VIDEO – City of Joliet Finds Creative Way to Rid Themselves of Child Predators

Maybe it’s just because I’m old fashioned, but I honestly do believe that the death penalty should only be used in cases of extreme gravity as well as rarely.
Should someone be put to death for stealing a loaf of bread, poaching a rabbit on the king’s acres or for simply speaking ill of whatever nation’s chief executive? Of course not.
However, I for one wouldn’t think twice of traumatically inserting a .22 LR hollow point into the base of the skull of any given lawfully convicted 1st degree rapist.
By the way, I really could give a damn less if any given convicted 1st degree rapist use to wear a $10,000 three-piece suit, or a garage mechanic’s coveralls or even a Roman collar.
After all, shouldn’t we all be as accepting and inclusive as possible when it comes to those who won’t take no for an answer? *Sarcasm – Off*
But back to the topic at hand. Here’s some of the piece reported by Elizabeth Matthews of Fox32 Chicago (emphasis mine);

The Joliet City Council voted unanimously in favor of purchasing a home to turn into a park Tuesday night. The reason for the purchase is to force child sex offenders to move out of another home nearby.

Six sex offenders moved into an apartment building in the Cunningham neighborhood in Joliet this spring and one has since moved out. Mayor Bob O’Dekirk and residents are not happy, and say they were not notified.

The sex offenders moved into the gray brick apartment building at 1000 N. Cora Street.

Per state law, sex offenders are not supposed to live together but a federal judge ruled that unconstitutional after a lawsuit.

Mayor O’Dekirk says they should not be all living together like that, so the city council voted in favor of buying a nearby home and tearing it down to build a park, which would kick out the child sex offenders because they are not allowed to live within 500 feet of a park.

At least one resident was at the meeting Tuesday night and applauded the council’s decision.

Thank you guys for voting yes on acquiring that property for the playground. Hopefully we can do some good and keep some kids safe,” said resident Jim Lanham.



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