Thursday, August 29, 2013

I wonder what class year at West Point this piece of work graduated with?

Retired Army general of Beaverton admits to sexually abusing boy


CowboyDan said...

I just left a comment at the link site.

Its going to be a long ten years. Lots of guys with eight year old sons live & work in prisons. Lots of victims of sexual abuse live & work in prisons. Lots of victims who are still pissed off live & work in prisons. Any way you look at it, it’s gonna be a long ten years.

IF his state has a special sex crime facility, he may be able to walk around a bit. Otherwise, home is going to be about 6 x 9 with concrete walls and a bean hole for chow. Two showers a week, and an hour out for exercise, usually on a different day. It’s going to be a long ten years.

Hopefully, the local news will remember him when it’s time to get out. By then, even this eight year old will be legally allowed to buy a hunting rifle.

If it were me, I think I’d borrow one and avoid the paper trail.

Anonymous said...

USMA Class of '56

Paul X said...

Looks like somebody needs to update his Wikipedia page. I got this from there:

"After his wife's retirement, the Bahnsens settled in her hometown, New Cumberland, West Virginia. In addition to operating the Miller Family Farm, they have been active in the Republican Party, and both served on the state Republican Committee.[46] They are also participants in Camp Lincoln, a week-long summer camp for West Virginia teenagers."

Guess he got tired of teenagers and thought he's try a more exotic diet. I'm amused at his activity in the R party...