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Idaho Judge “Punished” A Rapist Of A 14-Year-Old Girl By Making Him Abstain From Sex Until Marriage, Then Blames The Victim For “Using Social Media”

A 20-year-old rapist was sentenced to abstain from sex until after he was married by an Idaho Judge, and then criticized the 14-year-old victim for using social media, which he claims led to the sexual assault.

According to the Guardian, Twin Falls County Judge Randy Stoker claims that social media is to blame for the sexual assault of the young girl at the hands of Cody Herrera, who was 19-years-old at the time of the assault.

The 66-year-old judge ruled that Herrera should go to a treatment program and give up sex until marriage instead of a prison sentence and claims that more people are getting in trouble now days because of social media.

“I think it is a direct consequence of the social media system that we have in this country,” Stoker said. “I can’t tell you how many times I have seen these cases, ‘How did this happen?’ ‘Well, I met somebody on social media.’”

“If I had my way, I would eliminate the internet, and we’d all have better lives,” he said. “But I can’t do that either. It also says something about, I guess, the level of morality in this country. I can’t change morality. People are going to do what they’re going to do.”