View Full Version : Child molesters, rapists in prison - does this really happen?


Fries With That
08-17-2009, 12:42 AM
Yo,
so basically throughout history... whenever we check the news and a rapist was sentenced, ppl are usually like "good, he'll be taken care of in prison" or "he'll get what's comin to him" like the public expects prisoners to do their dirty work

and for a while I thought "really?" and i believed it

til i spent an off day from work lookin through prisons on the Florida DOC and I saw alotta sex offenders were in there for years(some medium custody, most in close custody)...still alive, no damage to their face in the mugshot(for the older guys)..

guys convicted of raping kids under 12, imprisoning them... sentenced in 1979 and it's 2009... still alive, untouched. and alotta these guys were/are in tough prisons in florida

so I was just wondering if it's a complete fabrication that inmates do the dirty work and beat up, rape, kill child molesters and rapists?

or do these guy lie about what they're in for and how often do inmates lie about what they did? and do other inmates ever find out?

i heard guards like to tell inmates "yeah he raped 10 kids.." and whatnot...

Fancy
08-17-2009, 01:21 AM
I think some of the more hated ones go into protective custody to protect them.

Remember that guy who ate the people, Jeffery Dalmer...other prisoners killed him. I guess you really would not call him a rapist.

I do think these inmates are highly disliked and I think a certain amount of bad does happen to them.

Fries With That
08-17-2009, 01:44 AM
when looking at their DOC profiles... how can u tell if they are in protective custody or will it not say?


so can I assume if im lookin at a profile and it says they are in medium/close custody that they really are in PC???

BGsWIFEY
08-17-2009, 01:48 AM
when looking at their DOC profiles... how can u tell if they are in protective custody or will it not say?


so can I assume if im lookin at a profile and it says they are in medium/close custody that they really are in PC???

florida doesnt tell u on the site if they r in pc or what dorm their in none of that. when it says close custody it doesnt mean there in the hole or pc. my man is on close custody and hes in open dorm/normal population and hes not a so

Jeremy's_April
08-17-2009, 03:39 AM
Yo,
so basically throughout history... whenever we check the news and a rapist was sentenced, ppl are usually like "good, he'll be taken care of in prison" or "he'll get what's comin to him" like the public expects prisoners to do their dirty work

and for a while I thought "really?" and i believed it

til i spent an off day from work lookin through prisons on the Florida DOC and I saw alotta sex offenders were in there for years(some medium custody, most in close custody)...still alive, no damage to their face in the mugshot(for the older guys)..

guys convicted of raping kids under 12, imprisoning them... sentenced in 1979 and it's 2009... still alive, untouched. and alotta these guys were/are in tough prisons in florida

so I was just wondering if it's a complete fabrication that inmates do the dirty work and beat up, rape, kill child molesters and rapists?

or do these guy lie about what they're in for and how often do inmates lie about what they did? and do other inmates ever find out?

i heard guards like to tell inmates "yeah he raped 10 kids.." and whatnot...

my son's father is a convicted sex offender. he did 3 years in prison. the stories you hear about other inmaes "taking care of" sex offenders for the most part is BS. most of the guys in there have enough of their own things to worry about other than catchin another charge. i w't say it don't happen because it does. we had an incident here in the prison my Jeremy is in actually, where the guy who raped the little girl "accidentaly" got put in a block with the victims uncle. the uncle held the guy down and tattooed the little girls name backwards across the guys forehead so that every time he looks in the mirror he sees his victims name. so yea it DOES happen but it's not like what every says. i know here in Indiana most sex offenders go to one certain prison for the most part so that it doesn't happen like that.

and yea, some guards do like to tell other inmates what sex offenders are in there for. i know my son's faher had no real problems while he was in prison. most people in there just wanna do their time and get out. sorry for all the mistakes my keyboard is acting all screwy!

BlueEyedEllie
08-17-2009, 06:40 AM
i think for the most part these type crimes ARE looked down on in prison. BUT my man shuns them completely. he won't attack them cause he's not trying to catch more charges but he does shun them. acts as if they don't even exist he says. and absolutely they lie about their crimes. marc was "friends" with 2 dudes for over a year till another inmate wised him up that one was in for raping his daughter and the other for raping his niece. he cut them off immediately,hates them now. i've tried to talk to him about being kind to everyone but he ain't hearing me and he's a grown man so he's entitled to whatever feelings he chooses to have.

TedEBare
08-17-2009, 08:45 AM
My guy was just released last week. Not long before he was released, a sex offender was stabbed for that reason. So, yes, the stories are true. Not all incidents cause outward scars and not all scars show up in pictures.

cornered
08-17-2009, 09:15 AM
I saw alotta sex offenders were in there for years(some medium custody, most in close custody)...still alive, no damage to their face in the mugshot(for the older guys)..

guys convicted of raping kids under 12, imprisoning them... sentenced in 1979 and it's 2009... still alive, untouched. and alotta these guys were/are in tough prisons in florida

so I was just wondering if it's a complete fabrication that inmates do the dirty work and beat up, rape, kill child molesters and rapists?

or do these guy lie about what they're in for and how often do inmates lie about what they did? and do other inmates ever find out?
What is it you WANT to see? realize that sometimes they did it and sometimes they didn't. I know a few SO, and I know a couple of them are innocent. You think the innocent should be taken out and beaten into a bloody pulp? Do you think the DOC site is going to say "Convicted, but he really didn't do it" or "Yeah he did it, but he's such a totally knarly dude!"

Exactly what is it you're looking for?

sozeee
08-17-2009, 09:29 AM
I see that this thread was just moved into LASO - hmm, I'm not sure the intent was intended for *support* of SO. JHMO

So, before anyone jumps on the OP for coming into LASO with this, they originally posted in the General Prison Talk forum or one like it. I just read it there and bam, then it was here. No one came in to step on our toes.

Azona
08-17-2009, 09:33 AM
Yes, I agree with cornered, what is it you are wanting to hear? You sound a bit sad that the stories may not be true.

The problem is, the assumptions, no one really knows what anyone is in there for, they are not suppose to have or ever show their papers, so how would anyone "find out?".

A guard can be fired for "outing" an inmate, all the inmate has to do is report them.

For those of us with loved ones incarcerated under the SO banner, we are only glad, day by day, that most of the stories are not true. Still, for anyone "assumed" to be a SO, life can be bad enough as a "Chomo".

sidewalker
08-17-2009, 09:38 AM
weird.
As I know it, at least in CA state prisons......most folks convicted of a sex offense, are put into a yard known as SNY. Sensitive needs yard.
All others on the yard do not have anything to gain from causing trouble.
All have SOME reason to be away from the General population of inmates.
Hub has told me, where he is, most of the guys just want to do their own time, and pretty much leave others alone.

granni
08-17-2009, 10:00 AM
i personally do not feel 'unsupported' because a thread of this nature is now in LASO.
Anytime AnyOne has questions re sex offenders, i think it's good that we hear them and speak with them...... that way we both learn.

Life encompasses lifetime-learning. And much learning comes from dealing with difficult issues. We ALL have to learn the how of this dealing with, in regards to our loved ones being labeled SO. We'll be dealing with it when they come 'out'.
The very fact that we're here in LASO means that we are dealing with it now.

Questions are good things. Learning is a good thing.

This thread is Support? dear ones....... learning is the best support any of us can ever have.
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yes, it's assumed and stated by many that 's/he'll get what s/he deserves. Perhaps it's the utterance/writing in response to said person's perceived need for vengeance.
I seriously doubt said person would say that if it were his/her loved one. And the sad truth is: sex offense is perpretrated by those KNOWN to the family/victim. IE., a perp is already in said person's environment...and they don't even know it, while they spout off their diatribe.

And, those making the most noise often have the most to hide. Most thinking folk realize that when one is using the diversionary tactic placing attention on another is utilized to direct attention away from self. A potentially not good thing.

sidewalker
08-17-2009, 10:37 AM
I agree Granni about asking ?? and learning.
I have learned so much from you all.

I shudder to think how stupid I was before. Really stupid.
Most folks who spout off, about how.........well......they will get theirs by Bubba.........
ha ha.....etc etc......

stupid. really stupid statement.
(I actually sort of feel sorry for Bubba............)

tww
08-18-2009, 12:47 AM
That "the prisoners will give it to 'em" crap is no different than the lies some tell themselves about "karma exists" or "god will get 'em" or "they'll get what's coming to 'em."

It's BS. Very few SO's get any real abuse in prison, and, you'd be amazed how high the percentage of SO's in prisons is.

I say let the vindictive people have their fantasies, since no free person really understands what it means to lose freedom anyway.

And about custody... in WA (and at least a couple other states I know of), custody works like this:

Minimum (many levels indicated MIx, where x can be a number, and MI3 is effectively Medium because the guy has a lot of time) is lowest security

Medium is slightly worse, usually because someone got in trouble and may be working their way up from closed

Closed is the "maximum" normal security. Usually it entails limited "social" time.

"Maximum" means basically seclusion. It includes both Ad-Seg (Administrative Segregation), which is basically PC, and D-Seg (Disciplinary Segregation), which is 'the hole.'

There is one other class of "Maximum" and that's Death Row. It's pretty much the same thing--never outside the cell unless either handcuffed and escorted, or locked in a rec yard alone.

/tww

ForMyBoy
08-18-2009, 12:31 PM
Agreed, what do want to know?
My loved one is an RSO and he didn't touch anyone, no rape, no contact at all. Oh and he got out of prison just fine. Some minor stuff but once he moved to a different place, all was quiet. He wasn't beaten nor was anyone else to his knowledge because of that,more gang-related in our system.
Best of luck to you.

piercedkitten83
08-19-2009, 06:13 PM
This topic is being moved back to GPT as it has nothing to do with Loving a Sex Offender.

Thanks. ;)

Rosr Mary
08-19-2009, 06:20 PM
And what about he person conviced of a sex crime that is innocent? Do you want his blood on your hands? And there are many of them in prison.

Daywalker
08-20-2009, 06:55 AM
Yeah it happens. And sometimes, I think they deserve what they get. Depends on what the sex offense is for. As I've said in other forums, I don't mind living next door to the guy who got peeing on a wall behind a bar (here in OK, that a sex offense, and you do have to register if you are guilty), or the kid who was 18, dating his 16 year old girlfriend and the parents all of a sudden went stupid and charged him with stat. rape (one of the guys my husband was in with)

Now, his celly at that unit? Sex with an 8 year old boy. He admitted his crime to my husband, and talked about it at length. My husband was completely disgusted by the entire thing, and just asked him to stop talking about it, before someone else overheard him and decided to hurt him for it. My husband wasn't willing to catch a case over this fool. That guy got 25 years for his crime, and my husband said the most disgusting part of it, was this guy claiming that the little boy "seduced" him and it was all consensual sex, so he didn't do anything wrong. Mostly, he was shunned by all the men on that block, because of his crime. In another unit, he might have gotten hurt, and badly.

Most inmates don't talk about their crimes, and they don't like to be pressed about it, either. Then you have this guy, telling anyone who will listen that he was wrongfully convicted, because he was "seduced", by a child. Personally, I think he should be in a state hospital, being studied by psychiatrists, who can maybe figure out what causes this, and how to stop it.

Me personally? He admitted to the crime, and if we're not doing something useful with him like studying him to prevent this, then why keep him around for 25 years? Fortunately, hopefully, he will be too damned old to molest any other little boys by the time he sees free daylight again.

Fries With That
08-20-2009, 02:24 PM
What is it you WANT to see? realize that sometimes they did it and sometimes they didn't. I know a few SO, and I know a couple of them are innocent. You think the innocent should be taken out and beaten into a bloody pulp? Do you think the DOC site is going to say "Convicted, but he really didn't do it" or "Yeah he did it, but he's such a totally knarly dude!"

Exactly what is it you're looking for?
:confused: huh? im just wondering if they get attacked, raped, etc alot since the movies and everybody thinks they do.

SpicaRigel
08-20-2009, 03:31 PM
Interesting thoughtful thread...
And Tenn....Jeffrey Dahmer most certainly did rape his victims!
This caught my eye because the day before yesterday i had the experience of meeting a man in a coffee house who (long story) diclosed to me he was an ex-felon, who has been out for a year, after doing 28 years.
His crime? He wrote it down on a piece of paper for me..."Killed a child molester." Then he said to me quietly, "My father."
It dawned on me he was the victim. I felt such sadness for this man.
How awful to be abused by your own father, to make a decision to stop the abuse the way he did. And then to do time for it. 28 years.
I dont condone murder and i feel for a young person who has been abused and thought that killing the perpertrator was the only solution. It's messed up!
I also wondered why the OP spends time researching this sort of information, but we all have our interests, dont we?

only1love
08-20-2009, 05:28 PM
My understanding is that the prisons try to put offenders with like offenders, so if that is true, the child molesters should be with other child molesters. Some places where my guy was they put them in PC.
I think that their safety depends on where they are. They do not have to discuss their crime. Apparently this information is leaked before they ever arrive.

In one of the many places where my man was, there was a man in PC who was a pre-trial inmate charged with child molestation. "something" happened, and the gang members got this man on the way to the showers. He was visciously attacked, leg broken, many assaults by many different inmates. Eventually, the guards showed up and separated everyone, and the injured inmate was taken to the hospital for treatment. The facility then went into lockdown so that they could investigate.
So, it does happen!
But not everywhere.

only1love
08-20-2009, 05:43 PM
Yeah it happens. And sometimes, I think they deserve what they get. Depends on what the sex offense is for. As I've said in other forums, I don't mind living next door to the guy who got peeing on a wall behind a bar (here in OK, that a sex offense, and you do have to register if you are guilty), or the kid who was 18, dating his 16 year old girlfriend and the parents all of a sudden went stupid and charged him with stat. rape (one of the guys my husband was in with)

Now, his celly at that unit? Sex with an 8 year old boy. He admitted his crime to my husband, and talked about it at length. My husband was completely disgusted by the entire thing, and just asked him to stop talking about it, before someone else overheard him and decided to hurt him for it. My husband wasn't willing to catch a case over this fool. That guy got 25 years for his crime, and my husband said the most disgusting part of it, was this guy claiming that the little boy "seduced" him and it was all consensual sex, so he didn't do anything wrong. Mostly, he was shunned by all the men on that block, because of his crime. In another unit, he might have gotten hurt, and badly.

Most inmates don't talk about their crimes, and they don't like to be pressed about it, either. Then you have this guy, telling anyone who will listen that he was wrongfully convicted, because he was "seduced", by a child. Personally, I think he should be in a state hospital, being studied by psychiatrists, who can maybe figure out what causes this, and how to stop it.

Me personally? He admitted to the crime, and if we're not doing something useful with him like studying him to prevent this, then why keep him around for 25 years? Fortunately, hopefully, he will be too damned old to molest any other little boys by the time he sees free daylight again.

This is a very difficult topic for me and for 2 huge reasons.
One: I personally knew Megan Kanka and her family! She has a brother who played soccer with my son. Megan's dad was the coach. That little girl was my neighbor and a friend to the children there. I was part of the community search team who went out to try to find that child who was visciously attacked by a known predator and then tossed like garbage in a garbage bag! That child did nothing to instigate what happened to her.
I won't comment on my feelings because I did so once before and all I got was replies on how it must have been her fault.
Two: In the good ol' days before we became politically correct, the diagnosis of pedophilia was considered to be one of a few catagorized as criminally insane. These individuals were locked in psychiatric hospitals, studied, given medications and treatments in the hope of a cure!

Then we became politically correct and the states were going broke. This incurable diagnosis was re-classified as "deviant behavior". The states agreed to "monitor" them, discharged them into society saving millions of dollars. Psychiatric wings for the criminally insane were drastically reduced.

Treatment centers were established some for a month or so of inpatient therapy ( the same medications that were always given) and then outpatient therapy ( the same stuff that did not work before).

And so, here we are with a social dilemma.

BTW, the man who killed Megan had been one of the inpatients before the new guidelines and had also failed treatment twice before!! He was living in a house with 3 other men who like himself had been released from the psychiatric hospital!

Now as it stands, we are now allowed to know this information about our neighbors!

Sorry so long!

parkhad01
08-20-2009, 06:27 PM
Not all sex offenders are child molesters or rapist. My husband was in a adult chat room when an undercover cop was posing as a 15 year old girl and they exchanged pictures, the rest is history. And the pictures the cop sent my husband were of a 28 year old woman in very provacative poses. My husband never touched a soule and the county the sting operation was in arrested 23 men that week. The police create crimes where one never even existed. So now my husband will be a Sex Offender for the next 20 years, he has to serve 3 years. He is in a prison with a lot of sex offenders and noboby messes with anybody. There are a lot of guys in jail for statutory rape and they were messing with 14 and 15 year olds, some of these guys are only 21,22 years old. So the laws need to change. As far as the real child molesters go, I cannot say where they go and if they get put in protective custody. I know there are some where he is and like I said most of these guys just want to do their time and get out, they are not looking for trouble. He is in a medium security prison.

justbeth
08-20-2009, 07:03 PM
My ex husband is a so and a vo, if anything negative has happened to him he will not ever tell me. I know he is finally (after almost a year) aclimenting to the environment. is this easy no, has it been easy no. His (our children) pray every night for the Lord to keep daddy safe.

Some of the things you see on the prison shows do happen, sometimes a co lets it slip and that co is never ratted out.

In alot of prisons they ones that convicted more then one offense are usually in a seg unit or protective custody, If the co is found out, then he usually only get discipline measures and moved to a different "housing" unit.

Whether or not they are guilty doesn't usually matter behind the bars, everyone is trying to do their time and get out, it's usually the young bucks trying to prove themselves that try and target someone but they usually get schooled real quick on what goes and what doesn't on the block.

For those of us with a loved one marked a so, we pray for their safety, we hope they come home with few mental scars and hopefully not real scars, but society has scarred them and their families for life.

pbandk
08-20-2009, 08:13 PM
I have to say that as a parent, I have an issue with a twenty something hooking up with a fourteen or fifteen year old. To me, that is disgusting. I will admit that some fourteen and fifteen year olds look like twenty somethings. No matter the crime though, I do not think that they deserve to be stabbed. If someone hurt my child, my opinion on this might change, but as it stands right now, I do not believe that other inmates have any right to judge another. They are all criminals. This is coming from someone who has personal experience with molestation. There. That's my two cents.

sozeee
08-20-2009, 10:21 PM
I have to say that as a parent, I have an issue with a twenty something hooking up with a fourteen or fifteen year old. To me, that is disgusting. I will admit that some fourteen and fifteen year olds look like twenty somethings. No matter the crime though, I do not think that they deserve to be stabbed. If someone hurt my child, my opinion on this might change, but as it stands right now, I do not believe that other inmates have any right to judge another. They are all criminals. This is coming from someone who has personal experience with molestation. There. That's my two cents.

Yeah, things definitely change when someone hurts your child. My child was hurt and will forever bear the scars and humilation of this. The person that hurt my child was 16 years old in a place where you have to be 21 to get in. That person took my son into her bed and then cried rape the next day when her mom found out what darling daughter had been up to - I think the hangover was the clue to mom. So, yes, my 22 yr old spent 4 years in prison and will forever pay the price of being stupid.

This is much more common than the general public realizes. Not all sex offenders are child molesters. Luckily, the prison where my son was was fairly low keyed, most drug offences, and he stayed in general population and didn't have any major problems. I think that even in the prison system there is a certain amount of knowledge that not everyone that is convicted of a crime is guilty of the crime as is read on paper.

As far as the OP goes, don't worry - people who have a SO in their family are so used to being on the defensive that we/they often respond in that way without realizing that someone was just asking a question - not making a judgement. Thank god it doesn't happen as often as it does in the movies and on TV.

Mi$$ Netter$
08-20-2009, 10:30 PM
To the OP, I think you're confusing hollywood prisons with real life. Everyone here who says no one wants to catch an extra case behind fighting/harming/killing a SO, they're right. My Babe says he doesn't wish anything bad on them, but he doesn't have any love for them either. He's very generous, until he finds out someone is an SO. (approx 70% of the population where he's at are in for sex offenses..but like was said, in Okla., peeing in your bushes can get you on the registry if 1 person sees you, so take that as you will)...if he finds out, that person is no longer welcome at "his house" and he doesn't share food with them. If they're hateful to him, he's hateful back, but that's as far as it goes with him.

..It's TOO easy to be labeled a SO in oklahoma, IMO.. I have a friend from college that was drunk at a frat party, thought it'd be funny to moon a group of girls. One girl took offense, pursued it, and now my dear, smart, funny friend who had a bright future in computer technology is working the drive through window at Chic-Fil-A by my job. I wish I were exaggerating...

As for the assumption that they'd be beat up in their DOC website pics...aren't those pics taken at the time of arrest? I know my babe looks like a bag of dog cr@p mixed with meth, ran over twice and lit on fire in some of his DOC pics, but it's not because of fighting in there, it's because he was on a huge binge when they got him..

MikesBabydoll09
08-21-2009, 08:41 AM
Not all sex offenders are child molesters or rapist. My husband was in a adult chat room when an undercover cop was posing as a 15 year old girl and they exchanged pictures, the rest is history. And the pictures the cop sent my husband were of a 28 year old woman in very provacative poses. My husband never touched a soule and the county the sting operation was in arrested 23 men that week. The police create crimes where one never even existed. So now my husband will be a Sex Offender for the next 20 years, he has to serve 3 years. He is in a prison with a lot of sex offenders and noboby messes with anybody. There are a lot of guys in jail for statutory rape and they were messing with 14 and 15 year olds, some of these guys are only 21,22 years old. So the laws need to change. As far as the real child molesters go, I cannot say where they go and if they get put in protective custody. I know there are some where he is and like I said most of these guys just want to do their time and get out, they are not looking for trouble. He is in a medium security prison.

^^ ditto- what I dont get is how can they get you when they say their under 18 and clearly show a 20+yr old in the picture and still get you for enticing, stat rape, or anything of that nature?! Seriously?

A lot of guys are in jail because of 'stings' where NO threat was intended in the first place :(-

My guy is in federal because of it :( He hasn't been sentenced yet, and he's scared to death. From everyone I've talked to, as long as you mind your own business you have no worries. ALSO that state is worse than federal. NO ONE wants to mess up in federal because all their goodtime will be gone :(- I mean LONGER sentences in federal (SUCK), compared to state.. yeah NO ONE wants to mess up in there :) They want out ASAP :)

Hmm- seems to me like the police/cops/whatever want to go out and ruin someones life :( ... theres thousands of REAL child molesters out there that havent been caught yet :( so they're going after innocent people :(



SORRY I RANTED

SarahAne
08-21-2009, 09:45 AM
My man has told me that the "rape-os" in the facilities he's been in, do have problems. In the max he was in while in reception he saw guys have urine thrown on them, forced to do nasty things, etc. by the porter actually.
The med. he's in now, he's seen one get sucker punched in the yard while the COs weren't looking.

TwentyTwelve
08-21-2009, 05:41 PM
I felt such sadness for this man.
How awful to be abused by your own father, to make a decision to stop the abuse the way he did. And then to do time for it. 28 years.
I dont condone murder and i feel for a young person who has been abused and thought that killing the perpertrator was the only solution. It's messed up!
I also wondered why the OP spends time researching this sort of information, but we all have our interests, dont we?


When I was a CO, there was a guy in one of the dorms I worked that was in for killing someone who had raped or molested either his daughter or niece. I can't remember exactly, it has been a few years now. Anyway, he was HIGHLY revered by all people at the prison, inmates and COs alike. He had a good job, a good dorm, and mad respect.

I will say there wasn't too much straight out violence against SO. It also depended on what they were in for. For example, somebody in for molesting a kid or hurting a kid in general is pretty low on the food chain. But instead of violence, it's more about how they're treated. They get no respect whatsoever. I knew of one guy that had to hold all the serious contraband for his dorm. He never opened his mouth about ANYTHING. He was in for hurting a child.

A lot of times when you would go into a dorm, an inmate would come by and let you know who were the child molesters and the like. The unspoken message, I guess, was that I was to turn a blind eye to how they were treated and that I should not treat them with respect.

A friend of mine, her boyfriend just went in for 20 years. His crime? Molesting his son. He got beat down within two weeks and they had to put him in protective custody. So yeah, violence and stuff DOES happen. It's just not as prevalent as most ppl think.

tigrldy
08-21-2009, 06:06 PM
my son's father is a convicted sex offender. he did 3 years in prison. the stories you hear about other inmaes "taking care of" sex offenders for the most part is BS. most of the guys in there have enough of their own things to worry about other than catchin another charge. i w't say it don't happen because it does. we had an incident here in the prison my Jeremy is in actually, where the guy who raped the little girl "accidentaly" got put in a block with the victims uncle. the uncle held the guy down and tattooed the little girls name backwards across the guys forehead so that every time he looks in the mirror he sees his victims name. so yea it DOES happen but it's not like what every says. i know here in Indiana most sex offenders go to one certain prison for the most part so that it doesn't happen like that.

and yea, some guards do like to tell other inmates what sex offenders are in there for. i know my son's faher had no real problems while he was in prison. most people in there just wanna do their time and get out. sorry for all the mistakes my keyboard is acting all screwy!

I know of that case. He is in WVC, not that that matter. The last I was reading on this a plastic surgeon was removing this tatoo. I didn't realize though that it was any type of set up. Really sad for everyone. The uncle should never have been put in there since it gave him a chance to get in more trouble.

Hisoneandonly
08-21-2009, 07:53 PM
My hubby said that they are looked down on and yeah sometimes they are jumped, but alot of them are kept in PC and most guys don't want to get any more time.

Ivanee5
08-22-2009, 11:42 PM
Do you have family in prison??? My brother is at SFRC. Do you know how it is in there???


Yo,
so basically throughout history... whenever we check the news and a rapist was sentenced, ppl are usually like "good, he'll be taken care of in prison" or "he'll get what's comin to him" like the public expects prisoners to do their dirty work

and for a while I thought "really?" and i believed it

til i spent an off day from work lookin through prisons on the Florida DOC and I saw alotta sex offenders were in there for years(some medium custody, most in close custody)...still alive, no damage to their face in the mugshot(for the older guys)..

guys convicted of raping kids under 12, imprisoning them... sentenced in 1979 and it's 2009... still alive, untouched. and alotta these guys were/are in tough prisons in florida

so I was just wondering if it's a complete fabrication that inmates do the dirty work and beat up, rape, kill child molesters and rapists?

or do these guy lie about what they're in for and how often do inmates lie about what they did? and do other inmates ever find out?

i heard guards like to tell inmates "yeah he raped 10 kids.." and whatnot...

Fries With That
08-23-2009, 02:11 AM
Yeah, things definitely change when someone hurts your child. My child was hurt and will forever bear the scars and humilation of this. The person that hurt my child was 16 years old in a place where you have to be 21 to get in. That person took my son into her bed and then cried rape the next day when her mom found out what darling daughter had been up to - I think the hangover was the clue to mom. So, yes, my 22 yr old spent 4 years in prison and will forever pay the price of being stupid.
whaaaaaaaaaaat? how did he get found guilty? was there ANY evidence of rape? bruised vagina(even tho that can cause from rough sex)?

anything?


smh...thats why I'd make a horrible juror... if there was no tape, there was no rape.

Fries With That
08-23-2009, 02:14 AM
..It's TOO easy to be labeled a SO in oklahoma, IMO.. I have a friend from college that was drunk at a frat party, thought it'd be funny to moon a group of girls. One girl took offense, pursued it, and now my dear, smart, funny friend who had a bright future in computer technology is working the drive through window at Chic-Fil-A by my job. I wish I were exaggerating...



where's the proof he did it? witness testimony is awful and should be inadmissible in court like the polygraph test.

Fries With That
08-23-2009, 02:20 AM
Do you have family in prison??? My brother is at SFRC. Do you know how it is in there???
three homeboys in prison right now and my closest one was sentenced two weeks ago to 3 yrs for agg battery wit deadly weapon(i made a thread bout advice for him last month)


why?

lottoman7210
06-30-2011, 11:59 AM
Child molesters definitely get bombed on in custody...I've seen it first-hand. While incarcerated at NCCF (Wayside), a 63 year old paisa in my dorm was beaten by the SouthSiders for being a child molester. Turns out the paisa had simply been solicited by a 16 year old prostitute outside a paisa bar in L.A. and was busted having sex with her, then charged with having sex with a minor. Totally illogical, if you ask me.

heartfriend
07-01-2011, 09:12 AM
What a thought-provoking issue, bringing forth visceral reactions and questioning our own beliefs when put up against real people's feelings, real people's experiences. A thousand different responses and thoughts come to mind, but I will limit myself due to my possible bias from personal experiences from age 6 to now, nearly 4 decades later. People and their actions are complicated, never a simple answer to any situation if every view point is considered. I simply ask this....if we meet offense with wishes for violence or vengeance, how does this make us or our world better?