He Molested A Six Year Old Child, His Sentence Will Make You See Red…


People were outraged after hearing the judge’s final verdict on the child rapist. 

An 80-year-old Wichita Falls man who repeatedly molested a six-year-old girl has been sentenced to 20 days in jail as part of the terms of his probation, according to reports.

After admitting to twice undressing the youngster and touching her in 2013, William Wiltse will be spending 20 days in jail. He admitted to two counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact as well as two counts of indecency with a child by exposure, according to reports.

Most child molesters in his position would have faced 30 years in prison. However, the judge did not find it in his heart to sentence the sex offender properly.

The victim, whose relationship with Wiltse was not shared, told the court that Wiltse used to get her out of bed, take her to the bathroom and make her take her clothes off before touching her inappropriately. According to court records, both incidents happened at Wiltse’s house around March 2013.

Wiltse was ordered to pay a total of $3,965 in fines and court costs, banned from owning a gun or ammunition, and ordered to carry out 240 hours of community service. According to court documents, he has also been banned from contact with any children under 18 without prior approval.

Here’s the reason why the judge gives a light sentence to Wiltse, according to AWM:

One reason that the plea deal went through Texas’s legal system so easily was that the victim’s family did not want the traumatized girl to have to testify in court. By letting the pedophile off easily, the victim’s family could avoid media attention for the horrible things Wiltse did to the little girl during his several incidents of sexual contact.

The victim’s family did want Wiltse to be ordered to register as a sex offender as part of the plea deal. According to court records reported in the Times Record, “Thirtieth District Judge Jeff McKnight sentenced Wiltse to 10 years of probation for two counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact and two counts of indecency with a child by exposure.”

While Wiltse was being sentenced, Wichita County District Attorney John Gillespie told the judge that the victim’s family wanted the pedophile to register as a sex offender. They also did not want the victim to be forced to testify against her abuser. According to the District Attorney, the victim’s family felt the light punishment was acceptable.

Source: AWM

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