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Binro the Heretic - 2014-07-09 The county and state should sue the prosecutor for wasting valuable time and resources.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-07-09 I hope Americans really rebel against this sort of thing and just assassinate prosecutors that pull this shit. This is why our country is on the road to fascism. Prisons for profit, it doesn't matter who's innocent or guilty, if you can convict someone of bullshit trumped up charges then by all means, as long as someone gets paid for the new slavery we don't call slavery.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-07-09 Gotta compete with China somehow. Gotta break a few souls to make a prison soul omelet.
il fiore bel - 2014-07-09 He can have a wife and family! ....if he can find a woman who doesn't mind the possible sex offender label.
He just won't be able to find work... or respect in the community... and he'll get yelled at every time he moves and doesn't tell the folks in charge about it.
(Well damn, now I just depressed myself. I sincerely hope none of this sticks.)
TheOtherCapnS - 2014-07-09 You guys are acting like he's already convicted. He can always spend tens of thousands of dollars to hire a lawyer influential enough to get the DA to drop the charges. Which stimulates the economy! win/win imo
infinite zest - 2014-07-09 I was going to ask the same question.. I'll just say it, when I was 13 I took pictures of myself in the nude with a polaroid camera at a friend's sleepover. We all did and the plan was to give them to girls so they could guess who was who. It was fun and then we tore them up.
BorrowedSolution - 2014-07-10 Of course. Why did I even imagine that it hadn't already happened.
theSnake - 2014-07-09 What a fedora wearing nerd! I bet this guy never gets laid.
EvilHomer - 2014-07-10 So how much longer until we're all talking about the pedo-agenda?