The American Justice System is a joke.
Admittedly this guy needed to go to jail… But 85 Years?
You can’t get that for Murder in most states.
And after the George Zimmerman trial – you are under less of a risk to go to jail at all committing murder of black children.
A Hyattsville man accused of posing as his ex-wife online and posting ads soliciting sex from strangers was sentenced Thursday to 85 years in prison.
Michael A. Johnson II created a Craigslist ad with abhorrent titles advertising sex from his ex-wife, according to court papers. The ads attracted about 50 men to the woman’s house, including some who tried to break in, the records said.
“It’s hard to imagine doing this to someone you once loved,” Prince George’s County Circuit Judge Maureen M. Lamasney said in court.
The case is among several nationwide in which people have been accused of stealing their victim’s online persona and postingInternet ads offering sex.
The woman told The Washington Post in a recent interview that she resorted to buying a shotgun and staying up all night pointing it at the door. She said she found several fake profiles in her name on sites including Facebook and the pornography aggregator XTube. One of the ads offered up her three children for sex and included their photos.
“This wasn’t just a case of him sending e-mails,” the woman said in court. “He changed my life and my children’s lives forever.”
“We felt like refugees in our own home, no one should have to live like that,” added the woman, who asked not to be identified for fear of continued harassment.
The woman obtained a restraining order against her ex-husband after he assaulted her in 2011, wrapping his hands around her neck, court papers say. After that incident, the cyber-terror began in earnest.
Johnson was convicted in June of more than 70 counts, including stalking, reckless endangerment and violations of a protective order.