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Uhh did anybody else get the ad with two little girls that said “love has no labels” right under this dudes mugshot...? Horrible ad placement wtf
Edit: 1, thanks for the gold! 2, for everyone saying it’s a targeted ad based on my search history, it’s a website promoting acceptance and inclusion across ppl of all race, religion, sexual orientation, etc. I did give back gifts for Christmas with my family this year and the website has a donation page for disaster relief so I think that’s why the ad popped up for me
I agree, it wasn't the best ad to appear on an article referencing child molestation. https://imgur.com/HAt5muN.jpg
Wtf ? Mine was an ad for buying trucks lol
Mine was for buying stock in legal weed businesses.
Well, a heavy majority of ads these days are targeted to users based on their search and browser history...
What the hell have you been doing to your truck dude
What are they possibly advertising for? I really don’t want to click mine and have that ad on every page I open
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That sounds awful.
At least it doesn’t have anything to do with pedo-sympathy. That shit is awful
Wtf I was 100 percent sure it would be a tagless clothing line. A lot of children with sensory issues hate clothing tags.
Three other inmates had serious injuries, and two staff members had minor injuries.
I wonder if he was targeted because of his crimes, or due to gang affiliations.
It could be the seven attackers didn't stop when staff intervened and thus the extra injuries.
My assumption as well.
Could he have also been killed because he wasn't done giving testimony and info up as part of a future sentence reduction?
No. Anyone anywhere near his case would have been kept away from him. He was probably beaten to death simply because he was a child molester (in the eyes of fellow inmates, they wouldn't care that he never actually touched anyone). Maybe he popped off at the mouth at the wrong time.
Edit: I live like 15 miles from this facility and violence there isn't common from what I hear.
Most likely the crime. According to the prison documentaries I watch other criminals don't like crimes against children.
Plenty of violent guys in prison that are dads that love their kids.
From the stories I heard of friends who are ex-inmates, they really hate
rapers rapists and obviously ones that are involving underage victims.
These kinds of people are the bottom (probably literally) of the chain in most prisons here.
Edit: Proper english
The word you're looking for is rapists. You had me thinking that getting a rap going would get you beat up.
I wonder why that sounds so weird. Totally forgot the word 'rapist'. English is my second language. Thanks for correcting though.
No problem. English is full is random exceptions that don't make any sense. It can be annoying even as a native speaker.
TBF many other languages do this too. It seems like the most common verbs tend to have irregular rules. No clue why. Maybe greater usage makes them drift from grammatical norms.
Edit - I'm wondering if 'rapist' is actually irregular at all. I'm thinking we use the suffix -ist to describe habitual behaviours or professions. Artist, stylist, machinist, Communist, etc
THere no explanation we know of, but the best one Ive read is that its just a way to show they are "not that bad" and actually believe in something in regards to morality, like "Yes Im a violent criminal, but I have standards".
There is also the reasonning "If I deserve prison for my crimes that were far lesser, then HE deserves a lot more than just prison, probably death".
Yes, nobody quite so judgmental as the people in prison.
Except of course, when it comes to themselves, their own crimes, and their victims.
My mom knew a guy that was in and out of prison, one thing he always said was "the worst person to be in prison is a person that did anything to hurt a child"
I don't know how credible it is, but it makes sense one thing we as humans, criminals or not, can agree on is don't mess with defenseless children.
Edit : a few people have pointed out that this could be seen as a "at least I'm better than someone here" mentality and I agree to that. I want to think that there's a noble code but some people just have no morals and I have to admit that.
I used to live down the street from a Sheriff Deputy who worked at a prison before becoming a Deputy - he always told people that most people don’t care what you did to get in prison, they just want to do their time and get out.
The only exception was if you hurt kids, soldiers, or dogs/cats. Then you were practically begging for solitary or similar treatment.
Edit: As I explained to another commenter:
As I think back about it, this was said to me sometime between 2002 and 2005, when is patriotism seemed to be pretty high (at least it was where I lived).
Kids are really the only main one. I've never heard anyone say anything about soldiers or animals.
As I think back about it, this was said to me sometime between 2002 and 2005, when is patriotism seemed to be pretty high (at least it was where I lived).
That might explain the soldier part, but no idea about the animals part.
My husband's younger sister was killed by his mother's boyfriend, I think he said she was two or three? My mother-in-law was the head cook at the prison where the boyfriend was sent, so she (obviously) was transferred out.
A few years later, he had to be transferred to another prison, and one day overlapped, it was the first time she had seen him in years. Said he looked god awful, and word spreads fast, people already knew what he had done.
Which makes me wonder, is it the staff 'accidentally' allowing that information to slip? Or what? I mean, the human in me feels bad about his treatment, but watching my family suffer almost 40 years later because of it? I sorta feel vindicated. And terrible for it.
I never understand how so much information leaks in prison and how so many gangs are allowed to form and communicate
You get "checked" by other inmates. You are allowed legal documents from your case with you and if you do not show another inmate your paperwork if they ask to see it they will assume you are trying to hide your crime.
I was done with criminal law very early on in my career so I stayed away from most of that. A couple of years ago I defended a guy in a civil suit where a few of his victims were suing him for damages. I sent my costs agreement to him which had no real detail about the case. Just my hourly rates, expenses, all that stuff. It probably had a heading that said something like "Defence of Injury Claim".
He was furious at me during our next phone conference. Told me I could've got him killed and that you don't want to have stuff like that in prison.
They ask for your papers.
If you don't show them, it's because you have something to hide.
Prison gangs have nothing but time, and many of them are incredibly clever. Short of locking them in a cell 23 hours a day, you can't really do much to stop them, and you can't just lock everyone in a (smaller)closet for no reason. Even in prison.
Most you can do is react and adapt to how they do their business, but never fully stop it for too long.
Information leaks about other prisoners is childs play. Many gangs walking on the streets are ran from leaders in prison.
The higher the ratio of inmates to guards the more the guards have to work with the inmates to just keep things from devolving. Also people with lots of free time and little to lose can exhibit remarkable creativity.
My ex husband was caught with child porn and went to jail. The day he went his lawyer literally told him to tell everyone he was there for multiple DUI’s because it’s a similar jail sentence time and that once anyone knew what his real crime was he was doomed. He would write me letters saying how scared he was anyone would find out. Eventually, a guard must have told someone because he wrote how suddenly he could feel how the inmates were just waiting for a chance to hurt him. Eventually I got out of the fog and left him, before he even got out of jail in fact, but I’ll never forget reading the fear in his letters and thinking he’s so much of a piece of shit that even in jail he’s the lowest of them all. If anything, reading how the inmates hated him helped me see how him and his family were manipulating me into thinking what he did “wasn’t so bad”. Thanks inmates!
God damn... I'm glad to hear that you have moved on from that stage in your life! Keep it up!
Worked with an ex con in high school. He said alot of guys he knew would risk time added to their sentence to take a shot at the child molesters. He was a nice dude. Works as a pastor or something now.
I once heard the description that sex crimes, especially children, seem to almost damage the soul of the victim. Physically they may be fine after and their physical wounds do heal. However, they will never be the same after. Almost like a piece of what makes you you has changed.
It hasn't happened to me, but I have known some survivors and that description has always stuck with me. I am in favour of the scum getting the shit kicked out of them but not to death. They shouldn't be able to escape like that.
As someone who was molested as a child, yep. All of that. Who knows if I'd been a happier person if that hadn't occurred. We'll never know.
I have no love for pedophiles and rapists. They can all rot in a pit for all I care.
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Well that sucks....
Christian Maire was involved in an "altercation" Wednesday at the Milan detention center, about 50 miles southwest of Detroit, the U.S. Bureau of Prisons said.
No details of the fight were released. But the government said Maire's death was being investigated as a homicide. He was from Binghamton, New York. Three other inmates had serious injuries, and two staff members had minor injuries.
"They hunted girls. They lied to girls. They manipulated girls. ... And they did so repeatedly, for years, victimizing more than 100 girls, only a fraction of whom have been positively identified," Assistant U.S. Attorney Kevin Mulcahy said in a court filing when he requested a life sentence for Maire.
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Holy shit, I drive past this place all the time
the ring abused girls from 10 years old to 17 and made one girl fuck her dog. I don't feel bad for this guy.
fucked her dog! what the actual fuck I didnt think making child porn could get any more fucked up. jesus christ that poor kid
Having come across that shit (and reporting it immediately) I bet the idea is "It's already illegal, so what's a little bestiality?"
How tf do you just come across that
There was a reason for the changes.
I’ve gone from looking at revealing celebrity pictures, clicking on a user, and going straight to shit I can’t unsee.
Actually I thought I was on a legal tube site and they either knew about it or they didn't (and were therefore hacked), but if you clicked the logo at the top of the page it redirected you to a hidden section of the site.
I know, right, how tf does it exist? There are rotten people in rotten places. Unfortunately, other people have to live around that.
I read one story of a guy who pirated what he thought to be GTA5 but it was actually 10 gigabytes of child pornography. He wiped his pc and then destroyed it according to that post.
Lotta things on the internet...
"I never thought I could sink this low. I apologize to all of my victims," Maire said.
Well, now he's gonna sink about 6 feet lower.
Two wrongs don’t make a right, but I find it really difficult to feel any sympathy for the guy.
it is not about sympathy for the guy, it is about a prison and justice system that doesn't protect people in its custody.
if they can murder this guy without consequence, it means they can murder without consequence. perhaps next time folks won't be fine with who the victim is.
If you ever go to prison for child anything. They tell you to lie about what your in for. 👀
Crooked guards will just let people know the true reasons people like that are in there
It doesn't even take crooked guards. It's pretty fucking easy to find out what someone is in for.
In most cases a person's crime once convicted is public record. All you have to do is ask someone on the outside to Google the person for you and boom you know what they're in for. No matter what your cellmate tells you you're gonna wanna know if they're telling the truth.
Edit: I read several accounts of prisoners doing this as soon as they got into prison so that's where I got this from. Yes I know some inmates have contraband phones but they're not supposed to.
See that just seems draconian to me. In my country there is a law called right to complete privacy act, this avoids mob-mentality and ensures once the person convicted of a crime is free they can get on with their life, prisons are a way of reform and it’s not on the public to do the governments job of ensuring people are reformed and safe or vice versa. It seems so backwards to me that people are put on systems and the public can see what you’ve done. But that’s just my opinion, I live in Norway by the way.
Our system is designed specifically to fuck you over after prison. "Have you ever been convicted of a crime?" is a totally legal question and is on every single job application, and 99% of the time answering anything other than "no" gets your resume thrown in the trash.
Yep. I’ve seen this happen actually.
Pretty much a death sentence for some people.
So guards have the power to kill by leaking information, whether it’s true or not.
They are like some kind of weird medieval third world prison camps. Not what one would expect from a modern civilized society. And a breeding ground for gangs like MS-13, when many have to join gangs simply for protection and survival.
And like the ongoing criminal law enforcement crisis, politicians and the media almost always remain silent on the issue.
Not to mention wrongly imprisoned people An innocent person getting murdered in prison for a crime they didn't commit is not at all ok
and what if we find out he's innocent in 20 years?
Damn I was reading this case for the first time and got to this part:
Jackson recalled witness statements establishing that Willingham was overheard whispering to his deceased older daughter at the funeral home, "You're not the one who was supposed to die." Jackson stated that Willingham's comment was an indicator of guilt.
And I thought yeah, thats a little weird... then I kept reading
In a rebuttal, Grann wrote, If the arson investigators had concluded that there was no scientific evidence that a crime had occurred — as the top fire investigators in the country have now determined — Willingham's words at the funeral would surely be viewed as a sign that he was tormented by the fact that he had survived without saving his children.
And then it got me how fucking hard it must've been for him, damn.
I've been watching "innocent man" on Netflix. Innocent guy got no apology from the prosecutor who put him on death row, because "I was just doing my job, I'm not going to apologize for doing my job".
i can understand that from a practical and legal standpoint. admitting fault can lead to a slew of repercussions. on a personal level i find it reprehensible.
But, the municipality pays for the repercussions, not the prosecutor. And the prosecutor hid exculpatory evidence. It would have been the town that paid any money, regardless.
And, in that case, the guy who did it was a drug dealer working with the police who investigated the case. Like, he was selling drugs on the behalf of the police, not as an informant.
He may be innocent of being the "ringleader" in 20 years, sure, but that doesn't change the fact that he admitted to being involved and doing these types of things to many girls. That just shifts his level of degree of involvement slightly, it doesn't remove his involvement completely just because he may have not been the ringleader. Did you even read the article?
Maire disputed that he was the ringleader but told a judge in December that he had "shattered so many lives."
"I never thought I could sink this low. I apologize to all of my victims," Maire said.
Don't you usually put these kinda offenders in protective custody? like with exclusively non violent offenders? not make their crimes public in the prison, give em a fake story?
I had a buddy that went to prison... He was in a bit over a decade ago.
He told me that the guards would sometimes let several of the smokers they “liked” into the outdoor area when the pedos (who had their own dorm) had their separate meal times.
The prison staff would occasionally give them a few cigarettes to share, and they’d also conveniently leave some small piles of rocks along an outdoor path from their dorm to the cafeteria.
What the smoker inmates did with those rocks to the procession of pedos walking to the cafeteria was entirely up to them.
I fucking hate pedos, but this honestly seems like an incredibly fucked up thing for guards to do. In a civilized society, the jail term itself is the punishment, not beatings from inmates.
That's how we have our jail system setup, there's an incentive to dehumanize the inmates as much as possible and for those in authority positions to push for this as hard as they can. It would take a total reform and willingness to actually commit(financially and culturally) to rehabilitation over sheer punishment to change any of this.
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Eh...I don't think we need to investigate that and I'm cool with letting that shit slide.
It's incredible to me how split people can be over this. It's quite scary.
There are nurses in mental wards who have locked patients into shower stalls and scald them with boiling water. Just for being annoying, crazy, or incontinent.
Institutional power turns men into monsters. Beating a pedophile to death is nothing.
agreed. this is how law and society works. so strange how there are a lot of vengeful weirdos in these comments trying to out-badass each other. did they never take a government class in high-school?
there was a case in the UK a while back where some teens beat their neighbor to death and set him on fire because they suspected he was a pedo. he was actually just a normal business owner, above-board citizen in all respects who'd had his neighbors turn against him. a lot of the commenters here seem like the type of people who would rush to vengeful judgement and beat an innocent man to death. they're so eager to find someone they can look down upon, someone they can hurt.
they're so eager to find someone they can look down upon, someone they can hurt
That would also happen to describe those jailers who are in collusion with the inmate-beaters well – sickos abusing their position to victimize and dehumanize others, with little to no repercussions. Same deal with violent cops.
I don't know if it's the same one, but there was a dude near me who had his home broken into and beat to death for being a pedo. Turns out it was mistaken identity. He looked a bit like some picture that had been doing the rounds on Facebook.
From what I understand, prisoners sometimes have ways of getting to people in protective custody if they are organized and/or determined enough (or the guards let a door hang open a few seconds too long). Lying about your charges is neither advisable nor plausible. If other prisoners find out you lie they'll take that personally, and they have contact with people on the outside who can look another prisoner up to see what their charges were and if their case was public. Usually prisoners are given papers that show their charges, and other prisoners will often ask them to present their papers. Some prisons made a half-assed attempt to conceal sex offenders' and informants' charges by lopping off the part of their papers that showed their charges... but it's kind of a red flag when only certain people have their papers altered.
Keep in mind though that different security levels of prison also have varying levels of violence and gang activity. It also supposedly varies wildly from state to state. California famously has super violent state prisons with lots of gang activity and racial segregation, but it's not like that everywhere. California also notably recently ended their protective custody program and threw all of the "at-risk" inmates in with the general population because their special segregated prisons apparently got infiltrated by gangs.
Source: watched too many prison documentaries
As a prison guard I can tell you that child molesters are targeted by the prison population. Most of the time they’re put into segregation unit or housed with prisoners of a similar crime. Solitary isn’t an acceptable practice under ACA rules. Additionally guards aren’t supposed to know why a person is in prison. If the guards know they can apply their biases toward prisoners. For example turning a blind eye to a child molester getting beat to death. Fights happen and the prisoners are quite adept at figuring out how to beat distract any particular guard. The normal procedure is the homicide will be investigated and any prisoners found to be apart of it will face new charges any guard found to be complicate ( including negligent) will also face charges.
What state doesn't allow COs to know the inmate's offenses? When I was a CO one of the first things you saw when you looked up any inmate was their charges.
My wife is a prison nurse, both her and the COs around her know as well.
I have been told most child molesters group together with the other child molesters to attempt to stay safter from the general population.
I've unfortunately spent some time in correctional facilities at varying levels, aside from initial intake and processing child predators are housed with their kind at every level I've ever experienced.
probably the same way I'm not "allowed" to know what scripts a pharmacy patient is on. nothing's stopping me other than knowing I'm not supposed to know.
I worked as an 911 EMT for 3 years and my station was the closest one in our city to the state prison. Even I could see the charges my inmates/patients had. Shit was right on there face sheets
It’s probably a policy rather than a practice. Like they don’t say “This is prisoner 578221 serving 10 years for armed theft” on a wrap sheet or database available to your standard guard. However it would be ignorant to think that the prisoners and guards don’t talk, and that the first question they ask “so what are you in here for?”
That’s not accurate for the federal system. I work at another federal prison and we can easily find out what their crimes are. I doubt the staff was in on it, because why would they risk everything to kill one child molestor when they’ve had thousands there before and after him?
OP’s comment is off for a number of reasons. The biggest red flag is that he refers to himself as a “prison guard” and not a Correctional Officer(CO). That is absolutely not modern terminology for CO’s in the US.
I’m not one to outright accuse someone of lying for the most part, but then again this is the internet and people do make up stories to either push an agenda or gain popularity, or both.
Having worked as a garbage man, a secretary, and a stewardess, I don't know what you mean.
How does other prisoners figures out that X person is a child molester?
I read on reddit that when you get to prison, people are gonna ask to see your paperwork, which lists your crime. This is apparently not something you can refuse.
They give you a copy of your papers which outlines your convictions etc. when you enter population. If you want to sit down at at a table to eat they’ll ask to see your papers first. Your cell-y(dude you share a cell with) will ask to see your papers. If you don’t show them they’ll assume the worst and you’ll have to eat standing up against the wall with the rest of the rapists/child molesters
Wait... Aren't prisoner's charges part of public record?
Turns out he served a life sentence.
All this aside, I find it completely disgusting that this guy leads a pedophile ring and gets sentenced to 40 years. Imo, punishment for this crime should be on par with first degree murder and there should not be a world where this person should have received anything less than a life sentence.
Sometimes there is a gray area -an 18 year old looking at a picture of a 17 year old. But this is adults making children have sex with dogs. Fuck them.
Honestly that loophole has bothered me forever. It's archaic. In some states it's legal for a 50 year old man to have sex with a 16 year old girl to his heart's content because that's the age of consent, but if that same girl sent a topless picture to an 18 year old guy he'd be going to prison for possession of child pornography and she would be charged with the distribution of child pornography. Why is it legal to have sex with them but not look at them? Should it be one or the other? Either both legal or both illegal?
Broken af. That what you've described is how it works in the UK. With sexting being labelled in our schools as this evil and brutal crime that will land you years behind bars. In fact no one gives a shit unless you decide to leak them or post them online like a moron.
Because generally there is no logic applied to sex law in a lot of states. Why is prostitution illegal, but paying porn actors to preform isn't?
In many states, it's illegal to have sex with a girl under 16... unless you're married to her, which you can do with her parent's consent. Some have exceptions for pregnancy, meaning knock up an 11 year old and find a judge willing to do it, and you're good.
There are currently organizations pushing to outlaw it, because it can and has been used to marry little girls and boys off to older people who either pay the parents or have too much sway over them.But many state legislators have refused on religious grounds, e.g. Chris Christie in 2017. They say it's so that if a 16 year old knocks up a 14 year old or something, they can get married. (As if that's a good solution to teen pregnancy, and they can't possibly just live unmarried for a while.)
But the majority of underage girls are knocked up by men in their 20s and older, not other teens. And there have unfortunately been plenty of cases of literal children married to older people, because they were raped but their parents are hard-line religious nuts who don't believe their children, or they were groomed and are convinced that they do in fact care for that person.
which is why I liked to bring up that here (in Germany) the example you mentioned (a 16 year old sending a topless picture to her 18 year old boyfriend) would literally not be illegal (it would only become illegal if the latter is "distributing" it publicly). which makes all the sense in the world to me.
I agree, there is a grey area. This case is not one of them, like you said.
Should have been sentenced to life without parole. (He got what he deserved, but I'm speaking solely about his sentencing)
I just have to wonder if he might have died knowing names and others involved. He deserved worse and to be used as an agent to maybe find and destroy others like him.
Kids having sex with dogs? I’m glad I didn’t read the article. This is horrendous. Fuck this guy.
Well, you should've, because he's a bit misleading. They convinced kids and teens over the internet to do stuff. Basically they catfished with fake profiles of young boys, and talked them into doing sexual stuff for them on webcams. Terrible though it is, to my knowledge they weren't accused, let alone charged, with any physical crimes as most of the comments section seems to believe.
Not sure where the dog thing comes from; I didn't see that in this article nor the other two when this was posted earlier in the week.
There's plenty of laws that accept that a moderate difference in age is fully acceptable in Maryland, for example, the age of consent is 14, assuming that there is no less than a four year age gap between the pair. While that does open up the kind of scary idea of a 14-year-old and an 18-year-old it does state 4-year difference as the maximum.
I think the general idea is if kids meet in high school it's okay.
I think they are usually called Romeo and Juliet laws.
Romeo and Juliet laws should honestly be in a lot more places.
This is pretty much spot on. Death sentence does not necessarily reduce crime as much as we'd like to think, but I can imagine how it would reduce the chance of survival of the victims - they'd target and kidnap kids with a certain profile and they'd be gone forever.
Death sentence does not necessarily reduce crime as much as we'd like to think
People judge risk weirdly. If the risk is too high, they think it'll never happen to them. Huge jail sentences and the death sentence may actually increase the risk of people committing crimes, because of our weird mental biases.
The whole, "let's not turn this rape into a murder"
one of the reasons rape and robbery are no longer capital crimes
Isn't first degree murder 25 years?
I don't understand how 40 years can be construed as anything but an insanely long time to be in prison.
I was watching a prison documentary and something an inmate said stuck out to me. He said (paraphrased) "Alota crimes get you respect and fear. Fears good cause no one will mess you with. As hard as it may seem to belive even the worst people have boundaries. We don't tolerate crimes against children. That's the line, Rob kill cheat, whatever but don't do it to a child."
The comment section is a good indication to why justice should never be trusted with the layman person.
It's a great example of why most people shouldn't be involved with decisions of any significance.
we as a society have sentenced people to death for crimes we can now prove they didn't commit at all.
We are in no way perfect, but the justice system has to work out through our means, not a random "prison lynching". If we sentence the guy to something less than death then he shouldn't die in prison.
If you don't like the fact he only got sentenced to less than death then let's change the system, not slip a pack of cigarettes to a random prison gang and then cheer when rape and murder happens.
And nothing of any value was lost.
Good riddance to bad rubbish.
Exactly. My first thought when I read that headline was “good”.
I’ve told this story before but it was a while ago.
I used to be the night shift charge nurse in a 1100 inmate capacity jail. I worked in the infirmary. I oversaw the other nurses (mostly LPN’s) and made sure they got all their shit done and did meds for inmates in the infirmary. I also saw inmates who needed minor stuff done like wound care etc.
Anyway, one night we get a call from the SHU (segregation housing unit) about an altercation between two inmates. There is NEVER two inmates out at the same time in this housing unit. Guy 1 is out of his cell, getting clean towels and sheets and cleaning his cell etc. Guy 2 bum rushes him out of no where (turns out he figured out how to escape his cell). After the deputy figures out what is going on and gets back up, Guy 1 is pretty beat up.
They bring him over to me to see if he is majorly hurt. He’s not, mostly just bruising, black eye and a few cuts.
They then bring Guy 2 over because they need me to check his hands for wounds. I said to guy 2 “the fuck you do that for?!”
And what he says to me? “He touched fucking kids. He deserved it. I should have killed him.”
There’s that old saying, there is honor among thieves. They will fucking kill you if they find out you’re a child rapist. I don’t condone what he did at all, but it happens a lot more than you think.
Why does it seem like pedophiles are so common nowadays? Is it because they get reported on so much or what?
Better reporting and less willingness to cover it up by the families of victims. That, and the digital age has made it far easier to catch them. Everything from DNA evidence to digital CCTV.
Technology has been advancing significantly these past decades, so I’d assume it’s become sorta easier to track down these types of criminals.
Things like Cybersecurity and ethical hacking has become much more prominent these days as well.
It could also be the fact that children are finally stepping up and reporting these problems since cell phones are within anyone’s grasp compared to before.
I'm not going to lose sleep over this guy's death but it's not right for the government to allow people to be hurt or especially killed while in their custody. What if it was someone wrongfully accused and innocent of the crime for which they were placed in custody?
I prefer prisons to mobs and pitchforks, is all im saying