The family of a 13-year-old girl who was brutally gang raped are devastated two of the assailants will not serve any time in jail.
On Tuesday, Tommy Williams, 20, and Clarence Williams, 19, each received a minimum of 10 years of sex offender intensive supervised probation, like the two previous defendants who were sentenced before them, reported KKTV.
The unnamed victim’s family were outraged at the sentence.
"There was six of them and they gang-raped my granddaughter," said the girl's grandfather outside the courtroom.
The assault took place in 2016 at an apartment complex in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The victim reported the rape to police just days before Christmas. In her report, the victim said she knew one of the suspects personally and they invited her to the Stonebrook Terrance Apartments to play video games.
While at the apartment, she told investigators, she was joined by female friends; however, when she went to the bathroom, her girlfriends left. Two men then pulled her out of the bathroom, forced her into the bedroom where four other men were waiting, and gang raped her, said arrest papers.
At a previous sentencing in February, the girl's grandmother delivered emotional details of the assault and said the child was rotated around the bed "like a hand on a clock" during the rape.
Her grandmother also told the court that her granddaughter might never be able to have children as a result of the violent sexual attack.
Two more defendants are still awaiting their sentencing.
According to the arrest papers, some of the six men arrested are cousins and some are brothers.