Skip to comments."Former Boy Scout Leader Arrested — Homosexual Child Molestations Continue"
Posted on 02/21/2003 11:07:52 PM PST by webber
Date: Thursday, February 20, 2003
Topic: Child Molestation
Summary: Several recent child molestation cases point to the need to protect our kids from homosexuals.
On February 13, 2003, a former Wisconsin Boy Scout leader was convicted of 20 counts of child sexual abuse and sentenced to 65 years in jail.
The judge said he wanted Gary Radloff to die behind bars for his crimes against children. Judge Patrick Haughney told Radloff: "Absent a serial killer, this case doesn't get any more serious because what we have here is a serial child molester. Mr. Radloff is evil. Mr Raloff is vile. He is a child molester who ran a house of evil. I intend this to be a life sentence."
Radloff had been convicted of child molestation in Illinois in the 1980s as a Boy Scout leader, but served only two years. He moved to Wisconsin and was charged last year with molesting three boys in his Scout troop.
In Visalia, California, a police officer and two other men (one who is HIV positive) have been arrested for molesting a 16-year-old boy they met in an American Online chat room called "Fresno Male for Males." The boy became concerned about being infected with AIDS after learning that one of his molesters, Aaron Rodriguez was HIV positive. After telling his mother, she contacted the police. The investigation of Rodriguez led detectives to the arrest of police officer Bryan Pinto and Justin Helt.
These homosexual molesters face up to five years in prison if convicted.
In Long Grove, Illinois, a prominent businessman was sentenced to six years in jail and ordered to pay $15 million to two boys he molested between 1995 and 1998.
Homosexual child molester Walter Metcalf was senior vice president at the Cole Taylor Bank in Wheeling, Il., and owned a pet supply store in Long Grove.
A male Milwaukee public school teacher has been arrested for dressing like a woman and trying to sexually molest a 15-year-old boy. James Simmons was charged with one count of child enticement and one count of second-degree sexual assault of a child.
Simmons told the boy that he was a transsexual and offered to pay him money to have oral sex with him.
After he made bail, he returned to teach in his elementary school classroom at Keefe Avenue Elementary School. School officials refused to tell reporters if Simmons would be removed from his teaching position.
Simmons has a police record of prostitution-related loitering and prowling in Milwaukee.
However, this article is basically a vehicle for anti-homosexual propaganda masquerading as concern for sexual abuse victims. Nice example of using tragedy for political gain.
Children need to be protected from anyone with a pedophilic bent is a more correct idea, IMO.
The source for this article is not really interested in children who may be abused by pedophiles with a "heterosexual" nature... because the ultimate point of this article is to demonize homosexuals.
Well.. that's true for some homosexual males. Obviously not all of them engage in this sort of behavior. However, it might also be true for heterosexual males if women were easier to sleep with. If women crowded around public restrooms looking for sexual partners, I predict you'd see the exact same behavior from some heterosexual men. Notice you never find lesbians doing things like that.
"It goes on everyday at a rest area about 10 miles from my house and I am sure it is replicated across the country all the time...of course the police won't do anything about it, because that would be a violation of their civil rights I guess... "
Well.. I don't really know from personal experience, but I'm sure it does as well. They should absolutely be.. uh.. I'm not sure what the penalty is for sex in public restrooms, but whatever it is the police should be enforcing the law when they encounter people having sex in public. Probably they do occasional raids. If the police in your area are not even attempting to enforce this very reasonable law (keep in mind maybe they just can't spend all day at public restrooms, and maybe do occasionally arrest people), then you should complain.
> Yes. Is that relevant? <Yes, it is relevant. It would certainly explain why you made such a comment.
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