Tuesday, January 24, 2006
In 1997, Judge Suzanne DelVecchio handed down an eight-year prison sentence to a highly respected gym teacher who had pleaded guilty to raping two school girls. While delivering the sentence, the judge branded John A. Shockro a "sexual predator" and "a parent's worse nightmare" But when Gregory Pathiakis, 26, of the Boston suburb of Brockton recently stood before the same judge and pleaded guilty to raping a 15-year-old male student, Judge DelVecchio gave him no prison time for the assault.
That apparent double-standard has angered Brian Camenker, who is with the conservative group Article 8 Alliance. He points out that Judge DelVecchio, who one conservative columnist calls "Let 'em go DelVecchio" because of her history of lenient sentencing, was the keynote speaker at the Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Bar Association's annual dinner in 2000.
Camenker contends the problem of homosexual teachers in public schools has gotten out of control -- particularly in his own state. He says that according to one parent he has conversed with, there are some elementary schools in his community where all of the male teachers are homosexual. [time to get this garbage out of all levels of academia]
"And we're seeing more and more of that," he adds. "I know in my own kids' school, the numbers of teachers who identify themselves as homosexual is probably ten times the number of homosexuals in the population."
Earlier this month, a homosexual teacher in Maynard, Massachusetts, was arrested for sexually assaulting a student over a three-year period. Since the arrest, the teacher has been accused of abuse by five other alleged victims, including a police officer. Also this week, a homosexual teacher in Wisconsin was given merely a $1,000 fine and community service for sexually assaulting one of his students.
And then they call the Boy Scouts intolerant and full of hate...
Get this garbage of homos and pro-homos out of academia.