Monsters Among Us

If you haven’t heard the story of the man who repeatedly raped his 12-year-old daughter, you should go read it. A Montana man raped his daughter. A judge handed down what basically is a 43-day sentence, when all was said and done. The man’s wife saw the rape and not only did nothing about it, but wrote to the judge asking for a light sentence, claiming she wanted his “children [to] have an opportunity to heal the relationship with their father.”

The victim’s grandmother echoed this, calling the man’s behavior “horrible” but stating that the man’s children, “especially his sons, will be devastated if their Dad is no longer part of their lives.”

No one spoke for the victim. No one. 

It’s not often that I find myself speechless, but there are no words to describe these monsters. 

The monster who raped his own child. 

The monster who did nothing to protect her daughter and who wanted her husband released back into society to possibly rape children again, and who used her sons as tools to accomplish that end, and who would expose those boys to the twisted fiend who raped their sister. 

The monster who echoed those sentiments and would expose her grandchildren to this bag of rancid shit. 

And the monster who handed down this absurd sentence, who failed to protect the children from this repugnant threat, who refused to protect society by allowing him to exist in it, and not in prison, where the criminals would tear his asshole so hard, you could drive a VW bus filled with illegals through it, and who would not attain justice for one traumatized little girl. This monster will be allowed to retire with full benefits. 

The judge, in response to nationwide outrage, wrote that this was his attempt “to encourage and provide opportunities for an offender’s self-improvement, rehabilitation and reintegration back into a community.”

Let’s get this straight. There’s no rehabilitation for someone who rapes – RAPES – his 12 year old child! 


This is someone you either lock away in a dank dungeon forever, or put down line a rabid animal so that he never walks among people again! 

This is not a mistake. This is not illness. This is evil. Pure, unmitigated evil. And it I had my way, this evil would be eradicated from this world, along with the rancid cunts who supported it and did nothing to protect this innocent child!

My friend Patrick Richardson, the managing editor of the Pittsburg Morning Sun, quoted author S.M. Stirling in his column yesterday, “Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent.”

And he, like the rest of us, is sick and tired of society allowing acts of sheer evil to go unpunished. 

Say a kid catches a shoplifting beef. First time around he gets probation. Probably unsupervised or pretty minimal supervision. Now let’s say he doesn’t have the best parents. So at most he catches hell for the fine, but they’ve caught their own share of cases so they don’t do much — not that they would anyway.

He’ll catch a few more minor misdemeanors while a juvenile, each a little more serious than the last, but still, no real teeth to anything.

Then he turns 18 and that juvie record goes away.

But no one has ever told him “no,” he’s never had any real discipline and has the usual attitude of the habitually criminal “You can’t make me do nothin’!”

So as an adult he catches a few more misdemeanors, at most a few days in the county lockup, fines he won’t pay, and probation.

First felony is probably drugs or minor theft, maybe burglary. Presumptive probation cases and he’s been on probation on and off since he was 13, so who cares?
He’ll catch four or five more of those before he finally commits ENOUGH crimes, or one serious enough that he’s going to prison.

By this time he’s probably in his early 30s. Never held a job that didn’t involve a hair net and saying “would you like fries with that?” and never held one of those for more than a few months, maybe a year, before his boss talked to him in a way he didn’t like and he either quit or got fired because “you can’t make me do nothin’!”

By the time he catches a sanction with any real teeth in it, he’s a lost cause. A habitual criminal, no education, dumb as a post, but with a certain animal cunning, good at manipulating people and the system and no more between him and his will than a wolf has.

Make no mistake – this is very relevant to the situation. 

If we, as a society, continue to make excuses for criminal acts, and don’t hold those among us accountable for their actions, we are sending a message to the youngest and most impressionable among us that intentional criminal acts – from simple theft, to rape, to murder – will be forgiven with little to no consequences. 

If we allow a man who has violated his own child in the most despicable and morally repugnant way, to walk free and go home to play with his boys, and probably rape again, the boys will learn that even an act as odious as the rape of a little child, goes unpunished by society, and is therefore OK. 

If we don’t slap them on the hand as kids, and tell them “NO!” in no uncertain terms, and then show them that every act has a consequence – from small to huge – we will have many more monsters walking among us!


32 responses

  1. OF course there are ways to ‘rehabilitate’ scum like this. They all use either a large wood-chipper or an industrial shredder.

    You might even ask: Raping Scumbag, will it blend?

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  2. Back when I was 12, me, my brother and a friend committed a small crime. We got caught. When Dad got home from work, he snatched a piece of kindling wood out of the fireplace and whaled on my ass. I’ve never done anything like that again. Of course that was back when parents actually parented. It’s also the only whoopin I got from my Dad. Usually Mom was the one that took care of that. Part of the problem is this liberal “no spanking” bullshit. If there is no punishment, you will keep doing the same things over and over.

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    1. To be fair, spanking doesn’t work for everyone. I did something similar as a kid. I got relegated to my aunt and uncle’s small grocery, during the summer, to work there for free. There were other consequences as well. I never – EVER – did that again! I never got spanked, either. But some people. Yeah, that’s a biggie. Point is there MUST be consequences. Hard ones.

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  3. And there Nicki, lies the crux of the problem…
    With all things our so called “society ” operates under. The inability to say NO! No one is held accountable for any actions anymore, they are not taught/made to be responsible, admit faults and wrongdoings, give others credit where credit is due, all want to be praised for doing what, breathing…. Gimme a break…
    I know they are out there, but generally older than about 50 or so…. American males have seemingly lost the ability to produce any ka-hones, they have been tamed down by the PC asshats and feminists and lost the ability to do any actually critical thinking of their own.
    In short, grow a pair American men, and women, due what you know is right, when you’re wrong admit it, suck it up and move on. When you are right, back it up with irrefutable Truth, not your own chosen facts derived from some other entity chosen because it won’t “offend” someone…. And if you don’t like my viewpoint, tough! You don’t have to like it…. It’s after all, only my viewpoint….

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  4. My friend Patrick Richardson, the managing editor of the Pittsburg Morning Sun, quoted author S.M. Stirling in his column yesterday, “Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent.”

    Of course, his column sounds like an updated version of Mr. Dubois’ History and Moral Philosophy lecture from Starship Troopers.

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    1. Patrick Richardson

      I’ll take that as a compliment as that was an excellent lecture. That said, I’ve been watching this happen for decades. These are first-hand observations.

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    2. In this crowd, that will be taken as a compliment.

      Are you really trying to imply some kind of plagiarism? I’m wondering why you’re being a dick.

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      1. No, not really; it just struck me as being similar. Possibly it’s your apparent definition of “being a dick” as “doesn’t agree with me.”

        My position on plagiarism has been known for a while:

        “When ‘Omer smote ‘is bloomin’ lyre,
        He’d ‘eard men sing by land an’ sea;
        An’ what he thought ‘e might require,
        ‘E went an’ took — the same as me!

        The market-girls an’ fishermen,
        The shepherds an’ the sailors, too,
        They ‘eard old songs turn up again,
        But kep’ it quiet — same as you!

        They knew ‘e stole; ‘e knew they knowed.
        They didn’t tell, nor make a fuss,
        But winked at ‘Omer down the road,
        An’ ‘e winked back — the same as us!”


        1. Oh, do please tell me what you disagreed with here!

          No, your comment struck me as if you were implying that Mr. Richardson was plagiarizing, instead of speaking from 20+ years of experience covering courts – which by the way I’ve done too when I was a journalist.


      2. It did not come across to me as an accusation of plagiarism.

        I too noticed the similarity of argument, but that’s not plagiarism (or we’d all have to stop writing, honestly). He didn’t bring in the puppy analogy that RAH used, after all.


    3. You beat me to it!


  5. My late wife was a high school teacher…one of the few good ones, if I may say so. She constantly butted heads with admin, curriculum, liberal fallacies.
    It was the students that were her passion. She was honest with them. She treated them with the respect they deserved. And she didn’t take any shit.
    Her students respected her, liked her, trusted her, loved her.
    As the trust developed she became more and more aware of the various kinds and levels of abuse or neglect that surprisingly many of her students suffered. A couple were severe enough that she encouraged and supported them to report the abuse. That usually resulted in more trouble for her than for the abuser. She never gave up, fought the horrible school system as best she could and counseled and protected her students as best she could, even to the point that a couple of them lived with us for a time.
    She fought to the end.
    I know she saved some, or maybe many, from the black hole that your friend describes.
    The many tributes affirmed that.
    At her memorial a few spoke up and said so.

    So yeah…that group of scum I’d like to see removed from existence, along with all the other abusers, incompetent and corrupt judicial members, and the enablers.

    But also the harmful aspects of our ever-declining school systems that ignore or even enable the problem, dragging the kids down with them.

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  6. I’m blessed to have three daughters and two granddaughters. The thought of being in any way sexual with them never crosses my mind. The love between a father and his (grand-)daughter is beyond sexual – it is a spiritual experience best described by the Greek word, “agape.”

    This man is not capable of higher moral functioning because he lives solely for himself…which is to say, between his legs. He is no father…and is barely a homo sapien. I won’t cheapen the word “human” by using it to describe this individual.

    Some crimes are so heinous that the perpetrator must be isolated from society. The weak, the innocent, and the child must be protected by government. No person best epitomizes this principle that the man who rapes his own progeny.

    I oppose the death penalty for moral reasons. But not forced castration. And in this case followed by cleaning and emptying toilets.

    I’m outraged…

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    1. This object sounds like a perfect candidate for capital punishment.

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      1. You would think, but SCOTUS has made clear that capital punishment for anything short of murder is verboten…

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  7. The statue of justice needs updating. A 12 gauge shotgun instead of a sword…


  8. There’s only two things needed for a child rapist – a tree and a rope.

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    1. I’m more of a “burn him at the stake” kind of guy.

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  9. As the father of three grown children, I’ve come to the conclusion that one of the keys to raising kids is to let them choose what they want. The choice is simple, having only two parts—

    A. Behave and obey.
    B. Die (yes, your mother and I can make another one who looks just like you).

    Now, make your choice.

    And the child rapist in this story, he only gets one choice. Guess which one.

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    1. I explain to my kids that when I tell them to do something, I expect them to obey, even the little things. I tell them it is training for them, so that if there is something one day, they must absolutely obey, to save their lives, there will be no arguing, no ‘but’, no stalling. I’ve buried enough children, and I’d like to try that they don’t end up being buried before I grow old and die.

      For the most part, it works. (I’ll admit not all the time; the boyo is in his chatty inquisitive stage.)


  10. OK, it’s been a day now. I’m no longer so foaming-at-the-mouth furious that I can’t do more than make a quip about a 12 gauge shotgun.

    Mind you, I’m still foaming-at-the-mouth furious.

    I’ve sadly come to expect the family members of such human excreta as this to jump to the turd’s defense, whether it be Trayvon’s mommy or the mothers of the kids who kicked and stomped a Fort Carson soldier to death, or…but this truly does push the envelope of what I expected. I guess it is true that blood runs thicker than water. So, apparently, does raw sewage, particularly if it’s full of larval parasites.

    The judge doesn’t even have that thin excuse for his utterly shitheaded, ratfucking behavior. I’m at a loss for suitable invective. He needs to be removed from office, posthaste, then put on trial himself for something, damn if I know what. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a law at either the state or federal level against being a gigantic negative to the human race. Unfortunately we don’t have the Persian “Two Boats” penalty in our stable of allowable punishments.

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  11. I know as a Father and a grand father I could never conceive doing this to my children. I have told the wife if any harm came to them by a sexual predator I am going to jail for murder and mutilation, period. As a follower of Christ and I try to live a peaceful life, but, I do not turn the other cheek and will reserve judgement where the courts cannot.

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  12. Meanwhile a California judge sentenced a similar scumbag to 1503 years. How screwed up are things when a California judge is saner than a Montana judge?

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    1. Anything less than 1503 years and one day is totally unacceptable. 😛

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      1. I still think that the appropriate punishment for this heinous crime is death.


        1. All joking aside, the only thing that keeps me from agreeing with you is that I believe there’s be an unintended consequence: a lot more times when the rape victim is killed afterwards, because she (or he!) is a witness to a capital crime.


  13. A few years ago I sat on a jury for a murder trial. Long story short: it took us 5 minutes of deliberation to find him guilty and have him locked away forever with no chance of parole.

    Your friend Patrick’s hypothetical is not so hypothetical, as this is the kind of life story that could be applied to the defendant we dealt with. It wasn’t until after the trial that I was allowed to read anything about this guy’s life and rap sheet. By the time he got to us at age 23 he literally had dozens of misdemeanors and several felonies and was still walking our streets. After the trial, in which we had him locked up, he was awaiting trials for another murder and a brutal rape.

    I was so disgusted and so angry with society in general for allowing policies that let this piece of garbage mingle among decent people he would turn into victims that I only wished we were allowed to apply the death penalty. Instead we will pay for his room and board, medical care and useless rehabilitation programs for the rest of his miserable life.


    1. I’m a lot closer to a similar case. Apparently the police really, really wanted the individual in question *badly.* far more than his prior convictions would imply, which makes me think they knew a lot about him they couldn’t prove.

      He was sentenced to over 20 years, but it’s theoretically possible he could be out after half of that. I wonder how he’s getting along in Pound You In The Ass Prison.


      1. One can only hope he runs into this guy:


  14. Even here in Montana we have an infestation of liberals in the courts and academia, who believe that there is no wrong or right, and that jail is a bad idea for people and a waste of taxpayer money. I hope there is a warm corner of hell waiting for all of them.

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    1. So where do they think criminals should be if not in jail?


      1. Voting for the same libs who let them out of jail.

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