Pedophile Charged With Abusing 3 Girls Says He's A 9-Year-Old Trapped In Man's Body

Dec 2014
26,212
14,277
Memphis, Tn.
#51
He's nine years old and we must not try him as an adult......Take his drivers license, his right to vote, and he can't legally own anything because he's not of age........
Would a liberal like to give a rebuttal?
Fuck him, he's a creep trying to stay out of prison.
 
Nov 2005
7,854
2,420
California
#54
The whole concept this guy presents is nutso. He's obviously trying to throw out a hail mary defense to try to keep himself out of jail.

This shouldn't be confused with any "trend" on anything. Just like we can't look at Westboro Church or somebody claiming that God told them to kill somebody or cults as somehow something religious people need to defend ... :rolleyes:


Not this specific case but the general temperature of the postmodernist movement
Or rather, what Sabcat claims is the temperature...
Which typically leads into strawman argument territory...



This is nothing of significance.
There is nothing in this story except an individual person's behavior.
There is no endorsement or medical analysis of this man's behavior.


Apparently salon has since deleted its series on the virtuous pediophiles. I can find them archived from associates but it would take time. Here is an article on the article though.
Salon's Todd Nickerson on Pedophilia: 'I'm Not a Monster' - Breitbart
So many people / groups have misrepresented that article.
It's not an action item for pedophiles in general.

The equivalent would be like not lumping in an alcoholic who hasn't had a drink in 20 years with drunk drivers who kill people.
The alcoholic obviously has the urge to drink, but successfully fights it.


medium.com/pedophiles-about-pedophilia/you-say-potato-i-say-pedophile-5a9ad0ee0f99
The ‘Minor Attracted Persons’ Flag Appears to Be a Hoax to Connect LGBTQs with Pedophilia

Also, I think the article itself helps demonstrate it's not significant...
They often seem to overlook, however, that the main reason it doesn’t have such baggage is because very few people outside of pedophile circles have actually ever heard it.​
Obviously not something that has caught on anywhere real....
 
Dec 2013
32,786
19,095
Beware of watermelons
#59
The whole concept this guy presents is nutso. He's obviously trying to throw out a hail mary defense to try to keep himself out of jail.

This shouldn't be confused with any "trend" on anything. Just like we can't look at Westboro Church or somebody claiming that God told them to kill somebody or cults as somehow something religious people need to defend ... :rolleyes:



Or rather, what Sabcat claims is the temperature...
Which typically leads into strawman argument territory...


This is nothing of significance.
There is nothing in this story except an individual person's behavior.
There is no endorsement or medical analysis of this man's behavior.



So many people / groups have misrepresented that article.
It's not an action item for pedophiles in general.

The equivalent would be like not lumping in an alcoholic who hasn't had a drink in 20 years with drunk drivers who kill people.
The alcoholic obviously has the urge to drink, but successfully fights it.



The ‘Minor Attracted Persons’ Flag Appears to Be a Hoax to Connect LGBTQs with Pedophilia

Also, I think the article itself helps demonstrate it's not significant...
They often seem to overlook, however, that the main reason it doesn’t have such baggage is because very few people outside of pedophile circles have actually ever heard it.​
Obviously not something that has caught on anywhere real....

I like how you resurrected a thread to defend sodomites and pedophiles.
 
Dec 2013
32,786
19,095
Beware of watermelons
#60
dahmer was , tey should be thrown to wolves, why are they even allowed to live, this is crime worse than murder

I am not disagreeing with you but he was sent to prison for murder not screwing children and




Prison staff were concerned for Dahmer's safety around other inmates, and placed him in solitary confinement for his first year. Scarver said that Dahmer always had at least one guard as an escort whenever he was out of his cell.

The 45-year-old inmate said that he saw "heated interactions" with Dahmer and other inmates, but didn't think much of him. Scarver chose to watch Dahmer from afar, and never interacted with him for fear of becoming a target of Dahmer's sick pranks.

But Scarver bore a deep disgust of Dahmer, stemming from the highly publicized details of how he murdered and dismembered 17 young men and boys. In his pocket, Scarver says he kept a newspaper clipping of those details.

On Nov. 28, 1994, a then 25-year-old Scarver was unshackled to clean the bathrooms -- joined by a then 34-year-old Dahmer and a third inmate, Jesse Anderson. For unexplained reasons, the guards left the three inmates alone to work.

Scarver told the New York Post that he was filling a mop bucket when he felt a poke in his back.

"I turned around, and [Dahmer] and Jesse were kind of laughing under their breath," said Scarver. "I looked right into their eyes, and I couldn't tell which had done it."

After the three men split up to work, Scarver confronted Dahmer in the staff locker room, armed with a 20-inch metal bar he had taken from the weight room and the newspaper clipping.

"I asked him if he did those things 'cause I was fiercely disgusted. He was shocked. Yes, he was," Scarver said. "He started looking for the door pretty quick. I blocked him."

Scarver struck Dahmer in the head and face, bludgeoning him to death in just two swings.

"He ended up dead. I put his head down," Scarver said.

After leaving Dahmer to die, Scarver then killed 37-year-old Anderson, who had been serving life for killing his wife in 1992.



Jeffrey Dahmer's killer explains why he did it