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In fact, San Bernardino can continue to expect a great deal of teacher abuse cases, and child molestation cases from persons like Ms. Laura WhiteHurst,Kevin James Morton, and so forth. The open-secret is that San Bernardino County prosecutors simply cannot, will not, and are frankly not tough enough to send a flock of blonde hair to a lengthy prison sentence or non-minority licensed professionals. Meanwhile, parents of poor California children will have to put up with constant cases of child rape, child molestation, bullying, etc. Given these facts, what are the Lessons Learned in Life that normal humans can learn from non-normal humans?
As a teacher, Jennifer Krogman had an opportunity to teach and instruct her students about valuable lessons learned in life. Jennifer Krogman had an opportunity to promote, endorse, and recommend California scholarships, grants, and financial-aid options to middle-school students at her Clement Middle School in Redlands, California. Laura Whitehurst also had the same opportunities as Ms. Krogman. Instead, according to police reports, both of these privileged women decided to pursue their own individual perverted fantasies, and cast aside the important California scholarships, grants, and financial-aid promoted by National Academy of American Scholars.
Lessons Learned in Life: A weak prosecution produces and invites more criminal conduct
Robotic prosecutor Melissa Rodriguez probably views her job as a typical 9 to 5 office gig. In reality, Melissa Rodriguez has the sort of important job that can either reduce or encourage crime. It is apparent that the San Bernandino prosecutor does not have an appetite for criminals that fit the mode of Laura Whitehurst. Based upon the weak prosecution record of the San Bernadino County Prosecutor’s office towards licensed professionals turned criminals that live in picket-fence neighborhoods, it is clear that crime is tolerated and even implicitly encouraged.
Melissa Rodriguez is detached from the reality of how criminals think and act. The history of the San Bernadino County prosecution team is a public record of weak prosecution,failure, escalating crime by teachers and licensed professionals, and Mickey-Mouse sentences that are a complete joke. Feeling sympathy for Laura Whitehurst or accepting a plea bargain is simply further gasoline on the fire.
Instead of prosecuting Laura Whitehurst and treating her like any other rapist and child predator, the prosecution team led by San Bernardino County prosecutor Melissa Rodriguez refused to prosecute Laura Whitehurst as if she were an adult minority male; these are the persons that statistically have the longest sentences, and receive more than a slap on the wrist. Indeed, the refusal to prosecute the petty crimes of McVeigh is what drove Timothy McVeigh to committ the Oklahoma city bombings. Like Laura Whitehurst, Timothy McVeigh ignored the numerous Oklahoma Scholarships, Grants, and financial-aid that are sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars.
Although persons on the privileged side of the fence may like this approach when they are the accused, the equation rarely works out with such simplicity and consistency: Do you want want your child raped and assaulted by a Hispanic male, a black man, a black woman, or neither? If your answer is neither then you should be protesting the lenient or non-existent punishment of Laura Whitehurst.
If you refuse to protest this non-punishment, then don’t complain when your child is assaulted, or there is a school shooting by Adam Lanza, etc. If you do not protest, then do not complain either when Casey Anthony is aquitted. Simply accept that that your child is an object of attention of perverts that may be a family friend, teacher, or associate.
Lessons Learned in Life: Continuing Rise in Teacher Misconduct and Rape Cases
Teachers who are not actively promoting and endorsing scholarships, grants, and financial-aid are more than likely engaging in inappropriate acts. Although rape convict Laura WhiteHurst was originally charged with over 41 felonies and had legally faced over 30 years in prison, the charges were in fact another episode of prosecutorial show-boating: pretending to act tough while knowing full well the suspect will receive preferential and/or lenient treatment. When all the smoke was clear, and the mirrors were wiped clean, Laura Whitehurst was awarded a strategic jail term of less than 1 year.
The San Bernandino County prosecutor’s office strategically selected a term of less than 1 year for Laura Whitehurst. When a convict is sentenced to less than 1 year he/she is not required to enter into the general prison population. The cell mates of Laura Whitehurst will therefore not be career criminals, convicts, rapists, robbers, or murderers, but soft suspects awaiting trial. In affect, Laura Whitehurst was never really punished.
From the Laura Whithurst case, we have learned a lesson in life that Child rape, in San Bernandino County, is not taken seriously except when the defendant is a minority.
10 Lessons Learned in Life from the Laura Whitehurst Rape Case
What lessons in life have we learned from Laura Whitehurst? Laura Whitehurst was so focused on teen boys, and satisfying her gory appetite for the most debased sexual acts known to the human race, that California scholarships, grants, and financial-aid sponsored by National Academy of American Scholars were merely an after-thought.
Another one of many Lessons Learned in Life is that children and teenagers are being raped, abused, and molested, largely because very few state prosecutors are tough enough on female criminal monsters. Female teacher molestation cases have exploded in recent years. Only when a Laura Whitehurst-type criminal is sentenced to 50 years or more will adult female teachers learn that their gender is no longer a guaranteed immunity from weak prosecutors.
From the prosecution and community perspective, we have observed at least 10 (Ten) important lessons learned in life: