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[–] acheron2012 13 points 56 points (+69|-13) ago  (edited ago)

I have to take the other side of this one. Our elected government has set the penalty for this crime. The entire system of justice is based on returning people to society after they have learned a lesson.

This is a complete breakdown in social order. If he can do this then I can, by the same moral yardstick, hunt down and kill a man that robbed a convenience store.

In both cases a new disinterested 3rd party is deciding that government was wrong and choses to use extreme violence to exact what that lone individual deems adaquate revenge. Societies cannot exist in that climate. You will soon find yourself living in a feudal system where any breach of the warlord's edict is punished by public torture and death. This is actually worse than Sharia law.

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[–] grendelbiter 4 points 38 points (+42|-4) ago 

Not to mention you can get on that list for minor and stupid things, like peeing in public.

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[–] epsilona01 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago 

A friend's brother was passed out (drunk/drugs whatever) and physically present when a rape occurred. He was placed on the registry for that.

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[–] obvious-throwaway- 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

First off, the biggest concern isn't that people are going to start suddenly going around and murdering people based on Google maps. The biggest concern is that to much of this would force them to take down the maps altogether, then parents wouldn't know who to watch out for and the pedo's would have a lot more opportunities and hurt a lot more kids. So if this guy's deal is to help kids stay away form pedo's, he's actually making things much worse.

My actual theory is much, much darker though. This guy found out he was going to have terminal cancer or something and knew his family was fucked after he dies. Some Jews got the hook up from his doctor and approached the man with a deal. They knew about his past child abuse, knew he was broke, and knew he was going to die. They gave him a contract saying if he goes out and kills a bunch of pedo's, they'll give his family millions. But why you ask? How do the Jews fit into all this?

This is where your comment comes into play. You say a minor offense like peeing in public, but these websites tell you what they did, so if the guy was smart enough to use a computer he was probably smart enough to pick out the true offenders and not public pee'rs. I mean, this guy was planning out murders, that's something a person probably thinks through quite a bit. Anyways, these Jews want to encourage others to go out and murder people on the pedo lists. Why? Well, imagine this scenario... you're sitting at home right now and the cops kick in your door, throw you on the floor and take your computer. A few days later they come back and arrest you because they found "something" on your computer. Now you're off to jail and are put on a map. You make it out of jail and back home, but then some dude shows up with a hammer and bashes your brains in.

Imagine the power the Jews would hold if that every time someone spoke out against them, they could send the police, confiscate your stuff and inadvertently have you killed violently in your home and people would just chock it up as another pedo attack, just part and parcel of living in a Jewish new world order.

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[–] jackofdiamonds 2 points 1 points (+3|-2) ago 

No you can't. If you can go to an actual sex offender registry anywhere in the country and find me a person who is on there for public urination, I will donate $100 to the charity of your choice. This is a bullshit rumor started by pedophiles to discredit the list in order to undermine it's public perception so that they are not as socially compromised should they end up on it. One time there was a kid who was added to the list for public urination, and it was immediately overturned by a circuit appeal.

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[–] usedtobecrensch 3 points 15 points (+18|-3) ago 

I'm kinda done with letting niggers rob stores and getting away with it. You know what "our elected government" does to them? Gives 'em 3 hots and a cot, then lets them go.

It's about time the penalty for doing something like that becomes a lot more severe.

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[–] SJWs_R_FAAAGS 2 points 6 points (+8|-2) ago 

Amen. Our justice system is a joke. There are people doing more time for shooting a fucking stray cat than some people that have murdered a person

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[–] l_voated_today 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

They need to bring back public lashings.

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[–] Artofchoke 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Why'd you switch accounts, Sir? Is this really you, or a pretender?

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[–] Alois_sticklgruber 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

He did it, it isnt legal by ANY standards. Same with pedophiles, they did it and had no legal ground to do so. Its why he is in jail and will likely ho to prison for an extended stay.

Just because we say he did a good thing doesnt mean it was legal.

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[–] MCVoat 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Also the online registry is a good safety tool for neighbors and this asshole doing this might inspire others to do the same. Then bye bye registry.

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[–] Shiggz 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Starting to worry if the registry list is ultimately more like the TSA security theatre. Which unfortunately just mollify people into believing problem is being dealt with by .gov. Which considering the recidivism rates it obviously isn't.

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[–] windsse 3 points 10 points (+13|-3) ago 

I can understand and admire doing this if he was just attacking them or even killing them, but he was also robbing them apparently. I wonder if he was stealing to supply a habit and just chose victims that he thought wouldn't get sympathy.

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[–] EarlPoncho 7 points -3 points (+4|-7) ago 

who cares

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[–] bagano1 2 points 7 points (+9|-2) ago 

Yeah, I do motherfucker.

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[–] AmaleksHairyAss 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I care. Pedo's are either a danger to society, in which case they should never get out of prison, or not, in which case they shouldn't be persecuted after they get out. Mindless hate against even pedos is morally bankrupt.

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[–] Maximum50 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

I can see why pedophiles, but now a days anyone can be a sex offender.

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[–] jackofdiamonds 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

This isn't remotely true. Go look at your local sex offender registry. I'll wait...

90% of them are on there for rape, aren't they? And about half of those are for rape of a minor, with several of their victims under the age of 12, aren't they? And the remaining 10% have some form of aggravated sexual assault charge, don't they?

They don't put people on the registry for getting caught skinny dipping in the lake. In fact they never have.

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[–] AmaleksHairyAss 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Except that's not true, jackass. An 18 year old having sex with his 16 year old girlfriend will be on the registry for "raping a minor". A sexting 15 year old will be on it for "producing child porn".

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[–] Inaminit 22 points 10 points (+32|-22) ago 

This guy needs a medal...

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[–] ShinyVoater 11 points 39 points (+50|-11) ago 

If you go around beating people for crimes they committed and were convicted and duly punished for years or even decades after the fact, you're nothing more than a menace to society. Or would you prefer random street violence like some third world country?

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[–] collegetoker 6 points 11 points (+17|-6) ago 

Do you think that pedophiles stop being pedophiles after going to prison?

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[–] RapeKathy6riffin 6 points 11 points (+17|-6) ago 

You are the coherent one. People on the registry paid their debts to society and if left up to individual emotions to carry out further punishments, you would have chaos.

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[–] swinston79 7 points 3 points (+10|-7) ago 

Then they need death,all kiddie fuckers need to die. This guy needs a reward not jail.

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[–] ShineShooter 2 points 1 points (+3|-2) ago 

The point is that these were continuing to voice their desires for degeneracy, not the worst vigilante imo.

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[–] snurfle 0 points 19 points (+19|-0) ago 

My son was 18, his girlfriend was 17. She got pregnant. Her mom filed charges. Not his kid, she had 4 other guys tested to find the real father. Her mom didn't file any more charges after finding out her daughter is the town jizz jar. She tried to drop charges against my son, but the State took over and he went to jail for 9 months and is 8 years in on his 10 years on the sexual offender database. Can't go to school, can't find a job, can't live with us (too close to the school.) His life was ruined.

Should he also get the shit beat out of him?

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[–] bikergang_accountant 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

People are saying this is fake but it could have happened to me. I was a high schooler once. Who do seniors date? Well you end up 18 while you're still in school.

Of course there is proximity depending on the state you live in. I wouldn't have gotten proximity because I was dating a sophomore who I later found out started school a year early. Of course I also chose abstinance so it wasn't really an issue but if she had had her way it would have been.

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[–] Treefart 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I dont know where you live but most places wont jail someone for being within two years of each other.

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[–] prairie 2 points 11 points (+13|-2) ago 

Even for the sex "offenders" who urinated in a bush?

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[–] bagano1 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago 

Some of the inbred trailer park hicks on here don't like using their brain.

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[–] ScientiaPotentia 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago 

He needs support.

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[–] bourbonexpert 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

thus all more the more reason the SO registry is retarded. or should at least be reserved for kiddie diddlers. there are so many drunken hook ups that wind up as SOs its not even funny. Jesus people, just this afternoon we had a pic of two drunk girls making out..one of them was raping the other...remember?

if the SO isnt a violation of cruel and unusual punishment, i dont know what is.

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[–] uvulectomy 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

If they "paid their debt to society", "learned their lesson", and are "no longer a danger", then why do they have to be monitored for the rest of their lives? Because the justice system views them as still being a dangerous. But if they're still dangerous, they shouldn't have been let out of prison to begin with.

So yeah, the registry is some bullshit that doesn't really help matters. You're either a danger to society and need to be locked up, or you're "rehabilitated" (although I don't think that's possible with kiddy diddlers) and should still be behind bars. The list is a half-ass measure that is more of the "people want us to do something, and this is something" nonsense the government seems to excel at.

To hell with the registry. Drunken hookups, 18y/o's fucking their 17-year-and-360-day-old girlfriends, and street pissers don't deserve to be on it, and the actual kidfuckers need to be shot anyway.

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[–] bourbonexpert 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

theres also study after study that the reoffense rate is near 0% its terrible. these people lives are totally ruined. they cant get jobs, they cant find places to live etc....if your fuck with kids i dont care. but someone who "raped" a chick 20 years ago shouldnt have to register the rest of their lives. if it was a real crime then they should be in prison.

murderers have it easier.

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[–] bikergang_accountant 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

This is what the government does. It conflates crimes. If you try to argue against a specific case they just say "well would you want to arrest _____?" Where _____ is a broader category and if you say no then they imply you are for the subgroup within that category that actually causes harm. In the end they can always take it all the way out to criminals for the blank.

You're against criminals right?

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[–] shakin_my_head 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Did it not say the registry stated their crime?

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[–] bourbonexpert 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

In Michigan they have a charge called "criminal sexual conduct-4"

Go ahead and tell me what that means. There are hundreds of laws, all in legalese that the general public don't understand.

Aggravated stalking is also a registrable offense. ( in Michigan)

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[–] SegFault 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

Salon writers reportedly "very saddened at the persecution of their kin".

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[–] krier55 4 points 6 points (+10|-4) ago 

i like his odds in a jury of his peers.

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[–] 9671978 3 points 9 points (+12|-3) ago 

His peers are us. We aren't fooled into accepting this horrific shit. These men should have been dead long ago if guilty. I am personally glad for the way this turned out. Those types of abuses could have easily led him down the same path the men who abused him were on. Or worse, the murderous tendencies this type of abuse fosters could have been taken out on anyone.

Still wrong to break the NAP. But the question becomes, did they break the NAP against society?

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[–] 9673941 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

The registry is a stupid dangerous maladaptive substitute for actually doing something about a problem.

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