There is nothing worse than a child sexual assault offender, because it’s not just the child who’s life is destroyed, but everyone who will ever have a relationship with that child for the rest of the child’s life. The parents and siblings, co-workers, and not to mention relationship partners and lovers. A sex offender steals lives.
A convicted sex offender who raped and impregnated a 12-year-old girl was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Jose Caracciolo pleaded guilty in September of 2014 to first-degree sexual assault while already serving a 25-year sentence in federal prison for transporting the girl out of state for sexual intercourse. Authorities investigated the girl’s pregnancy in 2013 and learned that the previous year, Caracciolo traveled from New York to New Jersey and then bought the girl to the Poconos in Pennsylvania to have sex.
Police later recorded phone calls between Caracciolo and the victim in which Caracciolo admitted to being the father, NJ.com reported. He also was reportedly concerned about text messages between the two being discovered. At the time, the then-48-year-old was wanted in California for failing to register as a sex offender.
Caracciolo was arrested and charged in September 2013 and pleaded guilty in January 2016. Under the terms of the No Early Release Act, Caracciolo must serve at least 17 years of his state prison sentence before he’s eligible for parole, and is required to register under Megan’s Law, according to the Prosecutor’s Office. He will be under parole supervision for the rest of his life. He will also be under parole supervision for the rest of his life.
“So he was a child perv in California with a long criminal history. The question is why he was out in the first place? Imprisonment does not change them, so perhaps we should try something more visceral as a means of punishment,” one Daily Mail reader commented in response.
“Why do they not keep these animals locked up and keep them that way instead of letting them out so they can commit the same crimes over again?” one Mad World News reader commented on the site’s Facebook page.
“Maybe his new roommates will help him understand how that poor little girl felt. Nasty pos deserves whatever torture he gets in prison,” another added.
Child sex offenders have a high recidivism rate in the criminal world. They destroy innocent lives, and therefore should not be eligible for parole.
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