October 23, 2017
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Comments for: Contempt of court charge filed against ex-prosecutor James Cameron

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  • Anonymous

    Sad how people screw themselves.

    • Anonymous

      Yes it is, but not in this case. How much sympathy do you think he felt for those children he watched being exploited for sex? A prosecuter found guilty of possessing child porn. This perv deserves no sympathy.

      • Anonymous

        Right. But look at how many people just bring on misery to themselves…and others. Why has the choice between right and wrong, good and evil been so elusive? This guy probably had a decent upbringing, good education, good wife and family. He was smart in many ways apparently. But how did he flip the switch to go bad, and dumb about it, too? This recent murder of the young couple by the landlord… why the decision to go so bad? Landlord had a decent life, etc., but now is going to be locked up for his eternity. Life is over, pffftt.

        • Anonymous

          . I also read many stories and hear reports in the media and can only ask why.I don’t understand a lot of what goes on in the world today I myself have made bad choices, but nothing so bad that I haven’t been able to learn from it. I guess sometimes some people make a decision without fully thinking it through, and unfortunately the consequences of some actions are so severe that learning from it is not enough and comes too late.

          • Anonymous

            I wish everyone the best. All I can do. There is no RESET button.

        • Anonymous

          Excellent post. Well thought out.
          Its not like he was on drugs or anything.
          That problem we could understand.

        • Anonymous

          An interesting question. I think that people don’t really see themselves as they truly are, they see an internalized representation that is modified to fit what they want to see. For the most “sane” of us the internal representation matches more of what others would describe. Those that are very good at masking their faults to themselves, or have more serious issues that need masking, are more capable of this type of awful behavior. They become good at the compensation.

          When you combine this ability to mask with a warped sexual interest and the technology to have similarly warped people validate the interest via internet groups, this is what can happen. When someone sees themselves as an eternal victim they are bound to store it up and explode as the shooter did.

          They both probably see themselves as a good guys falsely labeled as monsters. The other inmates will most likely correct this belief.

  • Bill Cat

    “Being held between Albuquerque and Maine.” Well, by the jeezum crow, that sure narrows it down some. Thanks for that earth shaking tidbit. ACK!!! Justice sure is a funny thing, some poor jimoke sets in jail for a month for pushing ducks into the water while drunk, but this guy already sentenced to sixteen years gets to waltz around with a bracket on…

    “We all want justice but ya gotta have the money to buy it,
    you would be a fool to close your eyes and deny it.
    (Oh Lucky Man, 1973)

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