Release of 'Pillowcase Rapist' to force new neighbor to relive childhood horror
Nearly 60 years after a neighbor snatched toddler Sharon Duvernay from her family's backyard and raped her, the now-retired school teacher is getting a new neighbor -- the infamous "Pillowcase Rapist," a serial sex offender responsible for at least 40 attacks in the 1970s and 1980s.I'm trying to figure out the exact chain of events here. From this line in the article:
Christopher Hubbart, 63, who confessed to raping at least 40 women in Los Angeles and San Francisco between 1971 and 1982, will be released from a state psychiatric facility and placed in a home in Lake Los Angeles by July 7, Capt. Don Ford of the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station, a subdivision of the Los Angeles County Sheriff, told FoxNews.com Wednesday.
"The proof is in the pudding," said Ford, alluding to repeat assaults by Hubbart after he was released from a state hospital in 1979. He was later convicted for assaults in the San Francisco area and readmitted to a mental health facility. Following his parole in 1990, he attacked a female jogger and was imprisoned again.It sure sounds like he was arrested at some point in the 1970s, released in 1979, arrested again at some point between 1979 and 1990, and then paroled in 1990. And then arrested *again*. That's three separate times by my reckoning. And now they're about to let him go. For the third time.
At some point, someone really needs to introduce his insides to the outside.
Do they think this third time is going to be the charm? Is this guy magically going to stop trying to rape women *this* time? The past three times he's failed to rehabilitate. But this time is magically different! He'll behave differently this time because ... well ... something!
And, best of all, since this is lovely California, with the best Brady rating, chances are pretty good that when - not if - this guy decides to get his rape on again, he'll meet with little resistance.
That is all.