> I already answered that question, I don't know how
> else to say it or dumb it down so you'll be able
> to understand it but I'll give it another try.
> Teachers lose their careers on the accusation,
> which does not happen to a truck driver or a
> restaurant waiter. The penalty for being a
> teacher and innocent of an accusation of sexual
> impropriety is much higher than other occupations
> and crimes. Therefore it requires more
> As I said in the Lannigan thread and elsewhere,
> plaster their pictures up on every piece of media
> possible if they are convicted of the crime, but
> not before.
> Read this story.
> Can you honestly say after reading what that man
> went through that accusations should be
> publicized? If so there is something seriously
> wrong with you, or you have some aspect of mental
Is that supposed to impress me? If I don't agree with you, you say there's something wrong with me and that's it?
But you said something very similar in another post about Cantor........this is your thing isn't it? Anyone that doesn't tow your line is retarded.....except you don't like that word?
Anyway.........yeah yeah..so sad and all that shit. Anytime someone is acquitted of charges and I get all weepy and stuff. How wonderful for him. He got away with it.
Still doesn't change my feelings though. If you are hanging around trouble, it's going to bite you in the ass whether it's your fault or not. If after talking to the 12 year and Sean, the investigators felt the need to arrest him.........he did something wrong. Yeah, yeah...plenty of people get nailed for shit they didn't do. I know a guy that spent 34 years in prison for a murder he didn't do. DNA finally let him out. Know what he said right out of the gate? "My fault..I chose to go to that bar and I knew what kind of place it was."
If ANYone (including Mr. IMF) is arrested, the public should be told. The simple fear of being arrested used to keep a whole lot more people on the straight and narrow then the ability to keep it under wraps now, does.