Thank you to “Maffimuk” from the LancTalk.com forum for the photo (click here to read the comments and click the link to read Lancaster Newspaper‘s article, “Judge: Sex offender violated probation“). These comments in:
Let’s break this down:
Man is convicted of sex offenses and placed on probation.
Man is not listed on any sex offenders list.
Man is ordered not to have contact with children.
Man moves to relatives farm where there are seven kids.
Man is arrested with his zipper down while five year old runs away from him.
Man is taken to court and judge decides that the best thing to do is to extend his probation and that he spend that probation in his home which is a trailer fifty feet from the children’s home.
Parents of children say he poses no threat despite the fact he is re-offending with the five year old boy.
He goes back to the farm for a longer probation period making it almost a guarantee that this man will be there longer and the longer he is there he is bound to re-offend.
And in the meantime, two men are jailed in the Lancaster county prison on a 100,000 bail because they were caught stealing cardboard.
In Lancaster, cardboard is more precious than children in the eyes of the court.
This has little to do with children. This has to do with the two-tier justice system in Lancaster County. Maybe 3-tier.
One standard for Joe Average.
One standard for the Amish-Mennonite-religious (or faux or pseudo)
One standard for minorities.
If this guy was from Green Street? You get the picture, right?
Please check back later today.