Friday, October 23, 2009

Sex assault charges dropped after victim changes story

Was it known that he was going to be deported before the charges were leveled? If so, was this a way for the mother to keep the children? While we likely won't ever know the answers, considering the number of false claims that are used in child custody disputes, it seems plausible. And why wouldn't this be classified as rape? Forced sex is rape, not sexual assault. That is one of the few things that I will agree with the "rape industry" on.

Man to be deported after false sexual assault charges dropped.

Sexual assault charges against a man set for trial were dropped in state Superior Court Friday after the complainant changed her story.

Henry Flores-Guardado, 37, had been charged with sexual assault of a spouse or cohabitor after the mother of his children told police he pinned her on their living room floor and forced her to have sex in June 2008.

"She maintained the allegations until, frankly, yesterday," said the prosecutor, Assistant State's Attorney Joseph Valdes.

She told an investigator for the defense that the entire story was false, Valdes said.

Judge Gary White dismissed the charges. But Flores-Guardado is being held and will likely be deported, Valdes said.

Thanks to one of our readers for the tip.