El Paso AGW Rapes Woman Who Called for “Help”

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An El Paso, TX armed government worker named William Ollie Alexander has received a 10-year suspended prison sentence as his punishment for raping a woman who made the mistake of calling AGWs for “help.”

On March 10, 2018, Alexander responded to a domestic violence call. Before leaving the woman, he gave her his phone number and told her to meet him several hours later. When she met him, he kidnapped her, took her to a dark area near Mesa Street in West El Paso and raped her.

News story here.

“I used to be trusting,” the woman said when asked by prosecutors how the incident has impacted her. “I thought everyone was nice and would be helpful, but now I know it is not like that. My intimacy went away for a long time. I didn’t want any guy around me. That’s not right. I shouldn’t have to feel that way.”

The AGW’s father, William Ollie Alexander III said he knows his son made a mistake, but he asked for his son to be sentenced to probation due to fear for his son’s safety in jail.

“I understand he made a moral mistake,” he said. “My son is a law enforcement officer. I think you, I and all the men and women of the jury know what happens to law enforcement officers in prison.”

Too bad he won’t receive the justice he deserves.

And too bad for the taxpayers of El Paso – who are on the hook, civilly, for the damages caused by Alexander junior.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. “he gave her his phone number and told her to meet him several hours later. ”

    Trusting? You know, sometimes you just have to think! At least call his Sergeant and ask him her if this was common and if he she could make the meet.

    Probation! He is the worst kind of criminal and should serve in the general prison population. But Judges, Representatives, Mayors, Governors et al, know they may have to depend on these ‘hero’s’ to defend them from uprisings due to their arrogance and stupidity. So they don’t want to peeve these ‘hero’s’ off too much.

    • Hi Ken,

      Yup. In my state, an average plebe faces more in the way of real consequences for a “reckless driving” ticket. Which you’re subject to for driving 80 or faster anywhere – including a highway with a posted limit of 70.

      Yes, really.

  2. Many, many, many years ago one of my sisters was having ongoing “domestic violence” issues with her soon to be divorced husband. No cops, just a wee conversation between me and the loser. Problem solved.

  3. God forbid he experience the same treatment he inflicted upon his victim. He didn’t “make a mistake”, he intentionally premeditated a violent assault on this woman. Another outstanding argument for the right to keep and bear arms. Since a lethal defense against this sorry excuse for a human being would be completely justified, why the concern for his longevity in prison? He ruined this woman’s life, but now he gets to go about his business as if nothing happened.

  4. I’ve often heard it said, “if you can’t do the time don’t do the crime”. I guess this only applies to the Non-Hero Caste.

    • Hi Anon,

      Indeed. Note (again) the special treatment, the double standard. No question an egregious crime has been committed. But because he’s an AGW he gets no prison time. Because the poor hero might have to deal with consequences.

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