LEBANON, Ohio — “One last prosecution witness will precede closing arguments in the trial of a former Mason teacher accused of having sex with five of her students. Stacy Schuler is charged with 16 counts of sexual battery and three counts of providing alcohol to a minor. She has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.Dr. Ken Manger took the stand Wednesday afternoon as Schuler’s defense team laid out its case. The forensic psychologist testified that he reviewed several pieces of evidence in the case, and conducted interviews and tests on Schuler to come to the conclusion that she was suffering from a “severe mental disease” when the sexual acts occurred that prevented her from knowing right from wrong.”
Ah! So she only has a severe mental disease when she is having sex with kids, otherwise, she is perfectly normal.
“When Schuler woke up the next morning, saw boys on her couch, at some point, she’ll realize she doesn’t remember? After the second, third, fourth time, isn’t it shame on her?” Hiett asked.”It could be if she understood the causal effect,” Plotnick replied.Manger also testified that Schuler suffered from polycystic ovarian disease — which can cause an increase in sex drive — and may have been suffering from B12 deficiency because of her vegan diet.”
An increased sex-drive doesn’t make you want to have sex with kids. She wasn’t caught screwing a bunch of men her age, she was caught having sex with kids! And those vegans had better watch out, they might find themselves sexually attracted to kids.
“Several past students and colleagues testified on Schuler’s behalf Wednesday to talk about her behavior in school.One student, identified only as TW, testified that Schuler helped him cope with the loss of his mother. TW said Schuler was also instrumental in giving him the strength to come out about his sexual orientation.”She helped me realize that I’m an amazing person and that my life is worth living,” TW said.Another student, DS, said Schuler helped him through his depression.”I think it is safe to say that had it not been for her, had I not had someone to talk to, I very well might not be here today,” DS testified.The students all dismissed suggestions from previous testimony that Schuler was flirtatious with her students, describing her as merely happy.Schuler’s former colleague Emily Shiverski agreed.”Stacy was always so upbeat, I could easily see how some students might interpret that as flirting,” testified Emily Shiverski, a former colleague who worked with Schuler for six years.Shiverski said Schuler treated all of her students the same and that they took to her because of that.”She mothered them, some girls liked her a lot because she would listen to them, mentor them,” she said.”
Oh, I’m sorry, but isn’t this what male sexual abusers often do with their prey? They mentor them, coach and encourage them, and serve as a replacement for their unavailable and distant parents. What makes this sexual offender any different? Oh right! She’s a woman!
“Of all the character witnesses who testified on Schuler’s behalf Wednesday, all agreed that hearing the allegations against her was a shock.”The allegations were very surprising, knowing her morals and values,” Shiverski said.”My immediate reaction was that’s not the Stacy Schuler I know,” said former students Maggie Ochsner. “That is not the person I grew to know. That is not the person I consider a mentor.”The defense rested its case Wednesday afternoon. The prosecution will next call a rebuttal witness, a psychologist who will refute the testimony provided by Manger.The trial is scheduled to resume at 9 a.m. Thursday. Then the case will go to the judge, who will make his ruling.”
Why would the judge allow character witnesses in to the trial? It’s as if history has taught the court system and society nothing. Many of the most violent and degenerate child killers and child molesters have been known as “a great guy,” “an upstanding member of the community,” “a respected citizen,” “a good worker,” or “a good neighbor.”
If you watch the video at the link below, it sounds more like she is on trial for being a bad teacher, not for being an adult who likes to have sex with kids.
Stacy was found guilty on all charges . She was sentenced to four years in prison, and five years of probation.
Yipee! Some justice served.