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Nine-year-old Jessica Lunsford was kidnapped from her Florida home, raped and buried alive in February 2005. Bill O’Reilly of FOX News urged viewers to push their governors for even tougher laws to protect kids.
Bulkeley personally recommended to the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), Admiral James Watkins, and the Secretary of the Navy, John Lehman, that Iowa be taken out of service immediately.
During the investigation, numerous leaks to the media, later attributed to U. Navy officers and investigators, implied that Hartwig and another sailor, Kendall Truitt, had engaged in a homosexual relationship and that Hartwig had caused the explosion after their relationship had soured. The victims' families, the media, and members of the U. Moosally was led to believe, falsely, that top officials from Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) had authorized the experiments.
“It is time for us to send a clear message in New Hampshire.
If you prey on children, we will send you to prison, and we are going to keep you there for a long time.” Rep.
The most draconian sex offender code in America at the time had a mandatory 25-year minimum sentence for any sex crime against a child under age 12.
“I hope you'll do your part.” New Hampshire and 16 other states had passed versions of Jessica’s Law within a year. John Lynch told the New Hampshire Senate Judiciary Committee.