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Published: Monday, Aug. 26 2013 1:10 p.m. MDT

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Lowonoil
Clearfield, UT

It seems like in cases like this the severity of the punishment is roughly inversely proportional to the attractiveness of the perpetrator. A younger, thinner, more photogenic criminal would have been sent home on parole. Criticize all you want, we've all seen it happen.

sid 6.7
Holladay, UT

I couldn't agree with you more lowonoil. The backlash on Overweight or Obese people in the United States is running rampant. Overweight or Obese people are the last group in the United States who are discriminated against with total Social Acceptance.

On another note,is it me or dose Utah seem to have an over abundance of Females within our education system who have inappropriate relations with under age children? I can't imagine Female offenders would outweigh the Male offenders in this category in this or any other state. Statistically, do we have more Female Sex offenders then in other states?

Just curious.

AZ Blue & Red
Gilbert, AZ

So what would have the sentence been if this were a Male worker and a female victim? Guessing it would have been 3 to 4 times more severe. Justice is not the same for females than males. Maybe is should not be. Hummmmmm

I agree that there seems to be more female perpetrators than male. Either something is strange or we all are missing something. And that scares me to death. Hope I am wrong.

Hey Baby
Franklin, IN

I don't get the weight comment? All of the cases I have seen call for 10-15 years in prison. I lived in Seattle through that Laterneau event and it was about the same.

This gals weight or looks didn't effect any decisions in my opinion

Aggielove
Cache county, USA

Forcible sex?
I hope this kid is ok.

JSB
Sugar City, ID

Considering what this woman did to a teenage boy, the sentence was not severe enough. Her looks has nothing to do with it.

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