Unbutton a child's pants? You're guilty of sexual assault! Coal Co, OK ruling
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#1 Jun 23, 2011
If you have ever unbuttoned any child's pants, be thankful that you don't live in Coalgate, in Coal County, Oklahoma. Because, based on a recent ruling in that county, anyone who commits such an act is guilty of a crime. Specifically, they are guilty of "sexual assault of a child."
What's worse, if you are a man, you are 99.999 percent more likely to be convicted of this crime. If you are a woman, chances are that such an act will be considered a part of your natural, motherly duties.
Does this sound like an outrage to you as much as it does to me? Think this is a joke? Think again!
Two weeks ago, one Greg Moore was charged with "sexual assault of a child under the age of 12" in the Coal County, Oklahoma courthouse, because he unbuttoned the pants of his step daughter. The girl had asked him to help her with her clothes many times in the past. So had her siblings from time to time. Such an act was not unusual for him, nor is it unsual for anyone else. But this time, for whatever reason, the girl freaked out. One can only speculate as to why.
Even though the girl testified in court that Greg never touched her or her siblings sexually, never engaged in any innappropriate behavior towards them, never said anything inappropriate, did anything inappropriate, or made them feel uncomfortable in the past, the court still ruled that this act was a crime.
Lisa Slawson, the mother of the girl, has a long history of filing similar charges against other people. Per her own words to various individuals in and around Coalgate, Oklahoma, she says that she filed charges against her step father, uncle, grandfather, and her mother's boyfriends when she was a child. As an adult, she filed charges against her ex husband, Cody Slawson, a former boyfriend, Sean Kelley of Houston, and now the latest victim, Greg Moore of Coalgate, Oklahoma.
Nobody seems to be concerned about how often Ms. Slawson has been "victimized", nor how often her countless allegations have been found false. And yet, Ms. Slawson has the nerve to continue living in the town, showing her face without feeling shame, despite what she has done. And her latest boyfriend is currently being set up to be the next one in line, per testimony of her son.
This time, however, her efforts paid off. She has been able to get retribution against Greg Moore by using the judical system to her favor. And now, unless the people of the nation, state, county, and town stand up and speak up about this ruling, then anybody - and I do mean anybody - could very well be next. This case will be used as a resource, an arguing point if you will, for future court cases.
If you think it is an outrage to charge somebody with sexual assault of a child for unbuttoning a child's pants, please contact the judges and DA of Coal County, Oklahoma and let them know what you think. Remember, this isn't just about Greg Moore. This is about you, too. It could happen to someone you know in the future. If you let this court case slide, rest assured, it will be used as a matter of law against you or your loved ones in the future. And that could happen regardless of where you live, as all court cases can easily be researched, and used in court against any potential defendant.
Think about it.
PS - If you're thinking this is slander, think again. Everything stated herein is available thru public records, court records, etc.
#2 Jun 26, 2011
Why would you post this in the Vandergrift, PA forum if you're from Tornadobaitsville? Anyway, since you're obviously pandering for opinions, I'll share mine:
Everything is illegal now in the USA. I'm probably breaking some law somewhere right now, and I don't even realize it. In these times however, family law is the "big racket" for the attorneys. Women are coached to arbitrarily make false abuse allegations when divorce proceedings begin. If children are involved, the women are actually expected to file false sexual abuse allegations. Virtually any man who gets divorced in this country will be accused of something he didn't do. This helps pad the pockets of everyone involved in the judicial process, from the constables, to the lawyers, to the "expert" witnesses, all the way up to the judges themselves.
It's all about the money, really.
#3 Jun 28, 2011
OSCN indicates the arresting agency was the Drug Task Force and there are 5 counts of child abuse. I wonder what the rest of the story is...
#4 Jun 28, 2011
Also, it looks like the case went to a jury. 12 folks heard the story and made a determination...
#5 Jun 23, 2013
I used to have to take care of my neice. When we would travel, and she had to use the bathroom, that scared me. I don't know how to deal with those things, and I never knew just how to handle it. Take her in the men's room with me? Go in the ladies with her?(Hell no!). What? It didn't happen often, but when it did, I would usually wait for some decent looking woman to kind of help "escort" her in there, while I stood around outside looking goofy.
Even holding her hand in public was risky, but you MUST keep hold of any small child in any kind of a crowd. With such evil prosecutors and incompetent judges out there, you never know what you can be prosecuted for. This is why judges or prosecutors occasionally getting gunned down does not surprise me; needs to happen more often.
John Stossel: "Illegal Everything"
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