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sad to say

Carmel, IN

#45 Jul 16, 2013
Your 100% correct, right will win, but you won't like the results.
Hmmmm

Frankfort, IN

#46 Jul 16, 2013
sad to say wrote:
Your 100% correct, right will win, but you won't like the results.
What do you mean by this?
Devils advocate

Frankfort, IN

#47 Jul 16, 2013
So is anybody going to mention the 11 rapes / sexual crimes with only one arrest?
JDub

United States

#48 Jan 21, 2014
Devil -

No no one will mention it or any of the other unsolved crimes around Frankfort they just sweep em under the rug an hope it all blows over.

Since: Aug 13

Indianapolis, IN

#49 Jan 21, 2014
Meg wrote:
I am ashamed to admit this is my hometown. Our "leaders" are jokes and our mayor is an arrogant little boy. He needs to grow up and realize life isn't about all the glory you get, but helping others and being the best person you can be. And no, I'm not a coward, like anyone who disagrees with the mayor likes to be called on here. I'm just able to form a thought and opinion on my own without someone holding my hand.
Maybe one day, when he finally grows up, he will see his shortcomings, but it is highly unlikely. If this happened to one of his loved ones, I'm sure he would have been quick to respond, and do all to protect them.
No matter how intoxicated/drugged she was, no means no.
And I don't think being mayor is the right "practice" field to start ones political career. The "string pullers" knew what they were doing having such an inexperienced young person in that position.
Lets not forget that the girl that held her down while the grown men raped her fed her those pills. Knowing I'm sure all along what was to happen to her. The same girl even hit her when she would rise up to protest. Sick individual. All of them need to answer for their part in the crime, to my knowledge not a single one of them were arrested. The girl was even allowed to continue to harrass the girl at her own home.(all of this in the lawsuit)
The most deplorable act of all was the police officers/detectives that chose to cover it up and delay the investigation. Outright sickening. All still working to protect and serve the citizens of the community. Makes a person feel real down right cozy.

Since: Aug 13

Indianapolis, IN

#50 Jan 21, 2014
Devils advocate wrote:
So is anybody going to mention the 11 rapes / sexual crimes with only one arrest?
Im with you Devils Advocate. If anyone had anyone has a daughter or even a wife, id move as far away from that town as possible. The women of this town know that nothing will be done , so how many do think have gone unreported because of exactly this situation. I wish more would come forward.

Since: Aug 13

Indianapolis, IN

#51 Jan 21, 2014
Weird wrote:
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I think we know what "no" means. However, I believe one would cast a doubt if "no" was really said. After all, a few lies here and there would make one wonder.
And I agree, I would move if I were you, the shame will bring you down.
Its clear you havnt done your homework. Read the lawsuit word for word , and then repeat what you just wrote. Or maybe you like that kinda thing Weird AKA SICKO
Tidbit

Michigantown, IN

#52 Mar 15, 2014
Looks like Chris didn't get his wish of this going away.

Thank goodness Channel 8 believes in keeping the community informed.
justsaying

Frankfort, IN

#53 Mar 17, 2014
what I would like to know is when all this stuff came out about officer Randy Emery Chris McBarnes and the chief posted updates of the case on their facebook pages said they are obligated to keep the public informed so I ask why is that article not posted on their facebook pages ?
JDub

United States

#54 Mar 17, 2014
Or why not feel the need to inform the community that a woman was shot three times in her own home? By a man who has not been caught?!

Bcuz they really don't give a shit.

Since: Aug 13

Indianapolis, IN

#55 Mar 19, 2014
Weird wrote:
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I think we know what "no" means. However, I believe one would cast a doubt if "no" was really said. After all, a few lies here and there would make one wonder.
And I agree, I would move if I were you, the shame will bring you down.
If that girl was worried about the "shame", she would not be bringing a civil suite against this town , where all of it will be brought out. The shame needs to be held by the law enforcement men and mayor who allowed such a crime to go unpunished.
If she was not saying no, why did the girls help holding her down have to punch her in the face when she would come to and fight?
why would she call 911 as soon as she was able to get up and out of the house? then be told that there would be no police to assist her?
All of the people involved should be in jail, and wait til after the hearing the "shame" will be theirs!!!
long run

Vernon Hills, IL

#56 Mar 24, 2014
The shame will fall two places. First with the boys who violated the girl. Second with the family and the girl, they raised a girl that made a poor decision. When will we start taking responsibility as parents for how we raise our kids. In their heart of hearts, as parents, they know. Where has our moral compass gone as parents, most children are born out of wedlock or are forced to raise their self while the parents give poor guidance. Parents don't care how their kids are going to lead a productive life, they can't be bothered, to busy leading their own spoiled lives. God forbid they spend one hour in church on Sunday. The shame will only remain with the responsible parties forever, in their heart of hearts. To everyone else involved, time will forget.
No brainer

United States

#57 Mar 24, 2014
long run wrote:
The shame will fall two places. First with the boys who violated the girl. Second with the family and the girl, they raised a girl that made a poor decision. When will we start taking responsibility as parents for how we raise our kids. In their heart of hearts, as parents, they know. Where has our moral compass gone as parents, most children are born out of wedlock or are forced to raise their self while the parents give poor guidance. Parents don't care how their kids are going to lead a productive life, they can't be bothered, to busy leading their own spoiled lives. God forbid they spend one hour in church on Sunday. The shame will only remain with the responsible parties forever, in their heart of hearts. To everyone else involved, time will forget.
Spend time in church??? The mayor as well as many city and county elected officials profess every chance they get that they are Christians yet they choose to manipulate things whenever needed to protect themselves or someone in their circle.

Spend time in church??? There were and continue to be children in the Catholic Church that are violated physically or mentally and their church hands them money and moves the abusers to churches far away.

Spend time in church??? That's a bit questionable as well. You can develop your own moral compass by listening to your heart and reading the bible on your own. While there are some ok Reverends and Preachers in the churches, the congregations, as a whole, leave much to be desired.

I do concur with your statement about parents thought. Kids need their butts beat when they knowingly misbehave. I've seen some parents that needed it too. Spare the rod, spoil the child.
JDub

United States

#58 Mar 25, 2014
LONG RUN. U will burn in hell for what u are saying. If u were a true Christian who spent any time in church u would not blame a young girl for being taken advantage of. What church do u spend ur hour in I want to avoid there!!!!

U are an awful person I hope u can't sleep at night.
That's like saying she deserved to be raped bcuz what she chose to wear!!!!! I hope u don't have daughters!!!!!!
long run

Vernon Hills, IL

#59 Mar 26, 2014
I don't blame the girl if you reread my post. Blame the parents 100%, the boy's 100%. Whats important to the parents is learned by the child. Today's parents are spoiled adults raising spoiled children. Where do you think kids learn their behavior! You watch how a parent,yells, cusses, slaps and treats their kids in public or you see teens roaming the streets with the wrong crowd at way to young of an age, left to raise their selves. These boys are out there, there is evil in the world! Then a girl that thinks drinking, going to parties, is the cool thing to do ( taught this by the parents is OK ) is allow to be out. Do you think for one second the parents didn't know the kind of friends their daughter was running with,what they might be doing,where they might be going. In their heart of hearts they know now, they would never admit it, but if they could turn back the clock and given another chance, they would raise their child differently. If you think I am mean for pointing out the truth, so be it. Tough love is how you raise a child, not by spoiling.
scroggy mcboogerballs

Chicago, IL

#60 Mar 26, 2014
long run wrote:
The shame will fall two places. First with the boys who violated the girl. Second with the family and the girl, they raised a girl that made a poor decision. When will we start taking responsibility as parents for how we raise our kids. In their heart of hearts, as parents, they know. Where has our moral compass gone as parents, most children are born out of wedlock or are forced to raise their self while the parents give poor guidance. Parents don't care how their kids are going to lead a productive life, they can't be bothered, to busy leading their own spoiled lives. God forbid they spend one hour in church on Sunday. The shame will only remain with the responsible parties forever, in their heart of hearts. To everyone else involved, time will forget.
You sound awfull judgmental for someone who first claims to go to church(I assume your Christian)..., and obviously doesn't know Brent or Sam personally... So preach some more, please talk like our loving mayor.... Tell us about your religion and passing judgment.
long run

Vernon Hills, IL

#61 Mar 27, 2014
I don't know the family, not judging them I feel. We all try to do the best job raising our kids. Who influenced the girl then! Someone take responsibility. If the parents aren't and the girl isn't,then who. How did she get in that place and time. Sad, I hurt for the girl and family, the boys are guilty, damage done for life. How could it have been stopped, how can we learn from this. By the next girl not putting herself in that position, being smart enough to know what could happen. There will always be evil, those boys are still out there, they will just have another face in another town and another bad decision will be made by another girl and it will happen again. Parents need to parent, teach their kids right from wrong, love them and quit trying to be their best friends. If you don't,no one else will. Parents, they are watching you, learning from you, there is a lot at stake, more than some parents realize. This topic, no one wins, its sad to even speak about, I wish the family can find away to have joy in their lives, the girl will put this behind her and know love in her life and have her own family someday.

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