That, and find out who did all of this intimidation of the family of the young women, if that hasn't been done already.
 
2013-10-14 01:15:25 PM  

Anayalator: RectalFury: Falin: Hey, I heard a rumor that Matthew Barnett who attends University of Central Missouri is a rapist who rapes.

Is this true?

Oh brother, I heard Matthew Barnett LOVES the rape. The drunker the better. Also, if there's no grass in the field, he'll play in the mud. You know, since he's an athlete - at the University of Central Missouri. Which is barely in the same time zone   Mid_mo_mad_man  who always sees things from a different point of view.

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Marine1: Mid_mo_mad_man: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm pretty sure people are calling for his hide.

I want a trial. If the man is not guilty, he walks. If the preponderance of evidence shows him to be guilty, let him rot in Jeff City. 

Either way, there needs to be an investigation into what's happening in Maryville to see if improper influence was exerted to get those boys off the hook. Anyone caught having done so should be charged with obstruction of justice.


See, I know you WROTE that.

But, mid_mo_backdoor_Downtown read it as what you actually meant:


BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH MOB JUSTICE, LYNCHING BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH
 
2013-10-14 01:16:26 PM  

QueenMamaBee: And apparently Anonymous is looking at them

http://anonnews.org/forum/post/41291


Something tells me that Matthew is going to wish he'd been prosecuted by the law, because the internet will never forget him now.
 
2013-10-14 01:18:21 PM  

MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.


I'm not going to call for it, but I wouldn't cry if it happened.  These assholes raped two girls, and the justice system failed and let them get away with it.  This is the kind of situation where mob justice can be justified.  Pity the local mob has taken the side of injustice.
 
2013-10-14 01:18:48 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: QueenMamaBee: And apparently Anonymous is looking at them

http://anonnews.org/forum/post/41291

Something tells me that Matthew is going to wish he'd been prosecuted by the law, because the internet will never forget him now.


Sometimes, the Court of Public Opinion comes through.

/just keep Nancy Grace out of it
 
2013-10-14 01:19:15 PM  
I'd like to walk through that town with a flamethrower and lay waste to the entire thing.
 
2013-10-14 01:19:41 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Son of Thunder: Mid_mo_mad_man: I don't own a F-150
I do own a 2000 F-350 as a farm truck.

Is that where you hide the bodies?

I have yet to kill anyone. A farm truck is a truck that one doesn't have to liscence with the DOR. What most places call the DMV. By them waving the need for plates I agree to never drive more then 50 miles from my farm unless for agriculture purposes. It also gets it a much lower property tax rate from the county. It's considered a tool like my tractor


Do Barnett's rape victims think your tractor is sexy?
 
2013-10-14 01:20:02 PM  

ColSanders: Two16: vudukungfu: And all I had to do was Google "Matthew Barnett, rapist "

Done, and done.

I did it, too.  Then I realized there are undoubtedly other people in the world named Matthew Barnett.  Now I feel bad for them.


They are at least partially to blame for choosing a name that might, one day, be associated with Matthew Barnett, rapist. What were they thinking ? It was easily predictable that at some point in the future their name could be the same as that of Matthew Barnett, rapist, yet they did not change it when they had a chance to, before it became associated with Matthew Barnett, rapist. They are not blameless if people now associate them with Matthew Barnett, rapist.

/Am I doing it right, Mid_mo_mad_man ?
//Did I mention Matthew Barnett, rapist ?
 
2013-10-14 01:21:23 PM  

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: This just shows that small towns are just as dangerous to live in as big cities. Only you can get away from bad neighborhoods in big cities.


"Good heavens!" I cried. "Who would associate crime with these dear old homesteads?"
"They always fill me with a certain horror. It is my belief, Watson, founded upon my experience, that the lowest and vilest alleys in London do not present a more dreadful record of sin than does the smiling and beautiful countryside."
"You horrify me!"
"But the reason is very obvious. The pressure of public opinion can do in the town what the law cannot accomplish. There is no lane so vile that the scream of a tortured child, or the thud of a drunkard's blow, does not beget sympathy and indignation among the neighbours, and then the whole machinery of justice is ever so close that a word of complaint can set it going, and there is but a step between the crime and the dock. But look at these lonely houses, each in its own fields, filled for the most part with poor ignorant folk who know little of the law. Think of the deeds of hellish cruelty, the hidden wickedness which may go on, year in, year out, in such places, and none the wiser."

Sherlock Holmes
 
2013-10-14 01:21:31 PM  

HeartBurnKid: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm not going to call for it, but I wouldn't cry if it happened.  These assholes raped two girls, and the justice system failed and let them get away with it.  This is the kind of situation where mob justice can be justified.  Pity the local mob has taken the side of injustice.


Not yet. Just because the justice system failed once doesn't mean it can't have another shot. 

We have charges that we could file against them; it's not like Skidmore where McElroy raised Hell doing things beyond the reach of statutes. Rape is a crime, one these people could be charged with.
 
2013-10-14 01:21:33 PM  

Marine1: The Muthaship: Marine1: If the preponderance of evidence shows him to be guilty, let him rot in Jeff City.

Oh dear....

... oh dear what? That's all there is to be done. That, and find out who did all of this intimidation of the family of the young women, if that hasn't been done already.


The burden of proof.  It's higher than that.
 
2013-10-14 01:21:38 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.


Women will have to cover themselves head-to-toe, and they will still get raped, because dudes are told that this is okay.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-10-14 01:22:11 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice


Haha.


No.

We just wanna see these pricks get their day in court. With all the abundant evidence that seems to have been mystically vaporized.
I don't want to see revenge. I want to see justice done. Far too many facts line up for this to be anything but an horrific crime swept under the proverbial rug by the connected and privileged few.
 
2013-10-14 01:22:24 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: QueenMamaBee: And apparently Anonymous is looking at them

http://anonnews.org/forum/post/41291

Something tells me that Matthew is going to wish he'd been prosecuted by the law, because the internet will never forget him now.


As much as I'd like to believe that, there's not enough Photoshop in this thread to encourage me that Fark will remember this guy in three months.
 
2013-10-14 01:23:11 PM  

Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: Son of Thunder: Mid_mo_mad_man: I don't own a F-150
I do own a 2000 F-350 as a farm truck.

Is that where you hide the bodies?

I have yet to kill anyone. A farm truck is a truck that one doesn't have to liscence with the DOR. What most places call the DMV. By them waving the need for plates I agree to never drive more then 50 miles from my farm unless for agriculture purposes. It also gets it a much lower property tax rate from the county. It's considered a tool like my tractor

Do Barnett's rape victims think your tractor is sexy?


His SuperDuty brings all the girls to the yard.
 
2013-10-14 01:23:22 PM  

Ikam: Itstoearly: Zik-Zak: vudukungfu: Football player with a Republican politician daddy?
I'm sure he has an alibi.

He can run.
But he cannot hide.

He may not, but does he need to? Football and Republican Real America - justice is on his side.

/justice is blinded by the dazzle of money and prestige

She should move to Chicago.  Not a Republican to be found there- I hear there is no corruption whatsoever.

Oh give it up.   I've been a victim of a crime in Chicago (thankfully much more minor than this crime and not a violent crime), it wasn't followed up by my neighbors setting my apartment on fire, it was followed up with my neighborhoods, uh, acting like neighbors and humans, and the police showing up, actually investigating it, and also behaving like humans.


If the Chicago Police are not the ones committing the crime:



waitress brutally beaten by a Chicago police officer in 2007 will be allowed to submit some expert testimony on a citywide "code of silence" regarding police misconduct, a federal judger ruled.

"Obrycka also claims that "the City has de facto policies and practices of concealing officer misconduct, of failing to sufficiently investigate allegations of officer misconduct, and of investigating complaints against off-duty police officers differently than it investigates complaints against other citizens."

These policies allegedly allow officers to abuse citizens "with impunity and without fear of official consequences."

In recent weeks, U.S. District Judge Amy St. Eve rejected Chicago's attempts to sideline two witnesses proffered by Obrycka.

Dr. Steven Whitman, a statistician and epidemiologist, authored an expert report for the plaintiff, analyzing data regarding officer misconduct and complaints against the Chicago police.

Whitman's report states that "the probability of an excessive force complaint being sustained in the City is very low," and that "the situation is even gloomier than these data would suggest."

He focused on the variable of whether a given complaint rendered against the police was "sustained" or dismissed.

"Dr. Whitman [...] observes that the 'true' sustained rate is likely considerably lower than his calculations suggest due to citizens underreporting complaints and the Police Board's frequent reversals of 'sustained' findings," according to St. Eve's June 29 decision."

And of course there is always the chance your honor role student will be beaten to death by his neighbors:

Honor Student Beaten to Death in Chicago Video

www.foxnews.com

and it is no better in NYC:

Undercover Cop Took Part in New York Motorcycle Gang Attack
 
2013-10-14 01:23:56 PM  
Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Uh, maybe you should clarify that, Mr. Rapey McRaperson Apologist. I see lots of people saying that an investigation into corruption needs to happen and that the young rapist involved needs to be tried for the felony he committed and confessed to committing and that there is/was at least one copy of a video of him committing.

But hey, don't let facts--from the article or from this thread--get in the way of making excuses for your friend/brother/cousin/nephew/son/client. God forbid you should pay attention to all those people "pointing out those uncomfortable facts."



Is not anonymous mob justice?
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-10-14 01:24:10 PM  

HeartBurnKid: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm not going to call for it, but I wouldn't cry if it happened.  These assholes raped two girls, and the justice system failed and let them get away with it.  This is the kind of situation where mob justice can be justified.  Pity the local mob has taken the side of injustice.


Sorry, I can't think that way. My beliefs and upbringing preclude me from behaving in that manner.
 
2013-10-14 01:24:30 PM  

elysive: Marcus Aurelius: QueenMamaBee: And apparently Anonymous is looking at them

http://anonnews.org/forum/post/41291

Something tells me that Matthew is going to wish he'd been prosecuted by the law, because the internet will never forget him now.

As much as I'd like to believe that, there's not enough Photoshop in this thread to encourage me that Fark will remember this guy in three months.


Yeah, this dude needs some PS.
 
2013-10-14 01:27:40 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Uh, maybe you should clarify that, Mr. Rapey McRaperson Apologist. I see lots of people saying that an investigation into corruption needs to happen and that the young rapist involved needs to be tried for the felony he committed and confessed to committing and that there is/was at least one copy of a video of him committing.

But hey, don't let facts--from the article or from this thread--get in the way of making excuses for your friend/brother/cousin/nephew/son/client. God forbid you should pay attention to all those people "pointing out those uncomfortable facts."


Is not anonymous mob justice?


Did all of Fark go to Anonymous? not from what I see. I see one post. Did all of Fark that posted in this thread go burn this town down? I haven't booked a plane ticket and I sincerely doubt anyone else has.

Funny, your apple doesn't look like this cantaloupe at all. But your continued defense of a rapist still makes you look like a rapist.
 
2013-10-14 01:28:17 PM  

ColSanders: If I leave my garage door open overnight with my keys in the car and someone steals it, the thief should still be punished, and I shouldn't be harassed for reporting it. That said, it would be stupid for me to give would-be thieves such an opportunity, and I think anyone would agree.


Sure. Now what we need is a comprehensive list of social situations that are tantamount to leaving the garage door open with the keys in the car. We've already established that consuming alcohol in a co-ed situation is one. But there must be others. Is any time between midnight and 7 am "leaving the keys in the car"? Dressing provocatively, maybe. But what may look like a perfectly ordinary outfit to one person looks like rape bait to a rapist.
proudtobeafilthyliberalscum.com
We definitely need some clarification on which rape victims should feel culpable in their rapes and which rape victims should not.
 
2013-10-14 01:30:21 PM  

gja: HeartBurnKid: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm not going to call for it, but I wouldn't cry if it happened.  These assholes raped two girls, and the justice system failed and let them get away with it.  This is the kind of situation where mob justice can be justified.  Pity the local mob has taken the side of injustice.

Sorry, I can't think that way. My beliefs and upbringing preclude me from behaving in that manner.


Same. But I can absolutely agree that this prosecutor and the MO Attorney General's Office need investigating from someone higher up the chain and that everyone involved with obstructing justice needs to go to jail in addition to those who actually committed the original crimes in this case. If that means the whole town goes to prison, it will not hurt my feelings--that's where they all belong.
 
2013-10-14 01:31:02 PM  

spiderpaz: because you don't want to jeopardize your ideological purity


Not teaching your sons not to rape is what fails to jeopardize ideological purity, you git.
 
2013-10-14 01:31:46 PM  

Zik-Zak: RectalFury: LIBBBBBBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

Matthew Barnett only rapes on days that end with Y.

//Matthew Barnett - Rapist, Real Facts.

I don't know why this coming from someone with your handle is hilarious, but coffee IS coming out of my nose.

jedikinkoid:  (Mind you, I do kinda feel for all the other Matthew Barnetts who didn't rape anyone - one of whom is an old friend.)

Then we must be specific.

/"I'm Cinna the poet! I'm Cinna the poet!"
//"I am not Cinna the conspirator, I'm Cinna the bon!"


Bwahahaha!

And I shall now say this every time I see a Cinnabon.
 
2013-10-14 01:32:20 PM  

Falin: Hey, I heard a rumor that Matthew Barnett who attends University of Central Missouri is a rapist who rapes.

Is this true?


The Internet tells me so.
 
2013-10-14 01:34:35 PM  
Foo-Ba!!!!!
 
2013-10-14 01:35:03 PM  

skozlaw: Warlordtrooper: skozlaw: I can't believe it took almost two hundred posts for the pro-rape brigade to turn this into a "biatch deserved it" thread.

That's gotta be a record for Fark.

Ya but go look at the thread about the tiger taking off the woman's arm.  It was a "biatch deserved it" thread from the get go.  Didn't see too many people complaining about the tone of those comments in there.

The fark you on about?


He's directly comparing Matthew Barnett the raping rapist to a wild tiger. He's basically admitting that Matthew Barnett the rapist is unpredictable and needs to be locked up, for the safety of every person with names beginning with the letters A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.

/Matthew Barnett, rapist
 
2013-10-14 01:35:13 PM  

elysive: As much as I'd like to believe that, there's not enough Photoshop in this thread to encourage me that Fark will remember this guy in three months


There will be a follow-up to this story.  Perhaps several.  And the internet never forgets.
 
2013-10-14 01:35:48 PM  
Looks like Anonymous is indeed on the case, for better or for worse. At the very least I hope they make a few Maryville residents uncomfortable. http://youtu.be/6y-rrr1UWDs
 
2013-10-14 01:37:44 PM  

Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Uh, maybe you should clarify that, Mr. Rapey McRaperson Apologist. I see lots of people saying that an investigation into corruption needs to happen and that the young rapist involved needs to be tried for the felony he committed and confessed to committing and that there is/was at least one copy of a video of him committing.

But hey, don't let facts--from the article or from this thread--get in the way of making excuses for your friend/brother/cousin/nephew/son/client. God forbid you should pay attention to all those people "pointing out those uncomfortable facts."


Is not anonymous mob justice?

Did all of Fark go to Anonymous? not from what I see. I see one post. Did all of Fark that posted in this thread go burn this town down? I haven't booked a plane ticket and I sincerely doubt anyone else has.

Funny, your apple doesn't look like this cantaloupe at all. But your continued defense of a rapist still makes you look like a rapist.


Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens
 
2013-10-14 01:38:06 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: skozlaw: Warlordtrooper: skozlaw: I can't believe it took almost two hundred posts for the pro-rape brigade to turn this into a "biatch deserved it" thread.

That's gotta be a record for Fark.

Ya but go look at the thread about the tiger taking off the woman's arm.  It was a "biatch deserved it" thread from the get go.  Didn't see too many people complaining about the tone of those comments in there.

The fark you on about?

He's directly comparing Matthew Barnett the raping rapist to a wild tiger. He's basically admitting that Matthew Barnett the rapist is unpredictable and needs to be locked up, for the safety of every person with names beginning with the letters A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.

/Matthew Barnett, rapist


Like Tony the Tiger, with a hard on that just wont quit.
 
2013-10-14 01:38:14 PM  

qualtrough: Think of the deeds of hellish cruelty


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-10-14 01:39:04 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: Aigoo: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Uh, maybe you should clarify that, Mr. Rapey McRaperson Apologist. I see lots of people saying that an investigation into corruption needs to happen and that the young rapist involved needs to be tried for the felony he committed and confessed to committing and that there is/was at least one copy of a video of him committing.

But hey, don't let facts--from the article or from this thread--get in the way of making excuses for your friend/brother/cousin/nephew/son/client. God forbid you should pay attention to all those people "pointing out those uncomfortable facts."


Is not anonymous mob justice?

Did all of Fark go to Anonymous? not from what I see. I see one post. Did all of Fark that posted in this thread go burn this town down? I haven't booked a plane ticket and I sincerely doubt anyone else has.

Funny, your apple doesn't look like this cantaloupe at all. But your continued defense of a rapist still makes you look like a rapist.

Remove your blinders and read the thread. Mob justice is being called for. It doesn't just mean lynching the boys. It also mean harassment online, at school and other ways to stalk them. People need to step back before something stupid happens


Like, regular stupid, or ultra bang your sister Missouri stupid?
 
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2013-10-14 01:39:19 PM  

someonelse: Sure. Now what we need is a comprehensive list of social situations that are tantamount to leaving the garage door open with the keys in the car. We've already established that consuming alcohol in a co-ed situation is one. But there must be others. Is any time between midnight and 7 am "leaving the keys in the car"? Dressing provocatively, maybe. But what may look like a perfectly ordinary outfit to one person looks like rape bait to a rapist.



The key is that it is never socially acceptable to exploit a person's weakness in a vulnerable situation, especially a minor.  Would it be acceptable to rape a woman if she were knocked unconscious in an auto accident?  It acceptable to rape very attractive patients when they'reunconscious during surgery?  Is acceptable to rape children because they can't defend themselves?

Again, taking advantage of a person who is vulnerable is immoral and sick.
 
2013-10-14 01:40:36 PM  

gja: HeartBurnKid: MechaPyx: Mid_mo_mad_man: gja: Paris1127: Ah yes, Nodaway County, where 46 people witnessed the murder of the town bully in broad daylight and simultaneously saw nothing.

He was just looking for a beatdown.

/will i get a bite?

He did deserve to die. The law couldn't do anything. Remember this was before stalking was a considered a major crime. The town put down a rabid dog. Nothing was lost that day. Btw thats the same thing the good people in this thread are calling for. You know mob justice

Did I miss something? I didn't see anyone calling for him to be dumped in a lake wearing a set of concrete boots.

I'm not going to call for it, but I wouldn't cry if it happened.  These assholes raped two girls, and the justice system failed and let them get away with it.  This is the kind of situation where mob justice can be justified.  Pity the local mob has taken the side of injustice.

Sorry, I can't think that way. My beliefs and upbringing preclude me from behaving in that manner.


In the end I always remember the words of John Adams, Blackstone and Maimonides  who all said something to the effect that it is better that 10 guilty go free than 1 innocent go to prison.  As for mob justice I understand it and can even sympathize but I have a hard time condoning it,

cdn2-b.examiner.com
 
2013-10-14 01:40:58 PM  

octabeck: i'm surprised nobody's posted this yet:  http://www.ucmo.edu/search/results.cfm?fname=matthew&lname=barnett&tit le=&cphone=&sdepartment=&faculty=1&student=1&as_fid=%2FG0Zj2wWa1k1XDeW HXq%2F">http://www.ucmo.edu/search/results.cfm?fname=matthew&lname=ba rnett&tit le=&cphone=&sdepartment=&faculty=1&student=1&as_fid=%2FG0Zj2wWa1k1XDeW HXq%2F


Haha, good one!
 
2013-10-14 01:41:11 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: ColSanders: However, bad decisions on the girls' part should be pointed out and used as a teaching moment for young girlsboys.

Girls don't need to be taught to be not raped. Boys need to be taught to not rape. Don't let boys rape, period.

Blaming the victim only goes down a rabbit hole that nobody in this country wants to go down. Do YOU want women to have to cover themselves head-to-toe whenever they leave the house? Because that is where your idea leads to.


You make a good point.  I'm thinking about this as the father of a son and two daughters.  What you suggest covers what I will (all this stuff is future tense because none of my kids are older than 4) teach my son.  Don't.  Not ever.  No excuses, rationalizations, or attempts at mitigation.  But what do I teach my daughters?  We live in a world in which we sadly have to take measures to protect ourselves against being victimized.  It is unfortunate reality, not my moral culpability, that makes me lock my car and avoid certain neighborhoods after dark.  When girls are given rape whistles or pepper spray or whatever else, that doesn't imply any moral fault.  Conflating the two is Mid_mo_mad_man's error.  I will teach my daughters to take practical steps to protect themselves, not because they bear any responsibility, but because this is the only world we've got, and we've got to live in it.  I've been doing martial arts for almost twenty years now, and as soon as they're old enough, I will teach my children.  No, I don't want women to have to know how to remove the eyeballs of a man who tries something, but we do live in a world in which women have to know how to remove the eyeballs of a man who tries something.
 
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