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Say it once, say it 1000 times, violent sex offenders can only be cured with a bullet to the back of the head. When will we start learning this as a society? How many kids are going to end up on milk cartons because this simple fact doesnt sink in with lawmakers.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/03/12/sex.offender.gps/index.html





Sanford's History
Darrin Eugene Sanford was convicted in 1998 of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and two counts of luring minors with sexual motivation. He was placed on probation, which he violated three times before he was arrested in connection with Alycia Nipp's murder:

• On November 15, 2006, Sanford was jailed for failing to register as a sex offender. He was released July 31, 2008, and ordered to wear a GPS anklet.

• He was then detained August 20 for being in contact with a minor and failing to register. He was released October 19, again with an ankle bracelet.

• On November 24, authorities arrested Sanford for a misdemeanor property violation. He was released with a GPS device January 3, just 49 days before Licy's murder.

-- Source: Washington Department of Corrections


VANCOUVER, Washington (CNN) -- When 13-year-old Alycia Nipp didn't come home from a trip to Wal-Mart, her family had no idea where she was, but a tracking device was transmitting the location of her alleged killer.

The quirky seventh-grader, who went by "Licy," could tell you the origin of every neon drinking straw in her collection and she "sewed buttons on everything," said her aunt, Amber Hager.

Her family thinks her free-spirited nature may be the reason she walked through a field popular with transients -- a field she'd been warned to stay away from and where her body was found February 22.

Licy's family had reason to be cautious. Hager was raped twice as a teen and Licy's grandmother was kidnapped as a child, Hager said, so the family was extra vigilant with Licy and Hager's young daughters.

"We all made Licy the promise that it would never happen to her. The cycle would end," said Hager, who is acting as family spokeswoman. "Now we're left wondering: What didn't we say? What didn't we do? How come she didn't listen?"

Darrin Sanford, 30, was one of several homeless people living near the field in an abandoned home slated for demolition, police said.

He was convicted in 1998 of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and luring minors with sexual motivation; he was sentenced to probation, said a Clark County sheriff's report. When he was released from jail in January, following a November probation violation, Sanford was fitted with a global positioning tracking unit on his ankle, according to the Washington Department of Corrections

Sanford was wearing the device seven weeks later when he tried to rape Licy before beating and stabbing her in a field a couple of blocks from the street where she lived, according to police.

Authorities said they used GPS to corroborate Sanford's confession. A Clark County judge this week postponed his arraignment until June so the defense and prosecution can prepare for death penalty arguments.

Sanford's defense attorney Michael Foister declined to comment on the allegations against his client.
 

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God [email protected]#n. When are Americans going to wake up and EXECUTE THESE BASTARDS. You CANNOT rehabilitate a sex offender.
That's not the question.

Of course one can not rehabilitate a sex offender. That's just common sense. What one OUGHT to be asking is "what are the consequences for the judge(s) that let this guy go with just a tracker on his ankle?"

I'm not sure what will happen to them, but if it was MY little girl that died like that 'cause of a liberal judges agendized sentencing.........
 

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They are more inclined to release multiple offenders sooner , that way the multiple offender will commit more crimes and get more bonds , the city gets more grant money for each bond. Playing dice with the lives and liberty of the living and those yet to be born, get your CCL's , keep your powder dry and God's speed patriots :) We shall prevail and institute Constitutional Government once again.
 

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You are so very correct! These bastards DO NOT STOP! I don't care how much therapy that
they are given....THEY DO NOT EVER STOP UNTIL SOMEONE KILLS THE PUKES!
Gosh, this makes me angry! I guess that all we can do is to write our State Senators
and Congressmen and demand that they enact laws to keep these people in the
jail house FOREVER! OR put them to DEATH! Thanks for posting this!
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Say it once, say it 1000 times, violent sex offenders can only be cured with a bullet to the back of the head. When will we start learning this as a society? How many kids are going to end up on milk cartons because this simple fact doesnt sink in with lawmakers.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/03/12/sex.offender.gps/index.html





Sanford's History
Darrin Eugene Sanford was convicted in 1998 of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and two counts of luring minors with sexual motivation. He was placed on probation, which he violated three times before he was arrested in connection with Alycia Nipp's murder:

• On November 15, 2006, Sanford was jailed for failing to register as a sex offender. He was released July 31, 2008, and ordered to wear a GPS anklet.

• He was then detained August 20 for being in contact with a minor and failing to register. He was released October 19, again with an ankle bracelet.

• On November 24, authorities arrested Sanford for a misdemeanor property violation. He was released with a GPS device January 3, just 49 days before Licy's murder.

-- Source: Washington Department of Corrections


VANCOUVER, Washington (CNN) -- When 13-year-old Alycia Nipp didn't come home from a trip to Wal-Mart, her family had no idea where she was, but a tracking device was transmitting the location of her alleged killer.

The quirky seventh-grader, who went by "Licy," could tell you the origin of every neon drinking straw in her collection and she "sewed buttons on everything," said her aunt, Amber Hager.

Her family thinks her free-spirited nature may be the reason she walked through a field popular with transients -- a field she'd been warned to stay away from and where her body was found February 22.

Licy's family had reason to be cautious. Hager was raped twice as a teen and Licy's grandmother was kidnapped as a child, Hager said, so the family was extra vigilant with Licy and Hager's young daughters.

"We all made Licy the promise that it would never happen to her. The cycle would end," said Hager, who is acting as family spokeswoman. "Now we're left wondering: What didn't we say? What didn't we do? How come she didn't listen?"

Darrin Sanford, 30, was one of several homeless people living near the field in an abandoned home slated for demolition, police said.

He was convicted in 1998 of communicating with a minor for immoral purposes and luring minors with sexual motivation; he was sentenced to probation, said a Clark County sheriff's report. When he was released from jail in January, following a November probation violation, Sanford was fitted with a global positioning tracking unit on his ankle, according to the Washington Department of Corrections

Sanford was wearing the device seven weeks later when he tried to rape Licy before beating and stabbing her in a field a couple of blocks from the street where she lived, according to police.

Authorities said they used GPS to corroborate Sanford's confession. A Clark County judge this week postponed his arraignment until June so the defense and prosecution can prepare for death penalty arguments.

Sanford's defense attorney Michael Foister declined to comment on the allegations against his client.
 

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They should at least be castrated.Everytime I see this I want to vomit.Not only does it tear your heart out,but makes you want to commit heinous acts of violence at the same time!!!!
 

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Everywhere I have lived there have been these monsters.

They call them repetitive compulsive sex offenders: It's a psychological term for a dysfunction that, by definition, cannot be cured. Along with serial killers, these are among the most dysfunctional people in society.

Some 30 years ago, New Jersey, of all places, became the first state in the union to create a special "treatment facility" for these folks. They developed a special sentencing guideline, and if you were convicted of a repeat sex crime, you could then be judged a "repetitive compulsive sex offender," and ater your jail term was served, you got sent to the sex crimes "rehabilitation facility." And you couldn't get released unless a team of doctors certified that you were cured. Which, by definition, ain't gonna happen. So it became a socially acceptable way of getting these monsters off the street permanently.

Unfortunately, the facility filled up fast, and so they started releasing their "patients." And now it's just another revolving door...

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that situation needs to be Glocktified.
 

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This is just something that our society is not currently capable of dealing with: Serial killers and compulsive, repetitive sex offenders (who sometimes become serial killers).

Seems like they all come to Florida (the pickings are easy in a state filled with tourists): Danny Rolling, who terrorized UF; Ted Bundy, who fled here and preyed on other college girls; John Crutchley, the vampire rapist; Mark Dean Schwab, a local pedophile who was assaulting other boys before he was even an adult, and on and on. Hell, we even had one flee here a few years ago from the Riviera (Interpol finally caught up with him).

And those are just the ones we know about. I remember being at a conference 25 years ago in the Northeast where a guy from the FBI claimed that there were more than 50 serial killers traveling the US and raping and murdering wherever the opportunity came up (he was basing that on forensic patterns of unsolved deaths).

These monsters are broken; maybe Jesus can fix 'em, but the likes of human hands can't. These guys are so evil that they inspire horror novels, and they often end up doing their worst after being caught one and released from prison.

You never hear about them encountering an armed citizen because these guys prey on the defenseless. They don't get into shootouts with cops, so they get tossed into the system, which just isn't designed to deal with people who are incurably evil.

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scares me somtimes to know that my sister is going to school in a liberal state like IL where she can not even legally carry to protect herself. hope shes still got that taser i got for her. last line of defense i know, but at least she has somthing.
 

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A tazer is not a bad alternative,the only problem is it is a contact weapon and you have to be close to use it.Pepper spray(the jet stream,not the spray) is a good thing to carry along with the tazer,as you can blast em further with it.
 

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The ONLY way to deal with this kind of human trash is. "A 45ACP TO THE HEAD!"
 

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