baby raper at montaplast

baby raper at montaplast

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PROTECTOR OF CHILDREN

Frankfort, KY

#1 Mar 23, 2012
DANGER.... FRED AGYMAN= BABY RAPER WWW.KSPSOR.STATE.KY.US
Want out of here

Frankfort, KY

#2 Mar 23, 2012
I heard that too. I think he is or was a supv. on 2nd or 3rd. Hell,I just checked out the link and it is TRUE. Why is he still working here???
Hold up

United States

#3 Mar 23, 2012
Your link didn't work. I googled his name. He's on there for 3rd degree rape which is statutory rape. Which is consensual sex. Which means he had sex with an underage girl. Gross. But not a baby raper...don't know the man...never met him. But don't call someone a baby raper when that isn't the case according to the sex offender registry.
Anyway

Frankfort, KY

#4 Mar 23, 2012
He was a P.O.S. before he raped that girl, he's still a P.O.S. and will always be a P.O.S. so call it like it is.
dictionary

Frankfort, KY

#5 Mar 23, 2012
Statutory rape ishaving sex with someone under the age of consent.That sounds to me like the definition of baby raper
FYI

United States

#7 Mar 23, 2012
Keep in mind that most of these type of cases involve plea aggreements, because they are hard to prosecute. What this means is that in order to avoid a trial, the prosecutor makes a deal- the defendent pleads guilty to a lesser charge. The prosecutor figures it is better to get the defendent convicted of something, have it on the persons record, have him on some kind of supervision for a while, etc., than to take the chance that he will get off completely at trial. The defendent figures the charges and punishment are less than he would be gambling on with a trial.

When you look at this stuff, always realize that the reality may be worse than the charge the person was convicted of. In this case though, even if a plea was involved, and I have no knowledge that one was, if it says statutory rape, the original charge would not likely have been rape of an actual infant.

I have no knowledge of this case. Just something to keep in mind when you look at the sex offender sites in an effort to be forewarned to protect your family.

Since: Aug 10

Frankfort, KY

#8 Mar 24, 2012
do not take this as me defending a pedophile, but you guys do realize how many of these people on here have themselves been screwed over. How would you like it if your 17 yr old girlfriends parents called the law on her 18 year old boyfriend and had him locked up for rape? its highschool puppy love that ruins someone's life because of someone's stupidity. They will be on a sex offender registry, and all because one of them had a birthday before the other.
what the hell

Lawrenceburg, KY

#9 Mar 24, 2012
Thank you for posting that. There are a number of people on the registry that don't deserve to be on there for reasons such as this, or the fact that someone just plain lied knowing that the "system"would believe them and they could get someone in trouble. Don't get me wrong, the sick bastards who actually DO abuse/molest children should be locked up and forgotten, but there is such a grey area concerning convictions in this area. Then you have the people who say "well I heard this/that" not knowing the truth, and a witch hunt ensues. I used to feel the same way....."string 'em up!", but after having known someone who was railroaded by an ex-wife and seeing how the system works, my view has been changed somewhat.
l3igcountry wrote:
do not take this as me defending a pedophile, but you guys do realize how many of these people on here have themselves been screwed over. How would you like it if your 17 yr old girlfriends parents called the law on her 18 year old boyfriend and had him locked up for rape? its highschool puppy love that ruins someone's life because of someone's stupidity. They will be on a sex offender registry, and all because one of them had a birthday before the other.
Want out of here

Frankfort, KY

#10 Mar 24, 2012
Hold up wrote:
Your link didn't work. I googled his name. He's on there for 3rd degree rape which is statutory rape. Which is consensual sex. Which means he had sex with an underage girl. Gross. But not a baby raper...don't know the man...never met him. But don't call someone a baby raper when that isn't the case according to the sex offender registry.
But the part of it is he had to be OVER 21 at the time and that is still a sick puppy screwing a girl that is 14 ( according to KRS 510.060 1b)
Tasha T- Good friend

Frankfort, KY

#11 Mar 24, 2012
WOW really, don't you people have anything better to do?! He made his mistakes in the past & has paid his debt to society. Can't help it that girls like to lie about their age. If it bothers you so much then take it to him and stop hiding behind a website! I have two daughters and wouldn't hesitate to let them go with him. Clearly if it was a problem then he wouldn't have got the job and made his way to the position that he holds now. I am going to pray for ya'll!!!! SMH
what the hell

Lawrenceburg, KY

#12 Mar 24, 2012
You're right, Tasha! Young girls DO lie about their age, then cry wolf when it isn't what they're thinking it would be. Or...the parents find out.
Tasha T- Good friend wrote:
WOW really, don't you people have anything better to do?! He made his mistakes in the past & has paid his debt to society. Can't help it that girls like to lie about their age. If it bothers you so much then take it to him and stop hiding behind a website! I have two daughters and wouldn't hesitate to let them go with him. Clearly if it was a problem then he wouldn't have got the job and made his way to the position that he holds now. I am going to pray for ya'll!!!! SMH
John

Shelbyville, KY

#13 Mar 24, 2012
dictionary wrote:
Statutory rape ishaving sex with someone under the age of consent.That sounds to me like the definition of baby raper
Then you've got a crappy definition of "baby." I wouldn't consider a 17 year old BOY a baby, would you?
two cents

Demotte, IN

#14 Mar 24, 2012
Lets use some common sense here factory queens! Even if he is guilty of this crime....is the man not allowed to work anymore? Unless you bring your child to work i dont think you should really be all that concerned! I mean is there a daycare center by the assembly line? Jesus christ people....factory work is usually the last option for felons anyway. if you want to work around dogooders then get a fudging education or join the police force! I mean who works at a factory and complains about someones rap sheet....besides you ignorant cun+s!
Wondering

Buckner, KY

#15 Mar 25, 2012
Isn't 16 the age of consent in Kentucky?
what the hell

Lawrenceburg, KY

#16 Mar 25, 2012
Wondering wrote:
Isn't 16 the age of consent in Kentucky?
Far as I know.
FYI

United States

#17 Mar 25, 2012
I went to school with this guy. I heard he was accused of rape back then and I don't think what was alledged then was consentual. I knew the girl. Don't know if he was charged or anything. Just FYI. Where there is smoke, there could be fire.

Sure he still should be able to work, but it is reasonable for people to want to be cautious. IF he has been engaged in deviant behavior, children might not be the only ones that need to watch out and what if someone dated him and wasn't aware or invited him to their house. Its just good to be aware, then make your own decision.
John

Shelbyville, KY

#18 Mar 25, 2012
Everyone gets a second chance, even filthy child molesters. He can't pay forever for his crime. It's time to him (and you) to move on.
two cents

Demotte, IN

#19 Mar 25, 2012
FYI wrote:
I went to school with this guy. I heard he was accused of rape back then and I don't think what was alledged then was consentual. I knew the girl. Don't know if he was charged or anything. Just FYI. Where there is smoke, there could be fire.
Sure he still should be able to work, but it is reasonable for people to want to be cautious. IF he has been engaged in deviant behavior, children might not be the only ones that need to watch out and what if someone dated him and wasn't aware or invited him to their house. Its just good to be aware, then make your own decision.
I wouldn't classify it being "cautios" to anonymously calling a man a "baby raper". In fact, id call that "deviant behavior". Funny thing about freedom of speech is that it gives u the freedom to sound like an ignorant fool! Outcasting a man that has paid his debts is not justice...think about that next time you call yourself an American!
FYI

Lexington, KY

#20 Mar 25, 2012
two cents wrote:
<quoted text>I wouldn't classify it being "cautios" to anonymously calling a man a "baby raper". In fact, id call that "deviant behavior". Funny thing about freedom of speech is that it gives u the freedom to sound like an ignorant fool! Outcasting a man that has paid his debts is not justice...think about that next time you call yourself an American!
I didn't call him a baby raper, but would you call that "deviant behavior" equivilent to rape?
Registering is part of the sentence, "part of paying his debts", because somebody smarter than you thought it was just for people to be forewarned. Stigma is a just and effective deterent. Some people need it to keep themselves in line with normal. It is a way for society to set forth what is acceptable and what isn't.
As someone who has been over 21 for a long time, I have been able to NOT have sex with 14 yr olds, and if he cant then yeah I think somethings wrong there! Like you cant tell. Thats BS!
And who said it was consentual! Ever heard of a plea bargain. He is a lifetime registrant, others on the registry convicted of the same thing with a 14yr old in Frankfort, are only required to register for 10 yrs. Maybe the court knew something you didn't.
Let me get this straight-ingore teens who say they were raped because maybe they just didn't like the sex, didn't want their parents to know they wanted it or lied about their age.
Ignore kids younger kids because they are unreliable witnesses and maybe their mom put them up to it.
But we are not only supposed to give the benefit of the doubt to a grown man accused twice and convicted once, but if we are concerned at all- we are biggoted, stupid and un-American.
Your right, you have the right to be stupid. Go f-yourself.
MPH

Lawrenceburg, KY

#21 Mar 25, 2012
To start, registry on "the list" is either 20yrs or lifetime. Where did you get 10yrs? Also, do you know the complete and total facts as they happened? Or are you relaying something you heard someone say? Do you know all the parties involved, or just the girl/parents/family. Do you know the guy that has been accused? If he really did do it, then he's being monitored by the proper authorities. Those authorities monitor computer use, his whereabouts and whether he is compliant pursuant to the stipulations placed on him after his sentencing. It's not something that is broadcasted to the people who are being monitored. Otherwise, how would they catch them doing something they shouldn't, if in fact they were going to do something they shouldn't?

Everyone is so quick to say "hang him" or "put him under the jail" when they hear about something like this. Not once does anyone say "well, did the girl lie about her age", or "were the parents mad when they found their under-age daughter sneaking around with someone over 18"? There are many factors that go into something like this - nothing is ever black and white in the world, much less something akin to this case. I don't know any of the parties involved, other than I went to school with Fred years ago and he was a year or two behind me. What I do know is, there are too many people jumping on their high horses to go and lynch someone that they know nothing about, other than what they've heard from someone else. If you really want to know where the case stands and what the facts were as they were given, then go look it up. It's public record. Then you can be informed and actually look like you know what you are talking about, as opposed to spouting something you know nothing about.

As for ignoring teens who say they were raped - absolutely not. But be aware that if there is a pattern of behavior that is promiscuous or sneaky, then rape might not be what happened. Girls these days are being raised to be vindictive and conniving. Are you honestly that naive?

To FYI - how do you know it WASN'T consensual? Were you there? Do you know the absolute facts? Or are you just speculating because this girl is young?

This man may have done it, then again he may not have. Fact remains that he has to make a living and move on with his life just as anyone else. There are places that deny sex offenders jobs due to the charge. This must not be one of them.

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