By Paul Daquilante • Staff Writer • 

Child sex abuser gets 30-year prison term

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I can find few comments as offensive as Mark Lawerence's comment that a "cost benefit analysis" should be applied as a barometer of justice in a horrific child sex abuse case. Simply disgusting, even for the Lawrences. I for one, would gladly see my tax dollars go towards keeping his client in a concrete closet until the day he expires.


Not sure how the Lawrence's expert came up with estimate of "less than a 5 percent chance of Marshall reoffending" but I'm sure it provides piece of mind to the victims and the offenders future neighbors. I like the 0 percent chance he poses while incarcerated.


Truly, the cost-benefit rationale represents a new all-time low. Shame on Mark Lawrence. So many attorneys earn their own bad reps.
Let's see how Marshall's calculated "remorse" helps him in prison.

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