Oregon’s ‘monster’, was sentenced to 270 years for the sexual abuse and torture of three young sisters

After more than a decade of delays, the Oregon man has been described as a “monster,” and called it “the worst of the worst,” was sentenced Monday to 270 years in prison for the rape and sexual abuse, and torture of three young sisters, he offered to babysit.

Andrew Kowalczyk, 44, was also convicted and sentenced to a life term of supervised release, following several years of litigation, and attempting to obstruct justice, including with regard to the trigger of the murder of an assistant district attorney.

Kowalczyk, who is 480 pounds and sat in a wheelchair to the defense table and put his middle finger up at the judge and shouted, “You’re a corrupt piece of sh*t,” before being led out of the courtroom by four deputy U.s. marshals.

“It turns out that Andrew is, in fact, was a monster,” said one of the victims, 23-year-old told U.s. District court Judge Michael Mosman of the sentencing hearing. “I know that he’s got something to do with my two sisters and me, so that he could rape and molest us.”


The mother of the victim, testified that Kowalczyk bought her girls, an 8 and a 2-year-old twins, children’s toys, clothing, diapers, shoes, and even a birthday cake with their names on it. He also paid for their Portland, oregon, hotel rooms, and regularly baby-sitting the children while the mother was looking for work, according to court documents.

“In terms of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children, this defendant is the worst of the court has ever seen,” said Assistant district Attorney of the s. S., and Scott Kerin. “(Kowalczyk) did not show any remorse. He is and will always be, a predatory sex offender as long as he lives.”

“It turns out that Andrew was, in fact, a monster.”

— Kowalczyk and the victim

Kowalczyk was arrested on unrelated charges in Puyallup, Washington, dc, on Dec. 27, 2007. He was pulled over by police in Des Moines, Washington, and refused to step out of the vehicle.

The police said Kowalczyk is not in the car he was driving had no license and gave officers a false name. The incident has led to a high-speed chase, the police department shall be suspended for the safety of the public. However, Kowalczyk was arrested a day later in the Northwestern corner of the Motor Inn in Puyallup to try to get us to leave in a cab.

It was then that the authorities seized the bags he was carrying. They had a camera and a hard disk drive of 650 child porn images and videos. Several of the files showed him to the sexual abuse of two young children, and the metadata can be embedded in some of the pictures are revealed, they have been taken with the camera at the Kowalczyk left.

Puyallup police department has published some of the non-pornographic pictures, to help the victims.

In February 2008, a federal grand jury has charged Kowalczyk with a single count of sexual exploitation of a child. In March of that year, the researchers carried out a search warrant for a storage Kowalczky rented it, and found a bench, a mirror, and a number of shirts that can be seen in the pornographic pictures on the devices. In a substitute complaint, with eight additional counts of sexual exploitation of children is to be returned on March 21, 2012.

Ever since the first time he has been accused, Kowalczyk tried to get a postponement of his trial due to the replacement of his counsel, more than a dozen times. He has also filed motions to suppress the evidence, and even tried to obstruct justice while he was in prison to ask for his father and for the collection of other incriminating evidence found on the hard drives before they could be seized by the authorities. He has also asked for the murder of an assistant district attorney from the u.s., according to the authorities.


“Andrew Kowalczyk abuse and torture of his victims, it was unthinkable, and it will always have an impact on their lives,” said Billy Williams, the chief Prosecutor of the u.s. for the District of Oregon. “Kowalczyk tries every conceivable tactic to delay prosecution, who are the young victims of the justice they deserve. Today, there are attempts to delay the punishment for his heinous crimes to come to a close.”

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