[Vision2020] Coe transferredtospecialcommitmentcenteronMcNeilIsland
sunilramalingam at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 9 17:24:27 PDT 2006
Duncan is alleged to be a serial killer as well as a child molester. You
claim he's close to average for a sex offender and then claim I'm being
obtuse? Please! That's a ridiculous position to take. No, it's asinine,
Please do not compare murder to molestation and claim they're the same.
Most people can tell they're two separate crimes, with the former being
I don't think the only practice providing treatment to sex offenders, which
is based in Clarkston, would come here to provide treatment to one person.
If I'm wrong, which is possible, then there would be no reason to let Sitler
out for treatment. If they won't come here, then this is a reason to allow
him to go to Clarkston for treatment.
It's obtuse to claim Coe is having his way when he is going to the facility
where the state wishes to keep him what appears to be the rest of his life,
in order to prepare for the hearing that will determine his future.
Actually, prison provides numerous opportunities to victimize others.
>From: "J Ford" <privatejf32 at hotmail.com>
>To: vision2020 at moscow.com
>Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Coe
>Date: Sat, 09 Sep 2006 16:05:46 -0700
>Ok, now you're being purposefully obtuse. There is no way I can say,
>without taking a poll, what provider would be willing, or not, to go to the
>jail and offer treatment. What I can say is that the ones I have talked to
>in a casual manner, have said they have never been asked by the court, they
>have just been asked or ordered to provide the "treatment" and told the
>prisoner will come to them. And no, I will not provide those names as you
>know very well that confidentiality prohibits me from doing that.
>Coe, through his attorney, requested that he be transferred out of Spokane
>to a specific facility. It was COE's choice and the court went with it.
>Duncan is more along the lines of the average molester than you'd like to
>admit. Difference is, he got caught. Whether they kill their victims or
>kill what childhood the victim may have had, the violator has committed a
>deadly sin and should be punished accordingly. Penny's idea of sentencing
>them to 25-life right out of the gate makes more sense than 15, with time
>off for "good" behavior. How else are they gonna act in prison than "good"
>since there is no opportunity to victimize anyone?
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