Maine's politicians protect child rapists
Maine is rated third worst in the country for sex trafficking. The Bangor Daily News says Maine is an East Coast source to procure children. Those who know Maine’s history are not surprised.As you'll see at the primary link, it gets far worse. One of the culprits never prosecuted and never jailed was a policeman. It brings to mind something semi-related, an encounter I had online nearly 15 years ago with a crackpot from Maine who defended the Columbine shooters in Colorado, by claiming they were "being bullied", as though that literally makes their actions justified. All because he apparently wanted to violence in entertainment. It later turned out the man I speak of was anti-Israel, and he also strongly hinted he was hostile to the victims of 9-11. I've got a feeling most sensible citizens of Maine would tell me that finding such monsters in that area is no surprise either.
Only a few years ago, when students at Baxter School for the Deaf refused sexual abuse by their director, Dr. Robert Kelly, he tied them naked to a tree and left them, all night, in the Maine woods; to break them.
Dr. Robert Kelly was not prosecuted. The State of Maine protected Kelly and not Maine’s children. The Attorney General (AG) refused to prosecute any of the Baxter School rapists. Instead, Maine used tax-payer funds to pay Kelly’s pension through-out his retirement in Florida until he finally died, as reported by Rick Wormwood, in 2004.
Maine is clearly is terrible need of political/educational reform, but how to enact it is bound to be a very uphill battle.