The family home then mysteriously burned down.'It is not the job of the prosecutor to seek convictions. I believe this is the right outcome, given the evidence available in the case.This is justice.'The plea, Barnett’s attorney JR Hobbs said outside of the Nodaway County courthouse, 'accurately reflects the conduct for which he should be held accountable. Barnett truly regrets the actions to which he pleads guilty.'And, in yet another bizarre twist, mutilated rabbits were stuffed inside a car belonging to another girl who was sexually assaulted that night.
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Former police officer and a school consultant on cyber safety, Susan Mc Lean, said the alleged incident may have many severe legal implications for all parties."Rape is [still the more serious offence], and I think there is multiple facets to this whole incident," she said."There is the initial rape, and that sexual assault there.
There's the fact the alleged perpetrator of the rape asked his mate to film it.
There's the agreement of the mate to allegedly film it, and then of course there's the sharing allegedly of that footage."Ms Mc Lean said the laws around child pornography and recording and distribution of abuse did not preclude teenagers from harsh sentences."When a penalty is imposed, the magistrate or the judge must take into account the whole situation — the criminal background of the offender, if there is any, remorse, regret, impact on the victim."I would say this is at the higher end of the impact on the victim — I would suggest that there would be jail served in this."It is understood police were first alerted to the alleged incident by teachers at Sydney's prestigious Cranbrook School after the video was distributed to up to 50 teenagers.
In an email obtained by the ABC, the school's headmaster, Nicholas Sampson, reassured parents a "serious incident" receiving media attention did not occur on school grounds."As I am sure you will understand, we are not able to disclose further details at this stage, both because this is a police matter concerning a student under the age of 18 and because of our pastoral responsibilities for all our students," the email read.