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  • Anonymous

    Easy, he broke his probation.Lock him up! Also BDN the state of Maine doesn’t have parole it’s called probation,just thought you would like to know for future reference.

    • Anonymous

       Violated probation : YES.
      Lock him up : NO.
          Aint gonna happen.
          This is Maine , remember?

    •  Actually Maine still has inmates on parole. Since they got rid of it the numbers on parole have gone down.

  • ptkitty

    Let’s not be too hard of this man.   He was obviously born this way and he shouldn’t be judged for acting out his desires no matter how objectionable they may be for some. 

    Perhaps  pedophiles and other sexual perversion  should be legalized….We all know that people who are born with deviant tendencies should not be stopped in their pursuit of happiness.  That’s all this man has done.  How about a YES on 1 for  decriminalizing all sexual perversion ?  Can I get an “Amen?”

    • Anonymous

      I know you are being sarcastic, but do not equate homosexuality with pedophilia, please. I have no business judging what consenting adults do in the privacy of their bedrooms, but children cannot consent. Child molesters are a danger to children. Gay people are not, because contrary to what the Catholic church would have you believe, most child molesters are actually straight but have a sexual preference for children.

      P.S. Clearly you are upset that Question 1 passed. Sour grapes does not become you. “Don’t crow if you win, don’t cry if you lose” is what I was taught about good sportsmanship as a child. It is still good advice.

  • Anonymous

    Lock him up and give him time to think about the consequences of ignoring his conditions of probation.

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