Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Smelly media: Human rights gone astray

Before I go on with the news, I want to clarify some things:

Rape is a crime.
A false accusation is a crime deserving equal punishment as the falsely accused would have gotten.

Underage sex is not acceptable, if the law say age limit is 16, it is 16.
If the guy is 17, the girl 15, to my knowledge, the laws here are accepting, it is two teenagers doing what teenagers do.
An older man having sex with a 12 year old is punishable, and I stand in agreement with punishment.

If, however, a 15 year old girl lies about her age, and tells a guy she is 19, that changes things.

Now to the news report, and the idiocy in protecting the criminal's human rights.

Child rapist gets six years

The Western Uusimaa District Court has sentenced a man to six years in prison for raping and sexually abusing children. The court also ordered him to pay 22,000 euros in damages to the victims.

The man sexually abused and raped several underage girls ranging in age from 12 to 16, sometimes drugging them.

6 years?

6 effing years?


He should have gotten six per child, not six years. No parole.

He will be out in three, and also may get weekends off from prison, with pocket money, if he behaves.

I do not believe in reeducating, or rehabilitation.

Do a crime, do the punishment, then we think about rehabilitation.

But if the sentence is a joke like this, one (not me) could argue the fathers have a right to retribution, if they see fit, and get the corresponding (reduced? again, not me) sentence.

The defendant’s rape of two young girls in a private home was photographed by two other men who threatened to post the images online. These men were ordered to pay fines of 3,000 and 5,000 euros.

Well just add to the injury.


Oh hey, if you drive 45 kmh in a 40 kmh zone, you will be fined more than 500 euros.

Seems the road has more rights/value than underage girls.

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