Is it fair for a man who incested his 4 yr old daughter to be running free?
A man is still running free and he offened his 4 yr old daughter. He took a lie detector test and it came back that he was decieving. It was supposed to go to trial but now the county prosecutor is gonna wait to press charges and let him run free. Is that legal?
I don't know if it's legal or not but i don't think it's right that he's running free. I hope he goes to jail and gets his nuts chopped off.
no it's fair. they should cut his **** off!!
It dam* sure shouldn't be legal! He*l naw he shouldn't be running around free! He should be castrated, and then fed his nuts on a platter with a broom handle up his as*! They all should!
I'd get on the prosecutor and if he doesn't comply threaten with the press
if the threat doesn't work call the paper
Well I know of many ways to fix his wagon, and it would not be legal, but he does not deserve anything legal in the first place.
unreal!! they SHOULD cut off his testicles. what state??
No is not legal...but you can hire a Jewish lawyer and you will win the case...don't let pedophile get away...if he blind the human life he will get his punishment with God.
fair? no. legal? apparently. can't hold him in prison without charges; the prosecutor for whatever reason isn't pressing charges yet, so they have to let the man be until they do.
lie detector tests only prove that you're stressed while you take the test, though - they're not recognized as conclusive evidence. he could have been stressed because he was lying, but he could also have been stressed because he was hooked up to a machine, in a room with hostile people, and tired and upset... there's just too much room for doubt with those things.
are you retarded?
I don't think its possible to have incest with a 4 year old , I think their vagina's are too small. If the guy did, do it he should be killed, but maybe the guys ex-wife is just setting him up or something. Lie detectors are notoriously inaccurate. If the case was open and shut they wouldn't let him out, It must be someones word against his.
Yes, it is legal.
The prosecutor has discretion when to prosecute the case, based on the available evidence.
Forcing the case to trial, before the prosecutor is ready, is just likely to result in an acquittal, and bar any future prosecution.
Yes it's legal; it's called 'Inocent until proven guilty'. Lie detectors are just a scare tactic and every cop knows they are useless, an inocent can apear to be deceiving and a guilty can apear to be telling the true.
The county prosecutor can't trail anyone without evidence so let him do his job if he rush without evidence he can lose in court.
I hate child abusers but since many people like to lie for different reasons, you need to bring evidence to support your acusations (and forget about the child; kids are bad witneses they are way too easy to program).
In order to get a conviction, they'll probably need more evidence than failing a polygraph test. If they can find DNA-based evidence, they'll have a conviction, in which case they need to drop the hammer and let him suffer a few decades in prison. Hopefully, justice will be served.
YES, HE SHOULD BE LOCKED UP
EVEN THOUGH HE MAY BE INNOCENT
That's our system for you. It always seems to protect the wrong person. I hope that baby girl has a good support group in her life.