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Backwards punishment

Honestly, instead of punishing him shouldn’t we give him a certificate for creativity and punish the girls for stupidity?!

MIAMI (Reuters) – A 76-year-old man claiming to be a doctor went door-to-door in a Florida neighborhood offering free breast exams, and was charged with sexually assaulting two women who accepted the offer…
One woman became suspicious after the man asked her to remove all her clothes and began conducting a purported genital exam without donning rubber gloves…
At least two women, both in their 30s, let him into their homes and he fondled…

Read that closely. She let a strange man into her house, allowed him to fondle her breasts, then stripped naked for him and only after she allowed him to touch her genitals did she realize he wasn’t wearing gloves and only then did she become suspicious. [Source]

Since we are pointing out victomizations in the news, the woman found alive in a landfill should not go without notice.

A landfill employee … saw Huston’s feet sticking out from a garbage pile…
…she was driving to work Thursday morning when a man wearing a ski mask and carrying a gun climbed into her car, demanding that she drive south. The next four nights… they drove through Washington, Oregon and California. They stopped occasionally at rest stops and service stations. …
here was no indication she had been assaulted.

I understand fear does strange things to a person. I understand kidnap victoms take to their captors. I don’t understand how in 4 days during which the car jacker had to sleep, and past numerous state troopers that they must have driven by, that she couldn’t draw attention to her situation. Flip the bird at a cop. Tap out SOS with the brake lights. Do something!

I tried hard, without success, to get my daughter to take a self-defense class and all I got was "I know all that stuff." I would like to hope that I am not enabling her to be a victomvictim. [Source]

2 thoughts on “Backwards punishment

  1. Your post is a victom, er, victim of a bad spell checker… I can’t believe it past, er, passed. (hehe — this comment could be a victim of sarcasm not translating in the digital world, too)

  2. Holy cow, there are some stoopid people out there.

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