Matthew Koso is Guilty

December 13, 2005 at 6:36pm By: Mr. Wilson Posted in The Lincolnite Blog

Matthew Koso today pled guilty to the crime of first-degree sexual assault of a child. The crime is punishable by one to 50 years in prison.

Methinks we won’t be seeing Mr. Koso for a while.

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Joshua Wiltshire December 13, 2005 at 10:46pm

I’m okay with this.

Saiken Chasofito April 10, 2006 at 4:50am

You guys really are jerks.  You cannot condemn people for things YOU think is wrong.  They did what they did.  They have no regrets, the parents have no regrets, in fact, what this just proves is how much people like to meddle in other people’s lives.  How would you like it if someone came into your life and started nitpicking everything you do.

I know Pedofilisim is a bad thing, but this isn’t it.  Matthew Koso isn’t some weirdo raging child raping Pedophile.  He’s an honest, hardworking man, and Jon Burning should be ashamed of himself, as do all of you who think he should be sent to Jail.  Don’t we have enough broken families?  Now we have to make them?  You all make me sick!

Mr. Wilson April 10, 2006 at 12:27pm

You all make me sick!

What, for reporting the range of sentences for a man convicted of a crime? If that makes you sick, I strongly encourage you not to watch the evening news. They report this sort of thing all of the time. I wouldn’t want you constantly soiling yourself.

Saiken Chasofito April 10, 2006 at 7:16pm

You really misunderstood what I said.  What I meant was it really makes me sick all of you would pass judgement and meddle in someone’s life that you have no business prying into in the first place.  The District Attorney or anyone else should of gotten inovled IF AND ONLY IF the person and/or persons involved had a problem with it in the first place.

And how can someone even think to call this person a pedophile when you have comparison issues with people like Day Care Owners that like to take little 7 year olds into the back room and make them play with the “Pink Elephant”.

Really, I have a high tolerance for disgusting things.  This doesn’t make me “soil” myself, Mr. Wilsion, this just makes me rather irritated that people think they can go into someone’s life and screw it up, when this country was built on the “Freedoms”.  Literally, think about it.  Not even 50 years ago, this kind of action wouldn’t have been beaten down at all.

Oh and thank you for the unneccessary mudslinging to provoke your point.  Why not use facts instead of insults?

Mr. Wilson April 10, 2006 at 8:35pm

<em>What I meant was it really makes me sick all of you would pass judgement and meddle in someone

Saiken Chasofito April 11, 2006 at 2:50am

<em>Methinks we won

Mr. Wilson April 11, 2006 at 2:04pm

That could be taken as offense to certain prospects.  I could be wrong.

Meh. If somebody takes offense at what amounts to little more than a light wording of a simple fact, he’ll take offense to most anything. To that person I say: get a life.

Give me an application that you would think that I would not agree on this scope of thought.

I didn’t have anything in particular in mind. I don’t know your stance on any topics beyond this one. Consider it notice that in future discussions I will hold you to your statement. I expect the same in return.

The relevance is that most people are pointing this guy out to be a Pedophile when he isn�t even a basis of comparison to other raging pedophiles out there.

Your argument here is really weak. A murderer is a murderer whether he kills one or fifty. In the simplest sense, Matthew Koso is a pedophile: he is (1) an adult who is (2) sexually attracted (3) to a child. That he may or may not be as “bad” a pedophile as others does nothing to change his status.

I seriously hope you didn�t forget the link you posted to the other website, which offers a gateway to other people�s opinions, not just your own.

You’re holding me responsible for other peoples’ comments? That’s unfair, don’t you think? If you want to take them to task, go take it out on them, not on me.

You completely twisted things around.

A bit, yes. I was being unfair to make a point.

Yes some things were morally wrong, but you think today is any better?

Yes. And no.

We have rich people dominating poor people�s lives…

That has been true since money first became associated with power.

...we have illegal immigrants being treated like slaves that can�t go to the police without being deported…

Well, they are criminals (legally speaking), after all. At least today there’s a good chance the people abusing them will be punished.

...we have disfunctional familes…

That has always been true.

...we have economical problems…

That has always been true.

...but at least we can pass judgement on people when there wasn�t a problem in the first place.

You think that’s new?

Where is it your right to meddle in other people’s lives if it hasn�t harmed them to the point where any INVOLVED party has brought up criminal charges.

Unless you mean to say that I’m the one doing this, I suggest you change “your right” to “one’s right” or “a person’s right”. If you are making that accusation against me, I strongly suggest you learn a bit more about a man before you make charges against him.

Jon Burning is not an involved party.

Yes and no. Mr. Bruning is an involved party by virtue of his position. He has been tasked, by the voters of Nebraska, with protecting Nebraska’s citizens. It is especially important that he protect Nebraska’s most vulnerable citizens, including children. Therefore it was his sworn duty, as Attorney General, to involve himself. Upon notification that an adult had impregnated a child, he had no choice but to investigate. Whether or not he should have pursued this particular case as vigorously as he did given the facts at hand is another matter.

I did not see one place in any of the webpages I visited on Google that the parents of Crystal or Matt had made a fuss about it beyond an Order of Protection that Crystal�s mother passed, then later retracted.

A little web research doesn’t make one an expert on their thoughts.

I’ll give you the last word, and then I’m calling it quits for this particular discussion. We could go on forever otherwise.

Saiken Chasofito April 11, 2006 at 11:08pm

<em>Meh. If somebody takes offense at what amounts to little more than a light wording of a simple fact, he

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