Saturday, January 21, 2012
Earl Shriner, above, who had previously served prison time for kidnapping and sexually assaulting teen girls, was arrested for savagely mutilating a boy in 1989. His case inspired the 1990 Community Protection Act, which led to the creation of the state's Special Commitment Center. From left: repeat sex offenders Lawrence Williams, Jeffery Wilson and Jack Leck.
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