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Local substitute teacher charged with sexual misconduct with a minor

April 2, 2013

Devin Russell Binegar, 24, of 49 Waugh St., Newport, was arrested Monday for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a felony....

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Apr-03-13 12:20 AM

There is certainly a lot of soapbox-style ranting centered around a certain form of impotent rage.

Also, the wall-of-text style is hard on the eyes. Plenty of advice for others but they can't seem to find the 'enter' key to break up the paragraphs of nonsense.

Even more cringe-worthy, the folks who can't seem to keep it to one entry. They treat this website like it's their own personal blog.

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Apr-03-13 12:09 AM

OhioResident: You are so right. But, this site is riddled with those eager to pass judgment without facts, impose punishment without conviction, and mete out cruel and unusual punishment while proclaiming themselves to be good Americans who support the Constitution.

You can't change them. They are ignorant and there is no cure for ignorance.

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Apr-02-13 11:20 PM

Everyone seems to be always jumping the gun to point their fingers at the parents, not knowing where their teenagers are. I bet some of you, and hopefully all of you, were a teenager at some point in your life. I know I was a teenager and not perfect..I lied to my parents. I told them that I was going one place,ending up somewhere that I knew that I wasn't supposed to be, which is what I feel these teens were up to. I learned my lesson, when I was finally caught by my parents..and boy did I learn..(ouch) Needless to say, teenagers will lie to get out. I AM NOT taking up for these disgusting perverts for preying on our children. I hope, they end up being someones "pretty boys" for an eternity once they go to prison!!!(just saying) But please don't put all the blame on parents whenever these stories are revealed. Most parents work,sometimes 2 jobs just to make it, let's give them a break instead of making them look more like criminals too. (this is just an opinion of one paren

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Apr-02-13 7:25 PM

No matter what the CHILD did or her parents did or did not do, an adult should never place himself or herself in the position to be accused. Most men are overly scared of being accused, not out at teen parties lookin for a good time.

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Apr-02-13 5:33 PM

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Apr-02-13 3:52 PM

Thankfully these guys have been arrested, and hopefully they will be kept in jail, So let's hope that every person who saw, suspects or may has been harmed by Devin Russell Binegar and/or Shane Dye, will find the courage and strength to speak up and contact police, no matter how long ago the abuse happened. It is extremely rare that a child predator has only one victim, and they need to be kept far away from kids forever. Keep in mind your silence only hurts, and by speaking up there is a chance for healing, exposing the truth, and therefore protecting others.

Judy Jones, SNAP Midwest Associate Director, USA, 636-433-2511. snapjudy@gmail****, "SNAP (The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) is the world's oldest and largest support group for clergy abuse victims. SNAP was founded in 1988 and has more than 12,000 members. Despite the word priest in our title, we have members who were molested by nuns, rabbis, coaches, bishops, teachers, ministers,Boy Scouts, etc

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Apr-02-13 3:46 PM

Something to keep in mind- Child predators are very cunning and manipulative. They know every trick on how to groom, threaten, lie, and put the fear of god into their victims and sometimes even their family members. They also appear to do a lot of goods things, they can be very charismatic and you may think they would never harm a child. They have to be this way, in order to not get caught and to continue to abuse Sexual predators are often powerful and well-loved. It would be comforting if those who preyed on the vulnerable were obvious social misfits whose appearance would somehow set off alarm bells and give us ‘the willies’ or ‘the creeps.’ They rarely do. Usually, predators are among the last people we would suspect of sexually violating others. At a party, the predator isn’t some oddball sitting alone in a corner because others feel uncomfortable with him. Most often, the predator is the guy throwing the party.

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