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Former Balitmore bar owner convicted for child sex abuse: Should he have been convicted of rape?

  • Former Baltimore Bar Owner Should Be Convicted of Rape

    The former Baltimore bar owner who was convicted of child sex abuse should also be convicted of rape. He should be convicted of as many crimes as possible in order to ensure that he does not have the opportunity to harm another person. Rape is rape no matter what the age of the victim.

  • Yes, he should be convicted of rape.

    Based on the facts of the case the form Baltimore bar owner should be convicted of rape. In my opinion child sex abuse is an extreme crime that deserves the absolute harshest punishment by law allowed. Without the justice of the rape charges the bar owner any others in his position would continue to desotry society one child at a time.

  • Yes, rape is always rape, regardless of the mannerisms of the rapist.

    Yes, it is my belief that the man in Baltimore committed rape. If penetration occurred, the assault was rape. The mannerisms of the abuser are irrelevant. The crime is still rape even if the rapist was gentle or kind. It is my understanding that a gentle rape can be even more challenging for the victim to overcome, and should not diminish the intensity of the crime.

  • No, it's been too long

    The trouble with trying to convict someone of anything after so long is that any evidence is gone, and you only have the word of the accusers. This time the jury decided there was enough to convict for abuse because something had evidently happened, but there was no way to actually prove rape.


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