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Radley: Man gets life without parole for possession of child porn. Itís likely that the guy would have received a lighter sentence if he had actually molested a child.

That seems about normal these days.

6 Responses to “Priorities”

  1. nk Says:

    He paid money to animals who molested children to provide photographs for his pleasure.


  2. nk Says:

    In any case, some things have no defense and their punishment does not need justification. You just don’t. You don’t.

  3. Rivrdog Says:

    The Morality Police have overcome the Constitution. What part of “cruel and unusual” doesn’t shine brilliantly through here? extra-constitutional, but what part of “punishment must fit the crime” works here? Pass on this, and when the Gummint wants your guns, they will make possessing a gun repair manual a felony. Same process, same thought pattern.

    Or, you could just ask Joe Paterno…the victims-are-God people got him fired, and are now trying to erase his legendary coaching records from the books.

    I’m ready to puke. Take these porno people out and whip them 3/4 dead, then send them back to NAMBLA to tell the rest of the predatory queers what the whipping was like. That would do more to combat kiddy-porn that all this joke of a sentence does.

  4. TomcatTCH Says:

    nk, when you posted your comment, you had access to child porn.

  5. divemedic Says:

    I don’t understand how having a picture of a crime carries a higher penalty that the crime itself. Why not life in prison for having a video of a murder or a bank robbery?

  6. Lyle Says:

    Don’t tell me; he got the porn from a web site run by cops.

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