Wednesday, October 28, 2009

High School Animals

"Police investigating the rape of a 15-year-old girl have arrested five people, a police spokesman said Wednesday.

"Three juveniles and two adults are in custody in connection with the rape Saturday, said the Richmond police spokesman, Lt. Mark Gagan.

"Authorities have described the incident as a 2½-hour assault on the Richmond High School campus.

"Gagan said police arrested three of the suspects Tuesday night. They included Salvador Rodriguez, 21, as well as a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old whose identities were not released because they are juveniles, he said."

This is all I want to say about this horrid crime: the rapists are animals. The people that stood there watching the attack, taking photos and videos, laughing and cheering, are all animals. I hope you are all identified, and if the police can't or don't do anything to you, I hope this girl's family makes you pay. If ever a situation cried out for vigilante justice, this one does. I'm not a mother, but I can't imagine the rage the victim's parents must be feeling.

"A 1999 California law makes it illegal not to report a witnessed crime against a child, but the law applies only to cases in which the child is 14 or younger."

Then what could those heartless, cold bastards be charged with? Accessory to rape? "The common law rule on accessory after the fact requires that a defendant have knowledge that a felony was committed and aided or assisted the felon in some way to avoid being caught by the authorities."

Find the witnesses, confiscate their cell phones and check for the pictures that were supposedly taken. Of course, those weaklings will just insist they didn't take those photos, their phones had been stolen or lost.

What about the rapists themselves? This had to be a planned attack. "The agreement to commit rape gives rise to the issue of whether any of the students are guilty of conspiracy to commit rape. The common law rule for conspiracy requires that two or more people actually agree and intend to agree to commit a crime and that one conspirator commits some overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy."

Given the fact the DC Sniper, John Allen Muhammad, is looking at an execution date, I think this crime should be considered as one for execution for the rapists. California does have the death penalty. Put it to use and get rid of that scum.

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