Back in the 90s, an evil pervert in California named Cody Woodson Klemp was convicted of repeatedly raping his own niece when she was just fourteen years old. She told police that “it would happen as often as he could make it happen.” He was found to have raped other young girls as well. When he was finally caught and taken to trial, the judge sentenced him to 170 years in prison for his crimes. But now the California Parole Board has approved his release after less than thirty years behind bars. Needless to say, his victims are both outraged about his lenient treatment and frightened that he might seek revenge or do the same thing to other young women. (CBS News)
A victim of a convicted rapist is outraged after the California Parole Board approved his release, less than 30 years into his 170-year sentence.
“I’m most afraid that he is going to harm, damage, ruin other women like he’s done to me,” one victim said.
The victim was talking about her uncle Cody Woodson Klemp, who was imprisoned for repeatedly raping her three decades ago. She was 14 years old. He was in his 30s.
Although the parole board has approved the release, Klemp isn’t a free man yet. The…
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