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Man Bags 3 Live Sentences Plus 76yrs For Raping A Girl

Man Bags 3 Live Sentences, 76yrs For Raping A Girl

Monthly after being found guilty of the rape and sodomy of a 13-year-old girl, Adedoja has been sentenced to three consecutive life sentences plus one more 76 years in Douglas County, Georgia, U.S

Fox5Atlanta reports that Adedoja was convicted on 12 charges including rape, aggravated sodomy, aggravated sexual battery, two counts of child molestation, two counts of aggravated child molestation, false imprisonment, aggravated assault, terroristic threats.

Prosecutors revealed how he spotted the victim, chased her to the woods, punched and beat her, threw her to the bottom before raping and sodomizing her.

Based on Fox5Atlanta, the defense asked the court, seeking mercy and allowing Adedoja to go back to his native Nigeria, a request the judge denied.

Judge Adams said, “mercy isn’t mine to provide you. I’m not usually the one you need to be seeking mercy from.”

“This man is really a predator in most sense of the term, and the only path I understand to guarantee he doesn’t rape another child is to ensure he’s never beyond prison again,” Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney Samantha J. Newman told the court throughout the sentencing hearing..

“He deserves the sentence he received, and the victim deserves to understand that Bah won’t, ever, hurt her or someone else again. As a result of this victim’s strength and bravery in testifying, she’s ensured the Defendant won’t have the ability to prey on another woman or child again,” 

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