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Paul G., convicted in 1994 of adult rape, released from prison in 1995 If sex offender registries were limited to previously convicted sex offenders who had committed sexually violent crimes or sex crimes against children and who have been individually assessed as presenting a high or medium risk of committing similar crimes again, registration might help protect the public.
Mombasa woman representative Mishi Mboko yesterday urged women in the country to deny their spouses conjugal rights to force them to go for voter's cards in readiness for the August 8 elections.But concerns of how reliable the victim would be on the witness stand because of his age, and an apparent unwillingness on the part of his parents to have their child testify in open court, helped lead to the plea deal and suspended sentence, said State's Attorney Kevin Lawlor."This disposition represents a compromise on both sides," Lawlor said.Amanda Lizasoain, 19, had previously agreed to a 10-year suspended sentence, with 10 years of probation, when she pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of risk of injury to a minor.The charge stemmed from alleged sexual contact with a young boy in her care in January 2006.Mishi Mboko, an MP from the coastal city of Mombassa, Kenya, has urged women in opposition strongholds to withhold sex unless their partners register to vote. “Deny him a little and tell him to go get registered and then come back and enjoy the game.” Voter registration ends on February 17, ahead of the national election on August 8.
Deny them sex until they show you their voter's card,” she said, according to local media reports.
He said a 14-year-old who has sex with a 12-year-old should not ever have to register as a sex offender.
After the story aired, local parents of the 12-year-old girl in that case, reached out saying that their daughter was not in a romantic relationship with that boy and that she was, in fact, raped.
National elections have a troubled history in Kenya - disputed results in 2007 led to a period of post-election ethnic violence which left more than 1,000 dead and thousands more displaced.
Current President Uhuru Kenyatta and Vice President William Ruto were both indicted by the International Criminal Court for inciting the violence, though the charges were later dismissed in a decision surrounded by accusations of witness intimidation and political interference.
The mother said she did not know her daughter was pregnant until she had been carrying the baby for four months."She was scared, mute, traumatized," the mother said, "She didn't know what was going on.