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Man convicted of kidnapping a woman and raping her for several days in his apartment in Charlestown learned on Monday that he spend in next several decades in prison. Victor Peña, 42, has been charged. with kidnapping and 10 points of aggravated rape for allegedly owning a 23-year-old woman against her will and sexual abuse of her for three days on his Walford Way home in January 2019.After six days of testimony and evidence required by the jury just two hours of judgment deliberation on everything counts. Prosecutors said the state asked for a “murder enter “sentence because kidnapping and rape” is valid murder someone.” “Why do we ask for essentially murder-type of a sentence? Because the episode of kidnapping and rape like it really is murder part of people,” prosecutor Jan Polumbaum said. Peña was sentenced to terms ranging from 29 to 39 years. in prison Judge Anthony Campo. “The rapes happened in each possible way that the victim could be raped in accordance with the law. all the time being held hostage under your lock and keysaid Campo, pronouncing his sentence. in courtroom for sentence, the victim was. The written statement of the victim was handed over to the judge for its consideration. “When I think about how it affected me i think about how I didn’t come all the way back since those days. Separately of I died in this apartment and I mourn for the life that I could live was meant to be live”, the victim wrote. in statement. Polumbaum described Pena as “the most deliberately difficult defendant in this building ever seen.” Giving evidence in his own defense Peña claimed that happened within three days in the question was agreed and the victim asked him for help as well as wanted go to his apartment. “And we had a pleasant chemistry,” Peña testified. via interpreter. “I said that I have an apartment, I had housing, and then: “Let’s go to your apartment,” she said. in At trial, the prosecutor testified that Peña repeatedly sexually abused her. times and threatened her if she tried to leave. want to die”, the woman told the court. The prosecutor said she was afraid for her life and Peña told her that he saved her and they start a family. Peña forced her to drink alcohol and fed her only canned pineapples. digital the medical examiner said 322 photos as well as six candid videos of the victim was found on Pena’s phone. detectives who found the victim described to the court that he had found a frightened woman. While he took booth, foam was not present in courtroom during the testimony and was instead watch remotely from another room following out of place behavior and destructive outbreaks. During the trial in the seat of the jury, Peña suddenly appeared naked. on monitor in in the courtroom when he committed an obscene act. After about 16 seconds, the monitor in the courtroom was turned off. This is the jury pool was forgiven.

Man convicted of kidnapping a woman and raping her for several days in his apartment in Charlestown learned on Monday that he spend in next several decades in prison.

Victor Peña, 42, has been charged. with kidnapping and 10 points of aggravated rape for allegedly owning a 23-year-old woman against her will and sexual abuse of her for three days on his Walford Way home in January 2019.

After six days of testimony and evidence required by the jury just two hours of judgment deliberation on everything counts.

Prosecutors said the state asked for a “murder enter “sentence because kidnapping and rape” is valid murder somebody.”

Why do we ask for essentially murder-type of a sentence? Because the episode of kidnapping and rape like it really is murder part of people,” prosecutor Jan Polumbaum said.

Peña was sentenced to terms ranging from 29 to 39 years. in prison Judge Anthony Campo.

“The rapes happened in each possible way that the victim could be raped in accordance with the law. all the time being held hostage under your lock and keysaid Campo, pronouncing the verdict.

While there was no foam in courtroom for sentence, the victim was. The written statement of the victim was handed over to the judge for its consideration.

“When I think about how it affected me i think about how I didn’t come all the way back since those days. Separately of I died in this apartment and I mourn for the life that I could live was meant to be live”, the victim wrote. in statement.

Polumbaum described Peña as “the most willfully difficult defendant in this building ever seen.”

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Giving evidence in his own defense Peña claimed that happened within three days in the question was agreed and the victim asked him for help as well as wanted go to his apartment.

“And we started having good chemistry,” Peña testified. via interpreter. “I said that I have an apartment, I had housing, and then: “Let’s go to your apartment,” she said.

Previously in At trial, the prosecutor testified that Peña repeatedly sexually abused her. times and threatened her if she tried to leave.

“I don’t want to die”, the woman told the court.

The prosecutor said she was afraid for her life and Peña told her that he saved her and they start a family. Peña forced her to drink alcohol and fed her only canned pineapples.

BUT digital the medical examiner said 322 photos as well as six candid videos of the victim was found on Pena’s phone. detectives who found the victim described to the court that he had found a frightened woman.

While he took booth, foam was not present in courtroom during the testimony and was instead watch remotely from another room following out of place behavior and destructive outbreaks.

During the seating trial, Peña suddenly appeared naked. on monitor in in the courtroom when he committed an obscene act. After about 16 seconds, the monitor in the courtroom was turned off. This is the jury pool was forgiven.

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