$100K bail set in alleged toddler sex...

$100K bail set in alleged toddler sex assault

There are 14 comments on the Public Opinion story from Sep 15, 2010, titled $100K bail set in alleged toddler sex assault. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

A Cumberland County man accused of sexually assaulting a toddler in front of her older brother remains in jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.

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Otus

Chambersburg, PA

#1 Sep 16, 2010
wont take long for this post to get shut down! before anyone says what they would do to him, just hold your tongue, cuz if he is found guilty, the other inmates will take care of him.
team scott

Carlisle, PA

#3 Sep 16, 2010
if his bail would have been 100k the first time the sick basterd wouldn't be out to do this again.
Voice4VL8td

Chambersburg, PA

#4 Sep 16, 2010
It just breaks my heart to read another story like this. These poor victims... What is even more sad is the amount of victims out there that never come forward. My sisters and I came forward after years of abuse at the hands of a sick father and he is walking the streets today because of lovely statute of limitations that were in place at the time of the abuse. To this day, he blames me for being a "troublemaker" for having a big mouth and being a "liar" about everything. I guess there is hope that there will be justice in a much higher court someday. God bless and be with these victims. I hope this man is never able to hurt another child again.
a mom

Carlisle, PA

#11 Sep 16, 2010
This is terrible. With any luck the victim will not even remember this horrible act. I wish the family peace and God's comfort.
WATCHER

Birdsboro, PA

#13 Sep 16, 2010
The saddest thing is that family members are usually the perpetrators when children are molested. grandparents, siblings, cousins, aunts or uncles have all been found quilty. While some cases become high-profile - others are never discovered or revealed. I've seen instances where a mother is guilty (of assault) but charges are never filed.
Brief jail time is usually not a fix. No mattter how vicious their treatment behind bars, they return to violate more kids. Studies have shown that most child molestors are repeat offenders.(Putting them on a list of people to avoid is successful but not foolproof). These people are like thieves, they can always find a way to get what they want.
Protect your kids from strangers while keeping a close eye on "family."
ohyea

Waynesboro, PA

#14 Sep 16, 2010
Otus wrote:
wont take long for this post to get shut down! before anyone says what they would do to him, just hold your tongue, cuz if he is found guilty, the other inmates will take care of him.
looks like you're right, alot of 'missing comments',,, imagine.
DSS

Greencastle, PA

#15 Sep 16, 2010
hopefully this little girl wont remember this horrible thing. Sad part is i am sure the brother will. imagine what he will have to deal with for the rest of his life...we can only hope the boys in the big house will serve justice.because any amount of time the courts give him still wont be retribution for what he has done to those children.

Since: May 08

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#17 Sep 16, 2010
4kids wrote:
Tougher penalties are the only way to ensure justice.
Hoping Bubba and God will take care of it is pathetic.
Stand up and be a voice for these kids and vote for tougher laws against child predators.
I agree ....people get in more trouble with the humane society than they do if they hurt a child.We will be judged.
DSS

Greencastle, PA

#18 Sep 16, 2010
Laws are NOT going to stop these creeps from doing what they do. Do you really think they think about consequences???? come on now thats pathetic
Sickening

Mercersburg, PA

#21 Sep 16, 2010
How does someone not support the death penalty for this if he is found guilty without a doubt? For those of you who don't support it I would like to hear your reasoning.
Soldiermom

Nanticoke, PA

#22 Sep 16, 2010
My lord what a sick man, he needs to be castrated, and put in a cell and rot
Soldiermom

Nanticoke, PA

#23 Sep 16, 2010
Sickening wrote:
How does someone not support the death penalty for this if he is found guilty without a doubt? For those of you who don't support it I would like to hear your reasoning.
I agree with you, this guy is sick and anyone who hurts children should be punished severely
Christina Hackmann

Williamsport, PA

#24 Sep 16, 2010
I feel they should stone that bastard to almost death, then nurse him back to health, then soak him with gasoline and kerosine, and set him on fire.
team scott

Carlisle, PA

#25 Sep 17, 2010
Christina Hackmann wrote:
I feel they should stone that **** to almost death, then nurse him back to health, then soak him with gasoline and kerosine, and set him on fire.
thats what i been sayin,burn the freaks.

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