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Nice going Georgia. :rolleyes:
 

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"in error" WTF? Who the hell is responsible? and how come there aren't any checks and balances in place to prevent just such an event?
Fawk!!!!
 

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What the hell did he do to get 3 life sentences? I was under the impression that rapists don't get very long sentences

"Rape and spousal rape are generally punished by 3, 6, or 8 years in prison. If the victim is under 14 at the time of the alleged crime, the penalty is increased to 9, 11, or 13 years. If the victim was 15, 16, or 17, the penalties are 7, 9, or 11 years in prison." from https://www.bamieherickson.com/california-rape-sentencing-guidelines/
 

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Hold my beer.

https://www.ktva.com/story/41229761/alleged-serial-rapist-charged-with-assaulting-9th-victim-while-out-on-bail
Alleged serial rapist charged with assaulting 9th victim while out on bail.

An Anchorage man accused of sexually assaulting eight women — who has spent more than a year out on bail — is now charged with sexually assaulting a ninth victim.

Kayshawn Dyett, 23, appeared in court Thursday for an arraignment on unclassified felony charges connected to the latest assault, which allegedly happened while he was home on house arrest, under pretrial supervision and wearing an electronic ankle monitor.

He's accused of raping and strangling the woman, who told detectives she thought his name was "Kayshawn Dwight."

In May 2018, Dyett was charged in the rapes of two women who independently reported they'd been violently assaulted and strangled by Dyett within the same 24 hours.

By July, Dyett was released on a reduced cash bail of $5,000 and the supervision of the Pretrial Enforcement Division.
 

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What the hell did he do to get 3 life sentences? I was under the impression that rapists don't get very long sentences

"Rape and spousal rape are generally punished by 3, 6, or 8 years in prison. If the victim is under 14 at the time of the alleged crime, the penalty is increased to 9, 11, or 13 years. If the victim was 15, 16, or 17, the penalties are 7, 9, or 11 years in prison." from https://www.bamieherickson.com/california-rape-sentencing-guidelines/
He's in Georgia...……………………………….


https://statelaws.findlaw.com/georgia-law/georgia-rape-and-statutory-rape-laws.html


Penalty for Rape
Death penalty , life in prison without parole, or minimum of 25 years in prison followed by lifetime probation.
 

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He's in Georgia...……………………………….


https://statelaws.findlaw.com/georgia-law/georgia-rape-and-statutory-rape-laws.html


Penalty for Rape
Death penalty , life in prison without parole, or minimum of 25 years in prison followed by lifetime probation.
Wow thats a huge difference from CA. Like a whole other country. Not sure why but I thought penalties were similar state to state. Guess just CA going so light on things. Haven for criminals.
 

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Hold my beer.

https://www.ktva.com/story/41229761/alleged-serial-rapist-charged-with-assaulting-9th-victim-while-out-on-bail
Alleged serial rapist charged with assaulting 9th victim while out on bail.

An Anchorage man accused of sexually assaulting eight women — who has spent more than a year out on bail — is now charged with sexually assaulting a ninth victim.

Kayshawn Dyett, 23, appeared in court Thursday for an arraignment on unclassified felony charges connected to the latest assault, which allegedly happened while he was home on house arrest, under pretrial supervision and wearing an electronic ankle monitor.

He's accused of raping and strangling the woman, who told detectives she thought his name was "Kayshawn Dwight."

In May 2018, Dyett was charged in the rapes of two women who independently reported they'd been violently assaulted and strangled by Dyett within the same 24 hours.

By July, Dyett was released on a reduced cash bail of $5,000 and the supervision of the Pretrial Enforcement Division.
A Bob Hansen in the making.
 

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Wow thats a huge difference from CA. Like a whole other country. Not sure why but I thought penalties were similar state to state. Guess just CA going so light on things. Haven for criminals.
They made being Illegal legal.:homer: Plus down south the only thing acceptable sexually is fucking your cousin. Otherwise Jesus hates you
 

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So, putting him in prison so he can never hurt anyone again isn't working out?

I'm willing to bet that if he had been put 6 feet under, he would never be an issue again.
 

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What the hell did he do to get 3 life sentences? I was under the impression that rapists don't get very long sentences

"Rape and spousal rape are generally punished by 3, 6, or 8 years in prison. If the victim is under 14 at the time of the alleged crime, the penalty is increased to 9, 11, or 13 years. If the victim was 15, 16, or 17, the penalties are 7, 9, or 11 years in prison." from https://www.bamieherickson.com/california-rape-sentencing-guidelines/
Asking for a friend?
 

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What the hell did he do to get 3 life sentences? I was under the impression that rapists don't get very long sentences

"Rape and spousal rape are generally punished by 3, 6, or 8 years in prison. If the victim is under 14 at the time of the alleged crime, the penalty is increased to 9, 11, or 13 years. If the victim was 15, 16, or 17, the penalties are 7, 9, or 11 years in prison." from https://www.bamieherickson.com/california-rape-sentencing-guidelines/
Rape and molesting kids will get you 3 life sentences.
 

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These sick bastards have proven time and again they will never be rehabilitated and should be put to death. We see what happens when we give in to the leftists demands of keeping them in prison for "life". THEY CAN STILL GET OUT!! And democrats are abusing the system by purposely releasing violent, criminally insane people back out on the streets. Imagine the savings in tax dollars if we stopped supporting these monsters for 30-40+ years of their life in prison. We could close over half the prisons overnight.
 
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