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After Henryetta deaths, lawmaker wants tougher penalties for sex offenders | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #hacking | #aihp

Sorrow. Anger. Legislate. 

State Rep. Scott Fetgatter’s stages of grief have resulted in him pushing for a bill that would lengthen the prison sentence for offenders of serious sex crimes, his response to this month’s killing of six people in his eastern Oklahoma district.

Jesse McFadden, who police say shot to death six people, including five teenagers, was released from prison a few years ago after serving 85% of a 20-year sentence for rape, the current minimum for that conviction before prison officials can release an inmate early. McFadden also faced additional charges of texting a minor and possessing juvenile pornography while in prison.

Fetgatter, R-Okmulgee, now wants people like McFadden to serve every day of their original sentence, which is what he is proposing for some of the most serious sex crimes, including rape, child molestation and possession of juvenile pornography.

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