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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Reflections On Citizen Cain


I have compiled a bunch of comments that were sent to me about the Miranda Cain matter; this post, and this post, and the position I take, concerning the community of Marshall County, Kansas, and crime committed by high school students. I published many of the comments I received directly in the respective discussions because those comments reflected intelligent thought, and asked intelligent questions. A few comments did not. Those comments either got deleted, or saved, in order for further address in another post. Now, I will write this "other post", and share the sillier comments, which I did not find enhanced any intelligent conversation about Marshall County, crime, or Citizen Cain's individual case.

Here is our first dumbass comment, made anonymously by someone who thinks that serious and outlandish crime should go unnoticed by everyone and permitted to continue as long as the spoiled brat feels like destroying lives. 




"First of all God will judge Cain, that's not your job... Second, I have a feeling if God is judging your comments you may soon be entered into a psych ward, get a life and quit getting off on someone else's problems and some towns issues... Marshall county and Marysville is a great place to call home and raise a family. There are rotten apples in every batch, focus on the good ones, I know plenty of them in Marysville."

My answer? First of all, "the People", of whom I am one, judged Cain already, via the judicial system. Before Cain was arrested, God didn't care what she did or who she hurt, as long as she was willing to vote Republican. It's a miracle that she was prosecuted in the climate of selective justice we have, here in Kansas, but I am grateful that the police in Marysville were willing to "judge" her long enough to put a stop to her "distinguished service". If "God" is judging my comments, he should be a lot less concerned about them and a lot more concerned about some of the things children in Marshall County have been taught to do, and led to believe are healthy and harmless. Yes, rotten apples are plentiful, but if we remove them, the ethylene gas and plant hormones that cause them to ripen prematurely will cease to "rot" the rest of the apples. Shouldn't we look at human trafficking the same way? As for being "entered into" a psych ward, what the hell is that? Is it anything like being "entered into a ledger" or "entered into" evidence? Evidence! Ask Citizen Cain about it!

Now for the second loony-toony dumbass comment:

If you don't like the school then shut the heck up and move somewhere else! You are the most judgemental person I have EVER come across. It's idiots like you that should NOT be able to have a blog.

As I have told everyone in the past, even if I move to Brazil, I will not stop writing about Kansas. Especially Marshall County. What's wrong with judgmental types? Do they get in the way of your crime, and other unflattering secrets? Why would you want to deny me my first amendment rights, and have Google tell me I cannot maintain any blog or website? Do the observations and opinions of others bother you so much that you would wish to see the Constitution null and void? That's extreme. Perhaps you should move to a country that does not have the same freedoms as America!

And now here's the third totally dumbass reflection on this mess, along with my response.

"First off maybe instead of bashing people you should know the whole story first. The 8th grader asked Miranda to do it. Her mom is a worthless parent and doesnt care about her kids. She was doing it before Miranda decided to join in. So instead of a one sided stupid post. Know the whole story."

This comment assumes that a child whose parents are not good at parenting somehow deserves to be victimized by the likes of an abusive Marysville High School student, and that Citizen Cain's abuses of children are okey-dokey, because the child was not important to anyone in Marysville. This is the kind of person your faithful blogger truly hates. No kidding. There is no evidence that has been shared with the public about the eighth grader's attitude, and it really doesn't matter, anyway. Citizen Cain is an adult, and child abuse should have been out of the question. Why didn't Miranda Cain report the child's activities, if the child was already involved in crime? I really don't have to know the whole story in order to respond to this guff with the right questions. In fact, silly-assed commenter, I await your answer to that! Why, in bloody hell, didn't Miranda Cain simply report the juvenile's crime to the proper authorities? Or was the juvenile truly involved in crime before the Marshall County High School senior got involved? My post was not one sided, and neither are my questions.

Tomorrow, the results of Citizen Cain's trial will be published in the Marysville Advocate.


18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Every person on there defending Cain is disgusting. There is no reason beyond greed and being a callous human being. Anyone blaming the victim, an at-risk 15 year old girl, is a monster. I'm sick of people acting like this was okay, and should just be swept under the rug. Its my understanding it will go to trail, and I hope dearly that trail won't happen here. Justice will not be served.

Kidd Luck said...

Where's my comment about the grill? I sent out when I first found this blog.

Juli Henry said...

Grill? You mean, like, a barbecue grill?

Juli Henry said...

To Anon 3:47, I have it on good authority that she plead guilty. I was not told about any sentence, though.

Unknown said...

I was told by someone that is close to her, she would be getting 8 years. But her mother posted yesterday she was pleading not guilty.
I just feel like, if this had been some who wasnt born here, whos family was raised here, and whose family was a larfe parn of the community, they would have dragged through the mud. And Im sorry to be hateful, buy 8 years isnt enough for destroying a childs life.

Juli Henry said...

That just shows how out of contact with reality some of these Marshall County and other Kansas-born maternal DNA donors are, at times, doesn't it? The person who spoke with me speculated that she might get ten years, or so, as a sentence. I am still new enough to Kansas to be unaware of typical sentences for this type of crime. One must remember that there are murderers who do not spend that long behind bars, so eight years for a first offense of this nature might be about right. We also do not know if her testimony assisted in the investigation of any other dirtbag sex criminal. If so, that could explain the short sentence.

Kidd Luck said...

Yes like a barbecue grill. I sent it in as anonymous.

Juli Henry said...

Why was it relevant?

Kidd Luck said...

I was just asking.

Anonymous said...

I know the girl personally and her mom and they are nothing like that

Juli Henry said...

Don't sweat it, anonymous. This is one of the reasons I think Citizen Cain is PROBABLY guilty. When someone is guilty, all of their enablers run amuck, pretending that whatever the defendant did was right. When there is enough evidence to prove the defendant's guilt, they tarnish the victim's character and her testimony any way they can. It happens during rape trials all the time. So that APPEARS to be what Citizen Cain's enablers are doing.

Kidd Luck said...

Are you telling me I'm an enabler.

Juli Henry said...

That last comment was actually an explanation offered to an anonymous commenter about people who vehemently want the law to differ in the way it treats Cain and the way it would treat anyone else charged with this type of crime. Anyone who speaks a word of truth in front of those who want favoritism eliminated, especially when children are victimized, gets bullied themselves. Yes, there ARE enablers here. Are you one? I don't know, Kidd. Why would you respond in such a way to comment that wasn't even directed at you?

Anonymous said...

I am a lifelong resident of Marshall county, and in my opinion, I feel like Cain's sentence should be the strongest that can be given. 8 years isn't long enough to pay for the psychological and emotional damage she has caused to the child. Whether the girl's parents were/are good parents or not, is irrelevant. She very well has aided in ruining this girl's life.

Kidd Luck said...

How could I be an enabler? I haven't spoken to Miranda in over a year. The way you worded it made it sound like you were speaking in general.

Juli Henry said...

Read what I actually wrote. I did not call you an enabler, Kidd.

Anonymous said...

Clearly Miranda is. She did it. People don't do something like that, and it be "out of character". Mirandas mom is lovely woman. But there is clearly something missing in Miranda that made her think this was acceptable.

Juli Henry said...

Agreed. As I stated in another thread on this blog, I do not think Cain's family is to blame, here. That said, the other place children learn things, both socially and academically, besides family, is school. That's why I have to wonder if an adult (not an 18 yr. old senior, but an employee of the school) had a hand in this situation. If I were Cain's defense attorney, I'd be looking for the person(s). Hopefully, her defense will not cave to anyone who might pressure him to sell her out, and not name any potential co-defendants.