to connectVideoWisconsin teen faces life in prison for the death of the defendant is a pedophile
Prosecutors say they do not believe that the teenager’s life was in danger at the time of the murder; and Mike Tobin reports from Chicago.
A Wisconsin teenager could face life in prison after she admitted to killing an alleged paedophile who sold her to other men for sex acts, according to the report.
Chrystul Kizer, who was 17 at the time, reportedly shot a 34-year-old From Volar and two times in the head, and burns down his house and barn next to his luxury car after he tried to rape her, authorities said.
Kizer, now 19, told The Washington Post that they will be killed Volar after that, he said, is that they are “owed him” when she refused to have sex with him.
She told me that she was a sex worker in order to pay for the snacks, and notebooks, and they are met with Volar by means of a notice on the Backpage.com.
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She said that he had to have sex with other men in local hotels, sometimes more than once a day, and they followed his orders, because he was a grown-up, and I don’t know. So, I was listening.”
Her lawyers have said she will need to be protected on the basis of gender, victims of trafficking in human beings, the laws, ABC News reported, because he allegedly sold her to other men for sex.
Chrystul Kizer, right, is said to have shot From Volar, to the left, and two more times in the head, and burns down his house and barn next to his luxury car after he tried to rape her, authorities said. (Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office / Getty)
Volar was being investigated on child sex trafficking charges.
The researchers found “hundreds and hundreds” of child porn videos of young girls that seem to have been as young as 12. The pornography stash, and more than 20 “home videos” of a Volar with underage girls, including those from Kizer.
The bank was accused of trafficking in human beings, as he had made close to $1.5 million in transfers to / from November to march of 2017 and May of 2018. The researchers also found out that he had $800,000 in assets.
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Kizer is being held on $ 1 million bail, court records show, to face multiple felony charges, including arson and first-degree premeditated murder, which carries a mandatory life sentence in Wisconsin.
The trial has been scheduled for the month of February.
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