Judge Kristine Cecava Sentenced 50 year old Richard Thompson to 10 years probation because she didn't think the diminuative alleged pervert couldn't survive in prison.
Child Molester to little to do time
His crimes deserved a long sentence, Cecava said, but she expressed concern that the 5-foot-1 Thompson would be especially imperiled by prison dangers.
Thompson will only be electronically monitored for the first four months of his decade long sentence.
It is amazing that these stupid bastards wondering why we want to ability to protect our own families, when they won't even lock up the sickening criminals that prey on our children.
Yea sure the cops arrest them after the fact, but it is sometimes only a matter of hours before the slimeballs are back on the street looking for another child to destroy.
Not to worry though, the cops kids are safe, they get to carry concealed off duty to protect their families and to hell witheveryone else and their children.
Oh don't worry they proclaim if you or your children are viciously robbed, raped, or beaten we will do our best to apprehend the assailant, and by the way on the rare occassion that we actually catch the perpetrator your suppose to live happily ever after.
Having said all of that
There is some legal basis for the Judges decision. There have been countless court cases where the authorities have been sued for failing to protect an individual member of society. The courts have consistantly ruled that police officers have no duty to protect individuals when no special relationship exists. The courts have even held that no special relationship exists with a person who has a protection order against another.
The courts have further defined "special relationship" to mean those in custody, such as Richard Thompson.
In essence as sickening as it sounds the Judge in this case is fullfilling the requirements of protecting a person the government has a "special relationship" with.
1. I guess even the liberals are incensed by this. State Senator Ernie Chambers is having public temper hissy about it.
2. The state Attorney General is appealing the sentence to have it made stiffer.
Now if only Bill O'Reilly reads this blog maybe he will bloviate on it too.