Sexual Offender Ordered to Mandated AA Meetings-Again and Again!

Pierce Hunter did a plea deal in a felony sexual assault case. He too will be sitting next to minors and others that will not know his crime-because he is anonymous in AA meetings. These sentencing mandates to AA and NA for sexual predators happen daily across our nation. AA/NA and Judges KNOW minors attend these meetings and encourage it. Also AA and NA encourage this practice by soliciting our teens, children and young adults to come to felon filled AA meetings.

: Tuesday, June 28, 2011, 7:15 AM

Swimmer charged in sexual assault gets probation in plea deal Deal keeps victim from having to testify

by Glenn Wohltmann Pleasanton Weekly Staff

A 21-year-old Pleasanton man and former swimmer at UC Davis has been convicted of a felony in connection with an attack on a young woman in her dorm room last year. Pierce Hunter accepted a plea deal that spared the victim from having to testify and avoided a jury trial. Hunter pleaded no contest – admitting that the prosecution had enough evidence to convict him but not admitting guilt – to a single felony count of dissuading a witness after threatening the victim following the attack.

As part of the plea deal, Hunter was ordered to serve 150 days in the county jail; a charge of sexual battery will remain on hold for the five years Hunter will be on probation following his stay in jail. During his probation, he will have to register as sex offender, receive sex offender counseling, and attend meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous. The sexual battery charge will be dismissed if Hunter successfully completes probation. Yolo County Deputy District Attorney Clint Parish told the court the attack took place in January 2010. “Hunter entered the dorm room of the victim. According to the victim, after a short discussion, Hunter took off most of his clothes and began to force himself on her,” Parish told the judge. “During the struggle, Hunter took the victim’s pants off of her as well as her underwear. Because of the vast difference in size between Hunter and the victim, he was able to keep her pinned down while he continued to assault her.”

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One thought on “Sexual Offender Ordered to Mandated AA Meetings-Again and Again!

  1. This is such a common practice.Parents need to understand that their minor
    children or young adult children are at risk at being harmed by AA/NA members.
    Many teens go to meetings for minor drug infractions only to hook up with
    longtime heavy drug users and felons that introduce them to harder drugs and
    sexually assault them.Teens are encouraged to talk about their sex lives with
    their sponsor! AA has no training in dealing with with sexual issues or even
    drug addiction.

    Remember they state that they are”Forever non-professionals!”. They
    got that right.Now they have to stop acting like they are and ruining peoples

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