Friday, August 16, 2013

A Girl Beaten And Rapped By Numerous Men (Photo)

One man was punished to 33 years to life in prison Thursday and another was punished to 29 years to life for their roles in the gang rape of a 16-year-old young female out-of-doors a high school dance.

Contra Costa shire Judge Barbara Zuniga provided the longer judgment to Jose Montano, 22, and the shorter term to Marcelles Peter, 20, because Peter was a minor at the time of the misdeed.

"I cannot overlook that," Zuniga said of Peter's age.

The victim, a sophomore renowned in court only as Jane Doe, did not attend the judgment, but her spectacular testimony throughout the trial, the first in the case that engages six distinct defendants, helped lead to the men's convictions last month for the 2009 attack out-of-doors a homecoming promenade at Richmond High School.

Authorities said the girl was struck, stolen and related to sex misused by numerous men over two hours while as many as 20 people watched. policeman discovered her heavily intoxicated, partially nude and unconscious under a picnic table.

"It's after shocking that a human being can be dehumanized to the span that Jane Doe was that night," the referee said at Thursday's judgment, according to the Contra Costa Times. "She halted being a human being to you. She became a thing for you to torture and play with."

A committee discovered Montano and Peter at fault of forcible rape, sexy penetration and compelled oral copulation.

Both men had been suitable for the greatest sentence of 33 years to life that Montano obtained.

Two defendants had currently taken plea deals in the case. Ari Morales was punished to 27 years in prison, Manuel Ortega to 30 years.

The last two defendants, John Crane and Elvis Torrentes, were awaiting test on lesser sexual assault allegations.

The casualty received $4 million to resolve a lawsuit against the West Contra Costa Unified School locality in 2010.


Post a Comment

Drop Your comments because we love hearing our readers thoughts