Saturday, August 25, 2007

More Leniency for Sexual Predators - Had Enough?

So the 15 year old sexual predator that abused a 7 year old girl at the Franke Park day camp is going to face the ultra-stiff punishment of probation:
The 15-year-old boy who molested a 7-year-old girl at Franke Park Day Camp will spend an indeterminate amount of time on probation.

In a brief hearing Friday, Allen Superior Judge Stephen Sims said he read the teen’s psychological-sexual report, and he did not believe Jean-Paul Lepley Herber would likely commit the crime again. He also said the teen’s parents scored above average on a test designed to determine their parenting ability.

How did that above average parenting ability pan out for them up until now? What a joke. Is this what our justice system has become - a series of bogus psych-evaluations and tests? When are the sheeple going to stand up and demand the justice system take care of these scum?

The kid is obviously a sick individual and knew damn well what he was doing was wrong. He should be punished - not sent running back to his "above average" mom. Don't give me that "he's just a child" crap either. If you're a sexual predator and you want sympathy then you can look in the dictionary between shit and syphilis - that's where you'll find your sympathy.

Congratulations to Deputy Prosecutor Carolyn Foley for reassuring sexual predators that they're safe as long as she is on the job...

3 comments:

Angry White Boy said...

Jeff,I agree - this is absolute horsehit. He should have been locked away in the N.E. Indiana Correctional Facilty until he's 18.

Robert Enders said...

Didn't Steve Sims shut down adult book stores and porno theaters when he was county prosecuter? Is it somehow less bad to molest a child then to read a book about sex?

Robert Enders said...

I think this is the first time that AWB, Jeff, and I all agree on the same thing. The punk got off way too light. Either he knew what he was doing and should go to prison, or he did not know and should be institutionalized.