General Population

New Penn State Logo - The Nittany PedobearsNot too long ago the filthy pedophile, Jerry Sandusky was convicted on 45 of 48 of the pedophilia charges brought against him and the upcoming sentencing hearing will likely put the filth away for the rest of its life, as it is facing a maximum sentence of 442 years in prison and the minimum it could get is 60 years.

It doesn’t have to be that long though…

If justice, as opposed to merely the law, were to be served then this pedophile would be placed in the general population of whatever prison it’s sent to to serve its sentence.

I’m its fellow inmates could and would arrange for it’s “early release” and remove this piece of subhuman filth from the rolls of vermin that the taxpayers have to support.

Frankly, whatever felon finally shanks Sandusky should be granted a pardon for all past crimes, having truly paid his debt to society and having explicitly proved his rehabilitation by exterminating a pedophile.

Related Reading:

Twisted Mind: A Pedophilia Adopted the Young, Poor, and Innocent for Sexual Pleasures
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6 Responses to “General Population”

  1. Upaces Says:

    I had just bought a nightclub in Dallas and was walking in on my first day. There was a young man sitting at the bar with about 6 “watered down” drinks in front of him. I was just about to chew the bartender out for “over serving him, but I was curious. I went behind the bar and took the bartender aside and ask him. “Why are you giving that young man one drink after another when he hasn’t even finished the first one?”
    Pat answered me. “The young man’s 12 yr old sister had been raped. He hunted the man down and shot him. He only spent 2 yrs in prison.
    That young man drank free the entire time I owned the club.

  2. jonolan Says:

    If I had a bar or pub, and I shall in not too many years, he and anyone in like or similar circumstance would drink free forever as well.

    The only shame is that he spent time in prison, no matter how short. Killing pedophiles shouldn’t be a crime in the first place. Instead, there should be a bounty on them.

  3. Elaine Says:

    Jon…, it was “premeditated murder” OR more than likely they considered it a a Crime of Passion”..However, in Texas. you just DO NOT DO THAT. I didn’t ask him. I figured if he wanted me to know, he’d tell me himself.

    The man he killed is dead. But! I am with you… there should be open season on those people because they CANNOT be rehabilitated.

    I would imagine he was very protected in prison. Kiddie rapers do NOT do well in prison at all.

  4. Elaine Says:

    Jon…, it is a very tough business on your health. I was only in for 10 years. All of my friends that also owned clubs stayed in the business. At the age of 55, I had outlived ALL of my friends; and we were all about the same age when we started. It is really hard on your body. The loud music, smoke, booze and horrible hours. But! I have never regretted one moment of it. It WAS the best time of my life and I have great stories to tell.

  5. jonolan Says:

    I know the business – used to run a restaurant – which is why it’ll be a bit before I get the pub going. I’m not going to do it until I’m sure I don’t need to make a living off of it.

    As for the young man’s supposed crime – My problem is that it was considered one in the first place, not which one it was considered to be. In a right-thinking world they police would have investigated, determined the victim was a pedophile, and let his exterminated go free with a hearty round of thanks.

  6. Elaine Says:

    I know “nothing” about the food business with the exception of just having “enough” (mostly burgers, sandwiches, etc) on the menu to keep the drinkers sober enough to buy more liquor. I know the profit margin is smaller than the liquor business. Remember, I am talking about years ago. Beer on draft cost me 22 Cents and sold it at $1.25. Bar liquor was about 30 cents to 45 cents (depending on the liquor) and I sold it for $1.75 to $2.50.

    It IS a great business but is is hard on the body due to the hours, smoke, loud music, etc.

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