File this one under it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving person. Dean Arthur Schwartzmiller was sentenced to 150 years in prison for the rape and molestation of two 12 year old boys.
Dean Arthur Schwartzmiller, 64, who also had been convicted of sexual assaults in several states over three decades, was sentenced to the maximum term on 11 felony counts of child molestation and one misdemeanor charge of child pornography possession.
Schwartzmiller represented himself during his trial last year but asked for an attorney to represent him during the sentencing phase. (AP)
It has been reported that Schwartzmiller was one of the most prolific serial rapist who may have been responsible for numerous and untold scores of child rapes.
When Schwartzmiller was arrested in June 2005, investigators found a memoir describing abuse, binders full of child pornography and 1,500 notebook pages with headings including “blond boys,” “no, but yes boys,” and “best of the best, 13 and under.”
Get a load of what this child molester and his attorney tried to pass off as a defense … “Our society doesn’t accept a man who loves boys”. Gee, no kidding!!! Earth to defense attorney, its also against the law, but I guess that is a technicality for a lawyer who represents the scum of the earth.
Schwartzmiller, who acted as his own attorney during his October trial, told jurors that he was innocent and maligned by a society that doesn’t accept men who love boys.
During his testimony, Schwartzmiller said the memoir and notebook entries were fiction.
Schwartzmiller sentenced to 150 years for child molestation
Schwartzmiller, who had at least three molestation convictions and a dozen arrests over three decades, abused many as 100 boys in eight U.S. states, Mexico and Brazil from 1969 to 2005, prosecutors said.
Although police say Schwartzmiller appears to have spent much of the past three decades years in California, he has also been arrested on child molestation charges in New York, Idaho, Oregon, Arkansas and Washington. He has lived in Nevada, Texas and Washington.
In 1984, the Idaho Supreme Court upheld a 1978 conviction for molesting two 14-year-old boys and characterized Schwartzmiller as a “repeat offender” who “uses his intelligence to take advantage of the weak and oppressed and those who are in need.”
Schwartzmiller “frequents areas where young boys may be found, befriends boys with no father figure in the home, entices them from their homes, lowers their natural inhibitions through the use of drugs and alcohol, and commits sex acts upon them,” the justices wrote.
At the time of his arrest in 2005, he was wanted in Oregon on felony sexual assault charges involving a minor. After serving prison time in Idaho for child molestation in the late 1970s, he lived in Brazil, and was extradited from there to Idaho again in the late 1980s. (Pine Bluff Commercial)