In addition, in your column, you deliberately decided not to mention that Jim Marzilli was in physical danger that sunny day in Lowell, because his disinhibition was so severe, per the police reports which are available online [so I presume available to you also] that Mr. Marzilli jumped off the curb, ran into active, heavy traffic the wrong way up the middle of the busy street so that cars had to go on the sidewalk, dodging, to not hit him.
Sorry – that is not the action of a mere pervert – that is disinhibition indicating an inability to make safe choices, and in my opinion, the officer should have “pink slipped” [involuntarily committed] Marzilli as he was visibly a danger to himself and others given that behavior.
That, by the way, Mr. Carr, is part of the basis for my use of the word “disinhibition”. I explained that fact in the rest of the post you lifted from me without my permission. You did not choose to share my rationale with the world but I do.
Were I a court-appointed GAL with that kind of behavior exhibited by the ward of the court in a case, I would be recommending a secure ward until the ward’s behavior was stabilized sufficiently not to endanger themselves & others by running around in traffic – even without the sexualized behavior.
There also was nothing in any of my posts stating that the hyper sexualized behavior reported [which apparently did not include any reported physical contact, at least in Lowell] was acceptable – the question was and is, given the other unsafe and impulsive behaviors described in the seven page online report, whether there could be “intent” in the legal sense.
I do work with those who have lost control over themselves. Such individuals deserve compassion – and containment – to protect both them and those around them. If that makes me a “Moonbat” then give me the T-shirt. I will be glad to provide my mailing address to you.
Suggested slogan for the shirt: “If Howie hates us, we must be hunting the right insects.”