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Agravated Sexual Assault of A Child Cont.

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Tiffany

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In February my husband who was then taking care of our two children during the day was contacted by a police investigator who said there was a call to Child Protective Services about him going outside of our apartment and leaving the children unattended. After I spoke with the investigator and asked if I should be present when he talked to my husband regarding hte issue with our children he said it was not necessary for me to be present because it did not pertain to me because I was at work. After he spoke with my husband and my husband had left the station he called my home and informed me that the previous complaint on my husband was not important that they were going to arrest him the next day for molesting two 13yr old girls that live in the apartment complex next to ours. The girls stated that he had performed oral sex on them. He signed a paper stating all he did was kiss them. Two weeks before the charge had come up the apartment manager called me at work to state that their were teenagers hanging out at my house and I went home and put an end to all of it. The two girls were seen in my home by the manager two weeks after the alleged incident happened. They did arrest him and the week that he was gone I had to take a weeks vacation in order to take care of my children during this time every day these girls were seen outside of my apartment looking up to see if he was there. One particular time I was taking my children down the stairs to go and talk to the apartment manager and they stood and laughed and smiled at me. The apartment management comapany asked me to break my lease (they knew of the charges) and the day we were moving both of the girls stood and watched us move out. This does not sound like two girls traumatized by a situation such as this. Also, before charges were even brought up my husband told them that he could not hang around them anymore because of the apartment complex. I was standing at the door and heard them say why? we didn't do anything wrong. Then charges were brought. There is absolutely no physical evidence of this alleged crime. We live in the state of Texas. He has not been indicted on this charge as of yet. We have obtained legal counsel who has adivised us to get a lie detector test. At this time we cannot afford one due to the cost to bail him out of jail and the retainer for this attorney. I didn't think lie detector tests were admisable in court. Can you tell me the chances of him being cleared on these charges?

[This message has been edited by Tiffany (edited May 10, 2000).]
 



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