JUSTICE SERVED … Texas Man James Kevin Pope Sentenced to 4,060 Years in Prison for Sexual Assault of Three Teen Girls


Its about time a child sex offender gets what’s rightfully coming to them.

Don’t mess with Texas, especially when it comes to sentencing for child rapists. 43 year old James Kevin Pope was found guilty of sexual assaulting minors a jury sentenced him to 4060 years … 40 life prison terms,  one for each sex assault conviction and 20 years for each of the three sexual performance of a child convictions.

This child sex offender will be eligible for parole in 3209. If we can’t have the death penalty, then locking the perv up and throwing away the key is the next best option. James Kevin Pope was sentenced to almost 1.5 million days in prison.

James Kevin Pope

James Kevin Pope: 4060 years should keep this child molester busy

At the request of prosecutors, state District Judge Graham Quisenberry ordered Pope to serve the sentences consecutively, adding up to 4,060 years. He will be eligible for parole in the year 3209, according to the Parker County District Attorney’s Office.

“We believe it was a just result,” prosecutor Robert DuBoise said, adding that he was “overwhelmed” with the judge’s decision to stack the sentences.

Pope, 43, abused the girls for nearly two years. It came to authorities’ attention earlier this year after Pope made several inappropriate comments to a friend, who notified Child Protective Services.

During the trial, the teens testified about the abuse, and their sexually explicit photographs were shown as evidence.

Its about time that a state got tough on child abusers, unlike Vermont. There is a reason why child rapists run to Vermont and out of Texas. Some states are just havens for pedeophiles.

UPDATE I: More Justice in Another Child Rape and Murder Case … Mark Dean Schwab Executed in Florida

Chalk another one up for the good guys as child kidnapper, raper and killer Mark Dean Schwab will not be performing those acts ever again … NEVER!!! Honestly, do any of us care that a person who kidnaps, rapes and murders an 11 year old boy is caused pain during their execution? Hell, most of us would hope it does. Given a choice … a public stoning would have been appropriate for Mark Dean Schwab.

Mark D. Schwab

Mark Dean Schwab experiences Florida’s treatment of sex offenders

Mark Dean Schwab, who was convicted of kidnapping, raping and killing an 11-year-old boy, died at 6:15 p.m.

It took 34 minutes for Diaz to die, more than twice the normal time. Schwab’s execution started at 6:03 p.m. and lasted 12 minutes.

Schwab, 39, unsuccessfully challenged Florida’s new procedure, claiming it could also cause pain and suffering. His latest appeal was denied by the U.S. Supreme Court hours before he was put to death for the 1991 killing Junny Rios-Martinez of Cocoa, a small town on the central-east coast of Florida.

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  • Comments

    4 Responses to “JUSTICE SERVED … Texas Man James Kevin Pope Sentenced to 4,060 Years in Prison for Sexual Assault of Three Teen Girls”

    1. richard on July 4th, 2008 7:36 am

      In the Florida case, who was Diaz? Isn’t clear.

      I don’t know, Texas and Florida … I guess you just don’t understand that the victim isn’t important. What matters is rehabilitation.

      That’s why Vermont judge Cashman, in a case a few years ago, set a prison sentence of SIXTY DAYS for an animal who had repeatedly, for years, sexually abused a young girl. You see, that sentence allowed the offender to get treatment.

      And that’s what really matters … not what happens to the victim, but what happens to the criminal. It is society’s fault that he is the way he is, so society owes him the duty of rehabilitation, so he can get out of jail.

      And live next door to you and me.

      And if something happens to our children? (I don’t have any, but I’m making a point.)

      Oops … guess the rehabilitation didn’t work.
      Shucks, nobody can be right all the time ….

      According to the story, Schwab challenged the new procedure in Florida, saying that it could cause pain and suffering.

      Let’s hope that it did. He was put to death for a murder in 1991 … that’s 17 years later. His victim was 11 years old. The article doesn’t say if the whole 17 years were spent in legal proceedings (at state expense?), but who would be surprised?

      Who can do anything but hold a vast contempt for the whole legal machinery?

    2. kitty on July 4th, 2008 9:19 am

      It’s a catch and release program that for some unGodly reason continues…

      Richard, I can not agree with you more and am tired of the devaluing of our children in our country.

      The criminal has more rights and it is never about the victim ~ God bless the victims…

      I too, hold contempt for the legal machinery…

    3. tuyvnsurvivor on July 4th, 2008 5:04 pm

      I have told it too many times, that of having been on 3 different criminal trail juries. 2 to jury sentencing, one plea bargained soon after we were seated. For myself and as I asked other jurors only after the trials and sentencing, I hoped on hope to find an innocent man or someone well salvageable, someone that merely made a reflexive error. Was not the case, they got absolute maximum. Not nearly self defense as it was once for me in my own life. My guess is, since I tell the judge and lawyers before selection of my self defense event…bet it makes me a shoe in to be chosen by the defense.

      That a jury has to do this entire procedure, all prior to the sentencing phase, without knowing anything of the perps record…I think that sucks.

      After the last trial I was a jury on our judge did something I feel should be manditory. We met just after the sentencing, back at the jury room for the judge to come in set down as one of us and we got to voice complaints of his actions, praise him or generally ask why’s. He got a little heat, many of the jurors were still crying after rendering such a harsh verdict, but it seems just about each juror had something to say to the judge. Mostly complaints or how things should be. But of course that judge has little rule over lawmakers.

      The judge stayed in there for perhaps an hour. At times I concerned for someone saying sometihng too dumb and sounding predisposed to a verdict, or to admit something dumb that might set off a mistrial. But the jury stayed squeeky clean…yours truely and one other juror barked during the episodes of the trial to do precisely per the judges directions…”or mistrial”.

      I think for at least criminal cases it should be manditory a judge come in and meet with a jury to field the complaints or complements (few) emmediately after the trial. Our judge even sent us snail mail soliciting a one at a time meeting with us as individuals to hear our complaints. I took the judge up on it and did finish up my complaints: juries kept in the dark too much in favor of the accused. When you are finally told of the long wicked record of the accused, you might find yourself so p,ed, because some of the deep punishing and searching you do to yourself in analysist, to headaches and no sleep — would have been much less. So often the jury is treated as idiots; then give the jury an IQ test, honesty test…select them better…something. But I felt treated down, way down. I am however emmensely proud of having served jury duty, think I am most fair even with those far different life goals or wants than mine. I have had an incredibly diverse life, equalled up with sins or goods. One of the proudest things I have ever done is jury duty, and we got it right.

      In writing this I have turned this into a good 4th of July thought for me. After dark I will ride my 4 wheeler, with Rott dog in the front basket, Border Collie behind me, a grand dog Shelty I am keeping for the weekend setting in my lap,…we will ride up on top of a hill on our property. We will shut it off there, eat some watermelon and watch fireworks by the neighborhoods not so far away. Thanks SM and everyone, have a great evening.

    4. MissKatie on July 6th, 2008 10:31 am

      I cannot believe how these criminals commit hanious crimes.. they torture rape or kill … cruely and yet when its their time to pay for their crimes.. they call it cruel and unjust.. what about what they did to the victims… cruel and unjust deserves to be paid back in the same manor…

      theres a man in prison here in calif in my hometown.. he raped and killed a young girl because he was jealous that a man he was interested in was having a relationship with her.. he is on death row.. a few yrs ago his time had come up to be executed by lethal injection.. he appealed and got a temp stay.. he called the manor he was being executed in as cruel and unjust….
      go figure that… he hasnt been executed yet…

      i realy believe they need to get the electric chair… like bundy!!!

      geez how easy and painless is lethal come on you fall asleep and die..

      they need to fry … sizzzle red hot… they showed no mercy they deserve none….

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