Germain's court hearing pushed to January Comments on Stories, posted by Editor, Pleasanton Weekly Online, on Dec 16, 2008 at 3:45 pm
A court hearing for Henry Germain, the former Castlewood Country Club tennis director charged with several counts of child molestation, was continued again to Jan. 9. The 62-year-old Dublin resident is currently out on $1.14 million bail for the 16 charges of alleged child molestation against six female victims since he was first arrested Sept. 2.
Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, December 16, 2008, 12:16 PM
Posted by An angry mom, a resident of another community, on Dec 17, 2008 at 10:35 am
Outrageous! Let's have him home for the holidays so he can do it to another child. My child's molester is out on the street because the prosecutor dismissed the case inspite of the police collecting strong evidence against him. He went on to claim another victim! How many more children will fall prey? Let's start protectiing our children instead of the perpetrator. I believe in the process, but this is ridiculous.
Posted by Doo Doo, a resident of the Valley Trails neighborhood, on Dec 18, 2008 at 8:15 am
Hilarious...Bogus! It took me a second to realize you're just kidding. I mean....how can her being female have ANYTHING to do with ANYTHING? Too Funny....and can you please explain to me how one local accident has anything to do with the case of a repeated child molester (allegedly)...
Now I haven't heard much about the soccer mom fire. [portion removed for libelous content] The little bit I read only said it was an explosion related to a possible gas leak. I obviously haven't heard what you have, so please fill me in.
Posted by Doo Doo, a resident of the Valley Trails neighborhood, on Dec 19, 2008 at 8:35 am
I get it now. I owe someone at the Pleasanton Weekly a huge apology. None of my post were removed, and I'm sorry for the attitude. I was the one that was mixed up. I lost track of who I was picking on. I'm not a very good bully. I was too busy "snapping" on people and not paying attention to who it was aimed at. Once again...I apologize for being a nuisance.