Natalio Canete-Perez Case Study Examples

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In June 2014 a 35 year old male named Natalio Canete-Perez posed as a young girl on Facebook and began communicating with 2 girls and 1 boy ages 10, 12, and 15 at the time. He exchanged pornographic photos with the children and would force them to keep sending him new photos by threatening them that he would publish the photos they had already sent. Perez even made plans with the 15 year old boy and the 12 year old girl to meet at a local park and proceeded to force them to have sex with each other and then later raped the 12 year old himself while recording with a camera the entire time. Perez was caught when the 10 year old girl told a family member about Perez who called the police. The Police mounted an investigation and arrested Canete-Perez in September of 2014. Near the end of the trial the year old girl now 14 gave a statement and said after the incident she had become depressed and …show more content…

In the end Perez was found guilty on three counts of predatory sexual assault, two counts of first-degree sexual abuse, two counts of use of a child in a sexual performance, and disseminating indecent materials to minors. Perez was sentenced to 108 ¹/₂ years in prison and is currently serving that sentence in a New York state prison (Saul, 2016). This case relates back to chapter 14 by describing the type of sexual offender Perez was and how his actions affected his victims. Canete-Perez is classified as an extra-familial child molester because he has sexually molested children that were outside of his own family. When we look deeper into Perez crimes we can classify him as a fixated child molester type because his sexual orientation is towards children, his offenses were planned, he had no history of alcohol or drug abuse, and he felt no remorse or distress over his own behavior. We can go even further into that classification to find him as a sex-force child molester because he threaten his victims specifically the 12 year old girl to having sex

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