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(Delaware Online)   Father to spend 20 years in prison for raping his daughter. JK, he's rich, white, and gets probation   (delawareonline.com) divider line 180
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2014-03-31 12:03:11 AM
Sounds like another sad victim of affluenza.
 
2014-03-31 12:13:53 AM
Yeeeaaahhhh....that's not going to work for us.

Seriously, that shiat can't stand.
 
2014-03-31 12:32:16 AM
We've got a chomo, a gold digger, a bought off judge, and a butt hurt public defender with illusions of grandeur who thinks anyone is shocked when there's no justice in the courts of a country that ties her up outside and blindfolds her. Not one person seems to care about the kids in this article. It's all about what can we do to this guy.
 
2014-03-31 12:35:15 AM
Hey, take it easy on the guy. I mean, after all, his daughter's was attacked. That has to be pretty rough on him.
 
2014-03-31 12:40:24 AM
His .., THREE year old daughter?!

Lock that dude away. Forever.
 
2014-03-31 12:57:49 AM
The only color that matters is green, subby
 
2014-03-31 01:05:16 AM

fusillade762: Sounds like another sad victim of affluenza.


Why havent we seen more occurrences of people going Dexter??
Seriously.
 
2014-03-31 01:06:19 AM
What constitutes fourth degree rape? The article doesn't specify what this guy did.

I'm guessing he is a scum bag, but otoh, fourth degree sounds like he could have walked around in stained boxers in the vicinity of the kids.
 
2014-03-31 01:23:55 AM
I'm not saying that probation is the right thing to do but you cannot just throw people in prison and ignore their safety. If the state is going to lock people up it has a duty to protect the inmates. I don't know what the solution is but you can't just ignore persons safety because they are in prison
 
2014-03-31 01:26:38 AM

Warlordtrooper: I'm not saying that probation is the right thing to do but you cannot just throw people in prison and ignore their safety. If the state is going to lock people up it has a duty to protect the inmates. I don't know what the solution is but you can't just ignore persons safety because they are in prison


If that was the case, all child molesters should get probation... not only rich white people.

IamKaiserSoze!!!: What constitutes fourth degree rape? The article doesn't specify what this guy did.

I'm guessing he is a scum bag, but otoh, fourth degree sounds like he could have walked around in stained boxers in the vicinity of the kids.


He pled down to it. It was second degree that he was charged with.
 
2014-03-31 01:28:12 AM
Oh wow...
 
2014-03-31 01:29:31 AM
a judge known for being tough suddenly goes all bleeding heart?   She was bribed.
 
2014-03-31 01:30:13 AM

HawgWild: His .., THREE year old daughter?!

Lock that dude away. Forever.


Too old.
 
2014-03-31 01:31:16 AM
Yet more Northern State typical boolshiat
 
2014-03-31 01:34:02 AM

namatad: fusillade762: Sounds like another sad victim of affluenza.

Why havent we seen more occurrences of people going Dexter??
Seriously.


Serial Killers lack empathy, so they do not seek justice, simply the thrilling power-trip of murdering someone.
Angry Mobs do not attack the rich, historically they go against the weakest and easiest targets for severely misaligned ideals of justice.

And Justice Knights?  Incorruptible moral men with a sense of justice that forces them to stand up to the waves of filth and degradation that fill the world?  They are strangled in the crib, sent off on some children's crusade before they ever grow old enough to learn what targets TRULY need to be struck.

Besides, the essence of a rampage against the Powers-that-be is a rebellion against the aristocratic system, which in this country is the established order of Capitalist Oligarchy.  Rebelling against that is filthy communism.  Can't have that.
 
2014-03-31 01:34:20 AM
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/Excellent book
 
2014-03-31 01:34:50 AM
You might say he... gets off with probation

yeeeahhh
 
2014-03-31 01:34:52 AM

Pumpernickel bread: a judge known for being tough suddenly goes all bleeding heart?   She was bribed.


"But in June 2008, just days before a scheduled trial, prosecutor Renee Hrivnak offered Richards a plea to a single count of fourth-degree rape, which carries no mandatory time, and he accepted, admitting in court that he abused his child.

"Fourth-degree rape is a Class C violent felony that by law can bring up to 15 years in prison, though guidelines suggest zero to 2½ years in prison."

Well, that's what he got. Blame the judge? Maybe the prosecution decided not to roll the dice with a young
accuser, well-funded defense lawyer, and hearsay testimony from a soon-to-be ex-wife.
 
2014-03-31 01:35:01 AM
this guy is sick,  but lets not overlook the fact that when he raped his son they reduced the charges,  maybe he didn't want to pick favorites.
 
2014-03-31 01:35:45 AM
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2014-03-31 01:35:51 AM
"Sex offenders are the lowest of the low in prison," Hurley said. "He's a rich, white boy who is a wuss and a child perv. The prison can't protect them, and Jan Jurden knows that reality. She is right on."

Yes, that's very true. So all sex offenders should get probation, not just du Pont heirs. Right, Judge Jurden? Because if this guy who ADMITTED raping his daughter and ADMITTED molesting his son can't be given prison because he MIGHT not fare well in prison, we sure as shiat shouldn't be putting in guys who did anything less heinous that we KNOW won't do well (this guy is 6'4", 275 lbs).

Oh, and btw? Prisons can absolutely protect sex offenders. My best friend the CO has a whole tier of them in his medium-security prison in Nevada. Except for the really awful scumbags like Jeremy Strohmeyer, they are only segregated from general population, and do reasonably well. The sex-offenders' wing is no different than the regular tiers except its full of trannies, male hookers, kiddie diddlers and assorted perverts. They just don't mingle them with the robbers, gangbangers (heh) and murderers. So try again, Janny.
 
2014-03-31 01:36:15 AM
FTFA: Her observation that prison life would adversely affect Richards was a rare and puzzling rationale...The fact that Jurden expressed concern that prison wasn't right for Richards came as a surprise to defense lawyers and prosecutors who consider her a tough sentencing judge.

As opposed to all the non-super rich people for whom prison is apparently perfect for.

I'll just file this away for a possible future.  If I ever end up being arrested for something, I'll show up in court wearing a suit made entirely out of stock certificates and tell the judge that I don't think prison is the right fit for me.
 
2014-03-31 01:36:21 AM

BullBearMS: /Excellent book


He actually tweeted a link to this story not too long ago.
 
2014-03-31 01:36:26 AM

HawgWild: His .., THREE year old daughter?!

Lock that dude away. Forever.


A whole lotta this. I'm all for treating the guy but he needs to be locked away FIRST, before he hurts another child.
 
2014-03-31 01:37:06 AM
"Fourth-degree rape is a Class C violent felony that by law can bring up to 15 years in prison, though guidelines suggest zero to 2½ years in prison."

So she sentenced within the suggested range of the guidelines.  Non story.
 
2014-03-31 01:37:13 AM
I kept looking for the catch, where the media was just trying to make a big deal out of something perfectly reasonable once you have all the facts. But... it's not there. There is no catch. It's literally a judge saying "prison sucks a lot, how about we put you in treatment instead?" That's... just farking messed up.
 
2014-03-31 01:37:28 AM

HawgWild: His .., THREE year old daughter?!

Lock that dude away. Forever   Too old.


FTFY - Pedobear style
 
2014-03-31 01:37:33 AM

HawgWild: His .., THREE year old daughter?!

Lock that dude away. Forever.


We should not lock up real pedophiles; we should set them all free. Well, free in the metaphorical sense. In the vernacular I guess I mean hang. We should hang all pedophiles. But to do this, we need a rigorous overhaul of the judicial system so that everyone, except the condemned, is satisfied the condemned is guilty. But it wouldn't work here.

This looks like a textbook hatchet job setting up for the financial coup de gras. Marry a rich troll, shiat out a kid, teach kid to lie, then divorce him and claim he abused the kid. If prosecutors can do you dirty work and he's a felon. That makes the money lawsuit easy peasy and you can take all his cash. I'm not saying that's what happened, but it's awfully suspect that a known hard ass judge would suddenly go super soft on a pedophile in a state with merit based judicial selection. Her peers and superiors are watching.
 
2014-03-31 01:37:43 AM

IamKaiserSoze!!!: I'm guessing he is a scum bag, but otoh, fourth degree sounds like he could have walked around in stained boxers in the vicinity of the kids.


According to Raw Story:

"The grandmother, Donna Burg, said that the girl reported that her father told her it was "our little secret" but said she didn't want "my daddy touching me anymore."
The girl said her father molested her in the bedrooms of both her mother and brother in their home, according to the arrest warrant."
 
2014-03-31 01:37:57 AM
Subby here.  Thanks for the first greenlight, though this story makes me a little more dead inside.
 
2014-03-31 01:44:01 AM
Halls of justice painted green, money talking

/Justice is lost
//Justice is raped
///Justice is gone
 
2014-03-31 01:49:11 AM
In-house pussy ?

The above statement is regretful because I might have used the hyphen wrong..
 
2014-03-31 01:50:38 AM

IamKaiserSoze!!!: What constitutes fourth degree rape? The article doesn't specify what this guy did.

I'm guessing he is a scum bag, but otoh, fourth degree sounds like he could have walked around in stained boxers in the vicinity of the kids.


Based on some searching online, it looks like it could mean UFIA or UFIV. But it most likely doesn't mean intercourse.

Not that it's an excuse.
 
2014-03-31 01:52:09 AM

Gyrfalcon: ADMITTED


Be fair, plea deals aren't the same as an honest admission or mea culpa.

If that guy from No Country For Old Men ties you to a chair and says "Hello, Friendo. Today is your lucky day. Normally we flip coin. Heads, I kill you. Tails, I go home you live. But today only you so lucky, you sign this piece of paper, I kick you in shin very hard, we all go home." that's a little different than "O, why should wrath be mute, and fury dumb?I am no baby, I, that with base prayers I should repent the evils I have done."

Not that he probably doesn't have a dark side. Harkonens usually do.

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2014-03-31 01:55:17 AM

wrussell1982: Subby here.  Thanks for the first greenlight, though this story makes me a little more dead inside.


Next time, bring enough three year olds to share with everyone.

/I have no soul
 
2014-03-31 01:55:42 AM
Don't lock him away forever, just parts of him.
 
2014-03-31 01:56:13 AM

fusillade762: Sounds like another sad victim of affluenza.


Even his own defense attorney called him a perv. OUCH!

Is there any way to overturn this sentence in a higher court without risking double-jeopardy? This "Only the little people have to go to prison" sh*t is just plain wrong.
 
2014-03-31 01:56:34 AM

K3rmy: wrussell1982: Subby here.  Thanks for the first greenlight, though this story makes me a little more dead inside.

Next time, bring enough three year olds to share with everyone.

/I have no soul


If you had any left, after that it's definitely all gone now.
 
2014-03-31 01:57:23 AM
 
2014-03-31 01:59:24 AM
Can we just start a list of f*ckers who need to be shown some things, and the next one of us who gets a terminal illness, gets the honor of doing so?
 
2014-03-31 02:00:42 AM

namatad: fusillade762: Sounds like another sad victim of affluenza.

Why havent we seen more occurrences of people going Dexter??
Seriously.


Two reasons mainly:
Doubt I'd get away with it. I'm smart but Dexter's lucky and I'm not.
If I got caught, it'd put my family through hell.

At least that's on my end.
 
2014-03-31 02:04:53 AM
Dear Judge Jan Jurden,

After reading the article of your recent "sentencing" of the du Pont heir to Probation for raping a child, I decided to do some research on your career to see how you have conducted your cases for comparison.

I also found out the existence of your grandchildren, where they go to school, and what they look like, and forwarded this information to Robert H. Richards IV. I'm sure he will find such information very useful.

Have a Nice Day. images.funadvice.com

Signed, Vinnie
 
2014-03-31 02:07:48 AM
And this is why, although I'm against the death penalty in most cases, I can not claim to be against it in all situations.
 
2014-03-31 02:07:56 AM
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2014-03-31 02:08:12 AM
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2014-03-31 02:09:25 AM
WTF judge? Who give a fark if he can't handle jail. Not only does he need jail for the rest of his life, he needs general population with his conviction tattooed on his forehead. Let him become someone's biatch and maybe he will understand that what he did was horrible.
 
2014-03-31 02:10:51 AM
That's the Delaware law: http://delcode.delaware.gov/title11/c005/sc02/index.shtml

So it could be UFIA or UFIV but I don't understand how that could have been any sort of accident.
 
2014-03-31 02:13:56 AM

Warlordtrooper: I'm not saying that probation is the right thing to do but you cannot just throw people in prison and ignore their safety. If the state is going to lock people up it has a duty to protect the inmates. I don't know what the solution is but you can't just ignore persons safety because they are in prison


All child molesters fare badly in prison.  The only reason anyone cared in this case is because he's rich.

Does double jeopardy apply to sentencing?  Can someone be re-sentenced upwards?
 
2014-03-31 02:22:55 AM
It wouldn't surprise me if you can't legally send a du Pont to prison under Delaware law; they still largely own the state.

/John du Pont went to jail here in Pennsylvania
//the peril of living on the wrong side of the state line.
 
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2014-03-31 02:25:33 AM

TV's Vinnie: Dear Judge Jan Jurden,

After reading the article of your recent "sentencing" of the du Pont heir to Probation for raping a child, I decided to do some research on your career to see how you have conducted your cases for comparison.

I also found out the existence of your grandchildren, where they go to school, and what they look like, and forwarded this information to Robert H. Richards IV. I'm sure he will find such information very useful.

Have a Nice Day. [images.funadvice.com image 50x50]

Signed, Vinnie



You're a child.
 
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