*Hat Tip: Phillip King
Paul L. Myers, 41, shook his head and scoffed as he listened to Pope County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Chris Ridenhour testify that this white terrorist had raped two underage females and threatened them with a knife.
Ridenhour also told District Judge Don Bourne on another occasion, the pedophile had taken photographs of two other minors and held their heads in a “bleach or soap” solution when the children discovered him.
After hearing testimony, Bourne determined there was probable cause to hold this sex terrorist on two counts of rape, second degree sexual assault, failure to comply with sexual registry and terroristic threatening on Monday inside the Pope County Detention Center.
The diabolical peckerwood was arrested on Saturday after failing to register as a sex offender. Ridenhour told the court that offenders are given a 10-day grace period to register. The sex criminal was arrested on the 11th day for failing to comply.
According to testimony, one teenage girl was raped by this savage “regularly” since she was 5 years old. Another victim told police she was sexually assaulted, and both reported to Ridenhour that the child rapist threatened to kill them if they ever told anyone. One said the white devil savagely held a knife to her head.
Another pair of victims, an 8-year-old and a 9-year-old, were savagely attacked while staying at the pedophile’s house on Friday, the day before he was arrested for failing to register.
Ridenhour told the court the creepy cracka was caught taking photographs of the children while they slept. When the children woke up, he dragged them to the bathroom and dunked their heads in a mixture of “bleach or soap” and told them to keep their mouths shut.
The evil beast was previously convicted of having sexual contact with an underage female.
Bourne set bond at $350,000, and the pedophile asked if it could be lowered. Bourne declined his request.
According to a release by the Pope County Sheriff’s Office, there have been several rapes reported over the past four days involving five juveniles and four suspects during two unrelated incidents. As of Tuesday, all four suspects are in custody and awaiting formal charges.
The terrorist’s bond was set on Monday, while the three remaining suspects, two males, ages 39 and 43, and one female, age 24, appeared before Bourne on Wednesday.