Laws that would make Child Predators pay for the crimes they committed against Our Children are ignored and never enacted, or if by chance a Law does make it, it is watered down so far that it should be an insult to WE THE PEOPLE.
Law Makers have empowered CHILD PREDATORS to Sexually Abuse several generations of the same families.
Now with the Supreme Court’s out-of-bounds ruling AGAINST OUR CHILDREN, and with none of our Law Makers crying PERVERTED FOUL, there is no possible way to protect any Child now, as is a parent’s duty, just as there is no way for a Child to retain any innocence and hope for a normal life.
This administration has shown nothing but contempt for our laws. But in doing so they have taken away all freedoms from everyone except the mentally challenged deviates that practice what not one breed of animal, fish, or fowl practices on Earth.
BUT, as if that wasn’t enough, now you poison. Our Children…. this is post #1 of #3
As I researched the obvious filtering of search engines, my faith was at least partially restored by BING.
Although the sadness in my heart had driven me deep within myself, to a place only one person knew existed, little did I know that my mood was soon to grow much darker.
Very seldom do I read the comments on news articles….
Jim said: Bad decisions by the convicted. Wisdom by the judges and prosecutors. Kudos to Alabama
Fred said: I don’t do criminal law so I’m hoping someone in Alabama can shed some light on this. Didn’t Lawrence v. Texas say laws against sodomy were unconstitutional? And didn’t the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals finally admit the same thing last June? So what exactly is the sodomy that this horrible woman was convicted of?
Devoran said: Pretty sure forcible sodomy is still against the law, just like other forms of forcible intercourse, age of consent notwithstanding. The curious thing about this is the 219 years. This is bad–really bad–but a life sentence for anything less than a brutal murder makes me think we may need to revisit what constitutes sensible sentencing.