Comments for: Fort Fairfield man requests trial on sexually explicit materials charge

Posted June 17, 2012, at 3:07 p.m.

FORT FAIRFIELD | A Fort Fairfield man who worked with a local afterschool program and was charged in September 2011 with possession of sexually explicit material has requested a trial on the charge. Jake B. Rogeski, 24, was indicted by the Aroostook County grand jury in March. Aroostook County …

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  • Anonymous

    With all the evidence against him he thinks by having a trial is going to save his sorry butt? It’s just a waste of taxpayers money. 15 video clips was found….When there is such overwhelming evidence pervs like this should not get a choice on anything…those children didnt have a choice when their photo/video was taken and being looked at by a pervert…..

    •  Your response is emotional, but understandable.  I want to agree with you, but there is something here that must be preserved for the sake of all of us: Due Process.  He gets his trial.  We don’t have to like it.

  • Anonymous

    This is beyond disgusting. Enjoy your trial, buddy. 

  • Lewis Tracy

    The head line is vague. It says simply “sexually explicit materials”.  I was worried about getting caught with a couple of old play boys that I’m sure are still kicking around here some where.  I should have known it was some deranged pervert with child porn.  Give him his trial then lock him up in general population for a long long time.  Or at least as long as he can last, which ever comes first.

  • Anonymous

    What a pervert. I hope that he can’t even own a cell phone. They have technology that can access the internet. Hope someone is monitoring that.

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