Tanning salon manager arrested

Tanning salon manager arrested

There are 37 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 10, 2006, titled Tanning salon manager arrested. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A convicted sex offender who had been working as a tanning salon manager was arrested in Kentucky on charges that he fondled a teenage girl during what she thought was a job interview.

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Eric D

Plainfield, IN

#22 Nov 10, 2006
Adolf wrote:
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Sure lets execute all the priests and conservatives too, ohh and don’t forget about the drunk drivers…what a moron
How about we just let him live with your family, daughter, wife etc. Adolf? And I am a moron? Right....

Oak Park, IL

#23 Nov 10, 2006
bob wrote:
<quoted text>interesting. if i remember my sociology classes correctly, most child molesters and rapists generally tend to have strong religious and politically conservative views, and were raised that way from childhood.
Bob, What university gave you that BS? I have a degree in Sociology, and have never heard this mush. They should give you your tuition money back!
Naptown KC

Brownsburg, IN

#24 Nov 10, 2006
Sad statement wrote:
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You only know about the ones you read on TV. When's the last time you actually read about treatment that's effective or offenders that never offend again after treatment. Those aren't newsworthy like those who re-offend. Do you even know what the recidivism rate is for sex offenders? Do you know what recidivism means?? Treatment is effective for those who want to change, and some of them do (although I know some don't).
One way to put it might be:

Some guns are loaded.
Some guns are not.
If someone puts a gun to your childs head, what would you do?

By your logic, you wait until they pull the trigger to see if it is loaded, after all it might not be.

By my logic, you take the gun away and shoot the douchebag in the face.

This man was a CHILD MOLESTER!!!!!
A girl of 15 is a child. Fondling her is CHILD MOLESTATION!!!!!
The only reason to rehabilitate someone is to redeem any value left in that person.
A child molester has no value.
5 knuckle shuffle

Noblesville, IN

#25 Nov 10, 2006
They should have places where the men should pay taxes on their vouyeyristic endeavors.That way they could cut the sales and property taxes al together
Avon Girl

Jacksonville, FL

#26 Nov 10, 2006
Eric D wrote:
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Absolutely the victim in this case did the right thing. However, we as a society failed her in that she never should have had to have been in that situation to begin with.
Perhaps you would feel different if it were you who were the victim?
I know I'm inviting all sorts of "it wasn't her fault!" comments, but if my 15 year old self was put in that situation, nothing would have happened, because as soon as a strange man offered me money to touch me, my ass would have been hightailing it out the door. I know that some people are probably more trusting than me, and it still IS ABSOLUTELY the fault of the man for doing anything in the first place, but I can't see how 'society failed her'.

I also say, why don't they put offenders on estrogen (i.e. birth control) treatments? I seem to remember some interesting research in that area for curbing sexual predator's appetites.

Oak Park, IL

#27 Nov 10, 2006
How much you want to bet there are peep holes or video cameras in this tanning salon for viewing?

New York, NY

#28 Nov 10, 2006
Big Time

Indianapolis, IN

#29 Nov 10, 2006
Ahhhh....to be 15 and stupid again. I miss those days.
Dorthyetta Michaelson

New York, NY

#30 Nov 10, 2006
What idiot girl would let some adult man massage her in order to get a job? This girl has the brains of a pile of dung!

Madison, IN

#31 Nov 10, 2006
He should have given her $50 at least. What did she think was going to happen? I'm not saying that the guy doesn't deserve what he gets for being a perv. I know there is no fault on her side but what the heck was she thinking? Sounds to me like she was just mad she didn't get the job. Oh well, a least she didn't get hurt.
Oh that guy

New Albany, IN

#32 Nov 10, 2006
Doug wrote:
How much you want to bet there are peep holes or video cameras in this tanning salon for viewing?
Actually, that is why he has the sexual offender conviction. It wasn't child molestation. He was caught peeping.
another comment

Indianapolis, IN

#33 Nov 10, 2006
I have never been to a job interview,
where getting massage was part of the interview. I believe the girl was just
afraid to do anything, but she should
have run.
what a joke

Freetown, IN

#34 Nov 10, 2006
why doesnt this girl get any blame?? she is the money hungry moron who took the $25 dollars and actually let him start massaging her, she has a future as a stripper , taking money from men and then if something goes wrong, crying to the cops that it wasnt her fault

South Bend, IN

#35 Nov 10, 2006
"Pervert!" Apply directly to the forehead.

"Pervert!" Apply directly to the forehead.

"Pervert!" Apply directly to the forehead.

Why reserve it only for 'Katie's Revence'? Give 'em all a tattoo.
Sly in indy

Woodbridge, VA

#36 Nov 10, 2006
Castration without hesitation.
Sad statement

Indianapolis, IN

#37 Nov 15, 2006
Castration does nothing for sex offenders, neither does birth control or estrogen. Sex offenses aren't about sex or hormones.

Nashville, IN

#38 Dec 11, 2006
boy, boy....hasn't our culture denigrated to a point that we harbor so many intolerant armchair judges so willing to crucify? I knew and partied with Jeff (the child molester) at one time in my life. I had no idea that he might have had these type of thoughts. I myself grew up in a home with a molesting grandfather who lived with us. I and my three sisters were molested by him.
I bet that Jeff was molested repeatedly while growing up. If he was, now why is it that some folks that was molested decide to repeat the behavior (Jeff) and some folks have no temptation to molest (my sisters and I)?
No one can condone this type of behavior, but is there possible rehabilitation? Can people change from dysfunctional behaviors? I am also an alcoholic with over five years' sobriety. People CAN change....I think it depends on how bad they want to.
So, maybe the question is.....do we as a culture want to try and fix Jeff....or do we just remove him from society? if u answer yes to the first question, then we will have to finance THAT....yes to the second question means we finance THAT.
Executing child molesters....it's an option I guess, but from my situation, i would not want my molester executed, regardless of who he was. i DID want him stopped.
i don't know if child molesters can change like a drunk to a sober man. i forgave my molester, not for him, but for me, so it don't control me. it wasn't okay tho. punish them, offer them therapy....but sooner or later, the test of whether they are possibly rehabilitated will only come after their release. do we give them that chance? i think only with the appropriate supervision that that would entail. and THAT will cost bucks, also.

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