Wisconsin sheriff's deputy charged wi...

Wisconsin sheriff's deputy charged with sexual assault of teen

There are 21 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Aug 29, 2008, titled Wisconsin sheriff's deputy charged with sexual assault of teen. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

An Outagamie County sheriff's deputy is accused of fondling a 16-year-old girl he met as her school's liaison officer.

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#1 Aug 29, 2008
Peel his eyelids off with a pair of pliers. Loser.
horse something

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Aug 29, 2008
Does the defense attorney who is calling this horseplay have a teen oe pre-teen daughter? If so, let's suggest she spend some quality time horsing around with his client or another random child molester. Maybe he would feel differently if he had some empathy for the crime victim rather than the criminal. Not only is the child unable to consent, but her attacker is in a position of authority. Sounds like much more than horseplay to me...
Danny Boy

Calgary, Canada

#3 Aug 29, 2008
another scum who abuses his position of authority....send him away to jail and let some off the inmates give him the same treatment. I am sure he won't think it is so harmless then now will he?
Quagmire

Monroe, LA

#4 Aug 29, 2008
Dang. I wanna be a cop now. Giggity.
Wheres Fletcher

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Aug 29, 2008
I have the cure, make him work for the Ramsey County Sheriff's office!
Horseplay

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Aug 29, 2008
My word, since when is putting your hands down a child' pants horseplay? Get real. He was abusing his position of authority.
Rob

United States

#8 Aug 29, 2008
You know, every demographic is going to have some of this. But why do cops, when you peel away the uniform and badge and ridiculous amounts of armament, seem to stand out as such scumbags?
Rob

United States

#9 Aug 29, 2008
That's S-C-U-M-B-A-G-S.
Old Dude

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Aug 29, 2008
maybe she had a donut down her pants
somewhere in mn

Saint Paul, MN

#11 Aug 29, 2008
Rob wrote:
That's S-C-U-M-B-A-G-S.
I can't believe that people would make comments in general about Peace Officers who put their lives on the line every day for you to live your life of safety and freedom. There are some bad apples out there and no one should be doing this type of thing to any child. HOWEVER YOU SHOULD NOT BE PUTTING A LABEL ON ALL OFFICERS OF "SCUMBAGS".
Rob

United States

#12 Aug 29, 2008
somewhere in mn wrote:
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I can't believe that people would make comments in general about Peace Officers who put their lives on the line every day for you to live your life of safety and freedom. There are some bad apples out there and no one should be doing this type of thing to any child. HOWEVER YOU SHOULD NOT BE PUTTING A LABEL ON ALL OFFICERS OF " **** ".
Well no, not all. Just most.
Old Dude

Minneapolis, MN

#13 Aug 29, 2008
somewhere in mn wrote:
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I can't believe that people would make comments in general about Peace Officers who put their lives on the line every day for you to live your life of safety and freedom. There are some bad apples out there and no one should be doing this type of thing to any child. HOWEVER YOU SHOULD NOT BE PUTTING A LABEL ON ALL OFFICERS OF " **** ".
Let's face it...saying peace officers "put their lives on the line every day" is as much of a generalization as saying they are all s-c-u-m-b-a-g-s. Sure, there are good, brave cops out there. But there are also a lot that are under-worked and over-paid.
Rob

United States

#14 Aug 29, 2008
Old Dude wrote:
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Let's face it...saying peace officers "put their lives on the line every day" is as much of a generalization as saying they are all s-c-u-m-b-a-g-s. Sure, there are good, brave cops out there. But there are also a lot that are under-worked and over-paid.
Like I said, not all. MOST. What is so appalling is that they are the first line of our so-called "justice system".
Midget D

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Aug 29, 2008
Sounds like just the kind of guy Ramsey County Sheriff "Honest" Bob Fletcher would like to have on board!
Majority Badapples

De Forest, WI

#16 Aug 29, 2008
somewhere in mn wrote:
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I can't believe that people would make comments in general about Peace Officers who put their lives on the line every day for you to live your life of safety and freedom. There are some bad apples out there and no one should be doing this type of thing to any child. HOWEVER YOU SHOULD NOT BE PUTTING A LABEL ON ALL OFFICERS OF " **** ".
The majority of the cops are badapples. If they were the minority they would be taken care of by the majority. Nerds with badges and guns and tazers. Send them back to be normal citizens so they can resume being pantywaists.
Tina C

Lüneburg, Germany

#18 Aug 30, 2008
I was just thinking how times have changed. In 1883 when my grandmother married, 16 was considered ok to marry. My grandmother was 16 and her husband was 32 when they married and it was a lifelong happy marriage. Of course in those days people didn't have sex before marriage and there is no such thing as statutory rape in legally married couples even under todays laws, but still, it just goes to show how society's ideals changes over time. Makes me wonder if when my grandkids great grandkids become adults if 18 will be considered legal and marriage age. I have a feeling our "morals" are going to keep changing until 20 becomes a felony in who knows what year. That will be a very sad evolution if it happens that way. Girls today are so bad that I never know if a girl was "assulted" or if they brought it on by being coy, inviting, permissive and flirtatious. You never know these days. Girls today arent what we were when we were kids. We knew the word "no" and IFFF we said "yes"... we said "yes". As for this girl, I hope that if she was legitimately assualted that justiced due her is implemented. A badge doesn't make one above the law. If this is a case of a flirtatious seductive girl getting someone over 18 in trouble by being sexually aggressive and her family talking her into turning coat on a lover (as what often happens), then... my heart is with the officer.
g1956don

Saint Paul, MN

#19 Aug 30, 2008
what the #$%% are you brain dead what a loser
Tina C wrote:
I was just thinking how times have changed. In 1883 when my grandmother married, 16 was considered ok to marry. My grandmother was 16 and her husband was 32 when they married and it was a lifelong happy marriage. Of course in those days people didn't have sex before marriage and there is no such thing as statutory rape in legally married couples even under todays laws, but still, it just goes to show how society's ideals changes over time. Makes me wonder if when my grandkids great grandkids become adults if 18 will be considered legal and marriage age. I have a feeling our "morals" are going to keep changing until 20 becomes a felony in who knows what year. That will be a very sad evolution if it happens that way. Girls today are so bad that I never know if a girl was "assulted" or if they brought it on by being coy, inviting, permissive and flirtatious. You never know these days. Girls today arent what we were when we were kids. We knew the word "no" and IFFF we said "yes"... we said "yes". As for this girl, I hope that if she was legitimately assualted that justiced due her is implemented. A badge doesn't make one above the law. If this is a case of a flirtatious seductive girl getting someone over 18 in trouble by being sexually aggressive and her family talking her into turning coat on a lover (as what often happens), then... my heart is with the officer.
evonneh7

Appleton, WI

#20 Sep 3, 2008
Now guess what, being a person of law, this will turn black to white,of course.
just me

Rhinelander, WI

#21 Sep 5, 2008
I think he should get a felony out of this dirty filthy pig these are the people we are supposed to trust?
hisbabes

AOL

#22 Sep 8, 2008
I am pissed. I was told about this by my teenage daughter that goes to Freedom High.. WHY DIDN"T THE SCHOOL let us know about this????? This is the type of act our kids are to be protected from at school.. to be honest even before this happened, I didn't trust him....

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