Child Molester is Suing After Being Raped in Garfield County Jail
Someone who rapes a child should be given the death penalty — but because we don’t live in a world where that’s possible, we can at least rest assured that other prisoners will make their lives a living hell. One child rapist is suing, because he was raped in jail, and somehow thinks he deserves money for his “pain and suffering”.
A convicted child molester is suing the county after he was raped in the Garfield County Jail.
The man filed the complaint Tuesday in Walla Walla Super Court. He says he now suffers anxiety and nightmares and is now seeking an amount of money that would be determined at a trial in the civil rights lawsuit.
The man was jailed in August 2011 when he was accused of child rape when he was raped three times by his cellmate.
The plaintiff pleaded guilty to the child rape charges and is currently serving a 10-year sentence at the Monroe Corrections Center.
Oh, the poor little rapist, who was raped and now suffers anxiety and nightmares — but you know what they all say about payback, right? But does the rapist in question ever stop to realize that the pain and suffering and anxiety he now has is but a fraction of what he inflicted on an innocent, defenseless, vulnerable child? He needs to suck it up and get over it, because he deserves this punishment and more.
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