Thursday, November 05, 2009

That didn't take long.

Guilty, but you probably know that already.
Lone Star Texas News - "Raymond Jessop has been found guilty of sexual assault of a child in connection with charges he married an underage girl. Jessop was a member of the FLDS Church and live on the compound near Eldorado that was raided by the state last year.

Attorney General Greg Abbott says 'the jury in State v. Raymond Merril Jessop has rendered a guilty verdict. The sentencing phase of the trial will begin Monday morning. Because trial proceedings are still ongoing, we cannot comment further at this time.'

This was the first trial stemming from that state raid."
The way the trial was going, it really didn't figure that the verdict was going to take long. The way I see it their minds were made up before they even heard the first word uttered in trial.

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yutthehay said...

I thought that sixteen was the legal age in Texas. Whats the deal? No Victom!

Stamp said...

Gotta love a good polygamist perpwalk!

Fuckin child molester too!

The Pharisee said...

Sorry for the poor language, but I could resist publishing this example of the majority of posts that I am rejecting.

It speaks for itself, and whoever the anonymous troll it is, that wrote it.

I figured the majority of such comments, coming from persons like Ron, Jam and Stamp weren't worth publishing, and for content, neither is the above worth publishing, except to fulfill the old Maxim:

"No one is completely worthless, they can always serve as a bad example."

The Pharisee said...

BTW, Stamp commented back claiming I edited his comment. I did not. If there is a way to edit posts in Blogger, I am not aware of it. I either publish them or I don't' I sometimes quote portions of unpublished comments in my own comments, but if the comment is published under the poster's name, it is exactly as it has been written, by them.