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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    The chances a teenage boy will do exactly what this one did is pretty good. They had to know the statue was inviting this kind of behavior when they put it up. I mean, just look at it.
    Well, I suppose some just like to think better of people...

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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Paleocon View Post
    Would you say the same if he had been naked (and thus committing indecent exposure)?


    No, if he committed some actual crime then he should be charged accordingly.

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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Winchester View Post
    So twerkers?
    Depends.

    If someone is standing on the sidewalk doing that all alone then probably not. If, however, they're grinding on a companion in public then sure.

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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Paleocon View Post
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    I find it disgusting that this is a misdemeanor. It ought to be punished by imprisonment.
    We do not live in the middle where desecration is a crime.Nor do we like in Canada or Britain or some other eurotrash country where hate speech is a crime. The boy did not damage the statue,so he should not even be charged with anything unless he trespassed onto the property to take that photo.
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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    For punishment, they will send him off to one of their sanctioned "facilities".

    ....It is openly acknowledged in the US media that homosexual rape is a wide spread characteristic of the US penal system, bordering upon a rite of passage one assumes for the vulnerable criminal. Given the passion that the USA exhibits for incarcerating in people long term in these often barely managed penitentiaries, it is little wonder that a certain body of them have a profound fear of homosexuality in general....
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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    Well, I suppose some just like to think better of people...
    Then you think too much of people. People have dirty minds and acting out this stuff is just going to happen.

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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    LOL

    If 'God Hates Fags' protestors are protected by the first amendment then this dude can pose with a statue of Christ all he wants.
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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Paleocon View Post
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    I find it disgusting that this is a misdemeanor. It ought to be punished by imprisonment.
    Um... who cares? Why is this a crime?

    He didn't do any harm to the statue. What difference does it make, and why are we wasting the court's time with this?

    Whether you like it or not, Paleocon, blasphemy is perfectly legal in this country because Christians don't get to tell everyone else how to speak. Look up "blasphemy challenge." You know how many people got arrested for that? None. Public blasphemy is something you'll just have to live with, if you like living in a free country.

    But I don't suspect you actually want to live in a free country at all. You want to live in a theocracy. There are plenty of those... in the third world. You could always relocate.

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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    and I don't believe that there should be criminal charges, but maybe this ordeal will make the ape think before throwing his feces...
    now if he had thrown feces on the statue that would be a crime

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    Re: Boy Charged For Desecration Of Jesus Statue

    Quote Originally Posted by Paleocon View Post
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    I find it disgusting that this is a misdemeanor. It ought to be punished by imprisonment.
    Community service and a small fine at most. He posed for photos, he didn't vandalize it or do property damage. In fact, since there was no real damage, I don't really think it should have been much of a crime...maybe trespassing if it was on private property.

    The picture was hilarious.
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