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Serial Child Rapist Cop, Who Used His Badge To Rape Children, Gets 40 Years In A Cage

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Published on: February 3, 2022

Crowley, LA — All too often, as frequent readers of the Free Thought Project can attest, sexually abusive cops get slaps on their wrists for heinous and vile crimes. Even when these officers abuse society’s most vulnerable, children, they often times avoid jail all together. It is a travesty of justice and it is unfortunately a normal part of charging police officers with crimes.

The following case, however, is an exception to that rule. A disgraced Louisiana cop will not be avoiding jail and will not be getting off with a slap on the wrist for preying on children. Former Crowley Police Department officer Damon Broussard, 45, was sentenced by 15th Judicial District Court Judge Marilyn Castle this week to 40 years behind bars — arguably the rest of his life.

As is the state law in Louisiana, Broussard will not be eligible to even apply for parole or probation for at least 25 of those years. This is music to the ears of his victims as Broussard is a repeat offender.

Broussard has an arrest record spanning back nearly a decade. He was first arrested in 2013 on multiple counts of aggravated rape and molestation of a juvenile after several of his victims came forward. During that time, he was employed with another department, the Lake Arthur Police Department.

Broussard’s first victim was just 8 years old when this monster first attacked her. That victim, now an adult, came to Broussard’s sentencing on Tuesday to see her abuser get put away for decades. Five other women — who Broussard abused as children as well — also attended the sentencing.

During the trial, prosecutors pointed out that Broussard was not on the job when the sexual abuse occurred, but believe his position of authority as a police officer aided in his targeting of the victims.

As the Advocate reports, the victim at the center of the case provided a victim impact statement in advance of the sentencing announcement; the other women were able to provide testimony during the trial as part of admissible evidence, the assistant district attorney said.

“I think they were relieved. They were happy. I think ultimately they were just glad that something happened and that some closure was brought to them, and that they know they weren’t forgotten. I think they’re kind of prepared to close this chapter in their lives and move forward,” assistant district attorney Brian Langford said.

No one could answer why it took 9 years for Broussard to go to trial. However, after Langford took over the case in January of last year, Broussard was finally convicted in November after Langford, co-counsel Burleigh Doga and the victim’s assistance coordinator Pam Fruge worked closely with the victims to revive the case.

Because he was not swiftly charged and put in jail, Broussard was able to victimize even more children after his arrest in 2013. While awaiting trial, this sicko was arrested again in 2018. This time it was for multiple counts of child pornography and a series of other charges stemming from that arrest.

He has been locked up since his arrest in 2018 and has yet to go to trial for those charges. Langford told reporters this week that they are considering on how best to move forward with the remaining charges.

Given that he is now a convicted child rapist, after he goes to trial for the child pornography charges, he will like spend the rest of his pathetic life in a cage — something that undoubtedly gives all of his victims peace.

Article posted with permission from Matt Agorist

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