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This upsets me greatly.

1. If this happened in 2001 and the molester got probation why did it take the father of the girl so long to decide to take matters into his own hands? The article says the guy got probation in 2002, thats 12 years ago.

2. In 2014 this girl is now a 21/22 year old woman. She moved on with her life and has a current boyfriend. What she went through at seven was horrible and luckily she was not raped or killed. If anyone had any right to speak out against a molester getting probation, its the person that was molested. Now back when the legal proceedings were progressing the girl likely was not old enough to recommend what she thought should happen to the man who molested her. That being said, her statements could have easily given a judge or jury enough reason to hand down something more severe than probation. The fact it did not play out in that way says many things about this instant case.

3. The comments to the article are priceless and a million times better than anything a fiction writer could imagine. Basically every person is saying the molester got what he deserved by being killed. This is not only bothersome, but extremely disturbing on many levels. How many more children need to be exploited, kidnapped, molested, sold into sex slavery, raped, abused, and/or otherwise mistreated for this country and every other country to do something about it? Every single time something bad happens people come out of the woodwork and demand the harshest punishment for whoever was involved. Increase the punishment because that will make people think twice before acting or so the common train of thought goes. On these issues the common train of thought is not doing a dam thing to prevent anyone from doing anything. This is akin to a fire department somewhere knowing about a large area of overgrown bushes near enough to houses or businesses to be a fire hazard and doing nothing until a fire has already broken out. When are people going to realize the only way to deal with mistreatment, exploitation, molestation, abuse, trafficking, sex slavery, murder, voilence, poverty, starvation, and so many other global problems is by going to the roots causes and snuffing them out before they lead to new instances of the problems popping up.

4. We have two choices accept the way things are now and shut up because these are the best possible results or complain about the way things are now and do something about changing the current state of affairs to generate a better future. We can’t continue complaining about our after the fact approach and just expect improvements.

I posted this in the articles comment section. I hope it upsets those hicks on that site. 🙂

One more instance of the registry utterly failing someone that paid their debt to society. Another registrant murdered and a non registered citizen almost murdered. When is society going to wake up? When is someone going to hold these laws to account; to prove they serve any kind of useful purpose; which they don’t? The shooter obviously is the one that needed to be on a registry and closely monitored. The shooter obviously has some grave emotional and mental disorders going on in his head. He obviously has a abnormal obsession with his step daughter. I think the shooter could be a potential pedo his self.