Thursday, April 12, 2018

Media Outlets try to use abolishing the registry as evidence Shooter Conditt was crazy

I'm just glad this shooting occurred after my court case with the Book Crime Family, since Bimbo Book already tried comparing me to the Parkland FL school shooter. The point of these articles, of which the one below is merely one of the more salacious examples, is that the media presented a short writing piece on why Conditt believed the registry should be abolished as evidence that the man was going to go on a shooting spress. What the fuck is wrong with America?

Austin bombing suspect Mark A. Conditt proposed ending sex offender registry, blog says
Sean Collins Walsh, Claire Osborn, Tony Plohetski, Jeremy Schwartz and Mary Huber, Austin American-Stateman
 1:15 p.m Wednesday, March 21, 2018

In 2012, when he was 17 years old, Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt laid out his political views in a series of blog posts he wrote for an Austin Community College course on the U.S. government.
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No motive for the bombings has been disclosed, either by the bomber or by authorities. Four bombings in Austin over 17 days left two people dead and four injured. Another bomb exploded in a FedEx distribution facility, and one unexploded bomb was found at another distribution center, officials said. Authorities identified the 23-year-old Conditt as the bombing suspect who died in a bomb explosion during a confrontation with police early Wednesday, the American-Statesman and KVUE have reported, citing local and federal law enforcement sources.

In the blog, Conditt described himself as a conservative. It’s not clear whether politics played any role in the bombings, but the blog posts provide insight into Conditt’s thinking as he was growing up.

He wrote that he was against gay marriage and abortion and in favor of the death penalty.

He also wrote that he supported doing away with the sex offender registration system.

“So you have a guy who committed a crime. Will putting him on a (sex offender) list make it better? wouldn’t this only make people shun him, keep him from getting a job, and making friends? Just for a crime that he may have committed over 15 years ago as a adolescent? On a side note, one fifth of all rapes are committed by a juvenile,” Conditt wrote.

On abortion, he wrote: “First, if a women does not want a baby, or is incapable of taking care of one, she should not participate in activities that were made for that reason. Second, if we are going to give women free abortions, why not give men free condoms, or the like? Is it not up to the couple to take these preventive measures?”

Arguing against gay marriage, he wrote that homosexuality is “not natural.”

“Just look at the male and female bodies. They are obviously designed to couple. The natural design is apparent. It is not natural to couple male with male and female with female. It would be like trying to fit two screws together and to nuts together and then say, “See, it’s natural for them to go together,” he wrote.

Conditt attended ACC from 2010 to 2012, but never graduated, a school spokesperson told the Texas Tribune.


Here is the actual piece that Conditt wrote. It looks like a school project, because that's what it was.

Friday, March 30, 2012

Why we might want to consider doing away with Sex Offender Registration.

    In theory, these registries are list of every sex offender in the state, with the his house location and other pertinent facts to help people avoid exposing themselves to such people.  Megan's Law requires sex offenders to register and update law enforcement every time they change location.

    This is not the result.  You have to really hate the guy to make him suffer for the rest of his life, even when his prison time is up.  This sounds perfect for a serial rapist or pedophile, but its not such a great idea if something as trivial as public indecency or streaking can put you on the registry right alongside them.

    So you have a guy who committed a crime.  Will putting him on a list make it better?  wouldn't this only make people shun him, keep him from getting a job, and making friends?   Just for a crime that he may have committed over 15 years ago as a adolescent?  On a side note, one fifth of all rapes are committed by a juvenile.

    And how effective is it? Even if you know about a registered sex offender in the neighborhood, what's to stop him from doing it again?  And that's not taking into consideration that 95 percent of all cases are from someone the victim had already knew?  And if he was really going to do it again, would the fact that he is on a list really going to stop him?

1 comment:

  1. oncefallen:

    Bimbo Book acted like a politician before she even became one. Those people will lie without a second thought. They will distort and misrepresent. That's what they are about and it's their essence. Becoming a politician just makes liars like that become professional liars.

    I think it is beyond amazing that people like the Book Crime Family think they can idiotically and illegally harass and harass people, and make them homeless, and not expect anyone to fight back. I suppose they think everyone should think that they are kings and queens of the universe and that all people should just bow down to them and do whatever it is they like, without complaint. But the actual reality is that people like them are war criminals. They are committing illegal acts of war on people and deserve everything they get.

    I read about some of the things that you did fighting the Book crybabies and I don't see anything wrong with it at all. They are harassers. People simply cannot harass other people without someone occaisonally fighting back. The restraining order is just another criminal act committed by corrupt people in government. They know they can get away with their crimes.

    Honestly, I would be extremely happy if one of the people that they made homeless murdered all of them. The benefit to Florida and the U.S. would be much greater than their minor sacrifice. I really don't have any idea why those homeless people aren't retaliating in some way. I expect some probably are. I have to say if I were one of those people there would be big problems. It's not something I would accept. And there would be plenty of people who would need to be praying that I didn't get cancer or in some way know that my death was imminent.

    Regarding this Conditt guy, you said that the AJC article was "merely one of the more salacious examples" but I read that and didn't see it. I felt their reporting was quite objective. I only skimmmed a few other articles and I really didn't see much too crazy. I did see one article that said that he had "dangerous ideas" (or something to that effect) and gave as an example his thoughts regarding eliminating the Registries.

    I know for sure that some people think the Registries are an outrageous, illegal act of out of control big government and that the Registries make them want to blow up government buildings and hurt people. I know that. So I find it quite possible that Conditt believed the same thing. I would like to see news articles state that. I do hope that was his motive. Probably not, but I hope it was.

    America loves hate. That's what the Registries are for and what its supporters signed up for. So let them have their hate and chaos. They deserve it.