First of not all of these guys are perverts,s econdly some of them are conditioned that way by the penal systems. Read the story of Aryan Brotherhood member (one of founding memebrs) Dwight Abbott:
"Abbott, Dwight Edgar, I Cried You Didn't Listen: A survivor's expose of the California Youth Authority. As this moment, a young boy or girl is being physically, sexually, mentally and emotionally mistreated with the walls of America's juvenile penal system. This abuse comes not only from the children's peers but from the people whom society has entrusted with the children's welfare. These scars will brutally scar the tender and impressionable innocents. And, these children will eventually respond to their pain be stealing, raping and murdering. The author was sent to LA County Juvenile Hall after his parents were seriously injured in an automobile accident at age 9. And, many of the other children, ranging in age from 7 to 17, were there because of broken families. Others were criminals. On the day of his arrival, one of the older black boys beat him severely. A counselor looked on. That night, three Mexican boys sexually assaulted a white boy. The Mexicans were all about 15, the white boy was about 7. He'd never done anything wrong before. This story is of that boy, now a man, who was introduced to a world of brutality, rape and perversion at the tender age of 9. He is not listed as an irredeemable. He has robbed, raped and killed. Twin lighting bolts tattooed on his neck confirm he is a one time member in the Aryan Brotherhood, the notorious white supremacist prison gang. This is his unforgettable chronicle that should make anyone who has a child sit up and take notice - before the innocence of their child may be robbed from them."
from:http://law.justia.com/cases/california/ ... /1142.html
"While appellant was in jail, he asked a cellmate, Dwight Abbot, to kill four people when Abbot was released, in exchange for a "couple thousand dollars" and a Mustang automobile. He asked Abbot to kill a young rape victim of appellant's, whom he wanted killed because she had testified against him. Appellant also wanted Abbot to rape and torture her and tell her why she was being killed. He asked Abbot to kill her parents, because they did not prevent her from testifying against him. Finally, he asked Abbot to kill her girl friend, who would probably be with her when Abbot found the rape victim. Appellant's conversations with Abbot about the killings extended over a period of time, about two weeks. Appellant wrote a description of these victims; that document was admitted into evidence. [151 Cal. App. 3d 1145]"
from:https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgr ... C8PEi4PvMw
"Fugitive surrenders to Santa Clara police after 7 hour standoff
By Katherine Corcoran
A seven-hour standoff between Santa Clara police and a fugitive sex
offender ended peacefully early Wednesday, but not before neighbors
were evacuated and officers threw tear gas to force the man to
Police arrested Dwight ``Sonny'' Abbott, 60, about 1:20 a.m. on a four
counts of child molestation after calling and using a public address
system for more than six hours to try to get him to leave the duplex
on Agate Court in Santa Clara.
``They told us this guy is dangerous and everyone was nervous,'' said
Jaime Braga, who has lived for 27 years next door to the house where
Abbott was hiding. ``The tear gas was very loud. Big booms. It scared
me a little bit, but my house has no damage.''
Abbott was arrested early last week on a narcotics charge and was
released on bail. San Jose police, knowing he was a registered sex
offender, conducted interviews in the apartment building where Abbott
lived and found a 15-year-old boy who told police he was molested by
Abbott over a four-month period last year.
By that time Abbott had fled, and the district attorney issued a $7
million warrant for his arrest.
About the same time, Braga noticed a man with a German Shepard and a
black Camaro, which Abbott drives, showing up at his neighbors' house,
especially on weekends.
``He was always like, `Hi, how are you doing?' But he didn't look like
anyone I wanted to talk to,'' Braga said.
San Jose police alerted the public that Abbott was ``armed and
extremely dangerous'' after finding 30 knives in his apartment and
hearing from neighbors who he said he would rather die than return to
prison. Abbott is or has been a member of the Aryan Brotherhood,
Police received numerous tips on his whereabouts, but the Santa Clara
one checked out Tuesday when San Jose officers saw him walk into the
duplex early Tuesday evening. They alerted Santa Clara police, who
evacuated neighbors, first to a nearby office building and then to a
preschool, while spending more than five hours calling to Abbott to
leave the house. He never responded. Finally they threw tear gas into
the house, which police said they knew had no other residents inside.
Another hour elapsed before Abbott indicated he was ready to
surrender. Police found him hiding in the crawl space.
``That was one reason why it may have taken so long,'' Santa Clara
Det. Kurt Clarke said. ``He hid himself under the house, where he
couldn't hear the P.A. system, and the gas didn't get to him right
Abbott was taken to Valley Medical Center for a routine check because
his arrest involved tear gas, and later booked into Santa Clara County
Jail. Braga couldn't return to his house until 6 a.m. Wednesday
morning because firefighters had to air out the tear gas that drifted
from next door.
``I lost one day of work and one night of sleep, but it's OK now,'' he
From:http://news.newamericamedia.org/news/vi ... 7922dfe6bf
"In Dwight Abbott’s introduction we learn that the manuscript for his memoir, “I Cried You Didn’t Listen” was written in a maximum-security prison cell in Oregon, at the time part of a solution California initiated in response to the growing problem of prison gangs in the state. Mr. Abbott was then an acknowledged founding member of the ‘Aryan Brotherhood’, a white supremacist prison gang.
While there, he’s on 23-hour lock down with little if no human contact. The only kindness he’s offered comes from a guard he never sees. He’s given cigarettes and then the stub of a pencil with which he begins to write this same memoir on piles of tissue paper. The day before the guard is transferred he discovers that the hand of friendship belongs to a black man.
The story is reminiscent of Victor Hugo’s great 19th century French novel, ‘Les Miserables.’ An impoverished Jean Valjean is convicted of stealing a loaf of bread and sentenced to years of hard labor in France’s notorious penal system. The environment hardens him, physically and emotionally, so that he comes out a far more dangerous man than went in.
It’s only through the accidental (some might say ‘divine’) intervention of a poor, Catholic Bishop that Valjean is able to find the resolve to forgive the world that created him-and learn to live in it again.
“I Cried, You Didn’t Listen,” is Dwight Abbott’s memoir of growing up in California’s Youth Authority system (simply known as YA in California). It’s a sober look back on a childhood spent in the brutal conditions of the state’s juvenile justice system, and one that exposes the system’s negligence and complicity in fostering those conditions.
Burdened with physical and psychological scars and the stigma of being a dangerous juvenile delinquent, Mr. Abbott’s struggle to re-enter society evokes the fictional dramas of social justice that dominated 19th century literature in the west.
Mr. Abbott describes his childhood as being “unremarkable” and hard to remember before the age of nine when both his parents end up in a coma, victims of a car crash. His aunt, with whom the children are staying at the time of the accident, is considered an unfit guardian. For reasons not given, Dwight is separated from his siblings and sent to Juvenile Hall for what would be a temporary stay that irreparably changes his life.
There he learns that racial segregation is the norm, fighting and sexual assault are a means at establishing a social order and that some of the counselors assigned to look after the wards at best, ignore the violence and, at worst, encourage it.
His third night there, he’s raped by one of the counselors in the shower room and told to stay quiet. He soon snaps and nearly kills one of his younger tormentors with a baseball bat. When his parents, now recovered, come to pick him up he describes the meeting with his father as if it were the first time they had met.
“I watched a puzzled expression come over his face. I recalled that look when dad told me that his eyes told me that I was his son, but that mine had told him that his son was no longer there. . .”
Mr. Abbott, unable and unaided in dealing with the scars and growing anger that ensued spends almost the entirety of his youth in Juvenile Justice system, where the conditions and abuses of his first experience are repeated again and again.
His writing is calm and measured and with little rancor for someone who is so candid about the abuses he’s suffered and inflicted as a teenager in the Youth Authority.
His book is the plea by a lifelong convict to be understood as a complete human, someone who has loved and lost and managed to survive. It is far more effective in exposing the terrible flaws in California’s juvenile justice system than an angry harangue."
Dwight is actually an interesting person with a good perspective. I like reading his stuff personally. Here is the book:http://books.google.com/books?id=AzFlDW ... e&q&f=true