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A man classified as a "sexual sadist" by a psychologist has been sentenced to life plus 100 years for raping an 11-year-old girl and two women in the Hagerstown area. Full Story
IBB

Woodbridge, VA

#1 Feb 26, 2008
Finally, a judge who has the courage to punish the criminal instead of worrying about their "rights". As far as I'm concerned, when you make the decision to act in a criminal nature, you've revoked any "rights" you had.
Bravo, your Honor! Where can we find more like you???
Bryan

Washington, DC

#2 Feb 26, 2008
I say give him a 100 more. The judge did the right thing. Others should do the same. There is no need for people like this to get paroled and continue their sadistic ways.
Winston Smith

Washington, DC

#4 Feb 26, 2008
Hackey may be a very bad man, and his severe and lengthy sentence entirely appropriate, but he is not a "terrorist."

Once our officials start designating criminals, however evil, as "terrorists," it is only a matter of time until we start sending them to Guantanamo Bay (or whatever other secret facilities exist) or trying them in military tribunals.

The man may be a rapist, a lowlife, and a pedophile, but he is not a "terrorist." Even someone suspected of his horrible crimes is innocent until presumed guilty, and must have a fair trial.
Speeders are Murderers

United States

#5 Feb 26, 2008
IBB wrote:
Finally, a judge who has the courage to punish the criminal instead of worrying about their "rights". As far as I'm concerned, when you make the decision to act in a criminal nature, you've revoked any "rights" you had.
Bravo, your Honor! Where can we find more like you???
You hypocrite. If this guy had crippled the kid by drunk driving or speeding or red light running, you'd say let him off with a fine!!
Bill

Montgomery, AL

#6 Feb 26, 2008
He needs to be put down and save the tax payers money . Person that of that nature is not HUMAN
Alumni92

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#7 Feb 26, 2008
U damn RIGHT~ Its about time.. I was raped and its the worse feeling to take around with you; PERIOD!! No apologies can take away the TRAUMA we go thru. No monies can make matters better either; Hard to sleep and u wonder how ur life could've been; Just pains me and this story here made the pain ease up. We need more JUDGES like the one this dude had on the bench. And u know what we feel the blame; like we was too pretty or had we nto worn this or maybe if I had not spoken to him to say, "Hello"; u know. We are kids and the adults should no better and learn to RESPECT US~ All walks of life and shapes. Cause this day and age the little girls are more shapely; WE as PARENTS can't be with the kids all the time and we look for guidance within other parents; But we also need for ADULTS to take responsiblity and own up to the BS; Its nasty point blank and u have to admit u have a PROBLEM; A very sick one! And beg to be locked up for good; U can not rehabilitate a predator; he only holds it in until oneday he looses self control. We have seen it a many of times. Shoot and I do not wish anything bad on him but he should already know, the other inmates got in in for him or his butt~ DIRTY RAT~
IBB

Woodbridge, VA

#8 Feb 26, 2008
To Speeders are murderers:
What's up with the name calling? All I was trying to do was convey my appreciation to the judge doing the right thing! How do you know what I'd say in a different situation? You don't know me, my background, life experiences or belief system. Frankly, I don't believe in "fining" people for making life-altering choices at all! If a drunk driver hits someone and alters the victim's life (or even if the victim's life is not altered), the drunk driver needs to be punished to the fullest extent of the law, period! A fine is NOT punishment. All a fine does is financially cripple the law-breaker. Rest assured, once the fine is "forgotten" the drunk will be back behind the wheel potentially victimizing more innocent people.
Winston Smith

Washington, DC

#9 Feb 26, 2008
A fine is punishment if you don't have the money.

Ask some of the Virginians slapped with exorbitant fines for "reckless driving" citations.

A $1,000 ticket can cripple a person of limited means.
Speeders are Murderers

United States

#10 Feb 26, 2008
Winston Smith wrote:
A fine is punishment if you don't have the money.
Ask some of the Virginians slapped with exorbitant fines for "reckless driving" citations.
A $1,000 ticket can cripple a person of limited means.
Reckless driving is the biggest crime problem we have in america. You don't want to admit it, winnie, because it's YOUR crime. Someone caught doing 90 mph is a deadly psychopath and deserves a huge fine along with prison time and permanent loss of lic. I don't believe in coddling killers and maimers.
JCK

Powhatan, VA

#11 Feb 26, 2008
"James E. Hackey Jr., 39, of Hagerstown, could be eligible for parole in about 65 years under the state's parole and early release policies, prosecutors said."

I know in this case it doesn't matter much but pay close attention to the "state's parole and EARLY RELEASE policies" part. Early release policy? Wassup with that? Isn't this how this scum got out too soon in the first place?

Smarten up Maryland.
behind these eyes

Brunswick, MD

#13 Mar 17, 2008
Speeders are Murderers wrote:
<quoted text>
You hypocrite. If this guy had crippled the kid by drunk driving or speeding or red light running, you'd say let him off with a fine!!
are you saying what this man did was right??
xxx

Hagerstown, MD

#14 Jul 1, 2014
! I was 11, I would have rather he hit me with his car. You have no idea how it feels to deal with this, even 9 years later !

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