bars jail wrote:
Their heart-warming article conveniently omits that the guy is a rapist. Another paper gives the whole story...His past is open to criticism since he's actively seeking this publicity.
Sexual battery and rape are not the same thing. Sexual battery is not better or worse than fraud or theft. No, his past is not open to criticism just because he is actively seeking publicity. Celebrities private lives do not belong to you. The only thing you should be able to criticize is the focus of the article - how he is making use of his time and rehabilitation, and how fast or slow his time is.
Fraud and theft are pretty evil and despicable, however they do not violate a persons physical being. Sexual battery does by definition. Rape is sexual battery with penetration. All pretty despicable conduct.
And I not only can criticize, I am free to in America. So here goes, sex offenders are required by law to register because they are likely to reoffend. Very likely. The most recidivistic of all offenses. The guy is scum, and the article is whitewashing by not noting his crimes.
I don't consider the guy a celebrity but even so criminal conduct is always fair game of any celebrity or private person - cost of being in society.
You won't like this but it comes across as though this strikes close to home for you, guessing you are a convicted sex offender and bitter over it. If so makes sense that you are scum and really defending your self image not the guy in the magazine. If not, then you must be one of those guys that forms a penpal romance with an inmate and then pursues it beyond that. So you are upset that the conviction of your pseudo boyfriend is keeping you apart from the kind of action you want. Reality is that you are not the only online dude that he is seeing and hooking conjugal visits with to get some cash out into his prison commissary account. What a convict won't do for a snickers. And what you won't do for a convict's snickers.
Sick twisted unnatural predatory dangerous stuff you are dealing with.
Get help and therapy before you get caught up further