Man pleads guilty to rape charges at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom

Posted Monday, October 14, 2002 4:52 AM | Contributed by supermandl

A Louisville man pleaded guilty earlier this week to raping a 17-year-old co-worker in a park restroom at the end of their shifts in June 2001. He could serve up to ten years.

Read more from The Courier-Journal.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 5:27 AM

Just stick him in general population and let "Big Bubba" have his way with him.

This loser should do more than 10 years.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 5:41 AM
I so agree!
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Monday, October 14, 2002 6:25 AM

Wait a freakin second... you're telling me that this guy could get 10 years for ACTUALLY raping a 17 year old co-worker, but that guy (in the related story from the same link) that solicited sex over the INTERNET could get 15 YEARS??? How is solitication worse than the actual crime????

I say castrate them both.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 6:36 AM
Social issues on CB? Screw that, hang them both by their genitals.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 7:33 AM
The rape case is a recommended sentence under a plea agreement. The other case is the maximum possible sentence, the actual sentence is conviceted woul probably be much less.
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Monday, October 14, 2002 7:36 AM
Damn, That would be painful WOODY.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 8:09 AM

I still don't get how you can bust someone for soliciting sex from a 40-something FBI agent on the grounds that they wanted it to be someone younger. Seems like busting someone for a fantasy.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 10:27 AM
A kid from my hometown got busted for that...served 90 days in jail and now he has to register as a sex-offender w here ever he goes. It was something where the chief of police of a town posed as a 14 year old girl on-line and the kid went to meet this girl after attending a sporting event in that town.
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Monday, October 14, 2002 10:43 AM
Jeff, same way that my father in law can get a $250 ticket for not stopping at a street corner when an undercover cop with no intention of crossing the street steps off the corner pretending they are going to.

It's the intent of the person that they are beign arrested for. As far as the criminal knew, the other was a minor and they were actively pursuing them

Or would you rather that someone who was hiring a hitman to kill their spouse went free because the person they were hiring was actually a cop? Hey, why not, it was fantasy- at least until they catch a real victim there.

And I agree, this guy should be locked away for a long time.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 1:13 PM
This is sickening. Why would someone who solicited it get more time then someone who actually raped someone? That's like getting more time for thinking about stealing instead of actually doing it.

edit: I say throw them in jail and let them be raped. *** This post was edited by Colonel Sanders on 10/14/2002. ***

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Monday, October 14, 2002 3:19 PM

Rape is one charge with one set of penalties. Solicitation of a minor is another charge, with a different set of penalties.

Granted, both acts are particularly heinous, but under the law any illegal act involving minors usually carries a much harsher penalty.

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Monday, October 14, 2002 5:46 PM
Willow: I don't disagree that the guy is a scum bag, you're missing the point. It's about a precedent being sent. I for one am troubled by the post-9/11 notion that we should bust people for what they might do. Anyone might do anything, whether it be jaywalking or muder. At what point does it get out of control and abused?

You're talking to someone here who has dealt with the some very serious issues among family and friends, and the thought of someone preying on my volleyball kids upsets me and pisses me off. However I choose to understand and recognize that there's a line between maintaining our civil liberties and attempting to control crime.

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"There's nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, when it's all in your mind. You gotta let go." - Ghetto, Supreme Beings of Leisure *** This post was edited by Jeff on 10/14/2002. ***

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Tuesday, October 15, 2002 5:58 AM
"If a man is considered guilty for what goes on in his mind, then give me the electric chair for all my future crimes" Prince Batdance
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Tuesday, October 15, 2002 7:58 PM

Sentence him to a lifetime on T2 restrained only by a cord wrapped around his....

Well I get entirely to creative when thinking of ways to punish friggin scumbags like that.

Hopefully "Bubba" will take good care of this guy.

And I agree with Jeff, how can someone be put in jail for somehting they "might" do. Sounds a lot like that Tom Cruise movie that came out not too long ago.

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