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Whitley city rogue

Oneida, TN

#1 Jul 30, 2009
from wbir.com

A 15-year-old and a 16-year-old have been arrested for possession of child pornography and sexual exploitation of a minor for uploading a video that appears to contain girls between 13 and 16 years old.

Detectives from the Kentucky State Police and Harriman Police Department arrested the teen boys, who live in McCreary County, Kentucky.

Investigators said the video was apparently made about eight years ago but is in circulation on the internet.

Harriman Police Detective Daniel Schneider said the teens were uploading video to filesharing site Limewire.

Because of the IP address, it was originally thought the boys lived in Rockwood. Instead, it was discovered they are in McCreary County,where they will be prosecuted.
sam

Helenwood, TN

#2 Jul 30, 2009
anyone know who they are??
unjust justice

Wartburg, TN

#3 Jul 30, 2009
i do beleive these 2 boys should be charged for this. However, my question is that my son was raped and malested by a 14 yr old boy, not once, and threatend not to tell and we cant get any justice. Our county attorney dosent want to press charges on him....just because he said he didnt do it. So, could anyone tell me how justice would be served on this topix but we cant get any on ours?
how sad

Sikeston, MO

#4 Jul 30, 2009
so i wonder who they are
sad

Wartburg, TN

#5 Jul 31, 2009
this is a sad and sick thing for someone to go throu. i think that everyone should get justice, and have some closure in their lives. my heart goes out to all of the victims.
Lehi

Oneida, TN

#6 Jul 31, 2009
I believe that if the police would put forth as much effort and resources into child pornography and molestation cases as they do in marijuana trafficing, things would improve. The reason to me is that they make more money from drug related cases than from any other offence.

A police officer told me once that if two calls come into 911 at the same time and one was for domestic violence where a husband was beating his wife with a baseball bat and the other was a drug deal going down, they would respond to the drug deal first because more than likely lots of money would be involved and they would get to keep the cash and property. I believe this is very true.

Its time for a change, I would ten times rather like to see a child rapist brought to justice than a marijuana trafficer. In the U.S. a marijuana user is arrested every 45 seconds and I wonder what the stats are for child pornography and molestation.
hard life

Oneida, TN

#9 Jul 31, 2009
thank you..i am trying to put it all behind me,
it's hard. see him running around all smiles..
while my heart is in chains.the Bible says to
forgive your enemies.do you think that includes
him?it keeps me torn because i really want to
forget and move on.what would you do if you
where in my shoes?i just don't know what to
do.help,please..i guess the fact nobody knows
who i am makes it easier ask,my mind is stuck
in the past.it makes everyday hard.

“I Believe in Christ”

Since: Nov 08

Salt Lake City, UT

#10 Jul 31, 2009
hard life wrote:
thank you..i am trying to put it all behind me,
it's hard. see him running around all smiles..
while my heart is in chains.the Bible says to
forgive your enemies.do you think that includes
him?it keeps me torn because i really want to
forget and move on.what would you do if you
where in my shoes?i just don't know what to
do.help,please..i guess the fact nobody knows
who i am makes it easier ask,my mind is stuck
in the past.it makes everyday hard.
I've been there. It took me close to 20 years to finally get over what happened to me, and I still have irrational fears and tend to not trust people. The thing to do is forgive. And remember this: forgiveness is NOT for the offender. You forgiving the man is NOT absolving him from his sins. Forgiveness is freeing YOUR heart from misery. Forgiveness sets YOU free, not him. He still has to pay for his crimes, whether it be in this life or the next. It took me close to 20 years, like I said, to forgive the man who stole my childhood, but I have never been happier in my life. I have been able to overcome most of my issues. Forgiveness doesn't mean you have to become his best friend. It just means you let go of the hate you feel inside. You can feel indifferent towards him, you can even still dislike him. Forgiving isn't forgetting. It is setting yourself free from his grasp and getting on with your life.

Another thing is to acknowledge that you'll always struggle and surround yourself with supportive people. They don't need to know every detail of what happened to you, or even the slightest detail. Surround yourself with positive people and tell yourself that you are one of them. You can be happy when you strive to be.

Always, ALWAYS, remember that God protected you. It may not seem so, but He trusted you with this mission to overcome what happened to you so you could help others who may not be as strong as you. I was angry with God for a long time for allowing me to go through what I did, but looking back, I believe He was paying me a compliment. He knew that I had the strength and the ability to do this. He knew I could handle it. Not alone, mind you, but He knew I'd have the strength and the courage to call upon Him and to use Christ's Atonement to heal my broken soul. Always remember that you are His child and that He protected you and will continue to protect you throughout your life. His protection will grow as your faith in Him grows. Christ paid for all of our sins and all of our pain. Call upon Him to help ease your burden so you can do what the Lord requires of you.

Do not worry about what the man is doing. If you see him on a daily basis, do not let the hate swell in your breast. Remember that vengeance is God's, and that YOUR mission is to forgive and heal. Avoid him if at all possible, but be polite and cordial when faced with him. Be the better person and do all that you can to improve yourself in the eyes of God.
Elsewhere

Gorham, IL

#11 Jul 31, 2009
hard life wrote:
I was abused..The animal was my stepfather.
You can go to an agency like Adanta, Social Services or Call the State Police. They will fully investigate it. You can get help for yourself and put the animal with it's own kind.
Elsewhere

Gorham, IL

#13 Jul 31, 2009
I'm sorry you couldn't get any help. Could you confront him privately? If so, you could record his response. You are allowed to record a conversation without telling them as long as you are a part in the conversation and it is admissible in court. I'm just saying this if you want to bring justice. If you want to leave it behind, that is understandable. I just don't have a lot of tolerance for molesters and am vengeance minded in such matters.
hard life

Oneida, TN

#14 Jul 31, 2009
I was told a long time ago that it wouldn't stand
up in court.I have a tape of him saying"I'm so
sorry for screwing you up,God forgive me." the
tape was made 7 years ago.I have it though,what
do I do?It is about 10 min. of confessions,what he did to me, along with other crimes he has got
away with.Are you sure it will stand in court?I
want to leave it all behind,but i don't think i
can knowing he is running around and i may not
be the only one he hurts.
very difficult

Gorham, IL

#16 Jul 31, 2009
hard life wrote:
I was told a long time ago that it wouldn't stand
up in court.I have a tape of him saying"I'm so
sorry for screwing you up,God forgive me." the
tape was made 7 years ago.I have it though,what
do I do?It is about 10 min. of confessions,what he did to me, along with other crimes he has got
away with.Are you sure it will stand in court?I
want to leave it all behind,but i don't think i
can knowing he is running around and i may not
be the only one he hurts.
Take your tape to Billy Correll with Kentucky State Police. He is a very caring and respectful man. He will be 100% honest with you. If he thinks he can get an indictment he will tell you. If he thinks it's weak he will be honest about that too. If you call the Sheriff's Office they can give you his office number or you can call KSP post at 800-222-5555 and they can get in touch with him for you. Stay strong
granny

Wartburg, TN

#17 Jul 31, 2009
I feel so bad for you all..I have so much hate in my heart that I would just love to be able to cut their YOU NO WHAT OFF then they wouldn't do this to anyone else..My grandson was raped and I just want to strike out so bad..I just want to hurt this person so bad,but if I do I would be the one in jail...He isn't in jail ..You talk to the law enforcement and try to get something done in this county and they act like it's a natural thing to do here..No wonder people make fun of the people that live here..Parent's all I can say is keep a close eye on your children..Even with close friends.

“I Believe in Christ”

Since: Nov 08

Salt Lake City, UT

#18 Jul 31, 2009
The problem you're probably going to have right now is the statue of limitations. Unfortunately, the statute of limitations for sexual abuse in most states is only 5 years. That means, by law, they cannot be prosecuted unless they've committed the crime within the last 5 years. It sucks, to be honest, to think you only have a 5 year window to build up enough courage to talk to someone about it, and even then victims of rape and sexual abuse are criticized and scrutinized for waiting so long. Sexual abuse is just as bad, if not worse, than murder, because it leaves behind an emotionally and mentally screwed up person. At least the person murdered is no longer suffering, you know?

If the man is still with your mother and she has taken his side, honestly, I wouldn't visit them that often. It will be hard to break yourself away, but you need to focus on YOU and getting YOU better. Being around him is not beneficial to you, and being around your mother doesn't sound like it is, either. If you can get away for a while, I'd do it. I remember when I turned 18. The man's parole officer told my parents and I that the restraining order against him was going to expire on my 18th birthday. I packed up my things and left the state to go to college so I wouldn't be there when it happened. I knew that I would be thrown into a series of panic attacks and not be able to function at the school I wanted to go to because it would be too close to him and I'd no longer have the protection of the law. Moving is a built in excuse for not seeing them often, and often getting away for a while helps you heal without much effort.

When a doctor finds a tumor, they remove not only the tumor but also the surrounding tissue just to make sure they've gotten all of the disease. This man is a tumor in your life for what he did to you. You need to, at least for a while, remove yourself from him and those who support him so that you can look past what he did to you and eventually forgive him.
Elsewhere

Gorham, IL

#19 Jul 31, 2009
neutral one wrote:
The problem you're probably going to have right now is the statue of limitations. Unfortunately, the statute of limitations for sexual abuse in most states is only 5 years.
I wonder if that would still apply in a civil suit? She could sue him for damages and tie him up that way. I know if may sound bad, but if that's the only way to get at him, it may be worth finding out about. At least it would expose him even if she lost.

“I Believe in Christ”

Since: Nov 08

Salt Lake City, UT

#20 Jul 31, 2009
Elsewhere wrote:
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I wonder if that would still apply in a civil suit? She could sue him for damages and tie him up that way. I know if may sound bad, but if that's the only way to get at him, it may be worth finding out about. At least it would expose him even if she lost.
Civil courts don't need the same burden of proof as criminal courts go, but it is still her word against his. Unfortunately, people are too afraid to prosecute rape and sexual abuse cases because that is often what happens. It is extremely difficult to PROVE the abuse, especially years and decades after the fact. The best thing to do is put that part of your life behind you and live on. Don't give them the satisfaction in knowing they broke you. They will get theirs eventually. If they repent in this life, they still have to suffer for the remorse of their sins. If they don't repent in this life, it will be that much worse for them in the hereafter.

If you keep hashing it up and trying for justice, you keep opening up your own wound. What initially happened to you was the offender's fault. How you choose to continue living your life is yours. You can let it beat you down and get the best of you, or you can rise up above what happened and find happiness anyway.

I used to have the same nightmares every single night, for YEARS. I was 3 when I was attacked. I was 19 when the nightmares started to dwindle, and I can now say I haven't had a single one for at least 2 years.(I'm 24) What changed was my outlook on life and my reliance on God. I gave my burden to Him and allowed Him to pick me up and carry me. I am still cautious with who I trust. I rarely ever allow people to watch my kids, and even then it is my mom, sister, my husband's mom or his sister. I will always have panic attacks when certain subjects or situations present themselves. I know the triggers and I do my best to avoid them.
hard life

Huntsville, TN

#22 Aug 4, 2009
I want to thank everybody for their kind words,
prayers and advice.Bless you all.I have talked
to some people and there is no statute of limitations on rape cases in KY.So,he can be
prosecuted.Don't know where to start,but I
pray GOD guide me to do what I need to do
and give me the strenth to do it.I still
don't know if his confession will hold up
in court.does anyone know if it will or won't?
GURU

Hazard, KY

#23 Aug 4, 2009
neutral one wrote:
The problem you're probably going to have right now is the statue of limitations. Unfortunately, the statute of limitations for sexual abuse in most states is only 5 years. That means, by law, they cannot be prosecuted unless they've committed the crime within the last 5 years. It sucks, to be honest, to think you only have a 5 year window to build up enough courage to talk to someone about it, and even then victims of rape and sexual abuse are criticized and scrutinized for waiting so long. Sexual abuse is just as bad, if not worse, than murder, because it leaves behind an emotionally and mentally screwed up person. At least the person murdered is no longer suffering, you know?
If the man is still with your mother and she has taken his side, honestly, I wouldn't visit them that often. It will be hard to break yourself away, but you need to focus on YOU and getting YOU better. Being around him is not beneficial to you, and being around your mother doesn't sound like it is, either. If you can get away for a while, I'd do it. I remember when I turned 18. The man's parole officer told my parents and I that the restraining order against him was going to expire on my 18th birthday. I packed up my things and left the state to go to college so I wouldn't be there when it happened. I knew that I would be thrown into a series of panic attacks and not be able to function at the school I wanted to go to because it would be too close to him and I'd no longer have the protection of the law. Moving is a built in excuse for not seeing them often, and often getting away for a while helps you heal without much effort.
When a doctor finds a tumor, they remove not only the tumor but also the surrounding tissue just to make sure they've gotten all of the disease. This man is a tumor in your life for what he did to you. You need to, at least for a while, remove yourself from him and those who support him so that you can look past what he did to you and eventually forgive him.
Don't be dismayed. There is NO statute of limitations for felonies in Kentucky.
Too many non-lawyers are always trying to tell people what the law is.
confused

Oakdale, TN

#25 Aug 4, 2009
hard life wrote:
I want to thank everybody for their kind words,
prayers and advice.Bless you all.I have talked
to some people and there is no statute of limitations on rape cases in KY.So,he can be
prosecuted.Don't know where to start,but I
pray GOD guide me to do what I need to do
and give me the strenth to do it.I still
don't know if his confession will hold up
in court.does anyone know if it will or won't?
I'm so sorry that this happened to you! I was abused as a child and couldn't get any help either. But it came back and bit him on the butt, he thinks he's still won, but I'm a better person because of what he did. I don't trust alot of ppl and those I do trust I have known for along....My mother also chose him over me, until he started on another family member and then she tried to stand up for them....You know how that made me feel!!!! Children should NEVER have to go through something like that, they are precious and need to be protected. I pray God blesses you with strenght to do what is best for you, and if at all you have to forgive yourself, I know I did. Even though it wasn't your fault, you will always feel as though you did something.....You have to learn to LOVE yourself again and then you'll feel soooooo much better!
aunt

Sunbright, TN

#26 Aug 4, 2009
well for the "one that cares" those boys was not arrested. so i suggest u get ur facts straight before u name names. not that u said they got arrested but u put their names on here, so u need to know what ur talking about before u print names.

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