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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

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    Your last sentence is how I would define "effective".
    That's why I only partly disagreed.
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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    I believe in law and order so I can't possibly support his action.
    Perhaps, like the Priest. the victim believes in a higher law.

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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    Quote Originally Posted by CriticalThought View Post
    It would be awfully sad if he beat up the wrong priest.
    I never been raped or messed with as a child but i dont think if you were rapped by someone you knew... chances are you wouldnt forget the face...

    I would like to congratulate our victim turned victor! Now count up how many times this priest abused you by twenty and go and beat him again until the numbers are equal.

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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    For this man to have waited 20-something years to beat the crap out of this priest simply tells me that the priest won. Vigilante justice served cold is abhorant.
    Exactly why didnt this kid beat the crap out of this priest right after he was raped! The kid must of liked it 20 years ago huh?

    Heres your sign....... theres a reason the priest raped a defenseless kid!


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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    Yes. In our justice system, justice is ALWAYS about the person that is on trial. Justice is about legality, NOT morality.
    can't agree with this as it would allow an immoral result to be an acceptable one
    the guy on the street understands this, at least intuitively
    which is why a jury of peers is so beneficial to the realization of justice
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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    What the priest did, assuming that he did it, was deplorable. The many who assaulted him, his anger was absolutely justified. Without question. His behavior was illegal. Without question. I don't think that either of the things that I just said are disputable in any way.

    Though I understand the man's reason for the assault, if on the jury, I would vote guilty. The reason does not justify the act.
    I wonder how many people commit suicide from this trauma... I think this dude should get a medal for all those that found the thought of death more comforting then the thought of life....(you have no right to take the life God gave you. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.)

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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    ....someone who is clearly no longer a threat is wrong.
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    Different value system, that's all. After all, 'what is normal'?!

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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    can't agree with this as it would allow an immoral result to be an acceptable one
    the guy on the street understands this, at least intuitively
    which is why a jury of peers is so beneficial to the realization of justice
    There might have been more sympathy for the priest had he turned himself in, sought counseling, confessed for his sins to his victims, and so forth.

    But, as things stand, he deserved a few shots. I hope his victim found some relief.

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    Re: Man jailed for beating up his childhood rapist

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    I understand why the guy did what he did, but taking the law into his own hands and victimizing his abuser - and thus perpetuating the cycle of abuse - is not the way to go. True justice does not involve revenge. If he had a genuine case against the priest he should have gone about it another way. Kudos to him though for confronting his abuser to his face... that takes guts. I just don't condone the violent action as it doesn't accomplish anything.
    I disagree.

    Child rape is a crime that keeps on giving. Some people never really get over this. I am close to a person who was abused for years when she was a child. Her life was profoundly affected. 30 years later, the stain is still there.

    The kid she was couldn't do anything about the abuse. The adult can, and I wouldn't begrudge anybody the small bit of the hair of the dog they would get from crushing the abuser's face in with an appropriate tool.
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