Sep 15, 2015

Arizona Prison Teacher Raped by American Indian Prisoner

via Compulsory Diversity News

Convicted rapist Jacob Harvey
This story caught my eye because the subjects name was so out of step with his photo. Quoting, picture follows:
A convicted rapist has admitted carrying out a brutal attack on a teacher in an Arizona jail classroom.

Jacob Harvey stabbed his victim in the head with a pen, forced her to the ground and raped her after she was left alone with the convict in a prison classroom, investigators heard.
Jacob Harvey? Yeah, right. My first thought was that he was a beaner who perhaps was adopted and given an Anglo name. But since this is the American Southwest, the next logical step was featherhead, and bingo ... Four years ago, at 17 years old, he was arrested for raping another woman after forcing his way into her apartment. Her toddler was in the home with her. Quoting the link directly above:
In this case, the suspect knocked on the victim's door requesting a drink of water. When the victim opened the door to hand him a glass, he forced his way in by physically assaulting her, and then sexually assaulting her. [...] Within 48 hours of the updated law enforcement bulletin, the lead investigator was contacted by the suspect's caseworker with the Tohono O'odham Nation Reservation Child Welfare Division in Sells.
So, Rapes-You-For-Agua (RYFA) is his real name. But what of the female teacher raped in the prison, how in the world did that happen, and what is being done about it? Quoting:
The Arizona Attorney General's Office is asking for dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a teacher who was brutally assaulted and raped after being left in an unguarded prison classroom with a convicted sex offender.

Normally, such tests are given in the visitation room, which is monitored by security cameras and corrections officers. But on that day, because of a special event, she was sent to an unmonitored classroom, handed a radio and told to use it if there was any trouble, her lawsuit says.
Well, at least RYFA apologized during his sentencing today. Manners are everything. However, the Attorney General's rude handling of the event might raise some eyebrows:
"Plaintiff is an ADOC (Arizona Department of Corrections) employee who routinely worked at the prison complex," Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Weisbard wrote in his motion to dismiss. "By being placed in a classroom at the complex, the officers were not placing Plaintiff in any type of situation that she would not normally face. The risk of harm, including assault, always existed at a prison like Eyman." [...]

"Plaintiff wants to create an artificial impression that the ADOC officers knew she was in danger but she did not know," he wrote. "It makes no sense. Of course, if Plaintiff did appreciate the danger of her situation, as an employee, she could have done something about it."
So ... If she knew she was in danger, she would have done something about it - but she didn't do anything about it so she must have thought she was safe - and she wouldn't have thought she was safe unless everyone else in that prison had thought she was safe too - therefore the event was neither predictable or preventable by the administration of the prison and what happened is a risk she should have expected from working in a prison.

That's some damn fine kike-work there Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Weisbard! Though I wonder what the policies and procedures have to say about leaving unarmed, untrained-for-self-defense females around convicted rapists. The thing is, I bet that in the Topsy Turvy world of feminist liberation (I can do any job a man can do!) to require extra security on her behalf would have been sexism - so put on the gender blinders and let the rape begin!

This is very remniscent of what happened to Phillip Chism (Young Obama Doppleganger and also a Teacher Rapist) in prison. A known rapist and violent offender, who was left unattended and ended up violently assaulting a female prison employee.

Why would women want to put themselves in such a position? Why would such a job be so appealing that you are willing to get violently assaulted and even raped to be a part of that profession? I think about this in terms of military roles as well. What are you trying to prove? Why is this worth it? And then, when the inevitable happens, the lawsuits fly and the kike-lawyer (and/or kike-media) comes to tell you that you got what you deserved. Hear you roar!

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