not only they prey on underage boys they are going after girls.
Posted on | November 21, 2014 | 36 Comments
The victim in the case doesn’t want her molester to go to prison, probably because that would be “hate” or something:
Prison time appears doubtful for a former Clearfield (Utah) High School teacher accused of making unwanted sexual advances on a student in January 2013.
Judge Brent West convened privately with prosecuting and defense attorneys twice [Oct. 29] in 2nd District Court before deciding to postpone Gaile Supp’s sentencing to Nov. 19 at 9 a.m. He told Supp he doesn’t anticipate she will be sentenced to prison.
“Clearly everyone is on board that no prison time should be spent,” West said. “The question is … how much jail time.”
Supp was charged with object rape, a first-degree felony, in April 2013 for allegedly committing a sexual act on an unwilling 17-year-old female student at her West Haven home three months earlier. In September, Supp pleaded guilty to an amended charge of sexual battery, a third-degree felony.
Supp and her attorney, Camille Neider, submitted a statement in support of a guilty plea on Sept. 3 that also was signed by West and Weber County Deputy Attorney Letitia Toombs. Prosecutors agreed in writing to recommend in favor of probation for Supp, recommend against prison and stay neutral on the issue of jail time.
The alleged victim is opposed to any jail time for Supp, according to the document.
Prosecutors also agreed not to require Supp to register as a sex offender or undergo a psycho-sexual evaluation. They noted Supp will be eligible to have her conviction expunged if she qualifies for that benefit after her sentencing.
Supp agreed in the document not to fight the revocation of her teaching license in Utah.
A lesbian teacher having sex with her student? This is just another random coincidence. There can’t possibly be a pattern here, right?
High school dance teacher Michelle Smith White, 37, of Durham, N.C., was charged in October with having sex with a 16-year-old female student. Police said White had the student’s name and initials tattooed on her body.
Dance teacher Sabrina Epps, 19, was arrested in October after police say she admitted having lesbian sex with a 14-year-old girl who was a student at the Tennessee studio where Epps taught.
Dance teacher Amanda Feenstra, 30, was sentenced to probation in October after she pleaded guilty to having lesbian sex with a 17-year-old student at the Texas high school where Feenstra taught.
California teacher Rebecca Eileen Diebolt, 35, was arrested in June after a woman told police that she and Diebolt had a four-year sexual relationship that began in 2004, when the victim was 15 and Diebolt was her language arts teacher and swim/water polo coach
Dance teacher Nichol Marie Phelps, 30, was sentenced to prison in June after she pleaded guilty to having lesbian sex with a 15-year-old student at the Florida academy where Phelps taught.
Does anybody know where school teachers get the idea that teenage girls are all uncontrollably lusting for lesbian sex?
Tanzania has been accused of reneging on its promise to 40,000 Masai pastoralists by going ahead with plans to evict them and turn their ancestral land into a reserve for the royal family of Dubai to hunt big game.
Activists celebrated last year when the government said it had backed down over a proposed 1,500 sq km “wildlife corridor” bordering the Serengeti national park that would serve a commercial hunting and safari company based in the United Arab Emirates.
Now the deal appears to be back on and the Masai have been ordered to quit their traditional lands by the end of the year. Masai representatives will meet the prime minister, Mizengo Pinda, in Dodoma on Tuesday to express their anger. They insist the sale of the land would rob them of their heritage and directly or indirectly affect the livelihoods of 80,000 people. The area is crucial for grazing livestock on which the nomadic Masai depend.
Unlike last year, the government is offering compensation of 1 billion shillings (£369,350), not to be paid directly but to be channelled into socio-economic development projects. The Masai have dismissed the offer.
“I feel betrayed,” said Samwel Nangiria, co-ordinator of the local Ngonett civil society group. “One billion is very little and you cannot compare that with land. It’s inherited. Their mothers and grandmothers are buried in that land. There’s nothing you can compare with it.”
Nangiria said he believes the government never truly intended to abandon the scheme in the Loliondo district but was wary of global attention. “They had to pretend they were dropping the agenda to fool the international press.”
He said it had proved difficult to contact the Ortelo Business Corporation (OBC), a luxury safari company set up by a UAE official close to the royal family. The OBC has operated in Loliondo for more than 20 years with clients reportedly including Prince Andrew.
On Dec. 1, Jessica Fitzwater will raise her right hand and take the same oath of office as her fellow incoming council members.
But there will be one difference in her pledge before friends, family and elected officials: The book under her left hand will not be the Bible.
Fitzwater, who is Jewish, said she’s not interested in replacing the Bible with a Torah. Instead, she is thinking of taking the oath on the Frederick County charter or some other government document that will represent her commitment to public service.
“I think it’s more appropriate to swear my oath on something I will be upholding. I’m not upholding the teachings of the Bible. I’m upholding the charter or the Constitution,” said Fitzwater, who will represent Council District 4.
Fitzwater said she has always supported the separation of church and state but only recently resolved on taking her oath of office on a nonreligious document.