SAN ANTONIO — A 25-year-old man arrested for sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl took the far too common stance of blaming the victim for her own assault.
Yes, Fausto Abel Frias, 25, is blaming the victim, 6, for her own sexual assault. Six.
The Bexar County Sheriff's Department arrested Mr. Frias in December 2013. Trigger warning for the content below.
The victim's mother told officers the suspect inappropriately touched her daughter in December 2013, the Houston Chronicle reports. Peppered with q's, Mr. Frias initially denied the claim but later admitted the girl "climbed on top of him and initiated the contact," officers said.That defense sounds eerily similar to the equally disgusting "seductive spider" defense that one Texas lawyer thought was a good idea back in December 2012.
Sick and despicable. Let's hope that Frias is jailed for life with no chance of parole. That is the only appropriate sentence child molesters deserve.
Feel free to wash after reading the reprehensible defense that Mr. Frias made for sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl.
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