Boise Man Has Been Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison After Being Found Guilty Of Raping A Woman At Knifepoint
The Boise Man had strangled a woman. And raped her while holding a knife to her throat was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years in prison. Rod Lee Futon, who is a 47-year-old, will be serving a minimum of 15 years of his sentence behind bars. Only after that, the man will become eligible for parole. The judge Michael Reardon had shown during his trial no remorse for the domestic violence attack, which happened in a neighborhood near Overland and Curtis roads in April 2018.
The judge told Futhon that his circumstances and attitudes suggest that he was among the most dangerous people that we in this job have to deal with.
Judge Says People Put People Who Scare Them Into Prison, Futhon Frightens Him
He further continued to address the man saying that the man has no empathy, nor does he express any compassion, he blamed his victim, and he projects satisfied, which are so far away that they are closer to the point of delusion. The man was finally arrested in February last year after a thorough investigation by the police. The man was accused of rape and attempted strangulation in October.
Moreover, Fulton was strictly instructed to have zero contact with the victim for a minimum of 30 years. Judge Michael Reardon shred his wisdom, discussing that the people used to put those people who scare society, not those who just mildly angers them. He then looked towards Fulton and told him that he frightens him.
The victim went on to say that she felt the people who are dealing with similar abuses should come forward to take advantage of the various services that are available these days.