Anonymous takes on Maryville, MO for another rapey coverup

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anon walker, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. AnonInsight Member

    Hacking and any type of illegal actions started by Anons or any one else for that matter would only hurt this case and any other similar ones, I would have to side with RavenEyes here. The closed hearing that is going to be held later this afternoon will be decisive, and Special State Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker seems to me like someone more than qualified to be handling this case.

    I sincerely think that both Daisy and her mom should take a long break from the internet / social media / media in general. They both need healing and the trolling/baiting that they expose themselves too on those platforms is certainly not a solution.

    I wish them both the best for the future, but I certainly think that the Justice system and law enforcement will do a better job than any of us can do at solving this case.
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  2. Anonymous Member

    I feel for her mom. What a horrible scenario. We can pick out mistakes or what we think are errors but her family is the only peopl who can make decisions about what she does that will help her heal. She DOES need long term help, 3 suicide attempts are 3 too many. She is a young vulnerable horribly abused child.
    We raised awareness. We supported her. We exposed her rapists and pornographers. We aren't LE or lawyers or psychologists or priests. Social medial flame wars on her tormentors- there is nothing else I can think of.
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  3. Anonymous Member

    AnonPhysician here. People commit suicide (or attempt) due to a whole spectrum of mental disorders: depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, personality disorders, etc. Just sayin' it might not be PTSD.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    And the comments which pushed her over the edge at the weekend came from people she knew. The point is it's not as simple as switching off the computer.
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  5. Anonymous Member

    Very dodgy since one I saw named is also a teenage girl. Let them see their behaviour is not acceptable, but being a bigger bully isn't the answer.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    I agree. Sometimes being the bigger man/woman is far more effective than sinking to the level or lower than the perps.
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  7. RavenEyes Member

    Thanks, AnonDoctor. I mentioned PTSD in replying to the other poster who had called it that, but you're exactly right. She may not even have PTSD.
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  8. RavenEyes Member

    The decision:
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  9. RavenEyes Member

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  10. sallysock Member

    Second degree endangering the welfare of a child? WTF?
    I want to vomit.
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  12. sallysock Member

    Watching the feed- thanks RE. So much information. I feel less rage- just sadness that more couldn't (?) be done.
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  13. Anonymous Member

    Plead guilty- conviction will stay on record forever, restitution, community service, an apology.
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  14. Anonymous Member

    Defendant pleaded guilty to misdemeanor, and it was an agreed-upon charge/conviction that the victim and her mother participated in. He was given probation. It will be recorded as a conviction and will remain on his record forever. He is required to apologize to the defendant, and it was done in a manner where she will get it when she's ready for it. Prosecutor believes it was "genuine" and "heartfelt". In addition, he has to pay "significant" restitution to the victim, and the court will monitor. It is to provide her with mental health services, etc. In addition, he has 100 hours of community service.

    Victim wants to move forward. Mother wants this decision to bring closure to this case. (She wasn't present at court, but chose to remain with her hospitalized daughter.)

    Special Prosecutor says insufficient evidence to go forward on a sexual assault from previous investigations and their new investigation. The rape kit is part of the evidence. There was no video found.

    Plea discussion has been going on for well over a month, and has involved the victim and her mother.

    Yesterday was the two-year "anniversary" of the event.

    LE will not discuss her current medical/mental situation/state.

    Implore everyone to let the young victim to heal, to begin to write a new chapter in her young life. will soon have links to documents, including victim's and mother's statements.
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  15. RavenEyes Member

    After two years, it's time for the victim to have her wishes followed. It should be her agenda, and not Anon's, going forward.

    Let her heal, please.

    Edit: Quoted source

    I've said all I've had to say. My focus goes back to the many victims out there who are sexually assaulted on a daily basis. My heart is so sad for this victim and her family, and I hope she gets the peace to move on and heal. <3
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  16. System Member

    daisy i hope you do well have a happy and long life if i could giver her a hug i would
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  18. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Could Maryville Wikipedia page receive some love, the way Steubenville received ?
  19. Ann O'Nymous Member

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  20. tinfoilhatter Member

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  22. meep meep Member

    March 7, 2014

    Unheard of more like.
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  24. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Time, 09.01.2014:
    I cannot help finding it strange that she did that at the time she allegedly said she was happy with the outcome.
  25. Ann O'Nymous Member

    International Business Times, 19.10.2013:
    Seems odd the younger was sentenced for the assault, but not the older...
  26. meep meep Member

    Imagine the pain she suffered, people don't get over it when the abuser is punished. It doesn't change the pain they have been feeling.
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  27. RavenEyes Member

    I think, if I remember correctly, the younger one pleaded guilty and the older one pleaded not guilty at the time of indictment.
  28. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Agreed. Nevertheless, it sounds strange that she could at about the same time say that she is happy with the outcome and attempt suicide. Perhaps it was more her mother's opinion than her own.

    In my limited understanding, the fact that a suspect pleads guilty or not should not have an impact on the verdict. AFAIK, both cases were rather similar and should be treated in a similar way. It does not seem to be the case here.
  29. Anon1942 Member

    Political connections and money talks, justice walks.
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  30. RavenEyes Member

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  31. mojo Member

    Glad to see this -- I am just not getting these judges and perps who rape and get light sentences or non-sentences....if you're a victim and retaliate - there's no justice or worse and if you're a victim and do nothing you're blamed or re-victimized....WTF?

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