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Posted: 3/15/2006 10:35:31 AM EDT
Kill them all. There is no excuse for hurting babies. That is all.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:39:06 AM EDT
But Doc, its a disease.
It can be cured
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:40:47 AM EDT
27 charged in online child porn sting

An Internet chat room that streamed video of live child molestations has been shut down, and 27 people have been charged with online child pornography offenses, federal authorities said today. "We plan to prosecute them and others involved in this vile chat room to the fullest extent of the law," Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said. Officials familiar with the investigation said they were particularly disturbed by the live webcasting of the criminal acts, and by the increasingly young ages of the victims.




Authorities said Annoreno allegedly produced live streaming video of him sexually molesting an infant.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:41:23 AM EDT

Originally Posted By yobo:
But Doc, its a disease.
It can be cured



Fuck that. Have Old Painless do a shoot. See how their toes react to different rounds of ammo impacting.

I just dont understand it, and even if it is a disease its not curable so stuff them into a dufflebag and throw them into a river.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:43:26 AM EDT
I am a little more sensitive to this I guess. I work so hard to bring these little people into the world and to see them harmed and killed for someone's twisted pleasure is beyong comprehension. As some of the members have said here before I would kill these fuckers if they were hurting your kids let alone mine.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:43:28 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/15/2006 10:45:17 AM EDT by ArmedFerret]
had a guy in my squadron (went thru tech school with him and hung out with him on weekends even) who's now at Miramar Brig in San Diego.

he drove himself down to missouri and decided to have his way with a 13-year-old.


he's damn lucky the cops got to him before his peers did. he was already in confinement when we found out; otherwise we woulda given him quite the beatdown.


however, i don't feel killing them right away is the answer. a halfway-sharpened knife should be used to remove many appendages and digits. then maybe a few days after gangrene sets in, put them down via a pack of hungry pit bulls.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:43:38 AM EDT
There are some private orgs out there that track these predators and are good at passing along info.
Our judges figure that 60 days or a few years is a just sentence when everybody knows that these people can't be cured. I dont think i would call the authorities i think its a job for hollowpoint man.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:44:26 AM EDT
no argument from me
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:44:27 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ARDOC:
I just dont understand it, and even if it is a disease its not curable so stuff them into a dufflebag and throw them into a river.



From the 70's "Give a hoot, don't pollute".
Just burn them till there's nothing but ash left.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:47:15 AM EDT
Better yet. Use them as human IED detectors. Put them at a long end of a rope and have them root around suspicious areas.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:51:58 AM EDT
You could put a big sign on them after they win their free vacation at Club Fed or the State hotel that says that they are a child molester. The other residents just *love* child molesters.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:52:57 AM EDT

Originally Posted By yobo:
But Doc, its a disease.
It can be cured



All that is required is aluminum bat therapy followed by .45 ACP therapy.

Bam! They're cured.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:57:49 AM EDT
Easy to say kill them all. What if it was your dad that felt you up when you were 10 or 12? What if it was your 18 y/o son that felt up a 16 y/o girl? There are certain people thrown into the lump of child molesters that are not true "child" molesters. But, where do you draw the line?

If somebody rapes an infant that is bad, real bad and deserves to die. But what if the rapist did it to a 10 or 12 year old, and was later arrested, and found guilty in trial? Wouldn't 20 or 30 years in prison gettin' assraped a better punishment then a .45 though the skull?
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 10:59:40 AM EDT

Originally Posted By cheaptrickfan:
Easy to say kill them all. What if it was your dad that felt you up when you were 10 or 12? What if it was your 18 y/o son that felt up a 16 y/o girl? There are certain people thrown into the lump of child molesters that are not true "child" molesters. But, where do you draw the line?

If somebody rapes an infant that is bad, real bad and deserves to die. But what if the rapist did it to a 10 or 12 year old, and was later arrested, and found guilty in trial? Wouldn't 20 or 30 years in prison gettin' assraped a better punishment then a .45 though the skull?



No, how much does it cost to incarcerate a prisoner one year?

Also all the studies have shown that there is NO rehabilitation for these criminals. They are what they are and will do it again and again until they are stopped.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:00:23 AM EDT

Originally Posted By cheaptrickfan:
But what if the rapist did it to a 10 or 12 year old, and was later arrested, and found guilty in trial? Wouldn't 20 or 30 years in prison gettin' assraped a better punishment then a .45 though the skull?



Absolutely not.

If .gov would hire me to put a round in the back of the head of every child molester on earth, it'd be a good start towards solving our problems.

Those that abuse children are at the bottom of the barrel with the thieves.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:01:33 AM EDT
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:05:23 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ARDOC:
No, how much does it cost to incarcerate a prisoner one year?



I heard $38,000/yr this morning on the news. Thats for your run of the mill prisoner and not the animals that require max security.

A 45ACP FMJ cartridge cost what... about 30 cents?

You do the math.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:07:34 AM EDT

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:08:49 AM EDT

Originally Posted By yobo:
But Doc, its a disease.
It can be cured



That’s true it’s a disease and fortunately there is now a cure. Cranial injections of the element Pb have been found to be very effective in curing criminal insanity.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:12:15 AM EDT
IMO, the best thing to do with them is to let the parents of their victims have 24 hours, law free, with the scum. The parents can have any tools and/or weapons, and can do whatever they want, without fear of being charged with any crime.

It makes me sick to even think about this but, if the parent is the molester, they deserve even worse. I don't know what that might be but I'm sure someone can come up with something.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:13:44 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Thuban:

Originally Posted By yobo:
But Doc, its a disease.
It can be cured



That’s true it’s a disease and fortunately there is now a cure. Cranial injections of the element Pb have been found to be very effective in curing criminal insanity.



Thats a sure cure for a lot of disease
They need to be teaching that procedure to med students.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:15:35 AM EDT

Originally Posted By cheaptrickfan:
Wouldn't 20 or 30 years in prison gettin' assraped a better punishment then a .45 though the skull?



No.

The recidivism rate on child molesters approaches damn near 100%.

It's damned expensive to shelter, feed and clothe a fucking piece of shit that can't be rehabbed, and gets his jollies by hurting an innocent child.

A Speer Gold Dot .45 round is about 40 cents.

Easy choice.

I am not just a man, by the way, I'm a Daddy. And I can ASSURE you that if some fucking piece of shit maggot son of a demon whore MOLESTER (I spit that word) ever TOUCHES my little girl , that they better pray to whatever demon spawned them that the authorities catch them and put them where I can't get to them before I do.

Bank that.

SG

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:16:57 AM EDT

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.


Winner of Fucktard Post of the Month.



SG
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:17:00 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ScaryGuy:

Originally Posted By cheaptrickfan:
Wouldn't 20 or 30 years in prison gettin' assraped a better punishment then a .45 though the skull?



No.

The recidivism rate on child molesters approaches damn near 100%.

It's damned expensive to shelter, feed and clothe a fucking piece of shit that can't be rehabbed, and gets his jollies by hurting an innocent child.

A Speer Gold Dot .45 round is about 40 cents.

Easy choice.

I am not just a man, by the way, I'm a Daddy. And I can ASSURE you that if some fucking piece of shit maggot son of a demon whore MOLESTER (I spit that word) ever TOUCHES my little girl , that they better pray to whatever demon spawned them that the authorities catch them and put them where I can't get to them before I do.

Bank that.

SG




I think its more like any little girl or boy. There are a lot of people here that will go all out to protect YOUR kids not just theirs.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:18:10 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ARDOC:

Originally Posted By ScaryGuy:

Originally Posted By cheaptrickfan:
Wouldn't 20 or 30 years in prison gettin' assraped a better punishment then a .45 though the skull?



No.

The recidivism rate on child molesters approaches damn near 100%.

It's damned expensive to shelter, feed and clothe a fucking piece of shit that can't be rehabbed, and gets his jollies by hurting an innocent child.

A Speer Gold Dot .45 round is about 40 cents.

Easy choice.

I am not just a man, by the way, I'm a Daddy. And I can ASSURE you that if some fucking piece of shit maggot son of a demon whore MOLESTER (I spit that word) ever TOUCHES my little girl , that they better pray to whatever demon spawned them that the authorities catch them and put them where I can't get to them before I do.

Bank that.

SG




I think its more like any little girl or boy. There are a lot of people here that will go all out to protect YOUR kids not just theirs.



Agree wholeheartedly, just didn't phrase it as such.

SG
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:19:31 AM EDT

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.



That line of thinking is what abused children think.

So which one molested you, your dad or your uncle?

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:20:50 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/15/2006 11:26:32 AM EDT by Orygunman]

Originally Posted By Blue_Dragon:
You could put a big sign on them after they win their free vacation at Club Fed or the State hotel that says that they are a child molester. The other residents just *love* child molesters.



Link

Sex Offender FAQs
Is there an Oregon State Sex Offender web site to access offender information?
Not currently. Some counties maintain a public web site which lists high risk, predatory offenders currently under supervision by Community Corrections. Contact your local Community Corrections office for additional information.

How can I get a list of sex offenders in my neighborhood?
A list of offenders, both on and off supervision, can be obtained by calling the Oregon State Police at 503-378-3725 Extension 4429. You will need to leave your name, mailing address, and the city, zip code information you want. Most requests are processed within 2-3 days, however, it can take up to one week depending on circumstances.

Why doesn’t the list give me the addresses for all the registered sex offenders?
Offenders currently under Post-Prison supervision or Community Corrections supervision fall under the jurisdiction of their supervising corrections agency. Information on these offenders may be released by their supervising agency.

Can I get the address of the sex offenders on supervision from the county corrections agency?
This varies from county to county. Generally they will provide you the address of those offenders deemed predatory. If the sex offender has not been deemed predatory, they may not release address information but can provide you with information about their crime of conviction and conditions of supervision.

What does “Predatory Sex Offender” mean?
An individual who exhibits characteristics showing a tendency to victimize or injure others and who has been convicted of a sex crime. The “predatory” designation allows law enforcement, or the supervising agency, to notify the community about a particular sex offender.

Are all sex offenders considered “Predatory”?
No. The Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision (for parolees), Community Corrections (for probationers) and Oregon State Police (for persons convicted of sex crimes in other states moving into Oregon and persons off of supervision) must make a finding of predatory, based on an assessment of the offender’s crimes and history. This assessment is based, in part, on previous history and the facts surrounding the sex offense conviction.

Are all sex offenders required to register?
No. The list of sex offenders required to register can be found in ORS 181.594. The first registration laws went into effect in Oregon in 1989. Since that time, additional crimes have been added to the list. There are a number of people living in Oregon whose sex offense convictions predate the registration requirements. Others have convictions which allow for relief from registration 10 years after their supervision ends.

How long are sex offenders required to register?
Oregon is a lifetime registration state for convictions of Class A and B Felony. This includes persons deemed predatory. If the sex offender has a sex offense conviction of Class C Felony or less (misdemeanor), they can apply for relief from the registration obligation no sooner than 10 years after their supervision ends. Application is made to the district attorney in the county in which they are residing and a court hearing is scheduled. For more information about relief from reporting requirements, see ORS 181.600 (adults) and ORS 181.607 (juveniles).

Where can I find the definitions for Oregon sex crimes?
The definitions for sexual offenses in Oregon can be found in ORS 163.305 to 163.467.

Where can I find information about sex offender residence requirements?
Residence requirements are conditions placed on sex offenders currently under supervision by the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision (for parolees) and Community Corrections (for probationers). These requirements can be found in ORS 144.641. For sex offenders off of supervision, no residential requirements apply.

What should I do if I see a known sex offender talking with children in the neighborhood?
Contact your local law enforcement agency. Report as much detail as possible. Confidentiality will be respected if requested.

Who should I contact if I want to report a suspicious incident or person?
Contact your local law enforcement agency. Offenders use secrecy as a method to continue their sexual abuse. Community involvement greatly enhances the successful monitoring of offenders in your community.

How do victims of sex offenses get information on their convicted sex offenders?
ORS 181.601 outlines what information is available to victims.


Community Notification FAQs

What is community notification?
Community notification is advising the community where a predatory sex offender resides of that individual’s presence. This can be made in a variety of ways depending on the offender and the circumstances. Notifying only the offender’s family and employer is a minimal form of community notification. Community notification is made by local law enforcement (i.e., police department, sheriffs office, state police) for persons not on supervision. Community notification is made by Community Corrections for persons under supervision by the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision and Community Corrections.

Other examples of notification include:

Community/neighborhood meetings
Distribution of flyers door-to-door (i.e., schools, daycare centers, etc.)
Newspaper articles and ads
Internet notices
Posting offender residences

To find out your area’s policy regarding community notification, you can contact your local Police Department, County Sheriff’s office, State Police office or Community Corrections department.


Is community notification made on all sex offenders?
No. Notification is made only on those persons deemed predatory by the Oregon State Police, the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision and Community Corrections. Notification may be made for sex offenders off of supervision by local law enforcement. For persons on supervision, notification may be made by their supervising agency.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:23:11 AM EDT
Throw them all in the Hog pit/shark tank/hyena cage/lion's den/fire ant hill.....you pick......longer, slower+better. Out.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:23:18 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/15/2006 11:27:34 AM EDT by Orygunman]
Link

History of Sex Offender Registration
Oregon’s first registration laws were enacted in 1989.

* Community Corrections was responsible for all registration and began when an offender was released on parole or was sentenced to a term of probation. The registration requirement was for 5 years.
* Community Corrections was required to enter offender information into the Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS) (i.e., name, description, address and offense). The information was updated only when the offender changed residences and could give an address update “in writing” by mail.
* There were no criminal penalties for failing to register.


In 1991 new crimes are added requiring registration.

* Supervised adult offenders coming into Oregon via Interstate Compact Agreement are made subject to registration.
* During their supervision, offenders are required to register with Community Corrections; post supervision offenders are to register with Oregon State Police.
* Annual registration and within 30 days of an address change is added to the requirements.
* Penalties are added for non-compliance ranging from a violation to Class C Felony.
* Registration is changed to lifetime from the 5-year requirement and the ability for the offender to petition the court for relief from registration 10 years after the end of their supervision is added. The new laws “grandfather” offenders in from 1989.


In 1993 “Predatory” designation is created for convictions of: Rape in any degree, Sodomy in any degree, Penetration with an Object in any degree, Sex Abuse in any degree and attempts to commit any of the above AND “Exhibits characteristics showing a tendency to victimize or injure others”. Language regarding the use of a risk assessment tool is included.

* Non-mandatory public notification is included, with any level of notification available at the discretion of the supervising official.
* Persons found “guilty except for insanity” of a sex crime are required to register the same as other sex offenders.


In 1995 additional crimes are added to the list requiring registration.

* The registration requirement is changed to include offenders who move into Oregon from another “jurisdiction” or another state.
* Misdemeanor sex crimes are added to the list of offenses that are not eligible for petition to set aside a conviction.
* Predatory offender “community notification” authority is extended to law enforcement after the termination of an offender’s parole/probation.
* Changes are made to include juveniles who commit sex crimes including mandatory sentencing and remanding to adult court.
* Lifetime registration for juveniles is enacted with the ability to petition for relief from registration after 10 years.
* Youth may now be considered predatory and subject to community notification.


In 1997 all registration offenses became Class A Misdemeanor or Class C Felony.

* Supervising agencies must provide additional information to the State Police for purposes of offender profiling.
* Oregon Youth Authority and county juvenile departments are mandated to allow Oregon State Police access to their files for offender profiling.
* Agencies and employees are given immunity from liability in performing their registration/notification duties.


In 1999 Oregon complied with the federal registration mandates surrounding the Jacob Wetterling Act by instigating a central registration repository at the Oregon State Police.

* To comply with Megan’s Law Oregon enacted public access to registered offender information via telephone, in-person inquiry, and internet access language.
* New crimes were added requiring registration.
* Oregon State Police develops the software to provide public web site access, the system is tested and ready to implement.
* Court injunctions are filed against the Oregon State Police in Marion County Circuit Court, prohibiting the release of offender information on the internet.
* Language is added limiting the release of address and conviction information by Oregon State police on supervised sex offenders.


In 2002 a legislative change occurred which allowed the Oregon State Police to use the internet to make predatory sex offender information available to the public.

* An additional court injunction is filed against Oregon State Police prohibiting release of offender information on the internet and the 1999 injunction continues.
* Language to allow juveniles relief from the duty to register is added.
* Prior to release, notification must be made to appropriate law enforcement by the Parole Board when an offender is released on parole or post-prison supervision (same applies to offenders on probation).
* Language is added which outlines criteria to be used by Oregon State Police or local law enforcement to determine if an offender now off of supervision qualifies for predatory status and public notification.


In 2003 the injunctions against Oregon State Police were vacated. Due to budget cuts, Oregon State Police laid off approximately 129 Troopers and 125 professional staff, not including existing vacancy cuts. No funding existed to implement a public web site for sex offender notification.

In 2004 language is changed allowing juveniles to petition for registration relief.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:25:22 AM EDT
My wife was molested by her stepfather from the age of 4 till 9 years of age. Thats all i have to say or im going to have a bad day.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:25:46 AM EDT
Throw them all in the Hog pit/shark tank/hyena cage/lion's den/fire ant hill.....you pick......longer+ slower=better. Out.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:42:57 AM EDT
I think you are all far to humane.

Now being the heartless bastard I am, according to C-4, I would make it take weeks. Bring them to the edge of death and pluck them back. Everyday an excercise in pain. When they start begging for death, then you get serious and really inflict some misery on them. Their last view of life should be a shovel of dirt getting dumped on their face.
I wish I could go into more details here. No one deserves a glimpse of Hell prior to making the actual trip more than these POSs.

But hey, I'm a heartless bastard.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:46:05 AM EDT
Again, the kill 'em all mentality reigns supreme and even though I hate, loathe and despise child molesters, I don't know if any of you would actually supporting the death penalty for a father/uncle/brother that molested a female of 8/10/12 years of age. I'm pretty sure you would all say "he was her father/uncle/brother and the punishment is extreme".

I'm pretty sure the courts would find an ugly, homeless man a much better "guilty" person than a clean cut, good looking professional man. The long haired freak-assed hippie liberal would fare much worse in trial than a conservative bible-thumpin' conservative - even though both were molesters.

I have a very close friend that was molested by their dad, and I only found out a couple of years ago. My friend never said anything to anybody during high school, or made any indication even in our adult years and I was sickened, heartbroken, and shocked to find out about it. My friend's dad was a hard working guy, did construction, was a born-again christian, could quote scripture like a crazy mutha. Nevertheless, I believe my friend when I was told about the molesting that took place. I've seen my friend's dad a couple of times over the past 15 or so years, he was always "hi, how you doing, haven't seen you lately, why don't you come over" type of comments. I always made excuses for not having time. One day I was at a resturant and had a couple of beers and he was coming in, saw me and came over to say hi. My tongue was a bit loose and I told him I knew what he did and really had nothing to ever say to him again. He said it was a lie. I left before I said anything worse.

So, don't tell me that you would put a bullet in the skull of a child molester - you won't do it.

Of course, you all say you would kill the bastard that did it to your daughter/grand daughter - well, what if it was your son/the girl's father that did it? Would you really kill him?

I think a large percentage of child molesters are family - not strangers.

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:48:07 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ScaryGuy:
I am not just a man, by the way, I'm a Daddy. And I can ASSURE you that if some fucking piece of shit maggot son of a demon whore MOLESTER (I spit that word) ever TOUCHES my little girl , that they better pray to whatever demon spawned them that the authorities catch them and put them where I can't get to them before I do.
Bank that.
SG


Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:52:02 AM EDT

Originally Posted By ScaryGuy:

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.


Winner of Fucktard Post of the Month.



SG





Nice and Thanks for your opinion
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 11:57:15 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/15/2006 11:58:09 AM EDT by warlord]
Death for Carlie's Killer

Videotaped slayer sentenced
Former mechanic Joseph Smith convicted of abducting 11-year-old outside car wash, raping and killing her, gets death penalty for murder

Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:06:36 PM EDT
Child molesters should be removed from their homes, dragged into the front yard by their ears, summarily shot in the head, and left to rot.

They hold no value in this world, and deserve nothing more or less than a bullet in the head. They should even be refused the publicity fallout associated with their sick perspective on life.

I agree wholeheartedly. Kill them. All.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:19:51 PM EDT
Just for info, you are not alone. Someone shot a registered sex offender thru his bedroom window down in San Marcos about a week ago. Police found his truck abandoned in a bar parking lot.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:26:42 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Hiwathl:

Originally Posted By ScaryGuy:

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.


Winner of Fucktard Post of the Month.



SG





Nice and Thanks for your opinion



Hehe, some of you guys need to check your sarcasm meters. But hey, this is arfcom. What would it be without someone playing devil's advocate?
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:30:58 PM EDT

Originally Posted By ARDOC:
Kill them all. There is no excuse for hurting babies. That is all.



Intracranial injections of Pb, delivered at high velocity have been shown to be quite effective at curing child molesters.
Out of all subjects who have recieved the requiste doses, there have been no repeat offenders.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:34:07 PM EDT
Agreed. The local news recently ran a story that Oklahoma lawmakers are trying to pass a law that would effect repeat child molesters. The repeat offender would serve life in prison without the possibility of parole, or could get the death penalty. Personally I don't know why they even have to be repeat offenders. If you prey on the helpless (children or elderly) you deserve to be "dealt with" IMO.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:38:59 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Hiwathl:

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.




+
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:39:15 PM EDT

Originally Posted By cheaptrickfan:
Again, the kill 'em all mentality reigns supreme and even though I hate, loathe and despise child molesters, I don't know if any of you would actually supporting the death penalty for a father/uncle/brother that molested a female of 8/10/12 years of age. I'm pretty sure you would all say "he was her father/uncle/brother and the punishment is extreme".

I'm pretty sure the courts would find an ugly, homeless man a much better "guilty" person than a clean cut, good looking professional man. The long haired freak-assed hippie liberal would fare much worse in trial than a conservative bible-thumpin' conservative - even though both were molesters.

I have a very close friend that was molested by their dad, and I only found out a couple of years ago. My friend never said anything to anybody during high school, or made any indication even in our adult years and I was sickened, heartbroken, and shocked to find out about it. My friend's dad was a hard working guy, did construction, was a born-again christian, could quote scripture like a crazy mutha. Nevertheless, I believe my friend when I was told about the molesting that took place. I've seen my friend's dad a couple of times over the past 15 or so years, he was always "hi, how you doing, haven't seen you lately, why don't you come over" type of comments. I always made excuses for not having time. One day I was at a resturant and had a couple of beers and he was coming in, saw me and came over to say hi. My tongue was a bit loose and I told him I knew what he did and really had nothing to ever say to him again. He said it was a lie. I left before I said anything worse.

So, don't tell me that you would put a bullet in the skull of a child molester - you won't do it.

Of course, you all say you would kill the bastard that did it to your daughter/grand daughter - well, what if it was your son/the girl's father that did it? Would you really kill him?

I think a large percentage of child molesters are family - not strangers.


If I knew they did it I don't care who they are I would kill them if I had the oportunity. There is NOTHING more important to me than my kids and their well being.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:43:09 PM EDT

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:

Originally Posted By Hiwathl:

Originally Posted By ScaryGuy:

Originally Posted By TheFreepster:
Personally, I think they're pretty cool.


Winner of Fucktard Post of the Month.



SG





Nice and Thanks for your opinion



Hehe, some of you guys need to check your sarcasm meters. But hey, this is arfcom. What would it be without someone playing devil's advocate?



Nice way to keep it rollin,,,Class Act
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:43:21 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Orygunman:

Originally Posted By Blue_Dragon:
You could put a big sign on them after they win their free vacation at Club Fed or the State hotel that says that they are a child molester. The other residents just *love* child molesters.



Link

Sex Offender FAQs
Is there an Oregon State Sex Offender web site to access offender information?
Not currently. Some counties maintain a public web site which lists high risk, predatory offenders currently under supervision by Community Corrections. Contact your local Community Corrections office for additional information.

How can I get a list of sex offenders in my neighborhood?
A list of offenders, both on and off supervision, can be obtained by calling the Oregon State Police at 503-378-3725 Extension 4429. You will need to leave your name, mailing address, and the city, zip code information you want. Most requests are processed within 2-3 days, however, it can take up to one week depending on circumstances.

Why doesn’t the list give me the addresses for all the registered sex offenders?
Offenders currently under Post-Prison supervision or Community Corrections supervision fall under the jurisdiction of their supervising corrections agency. Information on these offenders may be released by their supervising agency.

Can I get the address of the sex offenders on supervision from the county corrections agency?
This varies from county to county. Generally they will provide you the address of those offenders deemed predatory. If the sex offender has not been deemed predatory, they may not release address information but can provide you with information about their crime of conviction and conditions of supervision.

What does “Predatory Sex Offender” mean?
An individual who exhibits characteristics showing a tendency to victimize or injure others and who has been convicted of a sex crime. The “predatory” designation allows law enforcement, or the supervising agency, to notify the community about a particular sex offender.

Are all sex offenders considered “Predatory”?
No. The Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision (for parolees), Community Corrections (for probationers) and Oregon State Police (for persons convicted of sex crimes in other states moving into Oregon and persons off of supervision) must make a finding of predatory, based on an assessment of the offender’s crimes and history. This assessment is based, in part, on previous history and the facts surrounding the sex offense conviction.

Are all sex offenders required to register?
No. The list of sex offenders required to register can be found in ORS 181.594. The first registration laws went into effect in Oregon in 1989. Since that time, additional crimes have been added to the list. There are a number of people living in Oregon whose sex offense convictions predate the registration requirements. Others have convictions which allow for relief from registration 10 years after their supervision ends.

How long are sex offenders required to register?
Oregon is a lifetime registration state for convictions of Class A and B Felony. This includes persons deemed predatory. If the sex offender has a sex offense conviction of Class C Felony or less (misdemeanor), they can apply for relief from the registration obligation no sooner than 10 years after their supervision ends. Application is made to the district attorney in the county in which they are residing and a court hearing is scheduled. For more information about relief from reporting requirements, see ORS 181.600 (adults) and ORS 181.607 (juveniles).

Where can I find the definitions for Oregon sex crimes?
The definitions for sexual offenses in Oregon can be found in ORS 163.305 to 163.467.

Where can I find information about sex offender residence requirements?
Residence requirements are conditions placed on sex offenders currently under supervision by the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision (for parolees) and Community Corrections (for probationers). These requirements can be found in ORS 144.641. For sex offenders off of supervision, no residential requirements apply.

What should I do if I see a known sex offender talking with children in the neighborhood?
Contact your local law enforcement agency. Report as much detail as possible. Confidentiality will be respected if requested.

Who should I contact if I want to report a suspicious incident or person?
Contact your local law enforcement agency. Offenders use secrecy as a method to continue their sexual abuse. Community involvement greatly enhances the successful monitoring of offenders in your community.

How do victims of sex offenses get information on their convicted sex offenders?
ORS 181.601 outlines what information is available to victims.


Community Notification FAQs

What is community notification?
Community notification is advising the community where a predatory sex offender resides of that individual’s presence. This can be made in a variety of ways depending on the offender and the circumstances. Notifying only the offender’s family and employer is a minimal form of community notification. Community notification is made by local law enforcement (i.e., police department, sheriffs office, state police) for persons not on supervision. Community notification is made by Community Corrections for persons under supervision by the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision and Community Corrections.

Other examples of notification include:

Community/neighborhood meetings
Distribution of flyers door-to-door (i.e., schools, daycare centers, etc.)
Newspaper articles and ads
Internet notices
Posting offender residences

To find out your area’s policy regarding community notification, you can contact your local Police Department, County Sheriff’s office, State Police office or Community Corrections department.


Is community notification made on all sex offenders?
No. Notification is made only on those persons deemed predatory by the Oregon State Police, the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision and Community Corrections. Notification may be made for sex offenders off of supervision by local law enforcement. For persons on supervision, notification may be made by their supervising agency.



The idea is to to put a big sign on them showing that they are a child molester when they start serving their sentence in the Crossbar hotel. Let the other residents deal with the problem.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:45:07 PM EDT
families and loved ones of the victims should be allowed to carry out what they consider appropriate punishment...slowly and painfully.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:46:47 PM EDT
KILL IT WITH FIRE!
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:55:52 PM EDT
Here. Have fun with it!

Nat'l Sex Offender Database
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:56:02 PM EDT

Originally Posted By newracer:

Originally Posted By cheaptrickfan:
Again, the kill 'em all mentality reigns supreme and even though I hate, loathe and despise child molesters, I don't know if any of you would actually supporting the death penalty for a father/uncle/brother that molested a female of 8/10/12 years of age. I'm pretty sure you would all say "he was her father/uncle/brother and the punishment is extreme".

I'm pretty sure the courts would find an ugly, homeless man a much better "guilty" person than a clean cut, good looking professional man. The long haired freak-assed hippie liberal would fare much worse in trial than a conservative bible-thumpin' conservative - even though both were molesters.

I have a very close friend that was molested by their dad, and I only found out a couple of years ago. My friend never said anything to anybody during high school, or made any indication even in our adult years and I was sickened, heartbroken, and shocked to find out about it. My friend's dad was a hard working guy, did construction, was a born-again christian, could quote scripture like a crazy mutha. Nevertheless, I believe my friend when I was told about the molesting that took place. I've seen my friend's dad a couple of times over the past 15 or so years, he was always "hi, how you doing, haven't seen you lately, why don't you come over" type of comments. I always made excuses for not having time. One day I was at a resturant and had a couple of beers and he was coming in, saw me and came over to say hi. My tongue was a bit loose and I told him I knew what he did and really had nothing to ever say to him again. He said it was a lie. I left before I said anything worse.

So, don't tell me that you would put a bullet in the skull of a child molester - you won't do it.

Of course, you all say you would kill the bastard that did it to your daughter/grand daughter - well, what if it was your son/the girl's father that did it? Would you really kill him?

I think a large percentage of child molesters are family - not strangers.


If I knew they did it I don't care who they are I would kill them if I had the oportunity. There is NOTHING more important to me than my kids and their well being.



Would you really KILL your father, or brother if they were to molest your kid? (I'm not saying they would, I'm saying IF)

Think about it. Would you really pick up a gun, point it at your dad, or your brother, and blow their brains out?? Would you REALLY do it?

I hate child molesters with a passion and have often said the same thing about my daughter and thankfully she's never been violated. Should it happen, I'm not sure what I would really do, I know what I would LIKE to do, but hopefully will never have to find out.

As far as my friend is concerned, we talked about the abuse a couple of times but I never bring it up, and killing my friend's dad has NEVER been mentioned.
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 12:59:14 PM EDT
A tazer w/ Minimum 200, preferably 300 pound wild boars and an EMT crew come to mind
Link Posted: 3/15/2006 1:04:51 PM EDT
Cheaptrick,
To answer your question, I simply ask you to refer to ARDOC's first post.
Yes. Kill them. And yes, I would.
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