Rapist Has Sick Excuse for Molesting Toddler, Judge Instantly Issues Crushing Ruling

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This sick bastard needs to be tortured and fed to the sharks. You don’t let animals like this live.

 

A Michigan man was recently convicted of recording himself tying up and raping an 18-month-old girl in a hotel room, then urinating on her when he had finished his horrific deed.

According to WXIA, the judge ruling on the case declared 29-year-old Eric Devin Masters to be “truly an evil individual,” one who deserves to spend the rest of his life behind bars.

“This incident is one of the most egregious things that I’ve ever had to deal with in dealing with criminal cases for 31 years,” declared Kent County Circuit Court Judge Mark Trusock during the sentencing hearing on Thursday. “You are truly an evil individual and we need to make sure that you are never allowed in society.”

But Masters thought he should be excused from accountability for his actions due to a similarly horrible thing happening to him in his childhood, and figured his claim of a new-found faith in God would grant him leniency from the judge.

“Something horrible was done to me and numbed my emotions to others. And then I committed the same horrible thing to others,” Masters read from a prepared statement.

“With God’s help we can both be healed,” he added. “God is my refuge and salvation and through Him I can be redeemed from these tragedies. I’m sorry for committing this horrible crime.”

But those words of contrition were countered by an emotional plea from the young victim’s mother, who stated tearfully, “This man has given my daughter a life sentence that she will never forget. My daughter is the strongest little girl I know and sometimes I look at her and wonder how she does it.”

“I beg you, your honor, don’t let him get out,” the woman pleaded. “He doesn’t deserve to be in the outside world.”

The judge appeared sided with her — clearly unmoved by Masters’ plea for mercy, as he reviewed the details of the grotesque case.

“You took an 18-month-old little girl, an innocent little girl, to a motel with the specific intent, with a camera, with straps,” proclaimed Trusock. “You stripped this little girl down, you tied her arms and legs to the bedposts. You proceeded to rape this child.”

“And when you were done, you urinated on this child,” he added. “I can’t imagine a human being doing that. There is just no justification, there is just no excuse for this.”

That is when the judge dropped his hammer on Masters, who is already serving a 50-year federal sentence for filming the molestation of minors, ensuring that he would never again violate an innocent young child by sentencing him to 50-200 years behind bars for his terrible crimes.

“I want to send a clear message to the Parole Board that when you are first considered for parole, and that  won’t be until you’re 79 years old, that I don’t want you out,” Trusock said. “We’re done. Take him to prison.”

“I beg you, your honor, don’t let him get out,” the woman pleaded. “He doesn’t deserve to be in the outside world.”

The judge appeared sided with her — clearly unmoved by Masters’ plea for mercy, as he reviewed the details of the grotesque case.

“You took an 18-month-old little girl, an innocent little girl, to a motel with the specific intent, with a camera, with straps,” proclaimed Trusock. “You stripped this little girl down, you tied her arms and legs to the bedposts. You proceeded to rape this child.”

“And when you were done, you urinated on this child,” he added. “I can’t imagine a human being doing that. There is just no justification, there is just no excuse for this.”

That is when the judge dropped his hammer on Masters, who is already serving a 50-year federal sentence for filming the molestation of minors, ensuring that he would never again violate an innocent young child by sentencing him to 50-200 years behind bars for his terrible crimes.

“I want to send a clear message to the Parole Board that when you are first considered for parole, and that  won’t be until you’re 79 years old, that I don’t want you out,” Trusock said. “We’re done. Take him to prison.”

Judges — and the criminal justice system — are brutal to those who abuse children. In this case, that brutality seems more than justified. The judge could clearly see that this man was little more than evil incarnate, and he did what he could to remove that evil from our society by placing him behind bars for the remainder of his miserably wretched life.

Via CT

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