Though the powers that be state crime is down (maybe in some areas), there is an upswing in rape and the story below of a young woman from Richmond Hill who was attacked and raped in her own store by some fucking savage 17 year old ghetto hood rat, Donovan Fenton, who also goes by the name of Donovan Hardmen (http://qns.com/story/2017/05/10/teen-accused-raping-richmond-hill-woman-inside-store-released-low-bail/) is even more upsetting that the asshole slime ball judge, Michael Katz, let this subhuman free on $17,000 bail, even though this young piece of ghetto shit had been arrested eight times in the past and was charged with predatory sexual assault and robbery. EIGHT FUCKING TIMES.
17 years old……………….. and what subhuman produced such a fucking monster hood rat.
Now let’s hear from the ghetto hood rats and lovers of ghetto hood rats, how awful I am and what a racist I am for speaking the truth in the dirty crime ridden SE Queens that is crime ridden due to ghetto hood rats. AND to those folks, the judge, this piece of shit and the creatures that spawned him and any lefty liberals who want to save an unsaved creature.
From The Daily News:
Queens prosecutors urged Judge Michael Katz to order Donovan Fenton, 17, held without bail for the savage attack, along with two unrelated robberies and a misdemeanor assault.
When it became clear that Katz was intent on offering bail at the Sunday arraignment, prosecutors requested the amount be set at $500,000.
Katz, a civil court judge sitting on the bench in Queens Criminal Court for the day, settled on a figure that amounted to just over 3% of what prosecutors had asked for.
Fenton posted bail on Tuesday after spending just three days behind bars.
“When my lawyer told me he got bail, I was so speechless,” the 50-year-old victim told the Daily News, her voice quivering.
“This makes me feel like I’m worth nothing as a woman,” added the victim, who was attacked inside the discount store she owns. “Like my life has no value.”
“It is an outrage that an alleged rapist is out on a mere $17,000 bail,” said City Councilman Eric Ulrich (R-Queens). “The suspect is accused of a number of violent crimes, sexual assault and possession of a weapon. By allowing this dangerous man to walk freely on our streets, the court system has put New Yorkers in danger.”
Katz, a Manhattan judge who was elected in 2011, declined to weigh in on his decision.
“I’m sure you know I’m not allowed to comment on any pending cases,” he said in his courtroom at 111 Centre St. in lower Manhattan.
The victim said she had a bad feeling when the suspect showed up at her Richmond Hill shop about 11:40 a.m. Saturday.
He eventually left the store but returned minutes later armed with a knife.
“As soon as I looked in his eye, all I saw was evil,” recalled the woman, a Guyanese immigrant with a 28-year-old son. “I knew, this is my last day of living.”
Cops said Fenton dragged the woman to the basement.
With the knife held against her neck, Fenton forced her to perform oral sex on him and then raped and sodomized her, sources said.
What he apparently didn’t realize was that the woman was on the phone with a friend. Her cell was in her pocket and she was using an earpiece.
“I realized if she heard me scream, she’ll know something’s wrong,” the woman said of her pal.
Fenton stole about $60 on his way out of the store, but by then the friend had already dialed 911, sources said.
Cops were on the scene when the victim emerged from the basement. She provided a description of the attacker — and he was captured a few blocks away.
Fenton, who’s been arrested eight times, was charged with predatory sexual assault and robbery. The teen, of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, could not be reached Wednesday.
A courts spokesman, meanwhile, offered a tepid defense of Katz’s decision.
“He made a discretionary decision based on the information and arguments in front of him from both sides and that was his decision,” said Lucian Chalfen, a spokesman for the Office of Court Administration. “Setting bail is not punitive. It’s to ensure the defendant’s return to court.”
Prosecutors are scheduled to present the case to a grand jury on Friday. It’s possible a different judge will increase the bail if the suspect is indicted.
Prosecutors say Fenton’s crimes began last year when he punched a 17-year-old girl in the face on an A train on Nov. 21. The teen was given a desk appearance ticket but failed to appear in court, leading to a bench warrant.
Fenton committed the first of his alleged Queens robberies on April 30, officials said. The teen barged into the Y&Z Deli on Jamaica Ave. and waved a knife at clerk who handed over an unspecified amount of cash, authorities said.
Fenton was also charged in a May 5 robbery at the Woodhaven Discounts store on Jamaica Ave. Authorities said he pointed a knife at the clerk and demanded cash from the register — making off with $500.
The rape victim said Fenton belongs behind bars.
“That judge doesn’t have a heart,” she said. “He’s the criminal and he’s out there with his freedom. And I don’t. I’m the one who will have to lock myself away now.