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What’s unusual is that this young man and his family are fighting back.
“Here’s the thing: This mistake should not haunt him the rest of his life,” Les Anderson says from the family home in east Elkhart.There’ll be links to those e-book related developments, events and opinions we believe you’ll find significant and interesting, gathered up as we roam the Web on your behalf. They’ll be selected from quality items on a planet-wide range of reputable websites available in English. The Niles girl and her mom — whom the Elkhart Truth won’t name because the teen is a victim — even asked for leniency, asked that the case be dropped altogether. I feel that nothing should happen to Zach,” the girl said at the first of his two sentencing hearings April 13, accompanied by her mother. “I don’t want him to be a sex offender because he really is not and I know that there’s an age difference and I realize that (name deleted) was inappropriate that night, we didn’t know,” the mother said. And here is what I have to say: Our sex offender laws are cruel, draconian and not making anyone safer. It is time to demand our lawmakers stop peddling the idea that these are making our kids safer. She continued: “I’m very sorry and I hope you’ll really consider the fact of just dropping the case. I hope you really will for all of our families.” Wiley didn’t drop the case and ultimately denied Zach Anderson HYTA status, told him he’s “darn lucky” he got the deal he did.