Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Judge Lightens Convicted Child Rapist’s Sentence, Says He Did Not ‘consciously intend to harm’ 3-year-old

Via Skynet

A California judge has reduced a convicted child rapist’s jail term by 15 years, claiming the sentence is too harsh because the man did not “consciously intend to harm” the three-year-old girl he sodomized.
Orange County Superior Court Judge M. Marc Kelly last Friday moved to lighten 20-year-old Santa Anna resident Kevin Jonas Rojano-Nieto’s 25 year sentence, asserting the jail term violates the US Constitution’s Eighth Amendment prohibiting cruel and unusual punishment.

Rojano-Nieto was convicted last December on counts of having sexual intercourse with a child 10 years or younger and committing a lewd act with a minor “for sodomizing a female toddler and making her touch his penis,” according to a press release from the Orange County District Attorney’s office.

The Orange County Register laid out in horrific detail an account of Rojano-Nieto’s crimes:
More @ Info Wars


  1. Makes one wonder if the judge is a closet chicken hawk.

  2. I hope he is being sodomized regularly, and being forced to touch a man's penis against his will. There is a special place in hell for scum like this. Jail time is to good for him. Give him to me, a pair of slipjoint pliers and plumbing torch will fix him right up.

  3. Maybe he'll hang himself. Wetbacks are diseased.

  4. The legal question here is did he know the difference between right and wrong?
    You betcha. When the worm gets out, he'll do this again and again. Punishment:
    penis amputation and removal of eyes. There.
    The judge must have been one of the liberal buffoon. Put her in prison for one nite
    and let her live the crime of rape.

    1. Here he is.


    2. Nothing came up for me. Tried Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo.
      But, thanks.

    3. Damn if I know. Try this. https://tinyurl.com/kkhbh2n

  5. Even when the system does its job, the Judge steps in to override. When Law is Dead, what does that make Judges, but Undertakers.