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    Stanford Sexual Assault Discussion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dot View Post
    Is there anyone here who defends Aaron Persky's decision? (just out of curiosity. I want to find more people to be angry at.)
    Sure.

    Give him a long sentence he rots in prison for a bit and leaves to obscurity to live out his life as a sex offender.

    Give him a short sentence, everyone knows his name, everyone knows his face, everyone knows how shitty his family is and news articles about him plaster every corner of the internet and everyone knows he's a rapist til the end of time.


    But i guess the angry mobs aren't satisfied until he gets his share of prison rape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neville View Post
    Sure.

    Give him a long sentence he rots in prison for a bit and leaves to obscurity to live out his life as a sex offender.

    Give him a short sentence, everyone knows his name, everyone knows his face, everyone knows how shitty his family is and news articles about him plaster every corner of the internet and everyone knows he's a rapist til the end of time.


    But i guess the angry mobs aren't satisfied until he gets his share of prison rape.
    Omg I almost agree with you, that's infuriating

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neville View Post
    Sure.

    Give him a long sentence he rots in prison for a bit and leaves to obscurity to live out his life as a sex offender.

    Give him a short sentence, everyone knows his name, everyone knows his face, everyone knows how shitty his family is and news articles about him plaster every corner of the internet and everyone knows he's a rapist til the end of time.


    But i guess the angry mobs aren't satisfied until he gets his share of prison rape.
    Weird, would've expected you to be more of a pro-rapist kinda guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neville View Post
    Sure.

    Give him a long sentence he rots in prison for a bit and leaves to obscurity to live out his life as a sex offender.

    Give him a short sentence, everyone knows his name, everyone knows his face, everyone knows how shitty his family is and news articles about him plaster every corner of the internet and everyone knows he's a rapist til the end of time.


    But i guess the angry mobs aren't satisfied until he gets his share of prison rape.
    Regardless of what you think works best, public shaming/living in fear isn't a legally recognized sentence. The legally recognized sentence is 6 months in this case. Even if he became a target for vigilante justice while walking around as a free man (which I'd personally be fine with), that doesn't mean the justice system isn't failing here, in fact it means exactly that.

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    Weird, would've expected you to be more of a pro-rapist kinda guy.
    I find this comment really uncalled for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madrigal View Post
    I find this comment really uncalled for.
    I have lots of things to say to that, but I'll go ahead and let Neville fight his own battles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madrigal View Post
    Regardless of what you think works best, public shaming/living in fear isn't a legally recognized sentence.
    It sort of is, he's going to have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lud View Post
    I have lots of things to say to that, but I'll go ahead and let Neville fight his own battles.
    Are you guys gonna have a troll-off?

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    It sort of is, he's going to have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
    Yeah, but I think that's essentially to protect society.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madrigal View Post
    Are you guys gonna have a troll-off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madrigal View Post
    Regardless of what you think works best, public shaming/living in fear isn't a legally recognized sentence. The legally recognized sentence is 6 months in this case. Even if he became a target for vigilante justice while walking around as a free man (which I'd personally be fine with), that doesn't mean the justice system isn't failing here, in fact it means exactly that.
    Maybe we should just skip all the formalities and go with a thunderdome approach.

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