Cellphone leads to rape conviction
A man faces up to life in prison after jurors in Volusia County found him guilty of raping a woman who had hired him to mow her lawn.
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#1 Oct 25, 2013
This doesn't protect the people who answer their door and don't become a victim of a sex crime. It just puts a criminal in jeopardy of being put away? There is no justice in sex crimes everybody becomes victimized by fear. The solution is if you commit a sex crime- You die! Anyone that violates rights on this level does not deserve to have rights.
#2 Oct 25, 2013
The rights of a sex crime suspect become altered drastically by the defense. The victim was afraid-[of course] lets alter that to the idea that the victim was confused? Lets use that and say the victim doesn't want their tragic circumstance to become public knowledge, because when a city is pin pointed as a sex crime area or even the slightest information about a victim is released they become suspect to public shame and humiliation. Naming a watch program after an innocent victim tells people who the victim is. It's wrong to disgrace a human being in that way. It's unconstitutional under the rights of privacy = a right that becomes swept under the rug, by freedom of the press/media.
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