12.13.2012

Punishment Verdict In Wise County Case

Messenger's Joe Duty Not Shooting A Christmas Card Photo Of Defendant

60 years in prison. No parole for Continuous Sexual Abuse under Texas Law. Defendant is 44 years old.

(Live from courtroom)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

He got screwed...ahh maybe I shouldn't put it that way.

ANDY said...

HE IS GETTING BETTER THAN HE DESERVES.NO TOLERANCE FOR ANYONE WHO WOUND ABUSE A CHILD.

The Dude said...

Justice!

Anonymous said...

Who knows, he just might like what he gets when her drops the soap.

Anonymous said...

I TOTALLY agree with Andy and hope this establishes what juries will ALWAYS do for such disgusting crimes. I don't even have much respect for those who defend such sickos.

Good for that jury!!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm curious as to what you predicted yesterday. You never said.

Anonymous said...

He didnt. Trust me. I have it on good authority that the jury carefully considered the case. And the sentence.

Sincerely,
One of the Twelve

Anonymous said...

Joe! What's up with that hat? You need a hair cut!

Anonymous said...

If you see Jerry Sandusky, tell him I said hello.

Anonymous said...

I wonder, how do we know she told the truth..wonder if there was proof or did he admit it or because two other girls said he molested them too?
This is why I don't babysit kids..afraid of being accused of something..
60 yrs...hope he was guilty.

Anonymous said...

People who wear moon caps look like child molesters.

Anonymous said...

He should have been found Guilty just on Belew's haircut alone

Anonymous said...

All evidence brought forward by the prosecution painted the victim in a positive light. The counter argument of the defense. "Everybody lies." But nothing was brought forward by the defense to give reason to doubt the victims' testimony or their credibility of the witnesses.

Nothing was said about whether there where any disagreements between child and perp, between mother and perp, only "couldn't it be possible?"
The charge was not to find guilty beyond all possible doubt, but all reasonable doubt. And there was no reason, as I stated, to doubt the testimony given.

Anonymous said...

i bet he don't ever do that again..

Anonymous said...

You're all assuming he is guilty, how very odd.