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PA Man Charged with Raping 10-year-old
A Philadelphia man is charged with assaulting and raping a 10-year-old girl 235 times over the course of 16 months. The Germantown man was arrested last Thursday, and is charged with 741 counts, including counts of rape, sexual harassment, and hitting a girl.
The 59 year old man works as a teacher at Plainsfield Elementary School, and during recess and gym, would have sexual encounters with her in his classroom. The man would forcibly change her out of her school uniform into nothing but a pink diaper and Cinderella pajamas, and force her to wet the diaper so he could change her. If the girl made any noise, the man would beat her with a whip and take her to the closet for "extracurricular activity".
When asked about how he felt about having to possibly spend the rest of his life in jail, the man said he didn't regret it. "If I had the chance to do it again, of course I would," he said. "The best thing about teaching school is no matter how much I age, the girls never get older." The act has been described as incredibly sexy by police.
Because the girl is a minor, her name will not be released, but we will tell you where she lives just so you can find her. She lives at 160 Queens Street in Northwest Philadelphia, and her phone number is (215) 846-1332. Her parents are at work for most of the day, so you can easily get away with kidnapping her.
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NJ Passes Ban on Shouting
The bill has many vocal protesters, including Steven Taylor, a fiery preacher of the Lutheran Church of Newark. He filed a lawsuit against the bill, claiming the ban was uncalled for and unconstitutional. However, Corzine defends the bill by saying ridiculously loud shouting is a major cause of hearing loss and sparks many disputes.
In protest of the bill, four thousand protesters marched to Jon Corzine's house and screamed as loud as they could through megaphones to make sure Corzine couldn't get a good sleep. It didn't work because Corzine was on a vacation in the Bahamas. The protesters later called Corzine's cell phone and screamed as loud as they can to annoy him.