it’s laughable how anyone can think of “pc kicked in the balls”.
This is just a ridiculously unjust law used by a ridicuously unjust judge- I see no difference to Iran’s Sharia Courts.
I’m glad I live in a non-Taliban country/state, where someone isn’t sentenced to LIFE (!) in case my child briefly touches his sexual organs, man OR woman.
And excuse my ignorance, was the majority here FOR or AGAINST fundamental Islam?
It’s kinda hard to keep in mind.
-Allahu akbar (just in case)[/quote]
What do the German laws call for in the case of an adult sexually abusing a child under 14 years of age?
I’m not talking about this individual case, for which I agree the punishment does not suit the crime. I mean for the statute under which she was convicted. What does the German law call for that makes it so morally superior to our draconian medieval mob justice concocted by delusional Puritan extremists?
For that matter, since you appear to be possessed of such strong opinions on the subject, what do you suggest they place into law?
In this case I doubt that there even would be a case.
In other cases there is either a “sexueller MiÃ?brauch”, “sexuelle NÃ¶tigung”, or “schwere sexuelle NÃ¶tigung”.
The last one, basically threatening or extort somebody to perform sexual acts, is the only case where you do not get 10 years to life if, and only if, that someone dies.
If there was no violence, like apparenly in this case, we are talking about 1-something years, I doubt that it would be more than 3.
So, basically, parole, if any policeman would actually accept such a charge and a DA would put it forward and a judge would not immediately dismiss it.