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Fauquier County, VA -- The special treatment a Virginia state trooper received, who was charged with with forcible sodomy on a minor, aggressive sexual battery and indecent liberties with a child, among other charges, will turn your stomach. reported in December on the details of the charges and the subsequent outcome of the plea bargain.

Christopher Allen Carson, 30, pleaded guilty to a felony count of criminal solicitation, a count of contributing to delinquency of a minor and one count of exposing his penis to a child. Carson also pleaded guilty to two counts of loaning pornographic videos to a child.

Judge Herman A. Whisenant Jr. accepted Carson's pleas as part of a bargain on the day Carson was to face a jury trial. Carson was originally charged with forcible sodomy, aggressive sexual battery and indecent liberties with a child.

Whisenant recommended a sentence of nine years in prison, all but 30 days of which to be suspended, and two years of probation. As part of the plea agreement, Carson does not have to register as a sex offender. Also as part of the agreement, two additional active charges of forcible sodomy and indecent liberties with a child will be dropped.

This man orally forced himself onto a sleeping 7th grader and he will only be going to jail for 30 days. Let that sink in.

Also, Carson will not have to comply with Virginia’s Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act.

To put into perspective the level of special treatment given to Carson we can look at a similar case in which the honorable Judge Herman A. Whisenant Jr. presided. Donald Hausen, 35, racked up similarly disgusting charges of aggravated sexual battery, manufacturing child pornography, distribution of child pornography and possession of child pornography.

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Whisenant gave him 66 years in jail and Hausen will also be required to register as a violent sex offender.

Hausen deserved this sentence, so did Carson. The only difference is that Christopher Allen Carson, was part of the team. Instead of being held to higher standards, like he should be, for being a police officer, Carson was given little to no punishment because of his badge.

Is this justice?

Joaquin Gonzalez Vicencio, 30, and Joaquin Berumen Cortes, 24, were caught growing marijuana in a forest in 2013 in Charlottesville, Va.. Neither one of these men had caused harm to anyone else.

Vicencio was sentenced to 11 years in a federal penitentiary and Cortes was sentenced to 10.

In America, child raping cops are let off while men trying to grow a plant are thrown in a cage. The deeper one digs into the corruption within court systems in the US, the more "Justice" looks like "Just Us."