@Chris B --"And this is a sad reminder of why the Boy Scouts had
decided it is in scout safety to not allow homosexual men to be leaders, as
leaders are often alone or in very small groups with young boys."Baloney, Chris.The BSA's ban on gay leaders would never have
stopped this guy from participating. He's been married twice that I know
of."And scout safety is paramount."Scout safety
is not increased one iota by banning gay scout leaders.-----AN Groth, former director of the Sex Offender Program at the Connecticut
Department of Corrections, has said: "my studies have indicated that
homosexual males pose LESS risk of sexual harm to children (both male and
female)--from both an absolute and a percentage incidence rate--than
heterosexual males."British Journal of Psychiatry, 2001 -- men
with "no evidence of homosexuality" were at roughly 50% GREATER risk for
becoming child abusers than men "who were homosexually
Child Advocacy Center -- "only about 4
percent of same-sex abuse involves homosexual perpetrators". Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1978 -- "sexual orientation was not related
to the sex of the victim targeted"
And this is a sad reminder of why the Boy Scouts had decided it is in scout
safety to not allow homosexual men to be leaders, as leaders are often alone or
in very small groups with young boys.And scout safety is paramount.
Someone please take that smile off his face, use Photoshop if you have too.
Desnews can you put his mug shot photo on instead?
This guy previously served time in Utah for abusing other children. He was
already a registered sex offender. So why was he allowed to contact this kid in
the first place? And who was stupid enough to allow him to spend time ALONE with
Can they use a better picture, I feel like he is smiling about what he has done
which is just gross.