Why Is Dogfighting Worth Several Years in Prison Whereas Molesting a Child Is Worth Just a Little Jail Time?

Question by Betty Mae Bop: Why is dogfighting worth several years in prison whereas molesting a child is worth just a little jail time?
On the news there was this disgusting story of a guy who molested a young child, after ALREADY going to jail for another molestation crime and then released, and then was sent back to jail for only a year. Molesting a child once is a disgusting enough act that should be severely punished, but to do it *repeatedly* after being released from jail, shouldn’t this be an offense worth several years in prison as to opposed to one year in jail?
When did I say I approved of dogfighting? I DIDN’T. I’m advocate for animal rights and it’s a terrible thing but it certainly shouldn’t be worth MORE than molestation of children and raping of women.

Best answer:

Answer by Bluetiful
Because the Judicial system is f*@ked up in their heads!

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