Monday, May 27, 2013

More evidence of O'Reilly's theory about Colorado ~ soft on sex offenders

"Now last night we brought you the editorial director of "The Denver Post" newspaper, apparently he opposes Jessica's Law which 44 states have. That law mandates long prison sentences for child rapists and molesters. In Colorado, 41 year-old-man Delbert Wallace Stiewert raped a 13-year-old girl for months, for months. He pled guilty to sexual assault and was sentenced to two years in prison.

Also in Colorado, 47-year-old Jeffrey Bigham, sexually abused a 11- year-old boy almost a thousand times. He got one year in a Colorado prison. So it is simply outrageous that seven Democrats in the Colorado house killed Jessica's Law, saying that the state already has enough sanctions against child predators. It does not.
Speaker of the House, the very liberal Mark Ferrandino, refused to put Jessica's Law up for a full vote. And now "The Denver Post" is sticking up for him."

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If you live in Colorado, you may recall that a senior citizen, Everett Stadig, was assaulted while gathering Personhood signatures nearly a year ago. His assailant subsequently was arrested for serial sex assaults. The notion of a speedy trial is apparently a thing of the past here where Mr. William Costello has had numerous continuations in court and remains out on bail, despite being a danger to the community.

May 22, 2013, our alleged serial rapist finally had a preliminary hearing.

For some odd reason, only yours truly was present to cover the attempt to seek justice for
the three women that Mr. Costello threatened with deadly weapons while impersonating a
Police officer in order to kidnap and rape three Colorado females ~ one a 13 year old child.

It is hard to imagine any other individual, except one with ties to former Governor Dick Lamm, being out on bond for nearly a year with these particularly grievous charges.

The details I heard in the preliminary hearing are so graphic they can't be shared here.

Prior to the preliminary hearing, Judge Reeves reduced the bond on another sex offender for $10,000 to $5,000.

William Costello be back in court June 24, 2013. This time he'll be arraigned for hurting my friend Everett.

Will any Denver media outlets care?

Bill O'Reilly would find this absurd delay of justice for a serial rapist, who also shoved a 69 year old off his bike fracturing his hip, to be further evidence of Colorado being soft on sex crimes.

Pray that somehow he hears of Costello's Crimes!

Bob Enyart Live shares more of the story here ~