& # 39; Evil 8 & # 39; pedophile attractive nine-year sentence for raping a 13-year-old girl while her father watched him be FREED because the police paraded him through the streets after his arrest
- Alfred Impicciatore was sentenced to nine years after raping a 13-year-old girl
- The girl's father had pimped her at other men while he watched and participated
- Impicciatore admitted having had sex with the girl, but said he thought she was 17
A member of a pedophile ring named & # 39; Evil 8 & # 39; appeals to his conviction for raping a 13-year-old girl while her father watched.
Alfred Impicciatore, 49, was sentenced to nine and a half years in a prison in Western Australia for the repeated rape of the young girl in Perth in 2015.
The girl's father had pimped her to several men from the age of 11 and sometimes participated in the abuse.
Alfred John Impicciatore, (photo), was sentenced to nine and a half years in a prison in Western Australia for repeatedly raping the young girl in 2015 while her father watched
Impicciatore appeared on Friday at the Court of Appeal, where he represented himself for the first day of his hearing.
He claims that there are many problems with his conviction, which means that it is not valid and that he must run free.
In a police interview, the 49-year-old admitted he was having sex with the girl, but said he thought she was 17.
Impicciatore claims that the interview should not have been used against him because the & # 39; involuntary & # 39; used to be Nine news reported.
& # 39; I am bipolar and dyslexic, I cannot handle pressure well & # 39 ;, said Impicciatore.
He claimed that he had been arrested for his neighbors in what he labeled as a & # 39; witch hunt & # 39 ;.
Impicciatore told the court that the police drove him to multiple addresses for almost an hour while they were walking through the streets & # 39; paraded.
The 49-year-old admitted that he had sex with the girl during a police video, but claims that he thought she was 17
Impicciatore was held by the police for longer than the legal limit of six hours – and some of his confessions came after that time.
But a judge allowed the evidence to be used in court, and ruled that the police made a & # 39; fair error & # 39; had made.
Impicciatore also accused the police of giving him a fake lawyer to talk to, and claimed that a person who advised him did & # 39; as if he were.
Impicciatore was the only & # 39; Evil 8 & # 39; member who filed the charges against him with six other men who plead guilty and were given prison sentences of three to 13 years.
The father of the victim was punished for 22 years and a half.
The outcome of the Impicciatore appeal will be given at a later date.
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