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7 year old sexually assalted in school washroom!

post #1 of 24
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I can't believe it. No matter what we do, there's always another reminder that we can never protect our children. I don't even know what to say........The school is apparently locked until it's time for pick up, but the door at that time was unmanned. They are now going to post a teacher to guard the door at that time of day. I don't blame the school, these people always find a way, but I'm sorry for this little girl, whose childhood came to a startling halt yesterday.
post #2 of 24
Pedophiles are becoming bolder and bolder. No wonder with our screwed up justice system.
post #3 of 24
Didn't this happen in Canada? I hope they are less lenient than in the US.
post #4 of 24
Oh, how awful for that poor child.

She, and those who love and care for her, are in my thoughts and prayers.
post #5 of 24
The article didn't say if this guy was a janitor or if he walked in off the streets.

IMO, schools need to be locked down just a little bit more. Get a security guard at the entrance to verify if they're suppose to be here or not. The schools I've walked into I literally could walk right pass the office without having to check in.
post #6 of 24
This is terrible. Kids can no longer be safe anywhere it seems It's just like the 29 year old who tried to register at a school as a 12 year old last week. It makes me sick.
post #7 of 24
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Originally Posted by ReesesPBC View Post
Kids can no longer be safe anywhere it seems. It makes me sick.
In the city where I work, a 3-year-old girl was raped by a guy who broke into her home in the middle of the night this week. Her father interrupted him, there was a struggle, and the guy got away.
post #8 of 24
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In the city where I work, a 3-year-old girl was raped by a guy who broke into her home in the middle of the night this week. Her father interrupted him, there was a struggle, and the guy got away.
That just proves my comment. It's sickening. We live on a main road right on the edge of the street and when I have kids, even though it's a really public area, I'll probably be worried about them playing alone outside. Then when they go to school you have to worry about this or stabbings, shootings etc.. Just last week a kid stabbed another 8th grader to death in a school here in MA. It never ends.
post #9 of 24
In my personal opionion if they would hang these monsters instead of trying to get them treatment then this might be stopped. And don't hang them behind closed doors hang them where everyone can see and then tell everyone what that person did. I think he should be hanged from the tallest tree in the town.
post #10 of 24
I did chair massages for a teacher appreciation day a few weks ago. I walked right without being questioned, pulling a huge case on rollers that could have been anything. I found my way to the office in just a few minutes, but I had contact with dozens of students before I did. It was a middle school, but I was still pretty amazed at the access I had.
post #11 of 24
I think he should be castrated and thrown in a cell with "Bubba" for the rest of his life.
Then he'll know what it feels like.
post #12 of 24
I think that is aboslutely horrible. I wonder if it was a stranger or an employee? I hope she will be ok.

IN my high school, all school door were locked at 9am except front entrence and we have video cameras all over the school. It got like that because there was a lot of gang activity in the neighborhood and they started coming into our high school.
post #13 of 24
This being a Private School makes it even more scary. One would think the security would be even better than in Public Schools.

I don't understand why they don't release his name - he should bear the shame of what he has done rather than let him hide behind anonymity.
post #14 of 24
that's so horrible and sad for that poor little girl What is happening to this world? We didn't have to worry about those things (or people bringing weapons to school) when I was a child---and I'm only 28. How did the world change so fast?
post #15 of 24
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that's so horrible and sad for that poor little girl What is happening to this world? We didn't have to worry about those things (or people bringing weapons to school) when I was a child---and I'm only 28. How did the world change so fast?
I've come to the conclusion that it hasn't, but with cable/satellite TV, and the Internet, we just hear about such cases more often.
post #16 of 24
The other case I mentioned, I found out more information on. It turns out that a 29 year old didn't just try and register as a student posing as a 12 year old, he succeeded and was in the school for 6 weeks. He was also registered in 2 other schools.

This is really scary. How a 29 year old could get passed off as a 12 year old...

http://www.wsbtv.com/news/10822728/detail.html
post #17 of 24
I saw this on the news tonight. They said that this guy is a stranger off the street and he is suspected of 2 other crimes in the same area over a 24 hour period
post #18 of 24
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I saw this on the news tonight. They said that this guy is a stranger off the street and he is suspected of 2 other crimes in the same area over a 24 hour period
they said the door is usually manned but there was no one there at the time.

I know at the school my mum works at, the gates are open in the morning with teachers at the gates and they are locked shut until 3.20. If anyone gets in between these times, they buzz at the small gate where there is a camera and intercom system, come in through the school office and are escorted to wherever they are going... this even applies to me, despite the fact I went to school there as a child and my mum has worked there since I was 8 years old... this should be the case for all schools.
post #19 of 24
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I've come to the conclusion that it hasn't, but with cable/satellite TV, and the Internet, we just hear about such cases more often.
As sad as it sounds, that is 100% right.
post #20 of 24
I still say these monsters should be taken out into the streets and hung from the tallest tree in town and it should be broadcasted every single time and they should tell people what a monster that person was. I made this statement today and was told that I was wrong that violence isn't the answer. I am sorry but someone who would do this to a child deserves violence. I believe that the penalty for rape or sexual assault on a child of any kind if proven guilty should be death and it should not be questionable that should be court ordered that if they are found guilty they should be executed and for child molesters it should be in the most painful way they can think of maybe feeding them to alligators feet and other areas first so they live through the pain. Sorry I know I sound evil but I just feel very strongly about this.
post #21 of 24
I am deeply opposed to the death penalty, because I believe it makes monsters of all of us -- but I absolutely support sentencing to life without the remotest possibility of parole for pedophiles (and many others).

Historically, it appears that pedophiles simply cannot be reformed -- they will virtually always reoffend if they get the chance. So while I don't want to sink to the level of execution (public or otherwise), I do think we need to recognize that pedophiles are profoundly perverted and cannot simply be "deterred" from their crimes by a few years in prison. They have to be isolated from society forever.

Wouldn't it be nice if we could just ship these monsters off to Antarctica, drop off a few thousand crates of creamed corn, and forget they ever existed?
post #22 of 24
This is horrible! I cant believe we ar hearing so many cases of such young children being abused. A person who messes with a childs innocense (sp?) in this form should never be allowed to see the light of day. These sick people do not deserve to be part of society.

There have been so many stories here in Puerto Rico it is just sickening. In one case, a girls stepfather sexually abused her from the age of 8, until the age of 11 when he got her pregnant. Now at 14 the girl is 7 months pregnant with his second child. Why isnt anyone doing anything to stop this?!?

BTW, I also agree that we are most likely experiencing the same # of abuse cases, only that more cases are being reported. A few months ago I read on the paper of an 11 year old who gave birth to her older brother child. During that week there were more than 4 cases reported of a pre-teen pregnant. People are scared to talk, but when one person tells, they all tell.

I hope this little may recover completely, and I hope she isnt too emotionally scarred to live a happy life.
post #23 of 24
That's possibly one of the worst crimes you can commit. That poor child.
post #24 of 24
Late to the thread, I know but...

At the school I teach at, we send students two at a time anywhere - to the restroom, office, etc. It used to drive me crazy (the kids would start chatting in the bathroom, there'd be too many in the restroom at once) until this came about. Now I understand.

But then again... while most of the exits are barracaded and theoretically the only way you can get in the school is through the front office... there's a back gate that's always open. *rolls eyes*
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