When state chiId advocacy workers found out the three-year-old victim had been ra-ed, they went to Henry for answers. The 27-year-old dad then started to tell lie after lie in an attempt to wriggle himself out of this situation. The father’s attorneys tried to make a motion to have another trial because his client has a low IQ of 57. The defense also claimed that Henry was clearly confused when he was cross-examined. Despite the defense’s best effort to prove Henry was not competent to stand trial, psychological and psychiatric tests proved otherwise. The father also chose to testify, which he was not required to do.

During an interview with investigators, the 27-year-old man, Henry, claimed that the 3-year-old reportedly tricked him into thinking she was his wife after his wife went to the bathroom and the toddler crawled into bed in her place. However, the facts of Henry’s twisted story of se-ual abuse on the toddler continued to peel back in layers, showing that the girl had no fault in his abuses and only his depravity did. The defendant was convicted of first-degree se-ual assault of a child under five. He then received his sentence. He will spend the next fifty years in prison before he is eligible for parole, court documents say.

Circuit Court Judge Derek had no sympathy for the child ra-ist. That’s why he sentenced him to fifty years in prison before he could get parole. He’d be 77-years-old if he ever made it back out into the free world. This was an intentional choice by the judge, who said, “I’m not locking him up for the rest of his life, but for the rest of his effective life.”

He claimed that he placed his “butt on her butt.” However when the child was asked to make a PlayDoh model of Henry’s “butt,” the little girl created a sculpture of a pe-is. During a subsequent interview with Detective Fox, the father reportedly admitted to two incidents, one involving a se- toy and another involving oral se-. He claimed that he had no idea he was ra-ing a child but thought it was his wife who had left for the bathroom.

The jury deliberated for less than thirty minutes before they returned and found Henry guilty of his two first-degree se-ual assault charges. He was also convicted of two charges of in-est. He will spend the rest of his effective life in prison. He won’t be able to hurt any more children and will likely have to fend for himself in prison because inmates are notoriously aggressive toward perpetrators of child abuse and assault.