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02:16 PM on 07/27/2010
I don't know, her appearance on that dancing show kind of negated anything she has to say. She is no less a victim, I'm just saying that she is an exhibitionist so her rules as to the sentence for the criminal is weird.leave it for the lawmakers. She would not have been dancing if it was not for him and I would never of heard of her. Good bye Erin you are not stalking material.
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AlphaDragon
Rawr
02:50 PM on 07/27/2010
I just don't understand why appearing on Dancing with the Stars would negate what she has to say about her experience with being stalked?

Also, being on TV for dancing with the stars doesn't make her an exhibitionist, and even if it did she should still have something to say about her privacy being violated.

Just because you do not watch ESPN doesn't mean that Millions of viewers would not know who she is and what she does.
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Garnet Scarabin
03:48 PM on 07/27/2010
Well put. Faved and fanned.
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deven61
Sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids
02:54 PM on 07/27/2010
Agreed
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Mondayboy
Rebel with a cause
02:10 PM on 07/27/2010
At first I thought the title read "Erin Andrews, ESPN Reporter, Pushes Tougher Anti-Spanking Laws On Capitol Hill"
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lessbs
not rich enough to be a republican
02:09 PM on 07/27/2010
Can she afford private police protection? In my area, it seems like someone is being killed every day or two tied to domestic dispute issues. Many have restraining orders but the police claim they do not have the resources to enforce them. Are more laws the answer or better enforcement techniques?
04:28 PM on 07/27/2010
Excellent point, less, fanned.
02:09 PM on 07/27/2010
not exactly a lot of peopholes, I mean people, care enough to even comment. On one level, it is ridiculous that someone can perpetrate this. On another, it kind of brings these media goddesses down to reality that they're just a human body like everyone else (albeit a better looking one). These women are more than willing to sell their sexuality to make a living, but they don't want someone to see that they're just another example of what everyone has actually already seen. Like I said, though, there's no reason to cater to perverts who can also get violent, and people shouldnt be followed, although it is one of the prices of fame. For her to act like her life is ruined forever is a bit much though.
02:08 PM on 07/27/2010
Stalkers are a part of fame like peanut butter is to jam. Stars and so forth should be able to carry firearms anywhere they go. A quick show of a rifle, shotgun or trusty six shooter is sure to turn the casual stalker into an afterthought!
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Balzac
02:08 PM on 07/27/2010
Wow, that was a light sentence for Erin Andrews' stalker. Also, it was a recurring thing, he did it more than once and in multiple locations. What a creepy guy.
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Frenbar
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
02:05 PM on 07/27/2010
Isn't it time to stop giving our authorities more power? Don't they have enough power already? The kid that guessed Sarah Palin's password was looking at 50 years in prison, do we really need harsher laws?

It seems whenever Congress does anything, all it does is make things worse for the rest of us.
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Alicia Mauer
06:59 PM on 07/27/2010
Except that stalking can lead to murder and sexual assault, so yes. Laws against stalking should be harsher.
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bbbbjr
freedom from religion
01:56 PM on 07/27/2010
i fully empathize with her invasion of privacy but dont we already have laws against peeping toms etc? This guy was in fact put in jail for over 2 years. so is the issue the other 3 years that she is calling for?

in nj, a man was just convicted of vehicular homocide and sentenced to 4 years.

seems the 2.5 yrs is about right.
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prophile
01:56 PM on 07/27/2010
Give me a break. More "white woman victim" syndrome.
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westphilly726
Just call me Hot Stuff
04:25 PM on 07/27/2010
Better call Nancy Grace!!!!