Guy has to expect 35 years in jail for teenagers who are often perverted
A man who regularly harassed a 9-year-old girl in Gwinnett County was sentenced to life imprisonment.
According to the district attorney, Anthony Deutsches has to stay in prison for 35 years, without the possibility of being released and detained, and without the possibility of a suspended sentence.
As judge Tracy Mason broke off the punishment on Friday, “I pointed out that the situation in this case is the most painful of all the cases I’ve ever made,” War said at a news conference. It was.
The investigation and investigation into the abuse began more than two years ago after a friend of the family told her that Seitz had abused a 9-year-old child.
According to the indictment, the girl’s mother had her own suspicions because he had appeared a few months ago. However, she did not inform the policeman because her daughter refused to behave inappropriately.
When the mother learned that a friend had called the police, she insisted on the girl again when Saitsu touched and abused her.
This time, the girl admits, revealing that her mother’s last molester happened three months ago, War said.
She repeated this statement in an interview with the Gwinnett police on November 1, 2017. She said Sites had abused five times and told her not to talk to anyone about the abuse.
Seitz was involved in five ill-treatment two days later. Since his arrest on November 3, 2017, he has been honest.
However, the prosecutor said he found that Saitsu “lied repeatedly” during the trial.
“The prisoner also admitted that the victims would not lie,” War said.
Jur said Warr said that after an hour of discussion, Seitz was found guilty of abuse.