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Name: Richard Quincy Williams

Age: 35 yr old (2014)

State: QLD - Gold Coast

Sentence: Sentenced in April - 2014, in the Southport District Court, to 8 yrs jail - 3 yrs non parole. Parole eligibility date was set for September 24, 2016.

Offence/Other: Richard Quincy Williams - Rapist - Convicted of snatching and raping a 20 yr old woman from the street at Merrimac in May 2010... Pleaded guilty to one count each of rape, deprivation of liberty and assault with intent to commit rape

Senior police are outraged at the sentence handed to a man convicted of the vicious rape of a young triathlete on the Gold Coast four years ago.
“He will serve less time than we took to arrest him. That is the reality,” police said after the sentence.
“It is absolutely disgusting. It was a horrendous and brutal attack. The victim has to live with what happened for the rest of her life and now her rapist could be back on the streets in 2˝ years.”
- Read more below.




Police furious at lenient sentence for Merrimac rapist who could be out in two years

Police are seething that the man convicted of snatching and raping a woman from the street at Merrimac will be eligible for parole after serving only three years.
Authorities reacted strongly to the decision to sentence Richard Quincy Williams, 35, to eight years in jail for raping a 20-year-old woman in 2010, with a recommendation for parole that could see him freed as early as 2016.
But the sentencing judge said she was bound by case law in making her decision.
“He will serve less time than we took to arrest him. That is the reality,” police said after the sentence.
“It is absolutely disgusting. It was a horrendous and brutal attack.
“His victim has to live with what happened for the rest of her life and now her rapist could be back on the streets in 2˝ years.”
Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie said he would consider appealing against the decision.
“I will review the case and seek advice from the Director of Public Prosecutions,” Mr Bleijie said.
Sentencing Williams, Judge Julie Dick SC accepted great harm had been caused to the victim’s family.
“All rapes are serious and revolting,” she said.
“I accept the effect on the family has been extreme.”
But she also considered Williams had shown remorse by confessing upon his arrest and she accepted a medical report stating he was a “low risk” of reoffending as long he stayed away from drugs.
She rejected a call by the DPP to hand down a 10-14 year jail sentence with a serious violent offender ­declaration that could see him serve 80 per cent of his sentence.
She said the case was not as serious as other brutal rapes which featured weapons, death threats or prolonged, gratuitous violence.


www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au (8-4-2014)
http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/police-furious-at-lenient-sentence-for-merrimac-rapist-who-could-be-out-in-two-years/story-fnje8bkv-1226877358154




Detectives furious over sentence handed to brutual rapist Richard Quincy Williams

Senior police are outraged at the sentence handed to a man convicted of the vicious rape of a young triathlete on the Gold Coast four years ago.
Melbourne man Richard Quincy Williams, 35, was high on methamphetamine when he crash-tackled and raped a 20-year-old female jogger at Merrimac in May 2010.
After three years of exhaustive investigations interstate and abroad, Gold Coast detectives found Williams in regional Victoria in September last year.
He denied he was responsible for the crime until he was confronted with DNA evidence.
Williams pleaded guilty to one count each of rape, deprivation of liberty and assault with intent to commit rape in the Southport District Court on Monday.
He was sentenced to eight years' jail for an offence that carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.
But his parole eligibility date was set for September 24, 2016.
In effect, Williams could walk free from prison in two years because the judicial system found his crime was not in the worst category of rape.
Police refused to formally comment on the sentence, but detectives who investigated the case are privately furious.
"The police are outraged by what is a totally inadequate sentence for what was a brutal and savage attack on an innocent girl in a public place," a senior detective said.
"It is yet another example of victims being let down by the judicial system."
Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie said he would consider appealing the decision.
"I will review the case and seek advice from the Director of Public Prosecutions," Mr Bleijie said.
The attack happened on Gooding Drive, a busy and well-lit main road, about 7.10pm.
The victim - a high-achieving triathlete and university student at the time - was dragged from the popular jogging route into long grass.
When she struggled, her attacker threatened to punch her and ordered her to crawl into thicker grass. He called her darling and sweetheart before raping her.
The young woman, now 24, confronted her attacker in court to claim her status as a survivor.
The attack robbed her of her sporting career, her part time job and led to the breakdown of her relationship.
She said daily activities, including shopping at the supermarket and socialising with friends, became too overwhelming because she was so fearful for her safety.
But support from family and counsellors at the Gold Coast Centre Against Sexual Violence helped her recovery.
Judge Julie Dick SC rejected a call by the DPP to hand down a 10 to 14-year jail sentence with a serious violent offender declaration that would have forced Williams to serve 80 per cent of his sentence.


www.brisbanetimes.com.au (8-4-2014)
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/detectives-furious-over-sentence-handed-to-brutual-rapist-richard-quincy-williams-20140408-36ad7.html





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