NYC Frees Rapist to Protect Him From Coronavirus, What He Does Next Won't Surprise You
It's quite 'unconscionable', according to Mayor Bill de Blasio, that a rapist would go on to do the same thing he was jailed for.
An East Flatbush man who’d been jailed on a rape charge attacked and almost raped another woman just 10 days after he was released from Rikers Island over coronavirus fears, police sources said.
Maybe this fellow didn't have a conscience, but he sure had a crack pipe.
Police responding to a 911 call found Robert Pondexter, 57 — and his crackpipe — at around 5:45 a.m. Saturday on East New York Avenue, between Schenectady and Troy avenues, the sources allege.
Lovely area. Hold on to your wallet. And your life.
Pondexter had allegedly been walking across the street from the Concern Heights Apartments building, a supportive housing development on the block, when he grabbed the woman by the collar and pulled her into a school parking lot.
He and the victim, 58, were strangers, a police source said.
The woman said Pondexter choked her and forced her to perform oral sex before demanding she take off her pants — but she was able to kick Pondexter away.
Supportive housing is homeless housing. The result is even worse crime.
He was released on April 15 as part of an effort to improve social distancing and reduce the spread of the deadly virus, sources told The Post.
The real deadly virus is leftist politics.