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Kriss4
Sep 27 2013, 05:24 PM
Panda Panda
Sep 27 2013, 04:32 PM
I don't see how having Jack back would help JJ not hate him for what he did? Jack raped Kayla. There's no justification, no "other side", and no explanation behind his assault. And there shouldn't be.

I'm not too fond of the fact that this storyline is skating on the fringes of Fetch break/makeup #267253625362, but if the writers can somehow keep this story about JJ, Kayla, Jack, and Jennifer (ONLY THEM) then I wouldn't mind seeing how everything plays out
Have you seen the story?

It's complicated. Not to in any way excuse Jack or absolve him from responsibility, because he did it, and Kayla suffered when he did. It was despicable. But it was a mess of decision-making, lots of it with good intentions but a lack of wisdom.

Now, figure THAT out, LOL!
It was complicated? Really?

Jack was the perpetrator and Kayla was the victim. There's no amount of context prior to that can or will change the fact that Jack raped Kayla. While on the one hand, I am glad that he was able to fully understand the severity of his actions and change his life around for the better, but on the other hand I don't really give a damn if he did suffer because he wasn't the victim in that crime then or now. Kayla was and now his actions are being brought to light for his children to discover.

Now, I do think they should have people tell JJ that Jack did make a change for the better and managed to make amends with Kayla(eh), but it should in no way excuse his actions or add to his "tragic character" by adding " complicated reasons" for his rape of Kayla. It's completely disrespectful.
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