Pornstar Jack Venice jailed for rape cuz of his (hot) porn career?

  • kenanna

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    Oct 17, 2013 1:23 AM GMT
    so this hot man, jack venice. Always love his porn. but apparently he's charged with rape for life sentence. But he kept trying to repeal as he maintained that he's innocent and got his sentence becuz of his porn career. What do you guys think

    this is the website of his evidence:
    http://udontnojack.com

    and here's the news coverage. what do you think
    http://www.xrentdvd.com/XRentDVD_News.html#@JackVeniceXXX

    http://www.examiner.com/article/chris-reid-porn-actor-jack-venice-speaks-out-against-life-sentence

    I feel like if he's really innocent. We should help him gained social media attention. What do you guys think?
  • AMoonHawk

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    Oct 17, 2013 3:08 AM GMT
    http://www.youtube.com/user/jackvenicexxx

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    Oct 17, 2013 3:23 AM GMT
    kenanna saidso this hot man, jack venice. Always love his porn. but apparently he's charged with rape for life sentence. But he kept trying to repeal as he maintained that he's innocent and got his sentence becuz of his porn career. What do you guys think

    this is the website of his evidence:
    http://udontnojack.com

    and here's the news coverage. what do you think
    http://www.xrentdvd.com/XRentDVD_News.html#@JackVeniceXXX

    http://www.examiner.com/article/chris-reid-porn-actor-jack-venice-speaks-out-against-life-sentence

    I feel like if he's really innocent. We should help him gained social media attention. What do you guys think?


    I don't know of his innocense or guilt, but "tough" on crime legislation may not be the best disincentive to deter various kinds of crime...especially when things like rape and kidnap get the same punishment as first degree murder in many states...
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    Oct 17, 2013 7:12 AM GMT
    Aristoshark said
    Unnamed5 saidI don't know of his innocense or guilt, but "tough" on crime legislation may not be the best disincentive to deter various kinds of crime...especially when things like rape and kidnap get the same punishment as first degree murder in many states...

    This is the first really lucid thing I've heard you say.


    But you should realize I'm not writing on many topics of interests to me, at least not yet, so I guess you don't get to read many more of my "lucid" thoughts for the time being, so I guess I'll continue to appear as cray cray as you think I might be still.
  • kenanna

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    Oct 18, 2013 6:25 AM GMT
    well when you look at the website. You can read the court record. and basically there's no DNA evidence that he even touched the girl, the DNA on the condom rapper is inconclusive, verified by 3 other DNA experts

    And the states apparently also hid important evidence, such as the fact that the accuser didn't identify him in the first place
  • KepaArg

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    Oct 18, 2013 6:39 AM GMT
    He's not hot so I lost interest in attempting to read his story.
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    Oct 18, 2013 7:22 AM GMT
    Aristoshark said
    Unnamed5 said
    Aristoshark said
    Unnamed5 saidI don't know of his innocense or guilt, but "tough" on crime legislation may not be the best disincentive to deter various kinds of crime...especially when things like rape and kidnap get the same punishment as first degree murder in many states...

    This is the first really lucid thing I've heard you say.


    But you should realize I'm not writing on many topics of interests to me, at least not yet, so I guess you don't get to read many more of my "lucid" thoughts for the time being, so I guess I'll continue to appear as cray cray as you think I might be still.

    I don't mean that I agree with it---although I do---I mean that it is a whole thought, intelligently expressed in plain language.


    Well my previous statements are actually incomplete thoughts though, but much can be implied from what I stated though. I mean, if a person happens to commit what's called "aggravated kidnap" (like kidnap for ransom or by carjacking) in a state like California for example, they will get an automatic 25 years to life in imprisonment sentence without the possibility of parole, so kidnappers have a lot of incentives to actually cover up the kidnap by murdering the person they kidnapped. One real life example of this involved a kid named Nicholas Markowitz, whose story is portrayed in the movie "Alpha Dog", and while the kid was "kidnapped" over a simple drug debt that someone else owed, and was actually seen partying openly with his kidnappers, enough to actually befriend them as well, once the perpetrators learned from their lawyer that they would get life sentences for kidnapping the kid, they panicked and decided to then cover up the kidnap by killing the kid, but of course it didn't work.