Thursday, June 26, 2008


First the Supreme Court outlaws death sentences for child rapists. I disagree with that. I guess a majority of folks around my area agree with me. I know there have been folks that have been falsely accused. I know that some teens can be very precocious. Someone who rapes a baby or even a young child deserves to be put to death. In fact the pedophile that adopted Masha Allen should be put to death. He adopted a child with the intention of raping and molesting her for her life. Sorry I feel that they should be put to death. They have ruined that child's trust and life. They denied a child his/her rights.

Then this moron makes the news in Massachusetts. James Fagan should be booted out of office. I suspect voters will do exactly that when his time comes floating around. He has been quoted as saying:

"I'm gonna rip them apart," Fagan said of child victims. "I'm going to make sure that the rest of their life is ruined, that when they're 8 years old, they throw up; when they're 12 years old, they won't sleep; when they're 19 years old, they'll have nightmares and they'll never have a relationship with anybody."

Sorry moron you are lucky you ain't in Texas. You would be afraid, very afraid. You would come up missing here. I understand that you have to defend a client but no way no how are you going to do it at the expense of a child. You sure as hell won't ever do it at the expense of my child.

Jessica Lunsford father, Mark Lunsford even spoke out against this legislator

Here is the story and the link.

Jessica’s Law dad blasts Mass. rep
By Dave Wedge | Tuesday, June 24, 2008 | | Local Coverage
Photo by AP (File)

The father of a slain Florida girl pushing for mandatory prison time for child rapists in the Bay State is blasting a Taunton lawmaker who said he’d torment young victims on the witness stand to defend his perv clients.

“Why doesn’t he figure out a way to defend that child and put these kind of people away instead of trying to figure ways for defense attorneys to get around Jessica’s Law?” Mark Lunsford fumed, slamming recent remarks by Rep. James Fagan. “These are very serious crimes that nobody wants to take serious. What about the rights of these children?”

Lunsford, whose daughter Jessica was raped and murdered in Florida by a repeat sex offender, will be in Massachusetts tomorrow to push lawmakers to pass Jessica’s Law, which would require a 20-year sentence for rape of a child under 12. The House passed a watered-down version of the bill last week but Lunsford and other victims’ rights activists will be pushing the Senate to include mandatory prison time in the final law.

“If this bill is not going to put these people away, don’t disrespect me by putting my daughter’s name on it,” Lunsford told the Herald last night. “You have to put these guys in prison and admit these people are uncurable.”

Fagan, a defense attorney, infuriated victims’ rights advocates during a recent House debate when he said he would “rip apart” 6-year-old victims on the witness stand and “make sure the rest of their life is ruined.”

In a fiery soliloquy on the House floor, Fagan said he’d grill victims so that, “when they’re 8 years old they throw up; when they’re 12 years old, they won’t sleep; when they’re 19 years old, they’ll have nightmares and they’ll never have a relationship with anybody.”

Fagan did not return calls seeking comment.

Rep. Karyn Polito, a Republican from Shrewsbury who supports Jessica’s Law, said of Fagan’s comments: “The words speak for themselves. I think there’s a large part of the (House) membership that doesn’t agree with that.”

Fagan also called Jessica’s Law “knee-jerk” legislation and said “every time the Legislature has named a law after somebody, it has been a failure.”

That comment angered Ron Bersani, grandfather of Melanie Powell, whose death at the hands of a drunken driver inspired Melanie’s Law, which hiked OUI penalties.

“Absolutely ridiculous,” Bersani said. “I would beg to differ with Rep. Fagan.”

Bersani also took issue with Fagan’s characterization of such laws as “knee-jerk.”

“I find that description despicable,” Bersani said. “It’s a lot easier to call it knee-jerk when it’s not your daughter or granddaughter.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They had to vote that.... cause if they didn't, most of the people controlling the country would be dead.

This is an article which has some of the newspaper clippings from the 80's.

Mark Foley in Florida scandal:,8599,1543199,00.html

Here is an article linking Karl Rove, Foley, and the previous 1989 Franklin County Scandal together:

This links International cases of politicians with sex abuse, as well as Catholic churches and cults: