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Old 12-28-2011, 07:32 AM
 
Location: You know... That place
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I cannot click the links right now, so this may be answered in those links, but I have been wondering where the other 2 girls were when he was killing and mutilating their sister. Did they see the whole thing? Were they in another room? What did the girls say when they went home without their sister? The whole thing has made me have so many questions.
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Old 12-28-2011, 07:56 AM
 
Location: Chambersburg PA
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This is a sad story. The killer should & most likely will be killed in prison. An eye for a eye. The killer was not a registered sex offender. SICK **** !
May Aliahna RIP.
Yeah, he was NOT a registered sex offender. Yet that seems to be the focus of so many articles regarding her murder. The focus should be on her, the innocent child, not people who have paid their debt and are doing what the law requires. Let's hope people keep their pitchforks in check, and leave the sex offenders and their FAMILIES alone.
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Old 12-28-2011, 07:57 AM
 
Location: Chambersburg PA
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Goodness gracious alive ... this trailer park where Aliahna lived:

Northway Woods Trailer Park ... 54 lots with 25 occupied ... 15 registered sex offenders lived there ... men with multiple felony convictions for sexual abuse of a minor and child molestation.

Three fifths of the place was occupied by sex offenders ...seven other sex offenders live within two miles of the trailer park.
Imagine that, and they were ALL in compliance with the law and are not guilty of this crime. So, how did the registry protect her?
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Old 12-28-2011, 08:02 AM
 
Location: Chambersburg PA
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"Killing a little girl who is disabled, blind and deaf. On Christmas. I am speechless with complete disgust and contempt for a person this vile."

I am not sure if there is a word in Webster's that is even stronger than vile; however, vile certainly works for me.

Ironically, my colleague and I were discussing this topic in general; how there are people who are so twisted, sick, and/or not sick and twisted but know what they are doing and enjoy it [in my vocabulary, sick and twisted are appropriate]. Is it solely about power and control, at any length? Is it about knowing that children look up to adults with almost a reverence that some adults need to have, an acknowledgement that they are superior? I have no idea but whatever the reason[s], I believe that way too often it is not about psychological damage or brain chemistry being off somehow, I believe the offender knows exactly what they are doing AND enjoy the act[s] AND for those who do, clearly, imprisonment isn't going to change nor improve their perspective or belief and it certainly is not going to prevent another atrocity when [if] they are released.

One other comment in this thread about being a convicted sex offender but not registered...

I believe, like I was, that the majority of people would be stunned if they looked at the sex registries in their area; certainly there are some counties and states that are much more up to date w/their registries; however, not all are by a long shot.

As a real estate broker, I review the registry at least every 2 -3 months and I have my agent do the same - not to be inquisitive - it is important for our safety to have a sense of registered offenders. We are frequently asked to go to houses to talk to owners about listing their homes- certainly for the majority of the time that is exactly what happens. As well, there are times that we are called to meet a customer at a property or to schedule a showing and we do not know who we are meeting, if they do not come to the office first.

I believe strongly that neighbors, not for purposes of enciting riots [smile] but to give themselves a better sense of their neighbors. What is shocking however is how many offenders are NOT in compliance, it is noted that they are NOT in compliance and there is NO warrant issued; nor are they being supervised. In one county, there were approximately 33 registered offenders and only 10% were in full compliance. So, this is a mechanism to use but it is also not a guarantee for accuracy either.

It is despicable, it is atrocious and I wonder, is there something even worse than a gator pond?
Maybe if states were a bit more picky about who they register, it wouldn't be so much of a problem. However, in many states, peeing alongside a road, streaking, mooning, flashing, skinny-dipping, having sex in your car, and changing clothes in your car are all registerable offenses. Also, things such as 'indecent assault" are quite broad and can include accidentally bumping someone in a private area.
Real predators need to stay locked up
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Old 12-28-2011, 08:06 AM
 
Location: Indianapolis
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As a resident of Indiana i hope this murderer gets the death penalty *We still allow it in Indiana*
Sad story for the girl.
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Old 12-28-2011, 10:59 AM
 
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The story keeps changing. Now, it seems like the Mom sent the girls there for a WEEK?! No way! I thought, maybe it was some sort of dire emergency, and she was too sick to watch her kids, but a week?!

Either way, the guy is pond scum.
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Old 12-28-2011, 11:19 AM
 
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Jasper12, can alligators thrive in pond scum?
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Old 12-28-2011, 11:28 AM
 
Location: Indianapolis
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www.wane.com

Thats fort waynes local news if you want something more reliable than CNN or Fox news etc.
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Old 12-28-2011, 06:41 PM
 
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The story keeps changing. Now, it seems like the Mom sent the girls there for a WEEK?! No way! I thought, maybe it was some sort of dire emergency, and she was too sick to watch her kids, but a week?!

Either way, the guy is pond scum.
I have been trying to withhold my criticism of a mom who just lost her baby, but the more I read about this case the madder I get. I've had the flu, I believe most people have, and yes, it is miserable, but it's never so bad that I would ship my kids over some man's house to stay for a WEEK, trusted babysitter or not! And the stepfather was there, and worked nights, but his sleep was so precious and important to him that they were willing to sacrifice the safety of their children so he could get it! What kind of man is that? Is it so hard to get up off your lazy butt and sacrifice a few hours of sleep to help your wife with the kids while she's sick? To make it even worse, the little girl had special needs. Dealing with 3 average children is enough, but a child with physical and emotional problems and a man living in a convict-filled trailer park with no wife or children of his own? Really? AND the day the little girl went missing, the mother didn't even call to check on the kids ALL that day until I think 8:30 pm and discovered she was gone. Was she really that sick that she couldn't pick up a phone all day long? Or did she just not give a damn? Makes me wonder if she bothered to call all week.

He may not have been on the sex offender registry, but the very fact he was living there should have been the biggest, reddest flag they could see. I wish I could knock those people's stupid heads together. Too many people leaving their kids with anybody for their own convenience, and it is just unacceptable.
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Old 12-29-2011, 06:54 PM
 
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The mother had moved in the trailer to help her dad that was dying from emphysema. Apparently Michael Plumadore had been helping with the father prior to her arrival.

Before she arrived, she even asked her father if her children could be at risk for abuse from two specific men, including Plumadore. "He said, "No. They will not touch your children."
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