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Violence Against Women Update

Posted on | December 20, 2018 | Comments Off on Violence Against Women Update

Convicted sex trafficker William Maurice Saddler.

News from North Carolina:

A Wilson man convicted of human trafficking has been ordered to pay close to half a million dollars to his victim.
U.S. District Judge Louise W. Flanagan ordered William Maurice Saddler, 36, of Wilson, to pay $477,618.20 in restitution. This is the largest amount ever ordered in the Eastern District under the trafficking restitution statute, according to Robert J. Higdon, Jr., U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
The case involved a 15-year-old victim whom Saddler prostituted at migrant camps near Wilson. Saddler got the victim addicted to crack cocaine, coerced her and forced her to continue prostituting and kept all the money derived from her forced prostitution.
Saddler also introduced the victim to two other pimps, Bobby Ray Williams Jr. and Kenneth Corvon Ward, who also prostituted her with the assistance of two females, Temeeka Honey and Yadyra Brown. Williams, Ward, Honey, and Brown all were previously convicted and sentenced in related cases.
A federal jury in New Bern convicted Saddler of conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of a minor and sex trafficking by force, fraud or coercion and of a minor.
On June 7, Flanagan sentenced Saddler to 480 months’ imprisonment followed by a lifetime of supervised release. At the government’s request, and after further proceedings, Flanagan has now ordered Saddler to pay the substantial restitution amount to the victim. . . .
“Saddler’s crimes were unbelievably heinous,” Higdon said. “For years, he exploited and traumatized a child to satiate his greed and others’ sexual desires. No more. His 40-year sentence ensures that he cannot hurt other children, and his nearly half-million dollar restitution order is a small step on the victim’s path to recovery.”

Feminists claim to care about “violence against women,” but they never pay attention to sex-trafficking cases like this, for some reason.  Readers can consult our Violence Against Women archives and see if they discern a pattern to these cases:

Stories like this are not only ignored by feminists, but are treated by the media as strictly “local news.” You’re never going to see CNN report about these criminals who traffick teenage girls, for some reason.



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