The Rittenhouse Review

A Philadelphia Journal of Politics, Finance, Ethics, and Culture

Saturday, July 27, 2002  

Pedophiles Taking Over Our Schools!

A former math teacher at Cherokee High School in Evesham, N.J., was sentenced Friday to two years of probation and fined $2,500 for having sex with a 17-year-old student who attends the school, according to a report in Saturday’s Philadelphia Inquirer, “Teacher Gets Probation for Sex With Student.”

John M. Evans, 33, who had taught at the Evesham school since 1995, pleaded guilty in April to fourth-degree child abuse and has forfeited his teacher’s license. . . . Evans’[s] probation also mandates that he have no contact with the 17-year-old, or anyone else from the Lenape Regional School District, of which Cherokee is a member. He also cannot attend any event at any district school. In addition, he must undergo a psychological evaluation.”

How many such incidents have to occur before we as a country return to our traditional values and get the homosexuals out of our schools before they take one more step toward advancing their radical agenda to molest, corrupt, and convert America’s youth, undermine the American family, destroy marriage, spread atheism, and steal our husbands?! Why isn't this pervert going to jail?! The liberal homosexuals with all their money have silenced their critics and infiltrated our schools and our courts! God will punish us for this!

Oh, wait a minute . . . We didn’t finish the article.

Hold on . . . Give us a minute . . . Just another second . . .

Huh. It turns out this case has nothing to do with the homosexuals at all.

The pervert in this case, which has attracted little, if any, attention outside the immediate area, was a married man, his wife expecting twins at the time he had intercourse with the underage girl.

Whatever happened to statutory rape?

“Evans, who is married, arranged to meet the girl at a Medford Wawa and took her to his home during the weekend of Feb. 23 and 24,” the Inquirer reports. [Ed.: A Wawa is a convenience store much like a 7-Eleven.]

At the time of sentencing, the judge observed that Evans was what many would call “a family man,” a defender of “traditional values” -- Evans’s wife is expecting twins in October. Superior Court Judge Thomas S. Smith Jr. told the convicted molester that if one of the babies is a girl, “I want you to think how you would feel if one of your daughters was a victim.”

So . . . um . . . never mind. Go on about your business.

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