25 June 2008

Singing A Higher Note

In the previous post, I commented on the Supreme Court's decision to allow a Louisiana man avoid the death penalty who, at 43, brutally raped his 8 year old stepdaughter. That's no typo - 8 years old. So brutal was his violent act that the girl needed surgery to repair damaged organs. "Justice" Kennedy's judgment is as perverted as the stepfather's act.

"The death penalty is not a proportional punishment for the rape of a child," Kennedy wrote.

But there will be some justice for those found guilty of similar crimes in the future in Louisiana. From now on, child rapists in that state will be singing soprano.

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