This is a sad day for the young men of America. This judge is obviously biased in some way. She... yes She wants to make an example of a young athlete who did nothing illegal under the circumstances. But in that environment, was injustly made to accept a sentance not comensurate with the facts of the case. men everywhere shold stand up and shout about this injustice. it could be your son next.
As a black male, I can tell you why he made a plea deal. He is large dark skin male in Wyoming; do you think he thought he would get a fair trail? If the “victims” were white females, that would be a double whammy for an African American male (living in a predominantly white area where 2 white females accuse you of unwanted sexual acts). I don’t do know all the facts but if these are part of the factors, I could see why he wouldn’t want to go to trial.So this whole thing is just their words against his? There's not evidence of what happened? Why did he ever confess and plead no contest? How would they prove it in court?
Apparently it wasn't one woman, but two and he molested both.It read like something I would of tried in highschool and when the girl denied me I took the hint and would go to sleep...hell, it reads like when my wife denies me in bed because she not in the mood....wow...times really have changed...you go to jail for shooting your shot with a woman who's in the bed with you...I thought it was more some type of forceful aggressive behavior...again...IT READS like he was checking the temperature of the woman and they shut him down.
I would not say he did not do anything wrong. But from the information we have can you condemn him? We're almost to the age where you are wrong just because someone says you are wrong. There is black and white but there are also shades of gray. I'm not a religious person but it makes me think of Those without sin cast the 1st stone.It's a sad day indeed... that some men think that he did nothing wrong.
I showed the police report to my wife and didn’t tell her anything about his sentence. I simply asked her what a fair punishment would be. When I told her, she agreed that it was a travesty. She also said a misdemeanor and fine is the most he should’ve gotten, and that the sentence is very suspicious. She suspected money. It wouldn’t surprise me if they threatened to claim an assault if he didn’t pay them. I worry about this precedent because I have 2 young boys.It's a sad day indeed... that some men think that he did nothing wrong.
Do you and your wife know what the standard sentencing is in Wyoming for what he plead guilty to? Have both of you read the court transcripts?I showed the police report to my wife and didn’t tell her anything about his sentence. I simply asked her what a fair punishment would be. When I told her, she agreed that it was a travesty. She also said a misdemeanors and fine is the most he should’ve gotten, and that the sentence is very suspicious. ... I worry about this precedent because I have 2 young boys.
It’s all “he said/she said” bull snip. The women knew exactly what was going to happen. I mean, they are in college after all. I am all for female rights, but all of this stuff is going to eventually backfire on them. The real victims of domestic abuse are going to suffer the consequences because of things like this.Do you and your wife know what the standard sentencing is in Wyoming for what he plead guilty to? Have both of you read the court transcripts?
Teach your 2 young boys not to molest someone when the are asleep and not to keep grabbing at someone after they've been pushed away the first time. If you teach them that, then they should both be fine.
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