Classic Collision Atlanta Honors Cherice #438

Posted on 23. Apr, 2015 by in Classic Collision Atlanta

8/31/13

Are people really this sick? 

Prosecutors in Billings, Montana are looking for legal standing to fight a 30-day sentence handed down to a teacher who admitted to raping his 14-year-old student. The girl later took her own life.

The case began in 2008 when Cherice, then 14, was a student at Billings Senior High School and Rambold, then 49, was a teacher.

In earlier interviews, Hanlon said she was particularly upset that the judge said Cherice “seemed older than her chronological age” and was “as much in control of the situation” as the teacher.

“How could she be in control of the situation? He was a teacher. She was a student. She wasn’t in control of anything. She was 14,” Hanlon told CNN.

Wait…it gets even better…      

“They said, ‘Oh, did he hurt her mom?’ Well, yes he did. ‘Oh, what happened to him?’ Nothing,” she said, adding: “I told them the judge was wrong.”

You just cant explain Karma to people…they have to find that out for themselves.

Ha…     

“It’s not probably the kind of rape most people think about,” Baugh said. “It was not a violent, forcible, beat-the-victim rape, like you see in the movies. But it was nonetheless a rape. It was a troubled young girl, and he was a teacher. And this should not have occurred.”

Then, again…Not so Ha! Ha! This hit’s a little too close to home! 

She must be lying, right Manfred. After all…why did it take her so long to kill herself?  

As the case wound its way through the legal system, Cherice committed suicide. She was a few weeks shy of her 17th birthday.

“As a result of the sexual assault and its aftermath, (Cherice) experienced severe emotional distress, humiliation and embarrassment and fell into irreversible depression that tragically led to her taking her own life on February 6, 2010,” Hanlon said in a complaint filed against Rambold.

It is because it ate at her until there was nothing left!…HELLO!

Boo Hoo! 

At a hearing Monday, prosecutors asked the judge to send Rambold away for 20 years.

The defense argued that Rambold has suffered enough. His lawyers said he lost his career and his marriage and has the “scarlet letter of the Internet” due to the publicity surrounding the case, the Billings Gazette reported.   

He should have kept his —- in his pants!

How does this male sleep at night??? 

In earlier interviews, Hanlon said she was particularly upset that the judge said Cherice “seemed older than her chronological age” and was “as much in control of the situation” as the teacher.

He added, “I simply did not have the evidence to conclude that her taking her life was because of her sexual offense by Mr. Rambold.”

Never mind his having admitted to the rape, right!

I am encouraging everyone to go read the entire article and sign the petition provided. Thank you!

http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/28/justice/montana-teacher-rape-sentence

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