The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing.

~~~ Albert Einstein

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Ever notice...

I always tend to find it annoying, no wait, infuriating when people decide after the fact that perhaps they need help. Too many times, these willful pleas for "help" are nothing more than a begging for leniency. Such is likely the case of Robert Charles Heydorn, who is currently facing six counts of molestation of a child and one count of sexual abuse. Heydorn waiting until after molesting a 9 year old girl, and after finding out that he was being investigated for it to head down to police and inform them he had a problem...

Heydorn was first interviewed by police in 2008 and denied any wrongdoing. He learned he was being investigated again recently and reportedly went to Surprise police officers and said he needed to get some help for “hurting the girls.” He also said he would continue to molest girls if he did not get any help.

First he denies any wrong doing, and then he decides to come clean and ask for help? Nice how that works out for him, he just victimizes a child and then thinks maybe it's time to ask for some sort of "help". I guess next we'll be hearing how his lawyer believes that the "help" should come in the form of a short sentence and a bit of treatment.