Decades in prison for child pornography, again and again
So, what's in the news today?
Back in February 2008, the spokesman for the Department of Children and Families, Al Zimmerman (40), was arrested in Florida for child pornography charges. He was also involved with the Republican party and was awaiting sentencing which could be as much as 120 years in prison.
Al Zimmerman was convicted and given a prison sentence of 24 years. Not anywhere near the maximum but 24 years is still plenty. Even if he gets out of prison after 24 years, where is he going to go? Not only will he have a felony record, but he will be marked in the sex offender registry for the rest of his life, meaning he can't find a job or a place to live, not even a homeless shelter.
In Wayne County, NY, Anthony C. Howe Sr. (45) of Newark was indicted with three counts of knowingly receiving child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography. He is facing 10 to 15 years in prison for each case of child porn, but is set to a maximum of 20 or 40 years in New York, depending on the type of child porn case.
Kind of like Arizona, except Arizona doesn't have a maximum limit so a high school is now facing a 200 year prison sentence for child pornography.
Nevertheless, Anthony Howe is screwed beyond belief. Even if he gets out of prison, he will suffer the same fate as a registered sex offender and is better off going back to prison or following the suicide path.
You better think again and again before you follow the suicidal paths of these deranged right-wingers like Steve Sailer.