| Shaun Hillis
The sad saga of a little boy's horrifying experience
at the hands of his abuser Shaun Hillis.
Department Case# 09-58863
Court Case # 3AN-09-13726CR
A matter of public record:
On November 29, 2009 Shaun R. Hillis was
arrested by Anchorage Police for
assault on a 7 year old boy.
Mr. Hillis has numerous entries in public records
accessible via the Alaska Court System.
Shaun R. Hillis
of a previous
Shaun Hillis was convicted of domestic
This was the FIFTH TIME the little
boy was abused - but the sytem
FAILED HIM on four previous occasions.
The Office of Children Services had four
previous reports on the little boy. They
interviewed Hillis several times.
The Anchorage Municipal Prosecutor
only charged Hillis with a misdemeanor.
They have no felony laws, only the state does.
The State of Alaska District Attorney
declined to prosecute this case as a felony.
Hillis showed no remorse in court.
He got the proverbial slap on the wrist.
Four months easy time in a halfway house!
Below is the little boy who ended up in the hospital.
According to the
police report, he told officers his "daddy" punched him with his fist.
The report reflects he also
told officers "daddy says I can't go to school each time I look like this" . . . I was present
during this interview as the boy's subsequently appointed guardian.
THIS LITTLE BOY DESERVES JUSTICE!
made a public statement on December 3, 2009 about getting tough on
violence. Does this savage beating of a young boy by an adult five times his size qualify Governor?
PROVE IT! Let's see some definitive action, not "business as usual" !
have specific laws - why can't we? We
need new laws
specifically to address this kind of violence.
CURRENT LAWS DON'T WORK!
I KNOW... I TALKED TO YOUR STATE
I KNOW... I TALKED TO THE MUNICIPAL PROSECUTORS
I KNOW... I TALKED TO YOUR OFFICE.
I KNOW... THE NEWS MEDIA DOESN'T CARE.
I have questions for the people of the State of Alaska:
Are we going to wait for child abusers to hurt other children or demand justice for these defenseless children?
Shouldn't child abusers go to jail and do hard time for such a heinous crime?
Should child abusers be locked up so they won't flee to another state to avoid prosecution?
Is the system going to
work for the victims in this case?
If this was YOUR GRANDSON how would you
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