People Ain’t Isht: Daycare Worker Convicted Of Kidnapping And Sexual Assault Of 5-Year-Old

- By Bossip Staff

Some people are pure evil. SMH.

Daycare Worker Convicted Of Kidnap And Rape Of Five-Year-Old

Via DailyMail:

A former day care worker in Philadelphia was convicted Friday of abducting a 5-year-old girl from her school classroom and sexually assaulting her during a 19-hour ordeal.

Christina Regusters, 21, donned a Muslim dress and veil to impersonate the girl’s mother and take her from Bryant Elementary School in January 2013, then posed as three different people to trick the blindfolded child.

The girl was found half-naked the next morning at a cold, dark playground.

The defense had questioned during the three-week trial whether Regusters could have acted alone.

But prosecutors said she had viewed child pornography and Japanese anime involving child sexual torture and also looked up how to destroy DNA evidence.

‘All the evidence pointed to the existence of one abductor and assailant — Regusters,’ prosecutor Erin O’Brien said.

Regusters, who is scheduled for sentencing Dec. 15, was convicted of all counts, including kidnapping, aggravated assault and indecent deviate sexual intercourse.

She turned down a plea that would have put her behind bars for 40 years to 80 years, according to her attorney.

The child said she was blindfolded and stashed under a bed for most of her captivity. But she recalled hearing a talking bird, a key detail that helped police close in on a suspect.

The defense argued that three other people home that day would have heard the girl’s cries during the attack.

Defense attorney W. Fred Harrison Jr. suggested an alternative theory: that his client helped an unnamed man commit the crime.

Regusters’ DNA — along with a trace of semen — was found on the T-shirt the girl was wearing when she was located. However, other key evidence was never found, including the girl’s clothes, her backpack, the clothing the kidnapper wore in the school or the object believed to have been used in the attack.

After the verdict, Harrison said he still believes other people were involved.

‘I just don’t think that this plan was something conceived by a 19-year-old to do all that was done in this case,’ Harrison said. ‘I just don’t believe it.’

This is one of the worst stories we’ve ever seen. 80 years isn’t even enough.

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