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I'm not surprised at all. It takes sometimes decades for some child male victims to come forward. Can you imagine one of the victims realising he was a victim but too scared to come forward because he's worried what his friends & family will think of him if he did?. Unfortunately there's still that stigma with adult & teen male victims. "Why didn't you fight him off?"He's pleaded guilty but some men still haven't been identified.
Unfortunately you probably wont hear enough of an outcry to warrant it being contested. Sickening that this person can be out so soon, would near guarantee that he'll re offend in some capacity as well.A Perth man is jailed for more than three years for multiple counts of indecently assaulting intoxicated young men he picked them up in entertainment precincts in his car.www.abc.net.au
Sentence seems a bit light given he drugged and sexually assaulted multiple people over an extended period. That's sustained, pre-meditated offending. Previous conviction too.
LmaoThe thing is Shelly, I had a mate ask me if I wanted to go to the Claremont hotel. We had hardly been there ever but we had friends from the neighbourhood going so it was a chance to catch up.
I remember thinking walking in, CSK could be watching outside or be inside for that matter. There was a level of suspicion.
Two bourbons later I was feeling drowsy with an abnormal feeling. At the time I didn't know about these things. I didn't go out much. I was thinking I shouldnt feel like this after two bourbons and it didnt feel like being drunk, especially after two bourbons. My eyes were a little jittery.
Cant remember how I got home, but I dare say it was with the person I went with. That was at the Conti, at the time of the incidents.
Wasn't it Caldwall from The US who said; the Karrakatta attack, he is your guy? Pretty right on I must say.Same thing was said about the CSK. From memory, either Scotland Yard or the FBI said this about them & the person who cracked the case would go down in history. Some glorious words to that affect but weren't they right? Married, looked upto in the public eye, held a steady job