A 21-year-old man admitted hiding inside a 12-year-old girl’s bedroom, where he repeatedly sexually assaulted the little girl, after meeting her on social media. After he was caught by her grandfather, he left, and then returned again. Apparently, in the upside-down world we’re living in today, the 21-year-old’s crime, that he admitted to, doesn’t rise to the level of being incarcerated while he awaits trial. A left coast U.S. Magistrate Judge, who said she was “disturbed” by the allegations, called her decision to not lock up the admitted pedophile while he awaited his trial, a “very close call.”
The normalizing of pedophilia is not a far-right conspiracy theory…
The Daily Mail reports – A Washington state man is facing federal charges after prosecutors say he secretly moved into a 12-year-old girl’s bedroom on an Indian reservation in Oregon and molested her for a month after meeting her on social media.
Zacharias Cavasos, 21, is facing a charge of sexual abuse of a minor stemming from the disturbing incident that took place over the winter on the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon.
In early February, Cavasos traveled from Washington to the reservation in Oregon and, unbeknownst to the girl’s family, ensconced himself inside her bedroom by hiding in a cavity under the bed after removing some slats that hold the mattress, Assistant US Attorney Jennifer Martin said, according to reporting by OregonLive.com.
The 21-year-old man also sometimes hid in the girl’s bedroom closet.
It was not until two weeks later, on February 25, that the 12-year-old’s grandfather first noticed the stranger in the house and told him to leave.
Cavasos initially complied, but according to prosecutors, he then sneaked back inside the house and remained in the child’s bedroom until March 11, when he was discovered a second time and arrested.
According to court documents, Cavasos admitted to staying in the child’s bedroom and repeatedly having sex with her.
Oregon Live – On Wednesday, Cavasos’ defense lawyer, Thomas Price, convinced a judge to release his client from custody to a clean-and-sober house in Aloha under GPS monitoring and a curfew. The house is called “Free on the Outside.’’
U.S. Magistrate Judge Youlee Yim You said she was disturbed by the allegations and described her decision as a very close call.