As I read the paper this morning "Man guilty of raping infant girl," I thought to myself this is the sickest of the sick. This is the most wicked act of torture that this little baby went through.
I believe Judge Logan when he said, "This is one of the most outrageous and despicable acts that has ever come to his court."
Just the thought of what this little baby went through just tears my heart out. This baby should not have been left alone with CSB knowing the background of this monster. All eyes should have been there monitoring this visit or this monster should have never been let in at all.
This sick-minded monster should be put in a cage and displayed at courthouse square with a sign that reads, "Beware, Rapist of Little Children."
Let him face public humiliation for what he has done and for all to see and mock at. Some people might think this is cruel and inhuman. Let me say this, it's nothing compared to what he did to this precious, innocent little child.
I hope that the other Beemer gets the same punishment. I'm not using their first names for a reason. It's because they're "nameless" to me.
One day this perverted individual will face the ultimate punishment for what he's done.
I also believe this sick individual will continue these outrageous acts if let out of prison. I believe what the Bible says: "As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth to his folly."
Children are a gift from God. But this man is of the Devil. I hope this abused little child will never have to lay eyes on him ever again and that she grows up healthy and cared for by people who truly love her and keep her safe from ever having to go through something like this ever again.
As for the "Beemer Monster," I hope he may never come in contact with another child as long as he lives, because he doesn't deserve that right any longer.
He certainly abused that privilege. I can't say, "I hope he learned something from this," because I don't believe he has. I think prison suits him, because that is exactly where he hopefully shall live out the rest of his life.