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Omaha, NE

Health Care - Omaha, NE

And, . . . Your POINT is, . . . ????  (Jan 9, 2010 | post #352)

Omaha, NE

Nebraska Legislature Convenes For 2010

Wow! What an intelligent response from the state where buckeyes and brains get the same Rockwell scores.  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #8)

Omaha, NE

Man Accused in Nebraska Pot Ring Says Lawyer Duped Him

Hopefully, the judiciary that reviews the facts of this matter will go into it with the understanding that the system is so very broken and abused, and that system of justice needs to be repaired by law enforcement officers and a judiciary who think outside the box. This should be a simple case. Just because this informant earned his living by acting as an attorney should not preclude his cooperation with the prosecution side of the justice system. This defendant was informed that he, (the attorney), was NOT representing him, in any matter or manner. Case closed! If the traditional standards that have been applied by a judiciary that only thinks inside the traditional legal boxes that have been set up by legal scholars, law schools, and so-called ethical experts prevail, this case will be overtuned, and the system will remain as broken as ever. One more win for the bad-guys. Don't let it happen. Understand the INTENT of the law, instead of the swirling theories around it.  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #1)

Omaha, NE

Nebraska Legislature Convenes For 2010

Hence, the only viable answer for the legislature to deal with this kind of crime, is to dealve into the issues as they are found in the real world, and pass laws that will protect the human rights of the victims, while offering some degree of protecting the strict Constitutional Rightsof the perpetrators. <br> <br> When the law enforcement community is always in the act of anticipating the perpetrator's defense responses, and the judiciary is never willing to take the accused home for a weekend, but still offers a venue for the wildest forms of excused behaviors, (mostly ecause they're thinking that the victim wasn't a member of THEIR family, Thank God!), the second chances to reoffend will be an ever present danger to every child in America. <br> <br> The entire American System of Law Enforcement and it's Judiciary needs to wake up to these realities, and start protecting out children from these heinous monsters that are lurking because of their weaknesses. They need to OWN this problem, from the legislature's misunderstanding of the victimology to the cops who take the initial reports, to the county attorneys who fail to represent the victims, to the judges who allow experts to fool them into thinking that all is well with the world, when it's NOT!  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #6)

Omaha, NE

Nebraska Legislature Convenes For 2010

br> <br> You have the analysis a bit askew. You say that the perpetrator ". . violated the constitutional rights of the victim." <br> <br> That's not quite true. The purpose of the United States Constitution is to protect its citizenry from the tyranny of the government. A private individual, acting on his own, without the color of authority, cannot violate any constitutional rights. <br> <br> The rights that were owned by the victim and violated by the perpetrator were simply human rights, as mentioned in the preamble to the Constitution. It is therefore the DUTY of the government to protect the human rights of the victim by providing legislation preventing actions that would encroach upon the victim's rights to his/her life, liberty and/or the pursuit of happiness. <br> <br> That makes it incumbent upon the legislature to pass laws preventing assaults of this nature, by understanding the acts of the perpetrators, and then when law enforcement can attain the same understanding it's up to the law enforcement people to make a competent investigation of the act, then bring the actors to the judiciary, where they can be judged. The weakness of the system is that each of them, (the legislature, the cops, and the judiciary), suffers from the sympathetic human mallady of putting themselves into the positon of the criminal, rather than the victim. None of them understands the victimology or the psychological impact on the victim of the human rights violation. <br> <br> By the same token, none of them have proper training in the criminal psychology of the perpetrator, and very few of them are able to empathize with the victim. They simply cannot accept that the perpetrator suffers from a psychosis that has no known cure. Years ago, the movie "A Clockwork Orange" was made which demonstrated the contemporary treatment of similar perpetrations in Europe. As with any treatments offered today, (you can imagine how much they've changed with the passage of time), failure is the norm, and no real successes have been recorded. (to be continued on next posting)  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #5)

Omaha, NE

Cop guilty of child enticement

The quesion is, . . . "How the hell did this guy get hired, in the first place?" Don't they have any competent psychological testing in place? If they think it's competent, then why didn't this clown think beyond the end of his penis? You cannot continue to hire morons and call them law enforcement officers, simply because they managed to get through some rudimentary OJT. The personnel department, (or the administrative staff that handles the hiring practices), at the Omaha Police Division needs to own some [MOST] of this one!  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #1)

Omaha, NE

Health Care - Omaha, NE

Ban all PORK! Throw the bums who voted for this monster out of office!  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #347)

Omaha, NE

Online sex offender list blocked

This isn't about nineteen-year-olds versus sixteen-year-olds. This is about the FACT that there has never been a case of pedophilia that has ever been cured. Once a pedophile --- ALWAYS a pedophile. It's time our legislators reached out and grabbed a bit of reality before they approach the act of modifying the laws regarding sex offenders. First, and foremost, reality doesn't happen in a clinical setting. Psychological definitions simply don't work in the real world, but our courtrooms are full of "experts " from the clinical environment, where they always testify that "we can treat the condition, Your Honor!" Sure! You can treat someone for a .44 calibre bullet wound, between their eyes, as well, but the liklihood of survival is nil. Until one of these so-called "experts " from the clinical world can produce a well-documented case of cured pedophilia, there should never be another convicted pedophile allowed to walk the same streets as our precious, innocent children. Now, of course, someone will tell you that there's a huge difference between a true "Pedophile, " and a "Child Molester." Nonsense! Thats the clinical definition, and the real world, (where all of these cases originate), cannot, and should not, differentiate between these ficticious clinical definitions. Molestation is molestation, and the perpetrators will just have to understand that the law is the law. We need a law that makes no exceptions, and we need a judiciary that understands that there is no cure. Clinical terms and statistics should never become a part of whether a perpetrator is allowed another chance to reoffend.  (Jan 8, 2010 | post #21)