Steve G.

Steve Kubby: “Does the punishment fit the crime?”

In Libertarian on June 12, 2008 at 2:26 pm

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – On March 7, 2008, the Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole denied a parole requestof a former teacher imprisoned for having sex with a Warren County student.

Pamela Rogers, who once taught at Centertown Elementary School, has six years left on her prison sentence. Tennessee authorities consider this woman to be a dangerous criminal who must be kept in cage.

This is the second time parole was denied for Rogers who admitted to a sexual relationship with a 13-year old.

In February, a parole officer denied her request for early release from the Tennessee Prison for Women in Nashville.
Rogers is serving a 10-year sentence for sexual battery by an authority figure.

Rogers’ next chance for parole is in 2014.

Don’t you feel safer knowing that criminals like Pamela Rogers are behind bars?

  1. A 13-year old boy fufilling his fantasy is a crime in the Land of the “Free.”

  2. What an attractive woman; I would have done her when I was 13.

  3. Annnnddd…. the double-standard continues. Attractive woman + underage boy = “Nice!” Attractive man + underage girl = “PERVERT! MONSTER! CASTRATE HIM!”

    I would have paid at thirteen to see you do her, Michelle. >;-)

  4. If I was 13…… *faints*

  5. Ditto, Gene, ditto.

    Miche, I think if she saw you the feeling would be mutual… LOL!

  6. I find, that his punishment is extremly hard. Of cource, I can not compare our legal system in Germany with USA, but I have problems to unterstand this sentence.

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