Thursday, February 15, 2018

Hard Time For Creeper Who Raped Deputy

Here's the well-deserved aftermath of a horrific crime committed against law enforcement. Take a look:

Man sentenced to 41 years in Johnson County deputy's abduction, rape

The Blue Springs man who admitted to kidnapping and raping a Johnson County sheriff's deputy has been sentenced. Convicted rapist William Luth, 25, will spend 495 months in prison after he admitted to the crime. Brady Newman-Caddell, 21, of Independence, has also been charged with aggravated kidnapping, aggravated sodomy and two counts of rape.

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

If it happened in Jackson County, Jean Petersucker Baker would have let him plead down to simple assault.

Anonymous said...

"Aggravated kidnapping, aggravated sodomy" was he in a bad mood ?

Anonymous said...

Why won't they have the balls to execute this sub-human and make the world a better place?

Anonymous said...

How is she doing? I often think of her and her family. Where are her medals? She gave me courage. She is not alone...

Anonymous said...

He will find that it was better to give than receive! Die a miserable death being raped in prison.

Anonymous said...

This bastard should have never made it to jail alive.

Anonymous said...

It is astounding the ridiculous lengths to which bureaucrats will go to preserve life of a sub-human that never has and never will contribute in a positive manner to society. He will never be reformed, never help a soul. Things like this are evil incarnate and need to be put to death.

Anonymous said...

His crimes should be punishable by death.