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31 states allow rapist to sue for custody/visitation

Discussion in 'Politics' started by tumorhead, Oct 27, 2012.

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    tumorhead

    tumorhead Active Member

    The lord works in mysterious ways....first he wills you to be raped, doesn't let your body automatically purge itself of the child, then the state lets the rapist sue for custody and/or visitation rights.

    How would that make you feel being required to share the kid with someone who raped you, your daughter, or other family member??


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    spandy

    spandy Well-Known Member

    I dont see why everyone turns to the legal system in this country when they need help.

    These things need to be dealt with outside of our legal system. Monsters have no rights, including the right to live.
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    Dr Kynes

    Dr Kynes Well-Known Member

    Newsflash! All 50 states dont have laws preventing a grizzly bear from doing your laundry!

    lamenting that 31 states have no specific laws to prevent a rapist from suing for custody is retarded.

    the rapist would have to confess to RRRRAPE before he could sue for custody, and felons in prison have very slim chances in family court.

    your cited anecdote does not specify if the RRRRRRAPE service porovider was an Actual RRRRRRRAPER or if the broad in question simply had a drunken one night stand, and later acquired a serious case of buyers remorse.

    the RRRRRRRAPER would also have to monitor his RRRRRRRRAPE clients to see if any of them delivered his RRRRRAPE-SEMEN bonus package before he could sue for the return of his now matured "investment" in RRRRRRRAPE!
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    NLXSK1

    NLXSK1 Well-Known Member

    They also have the right to lose the lawsuit.

    I have a feeling that most judges and juries would not grant custody most rape situations...
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    ChesusRice

    ChesusRice Well-Known Member

    Highlighting the legal obstacles they face in most states, Ainsworth shares a number of stories of raped women who were forced under law to cooperate with their rapists over their children.
    "Another survivor, a 14-year-old girl, decided to give up her baby for adoption. She was required by law to give notice of the adoption to the rapist, an adult man. While she was permitted by a court to give up her rights to the child, the rapist retained his and then sought child support payments from her," the lawyer writes. "Another survivor, who gave birth to twins after a date rape, raised them peacefully with her intimate partner until they were five years old, at which time the rapist learned of their existence and filed a lawsuit to establish his paternity and gain visitation rights, and attempted to use the mother's sexual orientation against her in the legal proceedings."

    Read more at http://global.christianpost.com/new...for-victims-babies-80656/#mros3hagtyGopivs.99
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    NLXSK1

    NLXSK1 Well-Known Member

    Neither of those examples give the results of the lawsuits. Again they have the chance to sue, not the likelyhood of winning.
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    *likelihood

    i thought your fellow republicans were saying rape babies are a gift from god.

    i mean, let's be clear: the rape itself is not a gift from god.

    god shows up towards the end of the rape to make sure that the rapist's seed goes exactly where it needs to go to make a rape baby, aka blessing from god.

    that is the republican motto, no?
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    Red1966

    Red1966 Well-Known Member

    I'll agree that Todd Akin's an idiot. but to imply he is somehow to blame for an obvious deficiency in the law doesn't make any sense. He's not smart enough to know about the problem. Odd, he's still doing well in the polls.
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    NLXSK1

    NLXSK1 Well-Known Member

    I am not a Republican. We have been through this before.
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    oh, yes. i forgot.

    you only vote for republicans.

    but you're not like them at all. you just parrot their talking points ad nauseum.

    got it.
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    ChesusRice

    ChesusRice Well-Known Member

    Dixiecrat?
    Bircher?
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    Dr Kynes

    Dr Kynes Well-Known Member

    these are again, unverified claims made on a website with an agenda. they are the very definition of anecdote, and special pleading, particularly the appeals to emotion. i dont believe any of these claims in general, or in specific.

    also, you must be hard up for sources if you must fall back on "The Christian Post" to provide grist for your manufactured outrage mill.

    the entire "article" stinks of fraud, lies and politically motivated deception.
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    tumorhead

    tumorhead Active Member

    How about this: http://www.myfoxboston.com/story/19...hange-sentence-remove-rapists-parental-rights

    20 year old rapes an 8th grader and gets 16 years probation and sues for visitation.

    edit:: http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1828&dat=19860522&id=Jh0fAAAAIBAJ&sjid=zKYEAAAAIBAJ&pg=5735,3267205

    http://georgetownlawjournal.org/files/pdf/98-3/Prewitt.PDF
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    NLXSK1

    NLXSK1 Well-Known Member

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    ChesusRice

    ChesusRice Well-Known Member

    So in order for you to feel 'smart" you have to disagree with everything?
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    NLXSK1

    NLXSK1 Well-Known Member

    I am against the legislative branch impinging on the authority of the judicial branch of government.

    Whenever you make blanket laws there can be problems.

    I dont disagree with everything, but on a liberal pot website I disagree with alot...
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    Dr Kynes

    Dr Kynes Well-Known Member

    first, it's FOX news. i guess they dont lie when it suits the narrative of the left.
    second, this article throws around the word RAPE like it's going out of style, yet the court recods show STATUTORY RAPE which unlike FORCIBLE RAPE generally denotes a willing "victim". the mere fact that she and her parents are suing for child support is what caused the judge to send the issue to family court in his "strongly worded" decision to send the case to the proper venue.

    the "victim" apparently cut a deal to keep the "perpetRRRRaper" out of jail specifically to sue for child support. this doesnt seem odd to you? further the perp got probation on the "victim's" request so he could in fact pay the child support.

    sounds like somebody came up snakeyes in the babymomma lottery, not a jaycee dugard situation.

    i still doubt these claims like a motherfucker.

    too much babymomma drama, not enough prison terms for this shit to be real actual rapists rather than chicks who just want to turn the screws and put a dude's nutz in a vise.

    forcible rape of a 14 year old should be hard time in a triple max buttslammin prison, not probation and child support off a charge of statutory romance.
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    ginjawarrior

    ginjawarrior Well-Known Member

    its statutory rape because a 14 yearold cannot give consent to a 20 yearold however "willing" you think she was

    this whole its not "rape" "rape" spiel isnt very beffiting
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    Red1966

    Red1966 Well-Known Member

    It sounds like a Jerry Springer script.
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    cannabineer

    cannabineer Ursus marijanus

    We want to be very sure we're dealing with legitimate rape. cn

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