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#415 - elcreepo
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(05/04/2013) [-]
My uncle went to prison for drunk driving (not the greatest guy in the world), and while he was there he told me he saw a guy who was constantly being harassed and beaten up by the other inmates, who generally left my uncle alone because he was a big guy and he'd just made a mistake of driving drunk.

Turns out, when my uncle asked around he found out that the guy was a vice principal of an elementary school and had been sent to prison for fiddling the pickles of at least half a dozen elementary school boys.
#207 - dashgamer
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(05/03/2013) [-]
They should have slit his throat.
They should have slit his throat.
#591 - jakeattack
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(05/04/2013) [-]
hilarious though when you are such an asshole that even people in prison think you are a horrible person.
#691 to #591 - lolsrsslybro
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i wouldn't be surprised. not everyone in prison is a a heartless thug. you can go to jail for stealing or drug trafficking and stuff; it doesn't necessarily mean you have no morals. i could also easily understand someone murdering out of anger.

molesting a child is another level of ****** up.
#692 to #691 - jakeattack
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(05/04/2013) [-]
true very true my man.
#425 - irockhard
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**irockhard rolled a random image posted in comment #6 at Hanako Sketch ** Katie's fw
#259 - ddemiddon
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(05/03/2013) [-]
My dad used to work in a prison, he would tell me all sorts of horror stories about how he saw a few rapists get cut up. He would talk about how he wishes they could separate the rapists from everyone else, not because he felt bad for them, but because he was tired of the warden whining about it. It's weird, you know? How even killers have some honor. My dad said that raping someone is one of the worst things you can do to someone. At least when you kill them they won't have nightmares about it. He said when you take someone's innocence like that you lose your honor. Even if you kill someone you at least finish the job. I don't respect murderers, but honor is something they have. It's a crime of passion, rape isn't. I guess I lost my point, but I just think it's funny how there are the scum of the earth, the serial killers, murderers, cop killers, and even then there are some mother ******* who are even below them.
#303 to #259 - anon
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(05/03/2013) [-]
Really? I'd rather get raped than killed.

''Oh no a uninvited penis, now I can never ever ever ever enjoy ANYTHING ever in life, nope, no joy, nothing even tastes good, don't even enjoy breathing, nothing nope, never nope nope nope nope''

You only live ******* once, **** happens and you get past it and move on and continue with your ever so painful endavour of enjoying life just a little bit before you die.
#314 to #303 - ddemiddon
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(05/03/2013) [-]
That's just what my father said. I just imagine every time you feel alone, you'd get a sinking feeling you're not. Some people are different than others, I knew someone who attempted suicide three times, at least six months between each time because she was raped by her dad
#309 to #259 - anon
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I'm not sure you had a point to begin with. I mean, read what you just wrote - just read over it.
Rape is not worse than murder, yes you are traumatised, yes you are badly messed up in the head, but you are alive; you severely lack a life when you are murdered. If you are so traumatised that you later take your own life, then so be it - in not being murdered you can make that choice.
And more importantly, rape victims can and often do recover - unless I'm missing something a murder victim cannot recover. Their life is over - gone forever. There is a reason murder consistently carries a harsher sentence than rape.
And "honor is something they have", really? Seriously? There is no honour in murderers whatsoever, murderers do not have honour - I can hardly believe you actually wrote that. If they had honour, they wouldn't be murdering someone. They went out of their way to snuff out someones right to life; that is not honourable and it is not a crime of passion.
#320 to #309 - ddemiddon
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(05/03/2013) [-]
I'm just gonna refer you to the other comment, and it wasn't my opinion, it was my dad's. I'm too tired to brain today, sorry if I made it sound like my own.
#327 to #320 - anon
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(05/03/2013) [-]
That's fine, but when you can brain just think about what your Dad's opinion; maybe he has a point for child rapists, but not your average run-of-the-mill rapist.
#334 to #327 - ddemiddon
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(05/03/2013) [-]
I guess I meant to say rapist, he only talked about child molesters like the mother ****** in the post. I apologize once again
#258 - harryblazer
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(05/03/2013) [-]
and people are still trying to sympethize with this limp dick? the problem with this world is we're so afraid of being called "barbaric", or "cruel". welcome to the real world. all the ******* leftists liberals need to relize the world isnt a ******* disney movie and we need to treat criminals for what they are. crimnals
#136 - tyroneisanigger
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(05/03/2013) [-]
How can inmates get a hold of branding equipment, sure they could have used a lighter but those are still hard to get in prison.
#168 to #136 - ctenop
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(05/03/2013) [-]
A spoon? shiv? Heat it up, and presto
#175 to #136 - MikedelScorcho
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(05/03/2013) [-]
It looks tattooed, not branded, I think OP just meant "branded" as in "placed there permanently"
#661 - hazardpay
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(05/04/2013) [-]
what if he was innocent and wrongly accused?
#671 to #661 - anon
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Don't bother, America is obsessed with putting the blame on whoever comes closest. In the end the most miserable and sadistic creatures are the ones who put people in situations like this. People with low conscious levels will just believe what they hear and approach all these subjects with narrow minds. I sometimes ask my self a question, if someone did something that was terrible in my eyes, is justice doing terrible things back? Is revenge always the answer here? Where is the teach what you preach saying that seems to have dwindled away.
#681 to #671 - bigrog
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(05/04/2013) [-]
you are an idiot
#688 to #671 - anon
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(05/04/2013) [-]
People often mistake revenge and consequence.

"Justice" is when those consequences commence.

If we lived in a world without consequence, we would live in a bloody sea where man is free to take and steal and rape from all he comes across
#451 - threeeighteen
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(05/04/2013) [-]
My uncle works as a warden in an Australian jail. One thing they do to pedophiles/rapists is get a tube of some sorts, stick it up the blokes pooper, then a bit of barbed wire, take out the tube then take out the wire, hey presto, pedo learnt its lesson.

Not too sure it's true, but it's a good punishment.
#461 to #451 - wilvine **User deleted account**
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(05/04/2013) [-]
You nearly got it right. What they do is they wrap a tube in barbed wire, shoves the tube up then quickly pull the tube out. Doing this leaves the Barbed wire up the guys ass, without the tube.
#430 - anon
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I like to think prisoners have a sense of honor, but then I usually think, "Nah, they're prisoners", then I see stuff like this, and my faith in humanity goes up a notch.
#447 to #430 - Lintutu
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I heard they have their standards too. You can steal, do drugs, or **** anything, but if you mess with kids or old people, they'll **** you up
#403 - goochmaster
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I would imagine that child molesters are the most hated because the vast majority of inmates actually HAVE children, and so they take it upon themselves to punish them.

The ******* deserve worse, in my opinion.
#408 to #403 - ilovelsloths
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Agreeing ^
#231 - skinless
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(05/03/2013) [-]
are people actually getting upset that a child molester got branded for being, well, A ******* CHILD MOLESTER. you guys can be the biggest pussies some times
#209 - samjamfan
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(05/03/2013) [-]
looking at this guy
looking at this guy
#204 - masterfuck
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#173 - MikedelScorcho
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(05/03/2013) [-]
People who commit crimes like this find no sanctuary in prison. this kind of stuff happens a lot to these guys. There are crimes too ****** up even for convicts to forgive
#81 - beccakingx
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(05/03/2013) [-]
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#753 - yellowpedobear
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(05/04/2013) [-]
So he's already serving a life sentence, get's punished even more in a human unworthy way, and people on funnyjunk cheer to it? Shame on you funnyjunk community!
A society is as civilized as they treat their inmates.


Unleash the red thumbs.
#758 to #753 - TheseChocodiles
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I don't really understand what you are trying to say. Obviously, society can not be compared to how inmates treat other inmates? They are in there because they go against the norms of society and do stupid and wrong things, 99% of them will have mental problems. So it's going to much less civilised.
#789 to #753 - sonsofsol
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(05/04/2013) [-]
You are right. But prison is to reform right? You cannot reform these people they are ill and you can never save them. So you put them down.
#807 to #789 - vigilum
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Psychiatrists are clearly an illuminati conspiracy to keep crazies on the street.
#759 to #753 - AbsentMinded
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I can't wait until you get molested.
#757 to #753 - puggles
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(05/04/2013) [-]
because getting 3 square meals a day, free medical care and free cable and then having a painful incident happen that probably didn't even require a lot of healing time is WAY worse than what a 10 year old child who was raped then murdered went through. yeah. this guy definitely deserves some compassion and understanding.
#769 to #757 - yellowpedobear
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The point is that when a state punishes someone, you want to reataliate first, because that is men's first and instinctive reaction. Do you know the facts about what this lad has done, the details of his case? The professional judge, who actually does know these facts, sentenced him to a life sentence. THAT IS THE PUNISHMENT. A human being has the right to live in a safe environment. Just because you did some **** doesn't mean that all of a sudden you aren't human anymore.

But hey, shoot me for having a non-cruel opinion.
#771 to #769 - maldruzard
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That is your opinion. In my opinion, anyone who purposefully takes the life of another person in cold-blooded murder has no right to their own, nor any of the rights that go with it.

If they are proven to have broken the rules of our 'civilised society' in this way, they should be exempt of its benefits.

But hey, shoot me for thinking a grown man who molested and murdered a 10-year-old girl doesn't deserve to live in relative comfort and safety for the rest of his life.
#779 to #771 - yellowpedobear
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I know, and I respect that. But I think this opinion can be dangerous. If we want people to live by the law, we can't break them if someone does something wrong. Because that way none of us could rely on the law. And we do need the law, trust me.
#780 to #779 - maldruzard
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I'm not seeing how this is breaking the law, though. Some inmates took it upon themselves to create what they believed a more fitting punishment for this man. No officials did it or have commended it, and we did not do it ourselves, some of us are merely saying he deserved it. Which he did.
#782 to #780 - yellowpedobear
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Then we don't share this opinion: One should at all time be safe from the masses and wild anger. The fellow inmates are the masses in this case.
#579 - Her
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You can argue that dealing with violence using violence is bad, I suppose, but I'm pretty sure the point here is that people in prison still have morals and some dignity. Many inmates are animal lovers and against rape and child abuse. Just because a guy robbed a bank and is sleeping next to a serial killer does not make every inmate the same.   
And most of the time, extreme cases like child abuse won't learn unless they receive extreme punishment.   
Something is seriously wrong with this man, and if you think the right way to handle this is "Well, sir, you made a girl's life a living hell, took away all of her rights, and then murdered her for your satisfaction. I still believe you have your rights simply because you're a human, even though you obviously didn't think the same for Katie.."   
then you need to rethink your life a little bit.   
   
We should test on these disgusting people, not animals.
You can argue that dealing with violence using violence is bad, I suppose, but I'm pretty sure the point here is that people in prison still have morals and some dignity. Many inmates are animal lovers and against rape and child abuse. Just because a guy robbed a bank and is sleeping next to a serial killer does not make every inmate the same.
And most of the time, extreme cases like child abuse won't learn unless they receive extreme punishment.
Something is seriously wrong with this man, and if you think the right way to handle this is "Well, sir, you made a girl's life a living hell, took away all of her rights, and then murdered her for your satisfaction. I still believe you have your rights simply because you're a human, even though you obviously didn't think the same for Katie.."
then you need to rethink your life a little bit.

We should test on these disgusting people, not animals.
#673 to #579 - anon
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(05/04/2013) [-]
What if they were wrongly convicted?
#676 to #673 - Her
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There's always the 'what ifs' in every situation.   
But I am aware that there was some solid proof to this man being her killer.   
That's why I like the 'people's justice' better than the damn government. The government isn't based off of morals and individuals. They revolve around what makes them look best and what gets the job done the easiest.   
Idk man, everything is ****** up.
There's always the 'what ifs' in every situation.
But I am aware that there was some solid proof to this man being her killer.
That's why I like the 'people's justice' better than the damn government. The government isn't based off of morals and individuals. They revolve around what makes them look best and what gets the job done the easiest.
Idk man, everything is ****** up.
#466 - tulimarito
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Revenge, sweet and painful revenge.


****. Rape , and molesting storys always gets my darker side in "rage burning" mode.
#462 - solarisofcelestia
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Although that don't seem like unreasonable punishment, isn't that like the kettle calling the pot black. They're also criminals so why are they getting all judgmental on this guy?
#514 to #462 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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(05/04/2013) [-]
There's few worse things you can do to anyone than to steal their innocence by raping them and make them live in fear for possibly the rest of their life. I think we can all agree that harming children is exponentially worse than harming adults. That's why child molesters see the absolute worst side of prison as they should.