Victimless Crime Files: Kathleen Bunnell Lets Dealer Rape her Daughter

Should be charged with rape

Anyone who thinks legalization would have kept this from happening has never seen an addict run out of money – which all do. The one main reason for supporting drug prohibition is because it allows child protective services to step in a take kids from addict before those kids are raped or murdered. But what’s a little child rape compared to your ability to get high?

From Fox Carolina:

MAULDIN, S.C. — A Mauldin woman was arrested Thursday, accused of trading her 16-year-old daughter for drugs, the Mauldin Police Department said.

Police said that Kathleen Bunnell, 39, of Mauldin, is charged with prostitution of a minor, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and unlawful neglect of a child.

Investigators said on Jan. 23, Bunnell left the girl with a drug dealer for hours after being given a shot in the neck of an illegal narcotic.

The girl is now in the custody of the Department of Social Services, police said.

Bunnell should be charged with rape too. Then executed.

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5 Responses to “Victimless Crime Files: Kathleen Bunnell Lets Dealer Rape her Daughter”

  1. Ajax the Great on February 5th, 2011 9:01 pm

    Obviously this incubator is a filthy degenerate, no doubt about that. There is absolutely no excuse for what she did. Would she have done it if her drug(s) of choice (I’m guessing heroin and/or meth given the use of a needle and her appearance) were legal? Possibly, since only a degenerate would do that, and a degenerate is a degenerate regardless of the drug laws. But what is known is that drug prohibition did nothing to prevent this from happening, or else it would not have occurred. In addition, this case is also irrelevant to cannabis prohibition, as I have never heard of a pothead selling his or her child’s body just so they can score a bag of weed.

    And when was the last time you saw an alkie or nicotine fiend do something like this to fund their habit? Their addictions can be just as severe as crack, meth, or smack, and they do run out of money too. But since their drugs of choice are legal, they can get all the money they need to support their habits via panhandling, or even good old-fashioned honest work. And buy their substances at the store as well. Prohibition, on the other hand, inflates prices and forces addicts to go to scumbags like that guy to get their fix. And, far from preventing tragedies like this, it keeps cops far too focused on busting drug users and low-level dealers, taking valuable (and finite) resources away from catching murderers, robbers, burglars, racketeers, and even rapists like this monster.

  2. Rob Taylor on February 5th, 2011 9:19 pm

    The fact that you don;t see cigarette smokers and heavy drinkers doing what is fairly commonplace among heroin and crack addicts (this story is pretty boilerplate in NYC) demonstrates that the addictions are different. Remember – people who quit heroin can literally die from withdrawal which is why we give them methadone. But this is a product of not just the drugs but the drug culture which won’t change regardless of prohibition status.

    You can drink grape juice in a bar but you’re still in a bar.

  3. Ajax the Great on February 5th, 2011 9:46 pm

    “The fact that you don;t see cigarette smokers and heavy drinkers doing what is fairly commonplace among heroin and crack addicts (this story is pretty boilerplate in NYC) demonstrates that the addictions are different.”

    Clever tautology you got there.

    “Remember – people who quit heroin can literally die from withdrawal which is why we give them methadone”

    Advanced alcoholics can also die of withdrawal, which is why we give them benzodiazepines like Valium during detox. In fact the (untreated) withdrawal for booze is more deadly than for heroin. Withdrawal from the latter is fatal only extremely rarely, and only among severe addicts who are also in very poor health (even by junkie standards no less). Unlike benzos for alkies, methadone is mainly for maintenance so the junkies (hopefully) don’t go back on the “horse”, not for preventing fatalities or seizures.

    “But this is a product of not just the drugs but the drug culture which won’t change regardless of prohibition status.”

    And how much of the seediness of the illicit drug culture is due to its illegality and underground nature? The market is run by criminals, by definition. Look at the drinking culture during alcohol Prohibition, versus after it. Vive la difference. I’m not saying the substances themselves don’t contribute to it, but let’s face it, none of it happens in a vacuum.

  4. Rob Taylor on February 5th, 2011 9:56 pm

    Booze is legal but bars are hell holes. It’s Saturday night and you’re looking to pick a fight with some guy who’s only interested in whether or not you click his ads. You can’t still pretend to not understand what I’m saying.

    I don’t care about prohibition, but I do care about the truth. Drug users suck. Heavy drinkers suck. Most people do those things because they otherwise suck, but the substance abuse exacerbates their problems.

    You like the “occasional” (every other day I’m sure) joint and what’s it doing for you? Here’s a story of a woman helping rape her own daughter and you are so self-involved and narcissistic that you’re trying to turn this into a conversation about your favorite subject … on a Saturday night. I’m working on an article planning my garden for the Spring, plus I’m almost 40. Why are you here on a Saturday night, arguing?

    Seriously, you got high today and are in the process of seeking out conflict on the web. Your so hell bent on inflicting yourself on others that you literally move from IP to IP if I ban you. But you think your drug use is not effecting you? Why do you need me involved with you?

    I know, it’s a victimless crime. Why aren’t you out getting laid?

  5. Ajax the Great on February 5th, 2011 9:59 pm

    All you can respond with is more ad hominem attacks? Well, that shows who won the argument. And yeah, apparently I am wasting my time arguing any further. Good night, Rob.

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