Brandon Wayne Hutson, 22, has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and raping a three (3) year old girl in a local Wal-Mart store last week. He is a convicted sex offender.
Hutson’s bond has been set at $250,000.
Brandon Wayne Hutson Charged In Wal-Mart Rape Of 3 Year Old (Video)
Brandon Wayne Hutson of Springdale, Arkansas is a registered sex offender, having been convicted in 2007 of attempted child molestation.
Surveillance video at the Fayetteville Wal-Mart has now identified Brandon Hutson as the man that picked up a little girl in the toy aisle and carried her into the bathroom where she was raped.
The tiny tot, along with her 5 year old brother were playing alone in the toy aisle when, according to the brother, “a man came up and stole his sister.” The little girl managed to find her mom after the incident and told her the man had carried her to the bathroom.
Hutson was arrested a short time later at a different Wal-Mart, attempting to lure yet another little girl to the bathroom. He was still wearing the same clothes and obviously didn’t care about security cameras.
Brandon Hutson initially denied any wrong-doing, but allegedly broke down and cried, confessing he masturbated before molesting / raping the child twice—in a 10 minute time span, then vanishing. He claims he ‘accidentally bumped into her.’
The sex offender registry isn’t working out to well—not when convicted child molesters can roam through our stores and use toy aisles as a hunting ground for their debauchery.
All the surveillance video camera’s in the world will not stop a pedophile. They don’t care if they’re caught or not—they are like a starving, wild animal that see children as fresh meat to devour.
They are fully aware that our judicial system is all about catch and release, especially if they can fake remorse at their trial.
We constantly turn these ‘people’ loose on society to re-offend, and we act oh-so surprised when they do, but we know better.
Most of us know beyond any doubt that you can’t fix stupid and you can’t fix pedophiles. How do we convince the courts?
Brandon Wayne Hutson was caught and convicted of attempted child molestation in 2007—a short 3 years later, he’s back in the real world allegedly raping little girls in Wal-Mart. When is enough, enough? When it happens to your child, or mine?
Please leave your thoughts on ‘Brandon Wayne Hutson Charged In Wal-Mart Rape Of 3 Year Old’ in the comment section beneath the video.
If convicted, what should Hutson’s sentence be? How long before he is released and claims another child’s innocence?
Should a pedophile’s first offense be their last—via death penalty or life without parole? We’d like to know what you think.