Some things require no explanation at all …
Let me start off by giving a little credit where it’s due for a change. Just for the giggles of it.
Here’s to Jane Sims and the Freeps for alerting us to the clear and present danger of “the man.” Apparently Sims and her paper felt compelled to give us a heads-up on this because “the man” is a real Class-A sack of maggot puke. You see, it’s kind of like this:
“The man” is a career pervert with a history going back 20 years or more, including “three sexual assaults, six convictions for invitation to sexual touching of a child under 14, two convictions of sexual interference and one for weapons possession,” according to the Freeps article. His latest conviction came when he pleaded guilty to a minor physical assault on his ex-girlfriend…
He was convicted of harassing her by threatening to harm any man she was with and telling her she had to go to him each week for sex.
He was also convicted of possession of child pornography for a photo on his computer showing a seven-year-old girl.
The common-law wife had to leave a job and move away because of the crimes. She fears for her safety.
Quite the charmer, huh? For that, “the man” got 30 months. Lop off 18 months for Pizza Parlour Justice™, and that leaves him with a year to go. Unless you count that little statutory release thing that the leftbots don’t like you bringing up. That’ll knock off a third of the whole thing, meaning he’s gonna be out walking the streets in two friggin’ months.
Aw, don’t go gettin’ all freaked out, now. After he gets spun out the revolving door, “the man” will be subject to a 10-year supervision order, where he’ll have to take his saltpeter, stay away from places with kids in them, and won’t be allowed to own guns or stick his pathetic excuse for a wiener in any more kids. Ever ever again. So there. And we know it’ll all work out fine; we know it from past experience and what his shrink had to say about him:
Psychiatrist Philip Klassen from the Centre of Addiction and Mental Health examined the man and determined he didn’t suffer from a major mental illness but did suffer from “a personality disorder, paraphilias, a probable attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder and borderline intellectual functioning.”
Klassen said the biggest concern was the man’s “bisexual pedophilia” and said he was a high risk to re-offend.
Assistant Crown attorney Peter Rollings told Jenkins the man was warned in 2006 he could face a dangerous offender application if he re-offended. The man had not taken prescribed sex drive reduction medication and failed to comply with court orders.
Ain’t justice peachy? And this sack of fertilizer is going to be back out on the streets in 2 months. The same streets as your kids and mine. There’s just one little question remaining:
WHO THE HELL IS THIS PRICK?!?!?
That’s right, his name doesn’t appear even ONCE.