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ANCHORAGE, AK – A man who admitted to choking a woman unconscious before sexually assaulting her will serve no jail time after reaching plea deal.

An unusual assault case has highlighted what some consider to be deep flaws in Alaska’s justice system, and has citizens calling for the ouster of a judge in the case.

It all started with Justin Scott Schneider, a 34-year-old (former) air traffic controller who has developed a problem keeping his hands, and his semen, to himself.

In August 2017, Schneider, who at that point had a clean criminal record, offered a ride to a woman at a gas station. She just wanted to get to her boyfriend’s house. Schneider wanted to get off.

So he drove to an isolated spot, parked the car and grabbed her by the throat, telling her that he would kill her if she screamed. Then he doubled down, telling her that he was going to kill her regardless. Then he choked her out. And jerked off on her.

When she came to, he was zipping up, and explained to her that “he needed her to believe she was going to die so that he could be sexually fulfilled.”

A witness saw Schneider with the victim at the location where the assault occurred, and the victim identified Schneider from a lineup.

Schneider was arrested and charged with kidnapping, second-degree assault, and harassment and was placed on house arrest. He could have gotten 99 years in prison on the kidnapping count.

So imagine the community outrage when, on Wednesday September 19th, Schneider took a plea deal that eliminated the kidnapping charge. He pled guilty to the assault charge and walked away with three years of probation, including sex offender treatment and monitoring, but no active jail time.

Why no jail? Schneider drew the maximum sentence for the assault charge, two years, and the judge suspended one year of the sentence. Schneider was then given time-served credit for his year under house arrest. Two minus one minus one equals zero.

And now there are a bunch of pissed-off citizens in Alaska.

Regardless of the outcry, state justice officials said that “the state chose the best option it had under the law.”

For one, they stated that their inability to locate the victim for the hearing caused them to doubt whether they would be able to produce her as a witness for a trial, given that she “did not have a stable living environment.” In this case, Schneider might go free altogether, with no record.

Secondly, they did not feel that they could prove the kidnapping charge beyond a reasonable doubt, because the victim went willingly with Schneider.

And without the plea deal, Schneider would not have been given sex offender status, even if he had been convicted on all of the original charges. Why? Because there were no sexual charges in the case.

Why no sexual charges? He jerked off on her!

Simple. That’s because “the act of ejaculating on an unconscious victim is not a sex crime under Alaska law.”

Some have argued that Schneider should have been charged with attempted murder for the choking. State justice officials disagree, noting that Schneider lacked the “specific intent” to kill the victim, and that a defense attorney “would have successfully pointed out that if Schneider had wanted to kill the woman, he would have done so when she was unconscious.”

As it stands, if Schneider can be a good boy for three years, he might be able to put all of this behind him. I doubt that the victim can say the same.

And with a ballot initiative for his ouster looming in November, Anchorage Superior Court Judge Michael Corey might be the final victim of Schneider’s sleazy sperm-shootin’ escapade.

As far as that whole spanking-it-on-an-unconscious-victim loophole goes… well, it might be closing soon. Governor Sean Parnell has vowed to introduce legislation that would “mak[e] unwanted contact with semen a sex crime” punishable on the first offense by two to 12 years in jail and sex offender status.

What do you think?

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