If I was lazy, I'd just sum up Peter Frances Milosavjevic and his deviant behavior by saying that he was a filthy piece of worthless trash that didn't deserve to live, and barely was worth the effort it would take to actually get the state kill him.
Milosavjevic is accused of luring at least 11 mentally handicapped women into his home on the pretense of providing them shelter in exchange for light housekeeping/cooking duties. Victims and police have testified that once inside the home, the women were subject to brutal sexual and physical abuse.
For more than an hour Wednesday afternoon, defense attorney Chris Jensen quizzed his client about the women the prosecution alleges he raped, sodomized and forced to stay in his home for weeks and -- on a couple of occasions -- months.If there was ever a poster child for pro-abortion, this man's face could be on it.
One of his alleged victims testified that she stayed with the defendant on two separate occasions in 2005, and that Milosavjevic routinely tied her up, raped, sodomized and sexually assaulted her with a foreign object.
According to prosecutors, the defendant cruised streets, bus stations and anywhere else he might find dispossessed, drug-addicted and developmentally disabled women to exploit.
The prosecutor said Milosavjevic often acted as though he was concerned for his alleged victims' welfare, telling them he could give them shelter in return for their helping him clean house, cook or perform other small tasks.
Milosavjevic's prior convictions include the sexual assault and beating of a woman in 1983, and the brutalizing of another woman 10 years later -- an assault that put the mentally impaired victim in a coma for days.
*Note--- I'm not endorsing abortion, rather wishing there was a way to prevent these monsters from entering society before they could inflict this level of suffering on another person. Oh... wait. There WAS a way. We could have kept this predator locked up the FIRST time around, and then saved 11 mentally challenged women from him.
See Red Alerts for more