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Old 06-04-2011, 04:06 AM   #21
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I like the idea of a marked forehead and I am a union democrat. But not so far to the left that I can't see the middle isle.
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Yeah, like the left would go for that. Hell, the piece-of-pelosi in office now wants to bar businesses from doing background checks or even asking if a person is a felon when they hire employees.
You may like the idea, but the left that's in power doesn't think anyone should be held acountable.
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One place I would never go without carrying is Wal Mart. There are always people in there that need watching.

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A 42-year-old Helena man is accused of breaking into homes and sexually assaulting at least one teenager, as well as surreptitiously videotaping underage girls engaging in sexually explicit conduct.

Raymond Dean Smith made an initial appearance Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Missoula, and faces charges of sexual exploitation of children, receipt and possession of child pornography. He currently is detained.

According to information included in federal court documents, Smith came to the attention of law enforcement officers in Helena as a suspect in numerous incidents where he allegedly entered residences without permission. In one case, he was found hiding in the closet of a relative’s 6-year-old daughter, and pleaded guilty to an unknown charge on Feb. 16 in relation to the incident. But instead of reporting to jail as ordered, he allegedly fled the area.

Upon further investigation, officers began to believe that Smith was connected to a report from a woman who said she caught a man outside her residence, recording her through the bathroom window while she was in the shower. He’s also a suspect in another incident in which a teenager reported that a man was in her bedroom and sexually assaulted her while she was sleeping. In addition, police say he may be the person found May 16 inside a Helena residence in a 9-year-old girl’s bedroom.

In his affidavit outlying probable cause for the arrest, Detective Bryan Fischer reported, “There are additional incidents as well,” but doesn’t elaborate on those. He is asking that if anyone has additional information regarding Smith that they telephone Fischer at 444-1476.

Fischer writes that after Smith didn’t show up for jail, he was hiding out in a relative’s cabin in Jefferson County, where he allegedly abandoned various items including a computer and several video cameras. A search of the equipment turned up images and child pornography movies that Fischer said Smith reportedly received via the Internet between 2009 and 2010.

Officers served a search warrant on his home in March, where officers confiscated VHS tapes manufactured outside of Montana that contained child pornography images that he allegedly produced of various girls younger than 18 years old.

While searching the residence, they also allegedly found a hole cut in a wall between Smith’s bedroom and bathroom, where he could view people while they were showering. One of the videos found allegedly was one Smith took of a teenage girl in the shower engaging in sexually explicit conduct; the taping is thought to have occurred between 2006 and 2009, according to Fischer’s affidavit.

Smith also allegedly taped sexual relations he had with another underage girl.

“It is obvious from the tape that the girl is unaware that the sexual activity is being videotaped,” Fischer wrote.

The charges carry penalties that can include a mandatory minimum of 15 years in prison and up to 30 years, as well as a lifetime of probation office supervision and up to a $250,000 fine.



Try that with my 13 year old daughter and she would split you in half. We have been seeing more and more of these sexual predators around our area and one day my daughter came up to me after reading an article just like this one and asked me if we could get her a gun she could keep in her room. After shooting my ol trust 870 20ga for a while she wanted to try out the 12ga. . . . i was a little worried that it maybe to much for her at only 5 foot and 90 lbs. but she threw it up to her shoulder and loved it. I gave her my 870 12ga loaded with 00 buckshot to keep under her bed. We go out and shoot as much as we can and she is extremely cautious and safe with a gun. she went through hunters safety but has no intention of ever hunting with her dad sadly, just for the gun safety but i am very proud of her for going through the coarse.

the 870 is just a little long for her in the house if she needed to protect her self so i think for her birthday im going to get her a Stoeger Coach Gun 12ga. that way its a little shorter for her and she has two shots at the pull of the triggers. She'll only need the first barrel though! my wife has her 357 and she'll out shoot most with that thing!

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Good on you 500mag_guy! That's my idea of gun safety. I'm all for locking up guns around kids that are too young to 'get it' but I believe kids should be brought up like your daughter. They should be thoroughly familiar with the use and safe handling of firearms. You can't protect children from guns by shielding them from access, they will run into a gun at some point, and they dang well better know how to handle it when they do.

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Forget criminals on the run, take a look at this - National Sex Offender Registry - Family Watchdog. That's right, they live, eat and sleep right next door.


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Yeah, I wonder all the time. Which is why the only time I don't carry my gun is when I legally can't. Call me paranoid, but I'm suspect of anyone I don't know on some level.

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Forget the marks on the forehead. Dip dye the body. I'm thinking Barney Purple, or International Orange.

Open season, no bag limit.

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I also wonder about everyone who I see, this is why I carry every where it is legal. I pay attention to who I see and who is behind me or around me and my family. This is why I also stage my weapon once I get into my car, drawing from a IWB in a car is a challenge, the holster I have fixed to the console is easy to reach and safe during driving.
Where my wife worked a guy killed his wife and hid her body one block away from the work place. She said he always seemed strange, now she knows just how strange.
Another time I had a guy come look at a motorcycle I had for sale, once he saw the targets on the wall of my garage, he couldn't get out of there fast enough, come to find out, he was wanted for passing bad checks.

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Maybe we should go back to the idea of putting marks on the forehead?
Cutting off hands is a good marker, too.
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