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13-year-old girl brutally ravished by 6 men, was shocked and humiliated by the judge’s sentence!

Prosecutors said that the 13-year-old girl, who was not named due to her age, suffered an unimaginably brutal se-ual assault at the hands of six men. And, unfortunately, she never thought she’d be humiliated by the judge’s sentence. The child was inside an apartment complex when she was tragically gang-ra-ed by a group of six men, who were all related to one another as cousins and brothers. The girl knew one of the suspects, and the six were all later identified as Tommy W., Clarence W., Jacolby W., Tyron W., James W. and an unnamed juvenile.

According to the court documents, after one of the men invited the teen to the apartment to play video games, she went to the home with some female friends. However, while she was in the bathroom, her friends left, and her nightmare soon unfolded. Two of the men pulled the teen from the bathroom and forced her into a bedroom where the other four suspects were waiting. The victim’s grandmother said that her granddaughter was passed around the group of men during the attack, adding that the 13-year-old may never be able to have children.

But, according to her family, the 13-year-old girl doesn’t seem she’ll see any justice either after Tommy and Clarence were each only sentenced to serve an intensive supervised probation, meaning no jail time, although they could have faced life in prison. Instead, at least 10 years of se* offender intensive supervised probation with a maximum of life on probation is all these monsters will face. Two of the other four defendants who came before the court prior to Clarence and Tommy got the similar sentences when they too were given probation rather than being thrown behind bars. While it is unclear what sentence the unidentified juvenile or Jacolby received, James was only given a five-year probation sentence.

According to reports, Tyron was sentenced to 10 years to life of se* offender intense supervised probation like Tommy and Clarence. He apologized to the victim and her family and reportedly said, “If I knew she was underage, it wouldn’t have happened in the first place.” But, his words offer little comfort for the victim and her family, who are rightfully outraged that at least four of the men escaped jail time after being convicted of the heinous crime. “There was six of them, and they gang-ra-ed my granddaughter,” the young girl’s grandfather, shocked by the verdict, said. And, who can blame him for his disbelief?