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A high school cheater could face more prison time than rapists. How is it possible?

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A California student is possibly facing 38 years in prison for breaking into his school and changing grades. Omar Khan, 18, allegedly used school computers for five months to better his grades, steal teachers' personal information and alter students' transcripts. This is wrong--clearly--but is it more offensive than child abuse?

A Gloucester, Mass., couple has pleaded guilty to posting pornographic photos of the woman's 8-year-old daughter on the Internet. Kendra D'Andrea and Willie Jordan also face charges of raping the girl. We can't imagine a worse crime than this. But--if convicted--they'll face a maximum of only 30 years in prison.

We want to hear from you. Is this a case of absolute injustice or do both crimes need to be punished to the maximum?


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2 comments so far | Post a comment now
Kasi June 24, 2008, 1:07 PM

I think this is a total no brainer…obviously what he did was totally wrong…but raping a little girl…they should be tortured for the rest of their lives

Sam June 24, 2008, 2:16 PM

This is insane! Of course changing grades is wrong, but I can hardly see someone having to spend 40 years in prison for it! Community service and probation sounds a bit more fitting, while the others sexually abusing their child should certainly rot.


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