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Comments for: Police might have been wrong when they said Lincoln County man was a sex offender

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  • Anonymous

    Most sex offenders are never convicted of anything. Just because he’s not been found guilty doesn’t mean he never molested kids.

    • Anonymous

      jesshhh lets hope you never get accused of something and people think you are a molester regardless of a conviction

      • Anonymous

        I think he’s a molester because I know more about him than what’s written here.

        • Anonymous

          Then go to the Police, write out a statement, testify in court and wave/smile goodbye when he gets carted off!

          • Anonymous

            Ahhh. I see you’ve never tried to use the criminal justice system to right a wrong. It only works like that on tv. Most of these people are never prosecuted.

          • Anonymous

            You are absolutely right, Sed.  Through one means or another, most manage to never get prosecuted.  When a few do, the token sentences Maine is famous for hardly make it worth a victims’s emotional energy in coming forward.  Be at peace and if you’ve been a victim, know that although the courts may not value you, many others do.  Thank you for your comments.

          • Ahh then grow some balls or shut it. If this man was not convicted of any other sexual crime before this one he deserves an apology and to have news articles say they made a mistake he is not an repeated offender he is a first time offender. Now please dont get me wrong what he did with this girl is wrong in everyway I am just talking about his previous non-conviction.

  • The headline here is slightly malicious isn’t it? Stating this was false as opposed to a mistake gives the impression the police made up his sex offender status a pretty serious allegation toward the Davies County Sheriff’s Office. 

  • Anonymous

    see,  he’s a model citizen…

  • Lible and Slander.  Title 42, Section 1983, United States Code. Google it.  Memorize it. Use it every chance you get. 
    http://www.hydroclubusa.com/360.html

    •  Hey!  Sorry bout posting the wrong link there.  It was suppose to have been a link to the USC site.  This one:  http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/42/1983 
      But since I made the mistake,,,  the previous site posted above is a distributor of hydrogen conversion systems for cars, trucks and suvs.

  • Anonymous

    He is an adult who kidnapped a 13 year old girl. He is hardly an innocent.

  • Anonymous

    Either way, he’s a sex offender now! a 13 yr-old girl, that’s disgusting, unless you’re 13, how is that even arousing? My thoughts are with that girl and her family, I hope she can move forward from this

    • Vinny Thayer

      I have to agree with you on this one. May this poor angel and her family heal. Our thought and prayers are with them @ this time. My thoughts are also w/ the perv. (Thoughts as to what size rope to bring to the hanging, Why waste tax dollars on this piece of garbage!! Rope is cheaper and in Maine we got lots of tree’s.

  • Anonymous

    What was his reason for traveling with a girl 30 years younger than him?

  • Anonymous

    And he looks like such a nice man

    (No)

  • Anonymous

    Jailer: Throw away the key…

  • Anonymous

    Whats the problem, Men are victims of false reports all the time. But who cares besides the one who gets convicted. Answer-nobody.

  • Anonymous

    WTF!? I hope you’re trying to be sarcastic, because if not you need some help and need to be kept away from children under 18!

  •  “”But officials have no way of checking that history now because they can
    only look at a person’s criminal past on the database if a new charge is
    filed against the person.””  This statement is a bunch of bunk.  The NCD is a “database.”  It is accessible at any given time.  Even “YOU” can join the CJIS network.       http://www.cjisgroup.com/

  • Anonymous

    Hmm, quite often the original charges are watered down for plea deals. Wonder if that’s the case here?  Pled down to 2 counts of second degree assualt so the victim would be spared the ordeal of appearing in court? Happens often enough.

  • Anonymous

    I would say that a plea bargin dropped the sexual assault to second degree assault.  That’s why you should not plea bargin.

  • Anonymous

      If officer Jeff was using his imagination, he needs his a** sued off.

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