Man who raped 3-year old girl in sex tape should be hanged, drawn and quartered
By Noble Johns
Las Vegas, Nevada (BNW) Mob justice is too good for the dog that is shown having sex with a 3-year old girl. A girl who was shown on videotape being sexually assaulted has been found and is safe, officials in Nye County, Nevada, said Friday, but the man who raped her is still on the loose and alive.
Chester Arthur Stiles, 34, is being sought as a suspect in the rape, police say. When found, he should die on the spot by as horrible a death as possible to send a message to the rest of these sick freaks that raping babies is not acceptable in a civilized society. Who would think about raping a baby? He should be hanged, plus drawn and quartered in a public execution foe this despicable act.
To be hanged, drawn and quartered was the penalty once ordained in England for treason, but it should be reserved for Chester Arthur Stiles and whoever else was involved in this crime. It is considered by many to be the epitome of cruel punishment and was reserved for treason, as this crime was deemed more heinous than murder and other capital offences. It was only applied to male criminals. Women found guilty of treason in England were burnt at the stake, a punishment abolished in 1790.
Until 1814, the full punishment for the crime was to be hanged, drawn and quartered in that the condemned prisoner would be:
1. Dragged on a hurdle (a wooden frame) to the place of execution. (This is one possible meaning of drawn.)
2. Hanged by the neck for a short time or until almost dead.
3. Disemboweled and emasculated, and the genitalia and entrails burned before the condemned's eyes (This is another meaning of drawn. It is often used in cookbooks to denote the disembowelment of chicken or rabbit carcasses before cooking).
4. Beheaded and the body divided into four parts (quartered).
Typically, the resulting five parts (i.e. the four quarters of the body and the head) were gibbeted (put on public display) in different parts of the city, town, or, in famous cases, country, to deter would-be traitors who hadn't seen the execution.
Chester Arthur Stiles should be hanged until dead and the mutilation would be performed after death. However, for his crime, Stiles should be Drawn and Quarter alive to set an example to other pedophiles who may think about doing such a dirty deed to a baby.
There is some confusion among modern historians about whether "drawing" referred to the dragging to the place of execution or the disemboweling, there is no doubt that the criminal in this case should face the punishment of disembowelment.
The condemned man would usually be sentenced to the short drop method of hanging, so that the neck would not break. The man was usually dragged alive to the quartering table, although in some cases men were brought to the table dead or unconscious. I always thought that Drawning and Quartering was when you tied the criminal's arms and legs to four horses, and send the horses in different directions.
During the hanging, a splash of water was usually employed to wake the man up if unconscious, and then he was laid down on the table. A large cut was made in the gut after removing the genitalia, and the intestines would be spooled out on a device that resembled a dough roller. Don't think I am so hard on these pedophiles, Bush and Cheney do the same everyday in their so-called war on terrorism. Just asked the Boys at Guantanamo.
Each piece of organ would be burnt before the sufferer's eyes, and when he was completely disemboweled, his head would be cut off. The body would then be cut into four pieces, and the king would decide where they were to be displayed. Even this is not enough for Chester Arthur Stiles for raping a 3-year-old girl.
"We have found the child, Madison. She's safe. The detectives say she is in good condition," Nye County Sheriff Tony DeMeo said. DeMeo said more details would be shared at a news conference scheduled for 10:30 p.m. ET.
The girl is shown in a sex video thought to have been made sometime between January 2005 and May 2007, officials said.
"The easiest way to explain it is if you can imagine the absolute worst things that can happen to a little girl at the hands of an adult male, that has happened and beyond," Nye County sheriff's Detective David Boruchowitz said of the video.
"It is by far the most heinous and horrible thing that you can possibly imagine on there," he said, according to The Associated Press. Detectives said the child showed little emotion during the rapes, possibly indicating she had been brutalized before.
After attempting without success to find the girls identity by herself, police appealed to the news media to show the girl's picture, which CNN and other news organizations did. Once the girl was found, the sheriff asked the news organizations to stop displaying her picture.
"The picture I want up there is the one of the suspect, Mr. Stiles," DeMeo said.
Police, who had called Chester Arthur Stiles a person of interest, began calling him a suspect late Friday.
DeMeo said Stiles is not the girl's father.
It was not clear what his relationship with the girl may be, though detectives said items in the tape's background indicate she may have been entrusted to his care.
Stiles, 37, whose last known address was Las Vegas, Nevada, is also wanted on an unrelated state warrant on a charge of lewdness with a minor younger than 14 and a federal charge of being a fugitive, DeMeo said, according to AP.
Nevadan Darren Tuck recently gave police the videotape, saying he found it in the desert. Police said the tape was in his possession for at least five months before he handed it over to authorities.
Tuck was arrested on charges of promoting child pornography and possession of child pornography, both felonies, and released without bail pending an appearance November 26 in Pahrump Justice Court, AP reported. Pahrump is about 60 miles west of Las Vegas.
The top charge carries a possible sentence of up to life in prison. Investigators don't think Tuck made the tape, Boruchowitz said, according to AP.
Tuck's lawyer, Thomas Gibson of Pahrump, has characterized Tuck as an innocent middleman who should be credited for giving the tape to authorities, AP reported.
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