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September 20, 2009

Reflective commentaries in the wake of Garrido's crimes

The San Francisco Chronicle today has these two very different commentaries discussing how the California and other jurisdictions ought to react to the Garrido case:

September 20, 2009 at 03:12 PM | Permalink

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Let me guess without reading that Commie garbage propagating newspaper, the SF Chronicle. Hire more government workers to monitor the vicious predator. Never punish such. Never scare them. Never even criticize. Certainly, never kill the predator before he kills others. Just monitor and write reports. Decrease the work load of shiftless, useless, slow shuffling government workers because the workload was the cause of this parole disaster.

123D. Problem solved. The lawyer hierarchy should be seen as accomplices to the vicious predator. They go first, of course, after an hour's fair trial.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Sep 20, 2009 5:12:57 PM

First thing to do is restore Constitutional due process 'beyond reasonable doubt' rights so you know an actual offend is being convicted, not an innocent person being railroaded.

If we can't figure out how to convict an actually guilty person without convicting 9 innocent ones, how in the world is the 'problem' ever going to be resolved?

By rounding up the entire male population and exterminating them I suspect.

Solving the 'sex offender problem' may be a simple matter of figuring out how to procreate the desired race without men. Then just get rid of them all.

Signed- Mother of Falsely Accused

Posted by: SgtMom | Sep 21, 2009 1:21:19 PM

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