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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Kadetklapp, Mar 18, 2010.
Put him in an all HIV general population cellblock.
And the Federal Government took away the Texas law to put child molestors to death...
If he gets placed in a high custody type of facility things will get ugly for him.
Either he is or he is not... there is no "kinda" sodomized against his will, is there?
On a slightly related note... These people who do this should be executed... The victims in the below case, unlike the other one, bear some of the responsibility, but you gotta be a sick bastard to just run around doing this, knowing you could possibly be giving someone a death sentence..
Judge to HIV-positive suspect: Get a lawyer
By William J. Booher
FRANKLIN, Ind. An initial court hearing on new charges against a 47-year-old man for failure to warn sexual partners he is HIV-positive or has AIDS has been postponed until next week.
Judge Lance Hamner of Johnson Superior Court 3 and prosecutors at Thursday's scheduled initial hearing felt Tony Perkins should have legal representation on the 15 new Class D felony counts of failing to warn a sexual partner.
Hamner set the new initial hearing date for 9 a.m. March 25, allowing time for Perkins to receive legal representation.
Perkins, who remains in custody, was allowed to plead guilty without legal representation in an initial hearing in February to two counts of failure to warn. He is scheduled to be sentenced April 21 and faces up to six years in prison. He pleaded not guilty to one Class D felony count of intimidation at that hearing and a trial on that count is scheduled for June, said Johnson County Prosecutor Brad Cooper.
Defense attorney Daniel Vandivier, who is representing Perkins in the intimidation case, will be notified by the court to advise Perkins on the new charges. A Class D felony carries a sentence of six months to three years.