Fan of Library Porn Admits Raping Little Girl in Library Bathroom – Philadelphia, PA

The next time the taxpayer-supported members of the American Library Association rail against anti-porn filters on taxpayer-supplied Internet service, consider the little Philadelphia girl who went to her library to learn and instead got a vicious lesson from a pedophile rapist who loves library porn.

Brian McCutcheon, a 23-year-old vagrant, is charged with rape and attempted murder after his “brutal attack” Saturday on an 8-year-old in the restroom of Philadelphia Free Library’s Independence branch, the Philadelphia Daily News reported today.

He admitted to police he choked her to mute her screams of terror. The child remains hospitalized with injuries to her neck, shoulders, eyes and buttocks.

Shades of Carlie Brucia: McCutcheon was freed after only seven months in prison “for a similar attack on a 9-year-old girl in a rec center bathroom” in 2000.

McCutcheon was banned from the library’s central branch last summer for abusing computers to feed his lust for pornography, but the system failed to apply the ban to any of the other branches.

“McCutcheon apparently was adept at using library computers to access pornography. In July 2002, when Fox News (Channel 29) walked into a branch to do a story on the subject, they found McCutcheon — who willingly put on an impromptu demonstration for the camera,” the Daily News reported.

Article originally posted here at NewsMax.com – http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/ic/2004/2/11/170407.shtml 

 

February 4, 2004

 

 

 

 

 

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