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Monday, January 13, 2014

Double standards in the justice system. A dangerous concept.

Cop gets 20-day sentence for sex with girl, 15

A Kingston Police officer who had sex with a 15-year-old girl last summer at a friend’s home has been sentenced to 20 days of jail on weekends and probation for 18 months.
Curtis Borel, 39, a father of four who was married to another police officer at the time, was scheduled to begin a three-day trial Wednesday on a charge of sexual interference and two December violations of his bail conditions.

However, after discussions with his lawyer, Clyde Smith, the suspended constable – a 10-year veteran of the local police service – opted to instead plead guilty to a single charge of touching a person under 16 for a sexual purpose.

Assistant Crown attorney Mike Lunski subsequently withdrew the breach charges, which involved Borel’s consumption of alcohol and events that the judge was told were related to his apprehension and hospitalization in December under the Mental Health Act.

Lunski, a Hastings County Crown attorney was brought in from Belleville, Ont., to prosecute the case because his office does not routinely deal with Kingston Police and Borel was unknown to him.

In addition to jail and probation, Judge D. Kent Kirkland ordered that Borel be included on the sex offender information registry for 10 years. But he declined to make a supplemental order requested by Lunski that would have barred Borel from working or volunteering in any position of trust or authority over young people during that time.

In explaining his decision, the judge said he accepted the characterization of Borel’s crime, agreed on by both lawyers -- that it was opportunistic rather than predatory.

Kirkland was told that together with the drinking there was dancing and eventually Borel took the 15-year-old by the hand and led her upstairs, where they had what the teen later claimed to police was consensual sex.

Under the law, however, persons under 16 years of age can’t consent to sexual relations with adults.
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 This is just  one example, the "elitist" is comprise of many others, politician, bureaucrats, journalist, the rich, so on...
 
As you keep on reading, one finds that all kinds of excuses are put forward to minimize it...
Now, to keep it simply, let me ask...
What if it was someone else?
1; lifetime on the sex registry.
2-years in jail.
3-would of been called pedoes and sexual deviants...
4- child abuser
So on...
 
When a system has two laws, one for them and one for the rest, it begins a process of an elitist clan, if you look at history, american revolution, the french one, the russian, the chinese, so on, the elite clan never stops at one, they eventually keep on adding special laws for themselves, and the resentment grows for the rest...one only has to see this in the comments of the story above.
This festers to a point where the population grows more and more resentful of those who believe they are put here to rule over others, when they cant even rule over themselves.
 
For anyone else, this was the rape of a child, but since it was a cop, the word "consensual" made its way into the conversation?...and let's not forget providing alcohol to a minor...
Special treatment, not only invite resentment of the bad ones, but also the good, every one of them eventually, is seen as all the same, and that is unfortunate, there are those who understand the position they hold, but are identified the same as those who abuse it.
 
There are those in society who are expected to live by a higher standard of ethical standards, role models for the youth, so on, if they don't then the word corruption is openly sited to describe their behaviour...
And once that word is permanent in the Psyche of a nation, then the rest is history....
If you want stability, those who uphold justice must follow the rules they enforce, if they do not, if they are perceived as special and unanswerable to it, you invite chaos, crime, immoral behaviour, and eventually, someone comes along and offers another way, through revolutions, or some system that take it all away...and that never turns out the way we expected...
 
Democracy is a fragile concept, history is full of examples of those who believed they were special, only to find out, they were not...


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