Are you serious? This is what we found as we see the state bracing for it’s record numbers of sex offenders in Montana.
Posted: May 4, 2012 7:16 AM by Angela Douglas – Q2 News
Updated: May 4, 2012 7:16 AM
The recent developments in the western side of the state, prompted us to take a closer look at rapes and sexual assaults in our own city.
When reviewing the statistics here in Billings, it’s clear that rape is very much an issue in this city as well.
According to the Billings Police Department approximately 130 forcible rapes happened between 2008 and 2010.
2008: 52 forcible rapes
2009: 46 forcible rapes
2010: 31 forcible rapes
As for 2011, police investigated more than 50 forcible rape cases but that number is subject to decrease once the final numbers are compiled in the next couple weeks.
Between 2008 and 2010, approximately 300 sex offenses occurred.
2008: 99 sex offenses
2009: 123 sex offenses
2010: 82 sex offenses
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This state should not be given the award for the best fiscal state. The governor should not receive kudo’s because Montana has over a $400 million surplus. Montana should be receiving the award for the fastest growing sex offense state. A sex crime is a very serious crime indeed. It is a very traumatic crime that can affect the soul of a person. It is a ruthless crime when we take made up stories without evidence and convict people on that alone. I have always been a person to believe that anyone that commits a sex crime should be locked up and throw away the key. They were the lowest in society. I can’t believe that I am now having to represent the voice of so many that have been unjustly accused and unjustly convicted. I would not be doing this if I had not seen documentation myself. Case after case. No wonder Montana pushes the plea bargain. The system has been brainwashing Montanans that all of these cases are actual cases and that they need your taxpaying money to continue to grow their efforts. This is an insult to those that have truly had a crime committed against them. It demeans what they have actually gone through, when you make it a scam for anyone to be accused to make money. They have found a niche that they know the community abhors these type of individuals and think nothing of it to lock them up for life. It is a fear that everyone has and they are profiting from it. Montana follow the money, start doing your research.