Sexual Offenders and Predators (sex crimes in rhyme against children)

SEXUAL OFFENDERS AND PREDATORS

Sexual offenders and predators should be castrated for their behavior. Sooner is better than later. They’re like slimy alligators. Maybe we’ll cut it off so they don’t walk or stalk. We’ve got to defeat these low-down creeps. Keep them off our streets. Stop them in their tracks so they never have a chance to come back.

© Copyright 2008

Lyrics created by (Francke) the Yankee

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This poem is dedicated to the Memory of Jessica Marie Lunsford – 9 years old

{October 6, 1995February 27, 2005}

Fight to change legislation – Jessica’s Law across the nation

(February 13, 2013 – Jessica’s Law shot down in Colorado once again.  Colorado lawmakers say there’s no need to increase penalties for people who attack young children.  What’s known as “Jessica’s Law” named after a Florida girl sexually assaulted and killed, won’t become law in the state.  This bill has failed four times in Colorado.  Democrats opposed it so much they sent it to the “kill committee.”  Still, Jessica’s father Mark Lunsford, who traveled from Florida to Colorado begged lawmakers to pass the bill.  “I kneeled down and I hugged her and I kissed her and told her I’d see her later said Lunsford.  Mark Lunsford cried before Colorado lawmakers as he recounted his darkest hour.)

(June, 2006 Gov. Mark Sanford of So. Carolina signed bill for Jessie’s Law)

Jessica Marie Lunsford Foundation, Homosassa Springs, FL

Listen on youtube.com – “When You Come Home” (Jessie’s Song) by Tom Bradley

Listen on youtube.com – “Living for the Night” by Stravos Band

Listen on youtube.com – “A life taken too soon”

Listen on youtube.com – “When I Get Where I’m Going” by Brad Paisley

(See Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006)

Purchase the rest of this piece and net proceeds will be donated to:

JESSICA MARIE LUNSFORD FOUNDATION

(Missing and Exploited Children/HelpingChildren in Crisis)

www.jmlfoundation.com


Posted by admin on April 13, 2009 under Benefits, Jessica's Law (Jessica Lunsford), Sex Crimes in Rhyme | Be the First to Comment

Teacher’s Sex Pet – True Story (sex crime satire/rhyme)

THE SENSATIONAL “1990s” TRUE STORY OF MARY KAY LETOURNEAU

This is the sensational true story that rocked a nation.  How Mary Kay Letourneau was the “talk of the town” when she turned her life upside down.  A teacher’s love affair with an elementary student that rattled Seattle.

Mary and “little Vili” were attracted sexually.  Mary is having Vili’s babies. They decide to get married.

Pretty Mary Kay and Vili who’s all grown up and now a DJ will host, roast and toast “Hot Teacher Night” at the wild Fuel Bar in Seattle while “The Battle of the Classroom Sexes” spoon under the blue moon.

©Copyright 2008

Lyrics created by (Francke) the Yankee

aka The Jester from Westchester (Satire)

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A witty satirical piece on how two lovers never stopped caring for each other. They fought the court system to the bitter end. The teacher who wanted a teenage boy to be more than her friend.


Posted by admin on May 23, 2009 under Sex Crimes in Rhyme, Teacher's Sex Pet (Mary Kay Letourneau), True Stories (Satire/Rhyme) | Be the First to Comment

SEX CRIME IN RHYME (DATE RAPE) WHO KILLED LINDA DRAKE? FICTIONAL

For the Record

In the City

(A Sex Crime in Rhyme)

Episode I

In the silence of the night with no one in sight a murder is committed in the city. It’s a pity that a young girl is murdered and raped after her boyfriend took her out on a date. This is one of many stories of a crime in the big city where most murders occur after dark while walking or jogging through a park. The boyfriend decides to return to his girlfriend’s place, but it’s too late for she was murdered and raped. A police officer is now interrogating the boyfriend on last time he saw his girlfriend. The scene is set for a sex crime in rhyme.

OFFICER: Sir, would you please state your name for the record.

TOM BLAKE: Wait a second officer.  What’s going on here?

OFFICER: Where were you tonight? I need to write down your name?

TOM BLAKE: But why am I being blamed?

OFFICER: Just want to get the record straight. First, I need your name, I.D. and numbers off your license plate.

TOM BLAKE: Officer, what happened to my date?

OFFICER: Just give me your ID and numbers off that license plate.

TOM BLAKE: My name is Tom Blake. Can I jot everything down on this slate?

OFFICER: Sure, as long as it ain’t fake. I’ll also need times and dates.

OFFICER: I need to know when you left your girlfriend’s place.

TOM BLAKE: All I did was take my girlfriend out on a date. I thought she looked great. She had a sweet smile on her face. When I kissed her she didn’t smell like sour grapes. I asked her to wait, but she said “It’s getting late.” For goodness sake she insisted on being dropped off at the front gate. Officer, what happened to my girlfriend Linda Drake?

OFFICER: She was murdered and raped. That’s her body on the sidewalk draped.

TOM BLAKE: There must be some mistake. How could this be her fate? Me and Linda were soul mates.

OFFICER: We’re looking into all possible suspects to get the record straight.

TOM BLAKE: Are you trying to implicate me in a murder date-rape?

OFFICER: Like I said, “I’m only trying to get the record straight.” Where did you go after dropping off your date at the gate?

TOM BLAKE: I went to have a bite to eat at this place called “Steaks Are Great.”

OFFICER: I take it that you never returned to your date.

TOM BLAKE: Well, it was getting rather late so I headed back to where I work packing crates.

OFFICER: Just where are they located and what’s the name of this place?

TOM BLAKE: It’s “We Make Crates” on First Avenue down near the lake.

OFFICER: Is that next to the place where they bake cakes?

TOM BLAKE: No, you must be thinking of another place.

OFFICER: Listen, I need to get this record straight. You may be in for some court dates.

TOM BLAKE: For heaven sake officer this is definitely a mistake.

OFFICER: No, you better not be late for these court dates.

TOM BLAKE: I can’t believe you think I killed Linda Drake.

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Episode II

Let’s set the record straight

Judge Broome presiding over

murder-rape case of Linda Drake

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CLERK: All rise for Judge Broome entering the courtroom.  This is the arraignment date for defendant Tom Blake.

JUDGE BROOME: Mr. Blake is an attorney representing you?

TOM BLAKE: Yes sir, he’s here in the courtroom.

ATTORNEY MR. FLAKE: Judge Broome I’m representing Tom Blake and he is pleading not guilty.

TOM BLAKE: I did not kill Linda Drake.  She was my soul mate.

JUDGE BROOME: Mr. Blake your next court date for a first appearance has been rescheduled from September 8th to 9:30 a.m. on October 8th.

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Episode III

Judge Broome

presiding over

murder-rape case of Linda Drake

where the First Appearance will take place

at 9:30 a.m. on October 8th

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CLERK:  All rise for Judge Broome entering the courtroom.  This is the first appearance for defendant Tom Blake on alleged murder charges of Linda Drake.

JUDGE BROOME: Is Tom Blake present in this courtroom?

ATTORNEY FLAKE: My client Tom Blake must be late.

JUDGE BROOME: I’m issuing an arrest warrant with no bond since Mr. Blake has not presented himself in my courtroom.

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Episode IV

Stay tuned to the pending outstanding arrest warrant of Tom Blake not showing up for his court date

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Created by (FRANCKE) the Lyrical Yankee

In the City (A Sex Crime in Rhyme)

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