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Search spreads for Calif. teen; sex offender held

There are 30 comments on the www.msnbc.msn.com story from Mar 1, 2010, titled Search spreads for Calif. teen; sex offender held. In it, www.msnbc.msn.com reports that:

A registered sex offender arrested for investigation of murdering a missing 17-year-old San Diego County girl is refusing to cooperate with authorities who renewed their search Monday at the park where she vanished Thursday.

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“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#1 Mar 1, 2010
how many more REPEATED sex crimes will it take?

how many little girls have to die? how many young women have to die?

25 year MINIMUM for the first conviction ... life without parole, or better yet, execution for the second ...
these animals should NEVER be let out on the streets!

“I bruise easily”

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#2 Mar 1, 2010
Basturd.

Seriously, we need to do more to protect people from these sickos.

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#3 Mar 1, 2010
What about the 25 years in prison will guarantee it won't happen again after the first conviction?

Sounds like we could still have the issue of repeat offender with your suggestion for the first offense. Ther just gets to eat for free (paid for by taxpayers) longer under your plan for 1st offenders.
Pierce

East Berlin, CT

#4 Mar 1, 2010
carey529 wrote:
how many more REPEATED sex crimes will it take?
how many little girls have to die? how many young women have to die?
25 year MINIMUM for the first conviction ... life without parole, or better yet, execution for the second ...
these animals should NEVER be let out on the streets!
Look to the ACLU. Who funds the ACLU.

What's on the ACLU's agenda:

rescind laws that limit where convicted sexual offenders live

AND

getting rid of Sexual Offenders LIFETIME registery.

http://www.aclu-nj.org/issues/criminaljustice...

http://www.theunionleader.com/article.aspx...

http://www.aclu.org/racial-justice_prisoners-...

Time to make sure your vote counts and get the liberals out of office. Vote out democrats..they vote as a block and dilute our lives and our children's safety.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#5 Mar 1, 2010
If guilty, can I have this guy? One swing of a baseball bat to the crotch .. that's all I ask. Then he is free to go.
Justice

United States

#6 Mar 1, 2010
Once found guilty he should be given a sex change operation and turned over to the prison population.
christian

San Diego, CA

#7 Mar 1, 2010
Justice wrote:
Once found guilty he should be given a sex change operation and turned over to the prison population.
before we all go accusing this child of god of the terrible crime one has to remember this is america people, and he is innocent until proven guilty. AND, if he is guilty we need to listen to his rational because for every action there is a reaction. he may have a justification, and we owe it to him as a citizen of the usa to at least hear him out.
pray for him as well as the family, just dont throw stones when you live in a glass house. are you free from sin? arent we taught to turn the other cheek? isnt god all about forgiveness?
think people,...think.
and pray for him rather than persecute him.
pray!

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#8 Mar 1, 2010
OneRyder wrote:
What about the 25 years in prison will guarantee it won't happen again after the first conviction?
Sounds like we could still have the issue of repeat offender with your suggestion for the first offense. Ther just gets to eat for free (paid for by taxpayers) longer under your plan for 1st offenders.
and you have a better plan?
Reading Comprehension

United States

#9 Mar 1, 2010
christian wrote:
<quoted text>
before we all go accusing this child of god of the terrible crime one has to remember this is america people, and he is innocent until proven guilty. AND, if he is guilty we need to listen to his rational because for every action there is a reaction. he may have a justification, and we owe it to him as a citizen of the usa to at least hear him out.
pray for him as well as the family, just dont throw stones when you live in a glass house. are you free from sin? arent we taught to turn the other cheek? isnt god all about forgiveness?
think people,...think.
and pray for him rather than persecute him.
pray!
Maybe you should go back and re-read the post you responded to and acknowledge the statement about --- Once found guilty... What you need to pray for most is... EDUCATION!
christian

San Diego, CA

#10 Mar 1, 2010
Reading Comprehension wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe you should go back and re-read the post you responded to and acknowledge the statement about --- Once found guilty... What you need to pray for most is... EDUCATION!
"once found guilty"
NOT "if found guilty"
like i said, pray for this child of god and realize we are in the usa were we have a judicial process that needs to be respected. we just do not know all the facts yet, and we need not rush to judgement with this gentleman.
prayer
Condemned

Boynton Beach, FL

#13 Mar 1, 2010
christian wrote:
<quoted text>
"once found guilty"
NOT "if found guilty"
like i said, pray for this child of god and realize we are in the usa were we have a judicial process that needs to be respected. we just do not know all the facts yet, and we need not rush to judgement with this gentleman.
prayer
You need to schedule a session with the exorcist! Get that brotherly love compassion for child sex killers out of your system. Jesus would stone this pervert until he was dead!

“"I'm A Great American!"”

Since: Sep 08

Obama Nation! USA! USA!

#14 Mar 1, 2010
OneRyder wrote:
What about the 25 years in prison will guarantee it won't happen again after the first conviction?
Sounds like we could still have the issue of repeat offender with your suggestion for the first offense. Ther just gets to eat for free (paid for by taxpayers) longer under your plan for 1st offenders.
Most states are strapped for cash and routinely release prisoners from confinement early to cut costs. Mandatory 25 years sentences are an unfunded mandate most Governors would balk at.(Not to mention most thinking conservatives.)

It's easy to bellow "Lock them up!" That's also simplistic and sophomoric. Fortunately serious people are working on solving difficult problems.

Sex offenders must be dealt with, but long, mandatory prison terms solve nothing, and might create other problems.

“The Buybull is innerrrent.”

Since: Jun 08

King Of Prussia, PA

#15 Mar 1, 2010
What the constapo loons will never acknowledge is that the overwhelming majority of sexual abuse of children takes place within the (extended) nuclear family.
John Guinn

United States

#16 Mar 1, 2010
Pierce wrote:
<quoted text>
Look to the ACLU. Who funds the ACLU.
What's on the ACLU's agenda:
rescind laws that limit where convicted sexual offenders live
AND
getting rid of Sexual Offenders LIFETIME registery.
http://www.aclu-nj.org/issues/criminaljustice...
http://www.theunionleader.com/article.aspx...
http://www.aclu.org/racial-justice_prisoners-...
Time to make sure your vote counts and get the liberals out of office. Vote out democrats..they vote as a block and dilute our lives and our children's safety.
I believe that there is a fundamental constitutional right to distinguish between first time non-violent sex offenders with no recidivist criminal history and those sex offenders convicted of violent crimes, or have been convicted as sexual violent predators.
Stop lumping all offenders into one massive registry, we need to know about these dangerous ones, not the ones that pee in public, boyfriend/ girlfriend etc. Just proves the sex offender registry is a waste of time and saves no one. When a person is set on doing a crime he/she/it is going to do it.

They can make you register for public urination, streaking )a guy streaked at his high school graduation got life time sex offender status) a fistfight, making lewd comments, in short anything they want.
http://www.coloradodaily.com/news/2008/nov/03 ...
John Guinn

United States

#17 Mar 1, 2010
Americans need to wake up. Not everyone who is listed on the dreaded registry is a dangerous predator or pedophile. We are now less safe as law enforcement struggle to keep up with tens of thousands who pose no threat to anyone. Feel Good laws have ruined entire families, communities, and the constitution as well. The sex-offender registry should be for the dangerous ones, and then if this guy killed this young lady, off with his head!

“I bruise easily”

Since: Jul 09

Location hidden

#18 Mar 2, 2010
It's not America that needs to wake up, but the court system.

Yes, urinators and young people having consensual sex should not be on the list, but the list is useless if it is not enforced.

And in my opinion, first time sexual predators do not get a second chance.
They are sick people, but in this country we lock up the sick.

But, usually only after they rape and kill, once again.
Big Purple Balls

Corona, CA

#19 Mar 2, 2010
We are why this guy has got a slap on the wrist. Build more prisons and redo rules on drug users (not dealers) and small property crimes. This will free up room for these scum bags. Instead of wasting are $ in Iraq, I'd be using the money here.
Judge Judy

United States

#20 Mar 2, 2010
Big Purple Balls wrote:
We are why this guy has got a slap on the wrist. Build more prisons and redo rules on drug users (not dealers) and small property crimes. This will free up room for these scum bags. Instead of wasting are $ in Iraq, I'd be using the money here.
WORD!

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#21 Mar 2, 2010
carey529 wrote:
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and you have a better plan?
Well, we need more than emotions to make a plan work. Your suggestion didn't do anything to quell repeat offenders, but it probably made you feel better.

...but it cost the taxpayer more, without actually solving the issue of repeat offenders.

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#22 Mar 2, 2010
PooPoo Platter wrote:
<quoted text>
Most states are strapped for cash and routinely release prisoners from confinement early to cut costs. Mandatory 25 years sentences are an unfunded mandate most Governors would balk at.(Not to mention most thinking conservatives.)
It's easy to bellow "Lock them up!" That's also simplistic and sophomoric. Fortunately serious people are working on solving difficult problems.
Sex offenders must be dealt with, but long, mandatory prison terms solve nothing, and might create other problems.
Agreed. Most folks reply with emotionally based "solutions" without thinking about the cost. And when the cost comes up many think we can build prisons everywhere, pay security, etc. etc for no cost to the taxpayer...and "not in my backyard".

And if the issue is stopping repeat offenders, the lentgh of stay for the first crime only delays the second offense, not prevent it.

The "lock them up longer" only works if it's LIFE for the first offense. But the same folks that reply with pure emotions are the same that wanted to resolve Bush's Iraq Liberation mess by "NUKING THEM ALL".

Make believe solutions only work on discussion boards.

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