Frank and Bob

Frank and Bob

Status: Finished

Genre: Horror

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Status: Finished

Genre: Horror

Summary

Does a person's actions dictate the consequences, or does their intent? Frank and Bob are both accused of the same crime: child molestation. Frank, a childhood victim who is stuck with his childlike mind, and Bob, a typical psychopath. Are Frank and Bob as guilty as one another for their crimes, as the society in which they live in suggests, or is there more to the story and more to be taught besides rushed convictions and sensationalized crimes that don't attempt to discover the truth?

Summary

Does a person's actions dictate the consequences, or does their intent?

Frank and Bob are both accused of the same crime: child molestation. Frank, a childhood victim who is stuck with his childlike mind, and Bob, a typical psychopath.

Are Frank and Bob as guilty as one another for their crimes, as the society in which they live in suggests, or is there more to the story and more to be taught besides rushed convictions and sensationalized crimes that don't attempt to discover the truth?

Chapter1 (v.1) - Frank and Bob

Author Chapter Note

Does a person's actions dictate the consequences, or does their intent? Frank and Bob are both accused of the same crime: child molestation. Frank, a childhood victim who is stuck with his childlike mind, and Bob, a typical psychopath. Are Frank and Bob as guilty as one another for their crimes, as the society in which they live in suggests, or is there more to the story and more to be taught besides rushed convictions and sensationalized crimes that don't attempt to discover the truth?

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: November 02, 2012

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Frank and Bob are both considered the worst kind of person to society. Both have committed crimes so heinous that many have deemed their actions unforgivable. No one within their respective communities wants to hear a single word of defense from them. They both have committed the exact same crimes. Frank and Bob are both child molesters. 

 

Although they aren’t the same.

 

Frank still has the mentality of a six-year old with the sexual needs of an adult. Bob still has morals equivalent to those of Satan and the same amount of empathy that Satan has for man. Are they both the same person inside because of their actions? Do actions speak louder than words, or does intent? Does Frank’s intent to befriend these young girls while his body wants companionship excuse him more so than Bob who does it for pure sport for reasons he can’t fully explain to you, other than deep down inside he knows he wants to because he knows no one else wants to? Did society do the right thing by arresting Frank and treating him the same way they did Bob? Did society even win by contributing to the rape of another six-year old because they didn’t understand him and because the type of person they thought they were convicting in Frank actually got away only to cause more destruction elsewhere?


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