Tuesday, April 06, 2010

People v. Milosavljevic (Cal. Ct. App. - April 6, 2010)

Let's keep the Serbian names straight. Slobodan Milosevic was worse; he committed genocide.

But Peter Milosavljevic is far from a peach. He was sentenced to 965 years to life when found guilty of 38 counts of "forcible rape, forcible sodomy, forcible oral copulation, forcible penetration by a foreign object, false imprisonment, administering an intoxicating agent with intent to commit a felony, assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, and other related offenses involving 10 victims." A dude I'm happy to see locked away.

Just a snippet of what he did, involving a single victim: "During the six-month period during which she lived with Milosavljevic, he raped her 20 to 35 times. When she refused to have sex with him, he reminded her of his threat to her family and that he knew their addresses and telephone numbers. On the five to seven occasions when she refused to have anal sex and tried to fight him off, he strangled her until she became unconscious. He also forced her to orally copulate him on many occasions, which she disliked because his penis had a bug spray taste to it."

Not only does Milosavljevic have to spend 965 years to life in prison, but he also has to endure the indignity of seeing the harshest thing I've ever read about someone printed forever in the pages of the California Appellate Reporter -- a publication, mind you, to which his cohorts in the penitentiary have access. "His penis had a bug spray taste to it." Oh my.

P.S. - Also don't confuse Milosavljevic with Milorad "Rod" Blagojevich. Who's also not a peach, but who's far better than either Milosavljevic or Milosevic. And who, as far as I know, also has no personal "Dude, your d**k tastes like bug spray" issue. Thankfully.