Apr 22, 2010

Strikes Again

In this posting on the SET Political Review, Philip R. Klein exploits two children to further his personal agenda against Jefferson County District Attorney Tom Maness (WARNING: I have not edited Klein's crude language):
No jail time for not reporting that her husband was playing with the little girls vagina's after the little girls came to her mother and told her what had happened!
Maness took heat from the public after not demanding from the court that Guidry spend the full 10 year sentence in prison for playing with the little girls vagina's multiple times.
While responsible journalists use words like "fondle" out of respect to the victims, Klein indulges his own sick predilections with no regard for the children at the center of this case.  

Typically, Klein's account is riddled with inaccuracies. As one example:
In the dark of night about 4 weeks ago - the DA's office struck a deal for a conviction or plead of NOLO for Barbra Guidry...
Barbara Guidry pleaded nolo contendere, or no contest. There is no such thing as a pleading of NOLO in any court in the universe. 

Neither has Klein has addressed Dr. Jeffery Klem's sentence in Harris County, where two counts of indecency with a child were dropped in exchange for a guilty plea on two counts of injury to a child. For his guilty pleas, Klem received a lesser sentence in Harris County than in Jefferson County. From the Beaumont Enterprise:
Beaumont cardiologist Jeffrey Klem pleads guilty to injury to a child charges in Harris County

Criminal proceedings against a Beaumont doctor accused of molesting three girls ended Monday with the acceptance of a plea agreement that has drawn mixed reactions from the victims' families.

Dr. Jeffrey Klem pleaded guilty to two third-degree felony counts of injury to a child in Harris County Monday, a little over a week after the two counts of indecency with a child he originally faced were dropped.

Connie Spence, Harris County prosecutor, said the charges to which Klem pleaded guilty refer to the sexual nature of the offenses. But Klem will not have to register as a sex offender.

If he abides by the terms of his probation he won't have a conviction on his record, either, but if his probation is revoked a judge can automatically sentence him to up to 10 years in prison.
If this were truly about the children as Klein claims, he would express the same indignation consistently. From the Orange Leader:
Former councilman Skeeler gets 5 years probation; will register as sex offender

A judge sentenced former West Orange City Council member Frank Skeeler to five years probation Wednesday for indecency with a child.
Yet, Klein never mentioned this case involving an elected official in Orange County. 

This isn't legitimate political discourse; rather, Philip R. Klein is indulging his own sick fantasies.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

And on a lighter note, the owner of a failed Dairy Queen tells Jack in the Box how to run its business. Giggle.