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Posted: 2/9/2006 3:30:38 PM EDT
This morning, I filed charges on a guy who, at 2am on night, pulled his roommate out of bed, yanked both of their pants off, and did a forcible rear entry IYKWIM. I interviewed the victim two days later, and he was still in both pain, and shock. A day after that, I interviewed the suspect. Ice cold, hyperrational, and when I asked him if the other person had said anything while this was going on, he looked at me and as calmly as he was asking for the ketchup at lunch, said, "No, mostly he just screamed."



Both people involved were 12 years old.

Link Posted: 2/9/2006 3:33:23 PM EDT
damn, that's bad.
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 4:27:29 PM EDT
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Roommates? how does that work if they are 12 years old, sleepover? were they friends?
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 4:30:06 PM EDT
WTF MATE
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 4:39:41 PM EDT
12 year old roomates huh? some sort of juvenile mental health facility I bet.
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 6:14:31 PM EDT
The BG was a foster kid, the victim was the son of the two adults living there. I used "roommate" because I didn't want to give it away too early.

I've seen some sick stuff, but I am still shaking my head on this one.
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 6:33:23 PM EDT
what kind of legal consequences is the BG looking at, considering he's only 12...
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 6:42:04 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Bonk2029:
The BG was a foster kid, the victim was the son of the two adults living there. I used "roommate" because I didn't want to give it away too early.

I've seen some sick stuff, but I am still shaking my head on this one.

Yep, that monthly check to be a foster family is soooooo worth it.
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 8:18:39 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Dusty_C:

Originally Posted By Bonk2029:
The BG was a foster kid, the victim was the son of the two adults living there. I used "roommate" because I didn't want to give it away too early.

I've seen some sick stuff, but I am still shaking my head on this one.

Yep, that monthly check to be a foster family is soooooo worth it.



id like to believe some out there foster kids not for the money but to actually do a good deed. What a way to repay a families kindness. I bet the parents feel like shit, i know i would.
Link Posted: 2/9/2006 10:25:53 PM EDT
For something like that he'll probably spend the next 6 years in intensive treatment. Perhaps in a juvenile lock-up also. Depends on what the psycho/sexual turns up. But, due to the force invovled, I bet he goes away.

In Arizona he'd have to register as a sex-offender until he's 25.
Link Posted: 2/10/2006 5:02:22 AM EDT
I hope no one takes this the wrong way as I only ask out of pure curiosity....

What is the race/ethnicity of the BG?
Link Posted: 2/10/2006 5:27:23 AM EDT
My department had one where a guy (about 16 years old) raped his cousin out in broad daylight on the front porch of the house. The guy who got raped was about 18 but was mentally challenged.

I helped on a case where a kid (about 10 yr old) went to another man's house and the man began to sexually abuse him. When they served a warrant on his house for the evidence he had a computer FULL of homemade kiddie porn. And not just naked kids either. He was having sexual acts with the kids and filmed himself doing it.

I feel your pain Bonk2029.


Pretty sick stuff.
Link Posted: 2/10/2006 7:46:05 AM EDT
Link Posted: 2/10/2006 3:57:05 PM EDT
Two low/middle class white kids, if anyone was interested. The foster parents (vic's biological parents) were real stand-up, classy and intelligent types who handled the situation as well as anyone could have. I'll withold my opinion of the BG's parents, and as much as I would like to blame the social services worker who placed him there, I don't know I can.

From a forensic standpoint, the BG is a fascinating example of a junior sexual predator-in-training, just a complete and total pathological monster. As I was interviewing him, I couldn't help but ponder what sort of person this kid might grow up into, which in turn helped me focus on making as solid of a case as possible. We'll see what happens in court...if nothing else, I have 14 years to go until retirement. Here's hoping he's off the streets for a while.
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