Saturday, October 22, 2005

Kansas court gives equal treatment to illegal gay sex

From a Capital Journal article:
"Attorney General Phill Kline doesn't plan to appeal a unanimous ruling Friday by the Kansas Supreme Court that the state can't punish illegal underage sex more harshly if it involves homosexual acts.

The American Civil Liberties Union hopes to get the case to a lower court next week to obtain the release of Matthew R. Limon, who is serving a prison sentence of 17 years and two months for performing a sex act on a 14-year-old boy in 2000."

I think it is correct to punish predatory sex, hetero or homo, and don't think one should be punished harsher than the other. The ACLU, of course, rushed to defend this punk who has a previous record of preying on younger kids. I couldn't get out of bed every day if it was my job to defend the civil liberties of vile perverts and predators while doing everything possible to destroy the church and decent society.

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