stephen w hicks

San Mateo, CA

#1 Jul 11, 2012
It is clear that sexual abuse amongst adults is a crime of violence. Likewise, ALL child molestation is a violent crime under current law and opinions that child molesters don't belong in prison perpetuates the prevalence of child molestation and fails to punish the perpetrator severely. Treatment for child molesters, like treatment for murder is preposterous. The molested child suffers the stigma of abuse for a lifetime. The Penn State/Sandusky case shows how the mighty fall when the truth comes out and why it should have come out at the first awareness of child abuse.
Our failure to scare molesters with severe punishment causes millions of molestations to go unreported over the years. Most child molestation is a pre-meditated, violent attack on the soul and the being of a child. It is often more serious than murder, which is often punished as a crime of passion, to a lesser degree than pre-meditated murder.
Women "enabler molesters" allow child molestation and should be punished as accomplices to child abuse, by going to prison for failure to report and failure to take the child out of a dangerous, disgusting, molestation environment.
To say that child molesters don't belong in prison is a slap in the face to all child molestation victims. It is this very attitude that child abusers are themselves victims of some sort of mental disorder that can be treated, that allows the public to fail to report child molestation. Child molestation, like murder is rather an acting out of anti-social and sometimes psychopathic behavior where some individuals molest serially or in the family for years without being reported.
There should be no statute of limitations for child molestation. Women are a major source of allowing child abuse and are in denial that they enable child molestation all over the US. The government can't help kids if adults don't report abuse.
After paying their dues for child molestation by serving prison time, perpetrators are welcome to receive counseling for their problem so that they don't become a repeat offender and go to prison again.
It is a felony to hit a cop or look at them cross-eyed and touch them by mistake. Society goes ballistic over a cop being killed. where is the outrage over child molestation and the women who both participate in it and allow it without reporting their first awareness to authorities? Outrage and severe prison time are the only ways to reduce the cancer of child molestation.
Sister Golden Hair

Tazewell, VA

#2 Jul 11, 2012
stephen w hicks wrote:
It is clear that sexual abuse amongst adults is a crime of violence. Likewise, ALL child molestation is a violent crime under current law and opinions that child molesters don't belong in prison perpetuates the prevalence of child molestation and fails to punish the perpetrator severely. Treatment for child molesters, like treatment for murder is preposterous. The molested child suffers the stigma of abuse for a lifetime. The Penn State/Sandusky case shows how the mighty fall when the truth comes out and why it should have come out at the first awareness of child abuse.
Our failure to scare molesters with severe punishment causes millions of molestations to go unreported over the years. Most child molestation is a pre-meditated, violent attack on the soul and the being of a child. It is often more serious than murder, which is often punished as a crime of passion, to a lesser degree than pre-meditated murder.
Women "enabler molesters" allow child molestation and should be punished as accomplices to child abuse, by going to prison for failure to report and failure to take the child out of a dangerous, disgusting, molestation environment.
To say that child molesters don't belong in prison is a slap in the face to all child molestation victims. It is this very attitude that child abusers are themselves victims of some sort of mental disorder that can be treated, that allows the public to fail to report child molestation. Child molestation, like murder is rather an acting out of anti-social and sometimes psychopathic behavior where some individuals molest serially or in the family for years without being reported.
There should be no statute of limitations for child molestation. Women are a major source of allowing child abuse and are in denial that they enable child molestation all over the US. The government can't help kids if adults don't report abuse.
After paying their dues for child molestation by serving prison time, perpetrators are welcome to receive counseling for their problem so that they don't become a repeat offender and go to prison again.
It is a felony to hit a cop or look at them cross-eyed and touch them by mistake. Society goes ballistic over a cop being killed. where is the outrage over child molestation and the women who both participate in it and allow it without reporting their first awareness to authorities? Outrage and severe prison time are the only ways to reduce the cancer of child molestation.
Very well stated!
Clearly

New Hope, VA

#3 Jul 11, 2012
stephen w hicks wrote:
It is clear that sexual abuse amongst adults is a crime of violence. Likewise, ALL child molestation is a violent crime under current law and opinions that child molesters don't belong in prison perpetuates the prevalence of child molestation and fails to punish the perpetrator severely. Treatment for child molesters, like treatment for murder is preposterous. The molested child suffers the stigma of abuse for a lifetime. The Penn State/Sandusky case shows how the mighty fall when the truth comes out and why it should have come out at the first awareness of child abuse.
Our failure to scare molesters with severe punishment causes millions of molestations to go unreported over the years. Most child molestation is a pre-meditated, violent attack on the soul and the being of a child. It is often more serious than murder, which is often punished as a crime of passion, to a lesser degree than pre-meditated murder.
Women "enabler molesters" allow child molestation and should be punished as accomplices to child abuse, by going to prison for failure to report and failure to take the child out of a dangerous, disgusting, molestation environment.
To say that child molesters don't belong in prison is a slap in the face to all child molestation victims. It is this very attitude that child abusers are themselves victims of some sort of mental disorder that can be treated, that allows the public to fail to report child molestation. Child molestation, like murder is rather an acting out of anti-social and sometimes psychopathic behavior where some individuals molest serially or in the family for years without being reported.
There should be no statute of limitations for child molestation. Women are a major source of allowing child abuse and are in denial that they enable child molestation all over the US. The government can't help kids if adults don't report abuse.
After paying their dues for child molestation by serving prison time, perpetrators are welcome to receive counseling for their problem so that they don't become a repeat offender and go to prison again.
It is a felony to hit a cop or look at them cross-eyed and touch them by mistake. Society goes ballistic over a cop being killed. where is the outrage over child molestation and the women who both participate in it and allow it without reporting their first awareness to authorities? Outrage and severe prison time are the only ways to reduce the cancer of child molestation.
Well it is clear that you have been molested and I truly hate that for you. Why lower you standards to Topix, you should write a book and get on Oprah.
Abused

United States

#4 Jul 13, 2012
You have stated true honest facts!

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