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WI: Sun Prairie 17-year-old charged with 2 felonies for allegedly sexually assaulting teammate

[ – 9/26/19]

MADISON, Wis. – A Sun Prairie teenager has been charged for an alleged incident in August when deputies said he sexually assaulted his football teammate.

______, 17, appeared in Dane County Court on Thursday, where he was charged with felony second-degree sexual assault, felony sexual exploitation of a child through filming and misdemeanor battery.

In court Thursday morning, the judge ordered ____ to not have any contact with the other teens involved in the incident, not disseminate any pictures or video of the alleged victim online or on social media and not participate in any extracurricular activities with the other students involved.

Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne said the decision to charge _____as an adult was because of his age.

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Thx ACSOL for picking this story up. I’ve tried contacting this boys parents to offer them some support, but they’ve not returned my call. Horse play is a necessary ,interaction among young males and while that can certainly go too far mostly feelings get hurt and implicating it as sexually deviant is plain fruitless. I worry about this kids future. Who benefits from forging felons from those who are not?

“Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne said the decision to charge _____as an adult was because of his age.”

It’s interesting how when they’re prosecuting a minor, “close enough” seems to be good enough to side-step that legally you’re an adult at 18. But the same isn’t extended when they’re prosecuting a 19-year-old for being with a 17-year-old.

I seriously don’t understand how our laws work with law enforcement allowed all this fluidity which isn’t extended to the public?

“I seriously don’t understand how our laws work with law enforcement allowed all this fluidity which isn’t extended to the public?”
It seems perhaps your eyes are opening to the fact that a District Attorney is one of the most powerful public-sector employees anywhere–perhaps THE most powerful. They truly decide who gets to go free and who has to go through the wringer, either to jail or freedom. Meanwhile, they are one of the most under-the-radar public employees out there. Is it any wonder George Soros has been focusing on this spot in the bureaucracies in his desire to make changes? DAs eventually run for AG; AGs eventually run for Congress/Governor, etc.

A weak, evasive use of the passive voice by the prosecutor, “the charges are what they are”… as if, like numbers from a lottery ball juggler, no human decision involved. Grow up! At least say something to the effect of “It was our office’s decision to pursue these assinine charges and to dump the @#&% on me to prosecute it. And we greatly regret this matter has caught the attention of the media, as we’re now damned if we do and damned if we don’t!”
ROFL! Oh, I think I just tickled my own funnybone*! (*Not a euphemism!!)

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