Skip to comments.Ballwin woman who participated in rape of infant daughter gets life terms
Posted on 05/01/2012 12:40:35 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
CLAYTON A woman who admitted participating in the rape of her infant daughter was sentenced Monday to two consecutive life sentences in prison after her attorneys failed to convince a judge that she should get probation because of a psychological disorder.
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Of course she has a psychological disorder, why else would she commit such a crime.
I think if EVER capitol punishment was warranted this is one of the times it is.
I can’t even imagine this
and on a sorta unrelated note we should be proud of our justice system. She got very good represenatation and her attorneys really tried hard for her.
I am glad they lost though.
Should have been a death sentence. And what about the California college professor twice her age who was the reason for all this...
Should be two death sentences, but I doubt that he got one either, and in fact, he probably got a lighter sentence that she did (if he was tried in CA).
Maybe she's just plain evil.
This country is in a dizzying downward spiral, especially on the moral front.
Doesn’t really matter to me. Unless she was so whacked out that she didn’t know what she was doing then she needs prison time to think.
Lots of prison time. Could also deal with a short rope and a long fall.
If she did know what she was doing ... she needs to quit wasting oxygen.
Strap this creature to old sparky and tell her it’s a carnival ride.
I made the mistake of reading the story. She admitted she knew it was wrong but was afraid to say no.
She’s just a sick twisted freak.
Oh and the guy who raped the baby, a college professor from CA. shocker
Hanging's too good for them.
Stake them out over anthills.
sick people on this planet.
Where the hell was her free birth control? A candidate if I ever saw 1.
The perp was a ‘professor of Justice Studies”. I went to justicestudies.org to find out what the hell that was. The homepage was announcing the winner of the 2012 Noam Chomsky award. Read enough to know now.
Sadly you’re correct about him getting a lighter sentence; article states he was given 37 1/2 years. He’ll be in his 80’s by then, but chances of him serving the whole sentence are slim.
Why are these types of animals allowed to live?
■Program coordinator for Arizona State Universitys International Student Office.
■Tenured Associate Professor of Sociology at Penn State University, Harrisburg.
■Coordinator of the International Cultural Center and Acting Assistant Director of the International Student Office, Louisiana State University.
For Kyle to leave a tenured Associate Professorship at Penn State U. to step down to a non-tenured Assistant Professorship at Cal State East Bay suggests he was fired from Penn State. Tenured faculty get fired only for reasons that are extremely compelling and those reasons, sadly, have little or nothing to do with their teaching competence or research productivity. Universities get rid of a tenured faculty member only for reasons of grave moral misconduct, such as being falling down drunk or sexual misconduct that makes the university legally liable.
In Kyles case, whatever the misconduct that got him dismissed from his tenured associate professorship at Penn State evidently was hushed up, because he then was hired by Cal State East Bay. Even if his records were sealed at Penn State, Cal State should not have hired him. Ive sat on countless search committees in my academic career, and someone who left a tenured post for a non-tenured junior professorship would ring so many alarm bells, my head would still be ringing.
Now, to Kenneth Kyles Marxist political/ideological orientation.
Metapedia tells us that Kyle got his Ph.D. in Justice Studies (interdisciplinary program in law and the social sciences) and an M.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University, and that his specialty is the application of critical theories such as Critical Literary Theory, Feminism, Frankfurt School, Critical Theory, and Marxism to specific social problems and public policy.
Critical theory, Feminism, Frankfurt School and, of course, Marxism are all academic code-words pointing to a decided left-wing orientation. To be certain that Im not falsely characterizing him, I undertook some digging around on the net.
In 2005, when he was still an Associate Professor at Penn State, Kyle was the editor of Social Problems Forum, the official newsletter of the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP). In the Fall 2005 issue of Social Problems Forum, Kyle described himself as follows (p. 18):
My research and teaching interests revolve around the application of critical social theory to address social injustices.
Social justice is another of those code words that directly points to a Marxist leftwing orientation. If you need more confirmation, here is an excerpt from his A Note From the Editor:
This issue of Social Problems Forum: The SSSP Newsletter marks a number of important changes for the SSSP and for society generally . And at a more personal level, it marks the passing of New Orleans, my hometown, from a city rich in cultural heritage but racial and class-based inequality, and ambiguous sexual and gender relations, to something yet to be determined.
Kyles rape and sodomy of a baby, beginning when the infant was only 5 months old, is so horrific that it defies any sane persons comprehension.
I’ll be surprised if he makes it through two years...
I’ll be disappointed if he lasts that long.
“Why are these types of animals allowed to live?”
Because the United States Supreme Court has dictated that capital punishment is too harsh for the mere rape of children and infants. They felt it disproportionate to the actual offense.
Kyle got 30 years in a California federal court, he was also indicted in Missouri, so will face charges there.California conviction
The thing I found astounding was that Kyle was a tenured Associate Professor of Sociology at Penn State University, Harrisburg, before stepping down to a non-tenured Assistant Professorship at Cal State East Bay!
Another Penn State coverup? I do hope this POS pedophile's fellow inmates get to know him well, I have heard stories. . .
My research and teaching interests revolve around the application of critical social theory to address social injustices.--Kenneth Kyle
Leave us not forget what the other monster looks like.
Apparently he was a tenured associate professor at Penn State but only a lowly non-tenured assistant professor at Cal State in his mid-40s at the time of this crime as per Leftwing Professor Convicted of Raping 13-Month-Old Baby, Fellowship of the Minds article What does Penn State U know that downgraded his career so drastically?
Very interesting information!
I would suspect that you’re right. The Penn State U system had a problem with him...but since he was tenured, they couldn’t just get rid of him, so as a professional courtesy, they passed him on to an unsuspecting state college in another part of the country.