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Yep, he should get at least 10 years on each count to be served consecutively. That 450 years should easily cover the rest of his life.
djcrazy--don't worry, the "prison justice" system will take care of him without the need to sentence him to 450 years.
What he has done to the university.....ah maybe the concern should be for what he did to the guys he traumatized. There seems to be more concern about the institution and reputation than for the lifelong damage to the child. I guess some of the jury didn't see the big picture either although they got the verdict right.
It's just too bad we have to pay to feed, clothe and shelter that class of criminal.
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