New Sex Offender Laws Could Keep Max Hardcore in Jail

Gary Gary
I heard about this on the news the other and ddin't think much about it, but today I was reading about this law and Max Hardcore. I don't really think he should be in Jail to begin with, so the fact that he could be held over seems really wrong. What do you think?
05/20/2010
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Sammi Sammi
I have really mixed feelings on his case. You almost wonder if they wrote this with him in mind,though.
05/20/2010
Andromeda Andromeda
Eh, I think it was written with good intentions. It'll keep rapists and child molesters and other people who deserve to be shot in the face (maybe not literally, but you get the sentiment) where they belong. As for his case in particular... I'm not even going to go there, because I'd probably start a long rant about what I think about people like him. Yeeeeeah I have strong opinions :x
05/21/2010
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by Andromeda
Eh, I think it was written with good intentions. It'll keep rapists and child molesters and other people who deserve to be shot in the face (maybe not literally, but you get the sentiment) where they belong. As for his case in particular... ... More
I am not going to lose any sleep over the delayed release of rapists and sex offenders, but why not change the sentencing laws? Otherwise, what's the point of sentencing in the first place?

As for Max, I can totally understand how a lot of people might not be into his particular brand of porn, but it was consensual and everyone got paid.
05/21/2010
Rayne Millaray Rayne Millaray
Bottom line? We have sentencing laws for a reason.

But besides that, one of the men being held by "civil commitment" was deemed unfit for trial. Which means he's been charged but never convicted because he's too mentally unstable to withstand trial. So they're holding him in a federal prison indefinitely even though he's never been convicted.

That's bullshit. Even more bullshit than holding people passed their release date.

I don't care what the crime. There are sentencing laws for a reason. And civil commitment is unconstitutional.
05/21/2010
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by Rayne Millaray
Bottom line? We have sentencing laws for a reason.

But besides that, one of the men being held by "civil commitment" was deemed unfit for trial. Which means he's been charged but never convicted because he's too mentally ... More
Well put.

Having a law, that says the law doesn't have to be followed is pretty mind blowing.
05/26/2010
Lurr Lurr
This country was founded on the concept of the rule of law. once we abandon that it's a slippery slope. none of use will lose sleep over child molesters staying in prison same for terrorists, but if we are willing to circumvent the law to do it then in a few years theres nothing to stop the government arbitrarily extending the sentences of say a political enemy, and next thing you know rule of law is gone and we're not a free country anymore.

I agree whole heartedly with the above posts. we need to work harder to make sure that if people are a danger to society they are detained in a just manner with all due process.
09/08/2010
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