Kansas Court Overturns Law Protecting Children from Sexual Predators
In yet another act of judicial activism, the Kansas Supreme Court overturned a state law that allowed prosecutors to vigorously pursue sexual offenders who prey on underage children. The law gave stiff penalties to adults who sexually assaulted underage minors of the same sex.
In reversing the law, the Kansas Court freed a convicted child rapist, because it found that the law discriminated against homosexual offenders.
"Once again we see a court standing up for political correctness and the radical homosexual lobby rather than the American family," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "We believe that all sexual offenders that prey on our children should be locked away for good. We call on the legislature in Kansas to pass new laws that severely punish all child sex offenders.
"It is essential that our kids are protected from these monsters, especially when radical groups like the National Man Boy Love Association and people like Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wish to lower the age of consent, essentially legalizing child rape. This madness must stop."
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