BREAKING: Man Who Plotted To RAPE AND THEN FEAST ON CHILDREN After TORTURNING THEM Could Be RELEASED FROM PRISON Due To COVID-19 Orders


By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

A Massachusetts man who worked with a woman to try to lure children in his home so he could rape them, videotape himself having sex with them, and then later eat them could potentially be moved out of prison due to Coronavirus. Geoffrey Portway, the man known for his home-built dungeon where he planned on keeping and torturing and raping children before finally eating them, wrote a handwritten letter to the Virginian government asking to be moved because of Coronavirus cases in his prison.

According to Boston25 News, the man pled guilty to and was found to have:

Authorities also found a dungeon with torture devices in the basement of Portway's home. They allege Portway planned to rape, torture, murder, and cannibalize young children in the dungeon.

According to federal documents, the dungeon had a child-sized homemade coffin, a steel cage, as well as butchering and castration kits.

Investigators claim Portway chatted online with two men who talked about their desire to abduct, kill and eat children.

Portway is among dozens arrested in the investigation that began with the arrest of another Massachusetts man who has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.

Now, due to Coronavirus, he this man could be potentially removed from his prison location and released into the general public because Virginian politicians have strongly considered releasing prisoners who could die from Coronavirus from the prisons.

He claims his obesity makes him a prime suspect for the virus, and asked in a handwritten letter o be released so he could be safe from the virus. The sad part is, it could happen. The Virginian-Pilot has already reported that at least 1,172 prisoners have been released from prison already over Coronavirus concerns, a trend that is only poised to go up, considering the ACLU is arguing this rate is too slow and that more prisoners need to be released as quickly as humanly possible.

So far, however, the prisoners released did not have sexual or violent crimes, but that does not mean they will not commit these sorts of crimes if released. However, in many cases, prisoners end up committing the same crimes over again that put them there in the first place. 

Even if they don't, most released prisoners end up committing more crime anyways, regardless of the type of crime. A 2018 study by the Bureau Of Justice Statistics found that, of the 401,288 released prisoners followed for 9 years, they committed an average rate of 5 alleged crimes per prisoner. Further, more than 8 in 10 released prisoners were arrested for at least one crime within 9 years of their release.

The solution to Coronavirus plaguing the prisons is not to release prisoners into the wild where they are likely to commit more crime. It is to quarantine the sick in their own quarters while giving them Coronavirus care and then leave the healthy prisoners alone.


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