09-14-2010, 02:10 AM #1
NY - Sex Offender Rapes 75 Year Old Bronx Woman
Marcos Cuevas is 32 years old. He's a Level 3 Sex Offender. He stands six foot 2 and weighs 295 pounds.
This POS raped a 75 year old woman after worming his way into a residence where he tied her wrists and the wrists of her 76 year old friend. He then raped the 75 year old. His ruse to gain entrance was he was looking for his mom. His mother works caring for this poor ladies 95 year old mother.
There's a long article. There's a wife defending him. He stole $10.00 off this poor lady after violating her. Again, that registry really works. The lock up really helped. The law regrding thse monsters is just peachy. Never, ever, ever should this guy have had the opportunity to do such a thing.
Forgot to warn you all there's a big mugshot.
Also beware because the wife has too much to say. "He'd never do that after spending all those years in jail". She claims the lady made it up.
Lax security in the building and no cameras isn't helping. Wifey claims she's visited the elderly women as well with husban'ds mom. People at the home say having relatives in is a huge no-no!
Then we have how he spent a decade in prsion. Twice denied parole, but then later left out early. Then locked up again for suprise surprise violating parole. He raped two owmen in 1996 one at knifepoint in Manhattan. Danger to society. Way to go momma allowing your son over there while you worked.
Last edited by Filly; 09-14-2010 at 02:26 AM.
09-14-2010, 02:42 PM #2
"Instead of putting him online put him behind bars forever"
That says a reporter in regards to the sex offender registry.
Those poor elderly women had no idea to look this guy up on a registry.
Throw this monster in jail and toss away the key urges the author.
More information at link
09-14-2010, 05:47 PM #3Registered User
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When will LE, politicians and lobbyists come together to truly protect citizens? A person can get in trouble for passing out flyers regarding POS sex offenders in their neighborhood, but what is the rate of reoffending and what risk is involved in your neighborhood from sex offenders?
This needs to be addressed as a platform in elections. Let's get real law makers and shakers!!!
09-14-2010, 06:23 PM #4
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