Skip to comments.Local Child Molester Slain in L.A. Prison (Convict Code of Justice)
Posted on 06/01/2012 7:15:17 AM PDT by DogByte6RER
Local child molester slain in L.A. prison
An inmate serving a life sentence stemming from the sexual assault of a child in Oceanside was killed Tuesday in his prison cell in Los Angeles County.
Francisco Javier Aguilar, 36, was found dead in his cell at the California State Prison in Lancaster after 1 a.m., authorities said. He had a cable wrapped around his neck, The Los Angeles Times reported.
The cause of death has not been released. An autopsy was set for Thursday, according to the Los Angeles County Coroners Office.
Aguilars cellmate, Aaron Alvarez, 42, has been arrested in connection with the slaying. He was placed in isolation in the administrative segregation unit pending the investigation, said Lt. Jackie Galapon of the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Alvarez is serving a life term in prison on a 2008 murder conviction in Kern County.
Aguilar had been serving a life sentence since 1999, when he was convicted of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
He was arrested in 1998 after he called 911 to report that the 18-month-old girl he was baby-sitting was having seizures, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported at the time. Oceanside police found bruising on the girl, and a hospital exam showed shed been sexually assaulted, authorities said.
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You can just bet that this will be thoroughly
2) It's somewhat understandable ... imagine being Aaron Alvarez ... you're doing life in prison (in California) for murder. That sucks, but ... OK ... You actually did commit the murder, so it's deserved. And then ... they want you to share a cell with a kiddie-raper!?!?!? That's intolerable.
3) Mr Alvarez seems to have committed another murder, and must pay for that. But the prison system that fails to protect inmates should also pay ... and it won't.
4) So what about the kids? Well, what indeed? The piece of filth that harmed them was tried, and convicted by a jury of his peers, and given the maximum sentence allowable by the law. If that sentence isn't enough for you, take it up with the legislature. Depending on so-called "prison justice" is wrong and cowardly. Prison should not be a playground for killers and perverts.
What we have here is a failure to communicate.
That is, for prison guards to communicate with prisoners about who should be dealt with, and how.
Prisons have lots of legal and illegal currencies, and are very capitalistic places. One of the most common legal currencies are goods from the prison “snack bar”. For a very small amount of money, a guard could procure what in prison would be a fortune of “goodies” that could be given to the inmates, after an “accident” like this one.
It’s important that such homicides are “accidents” and not “murder”, which is all based on technique.
For example, who would have even mentioned this if the molester had fallen down a flight of stairs breaking his neck?
Putting him in a cell with a convicted murderer was tantamount to a death sentence by prison administration.