How Snitching Can Improve Your Life

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Look at Dylan Thomas as he's led from the plane a year and a half ago. Dirty, filthy and disgusting. He'd been begging in the streets of Mexico for food to survive, bringing it back to his apartment to eat like an animal amongst all the rotting food and debris pedos are known for.

But now, it's all paid off and he can live a comfortable life made easier knowing he's helped to catch his fellow pedo brothers.

Perhaps he was just lonely in jail and hoped they'd be joining him and he'd have someone to listen to him pontificate for the next 20 to 50 years about how much he just loved little boys and of course would never hurt them.

See this story:

And watch the video of Dylan Thomas - the shifty-eyed Webmaster of BoyChat being led into the courtroom where the victim's mother says
"He has shown himself cold, calculating, self-centered, deceitful, and very willing to use the innocent and naive to serve his personal ends."

"After spending nine years on the FBI's most wanted list, a New Hampshire man pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 5-year-old boy in Deerfield, N.H.

Police said Jon Schillaci fled when the investigation into the assault started and was on the run until they caught up with him in June 2008. Schillaci was arrested in Mexico after spending nearly a decade on the run.

Schillaci was sentenced to 20 to 50 years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of felonious sexual assault and 23 counts of possession of child pornography.

The investigation began October 1999 when a 5-year-old told his parents that Schillaci had improperly touched him. Police later found child pornography on his computer.

Schillaci had been invited to Deerfield by the boy's parents after his release from prison in Texas, where he was convicted of sexually assaulting two 11-year-old boys. While in prison, Schillaci exchanged letters with the Deerfield family, who wanted to give him a second chance.
In a letter read in court by the prosecutor, the boy's mother said that everyone deserves a second chance, but Schillaci spit on the chance they gave him.
But why a plea agreement? Why not just take it to trial and get the biggest sentence possible? A couple of reasons:
Prosecutors said one reason they agreed to the plea agreement was to spare the boy, now 15, from testifying. Schillaci also cooperated with federal authorities, and officials said that led to more than one child being rescued from an abusive situation.
And Dylan? Well, that big talking, fat-mouthed, filthy pedophile doesn't have to beg for food anymore. I guess he's quite comfy now. He's starting to look like Ghostwriter as a matter of fact. 'Cept he won't be going to Mexico anytime soon.

If I were the BoyChatters, I'd be afraid. I'd be very afraid.
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