Firth Gets 3 Years In Prison For Molestations

by The Editors on April 26, 2010

100426Firth T352Raymond Firth, the former Pacific Rim Elementary School school teacher who plead guilty to “sexual battery involving two girls in his second- and third-grade classes” on March 19, 2010, was sentenced to three years and eight month in prison today (April 26, 2010) according to a story on SignOn San Diego.

Firth, who had been free on bond, was taken into custody after the sentencing hearing in Vista Superior Court. . . Some of the parents of the young victims spoke at the hearing, saying they had mixed feelings about Firth’s sentence because they think there may have been more victims.

[Link: SignOn San Diego]

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Robin Young April 26, 2010 at 7:28 pm

Wow, what a week for injustice. Three years for virtually destroying the lives of two young girls, who will forever be scarred by his behavior. It terrifies me to think how many other unnamed lives he has destroyed. Shame on the court system fro not protecting our children and not placing adequate value on their lives!

The worst part is, he will only serve half that sentence because he’ll get off for good behavior, because there won’t be any little girls to molest. Firth and his ilk deserve, at best, life in prison without any chance parole! Because this is a public forum, I’ll refrain from saying what I think he REALLY deserves.

Kaylei April 27, 2010 at 12:42 am

Three years is absolute crap. They don’t like child molesters in jail, let’s see how well he’s treated while he’s serving time.

Steve C May 1, 2010 at 3:12 am

I say let’s cut off his junk with a rusty knife, then send him to prison.

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