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Former city inspector sentenced to 15 years for sexual attack


Inspector peach-fuzz Goes TNB for some T-‘n-A in latest affirmative action disaster for the Libtard dream of ape/human assimilation.

Local gubmint goobers jaws agape at previous felony blueprints of this build-site baboon.

 

I-Team 10 Update: Former city inspector sentenced to 15 years for sexual attack

Posted at: 03/15/2011 3:55 PM
By: Brett Davidsen | WHEC.com

Luis Acosta

 

 

 

 

“Ize Dont’s needs a tape mey-sures cuz Ize justa use muh dick.”

 

A former city housing inspector will go to prison for 15 years, the maximum sentence, after attacking a woman sexually while he was on the job.

Luis Acosta was found guilty in December of attempted criminal sex act in the first degree. He was aquitted of the more serious rape charge.

Acosta was employed as a city lead inspector, and according to the criminal complaint, the victim had made an appointment for an inspection when the attack occurred in november 2009.

I-Team 10 discovered at the time of the arrest that Acosta had multiple violent felony convictions, yet was still able to get a job working for the City of Rochester.

In our initial report, a city spokesperson admitted they had failed to properly screen Acosta’s background. The city says the background check done on Acosta only looked at local arrests. Acosta’s convictions were in Erie County.

He served two prior stints in prison for criminal possession of a weapon and and robbery.

Furthermore, I-Team 10 obtained a copy of Acosta’s job application in which he was forthcoming about his prior convictions.

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  1. March 24, 2011 at 8:25 pm

    I willing to bet they new exactly who they were hiring, a little nepotism.

    What clicks in an ape’s brain to make them go savage like that?

    On a more serious note, I guess he really “Acosta’d” her…….goodnight.

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