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Defendant fails polygraph test

February 21, 2013

WARREN — A man accused of molesting a 10-year-old boy agreed to take a polygraph examination and then failed to pass the test given to him Nov. 1, 2011. Bill Evans, who owns Poly Tech In....

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flutterby

Feb-21-13 9:01 PM

Why in the*****is this pervert out on bail? When he was registered as an offender he did it again.! What is wrong with the court system??? McKay better not just give him a slap on the wrist and say, "Don't do that again" buisness. Either 45yrs., no parole till time is completley served, Or do away with filth like this. And mom; wow, where has she been? La-la land? Parents, please use common sense when it comes to someone watching your child. Find out their background, unless she knows this ya-hoo.

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featherstone

Feb-21-13 8:13 PM

Where's boys Dad? Fathers need to play role in children's life as much as Mother, esp. in todays insane world.

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Billdog

Feb-21-13 11:53 AM

I'll say it again, why didn't mom know this perv was perv? Now no excuse like somebody said yesterday, they were not surprised because he found a perv while in the Navy. Well what he did in the Navy made him a REGISTERED sex offender. So, mom didn't check on a person she intrusted with her child? Why? There is just way to many FREE whys to check on people with the advent of the internet. You can google anybody. This type of stuff comes up. What would be almost as disturbing is if there would be no responses to a name entered. Meaning, that person pretty much don't exist. Google the people you intrust with your children, please.

Ok, now burn the sick fvck at the stake.

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CitizenZero

Feb-21-13 10:21 AM

Judge McKay we are watching. We want you to give him the longest possible sentence. Protect our children!

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eyesonyou2

Feb-21-13 7:07 AM

Save time and money, kill him. Take him back out to sea and see if he can swim in shark infested waters.

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