This sentence is extremely high for rapist cops and highlights nature of his crimes.
As TFTP regularly reports, almost feels "Protected" see flashing red and blue lights behind them while driving.
The women pulled over by Chattanooga Desmond Ladon Logan were getting than promise of extortion.
Several of them got raped, and one even abused with a taser.
Logan pleaded guilty counts of deprivation of civil rights for the rapes of two women as a plea agreement and also admitted additional assaults.
In court , Logan stood before U.S. District Judge Curtis Collier and tried claiming that he never hurt anyone, saying, "I'd apologize for all it's caused not person. I made mistakes. I never hurt anyone."
His muffled his words as he claimed never hurt anyone again.
"I've done things wrong - moral things wrong, [but] I never hurt anyone."
"I was barely anything before this happened to me, and now afraid out on ," wrote one woman, identified as D.H., who Logan assaulted near the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2016, .
Victim impact statements by her and one other woman were attached to a sentencing memorandum filed by prosecutors earlier this month.
D.H. stopped cooking for her family, she wrote.
She's , she was raised to trust and respect, she said, and Logan took that trust her.
She sometimes falls into deep pits of depression, her statement says, can't always afford her medication, so she's had on Medicare.
Another victim, identified as N.S., has said she lives with guilt for not reporting him when she says he raped her in 2015.
During Logan's trial, another victim came forward and said Logan raped her too - she's now a cop.
Despite Logan attempting he didn't hurt anyone, Chattanooga David Roddy let this rapist know that "An absolute disgrace of being."
"To front of a judge and say he never hurt anyone is despicable and reprehensible," he said statement to .
"Desmond Logan has hurt many, his family, officers, friends outside the department, but none he's raped."
"The actions of Desmond Logan jeopardized public safety and violated the trust of the citizens of Chattanooga he swore ," J. Douglas Overbey, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, said statement.
"This case exhibits our continued efforts to prosecute would abuse their authority to commit acts of violence and injustice against members of our community. Our office will stand by and protect the victims of such crimes."
Collier said the U.S. a victim case.
"The state of Tennessee and city of Chattanooga cloaked Logan authority of the state to use force, detain and arrest citizens accused of crimes when he was given the badge of ," Collier said.
When those charged with enforcing the law and break the law, it "Breeds disrespect of law and anarchy," he said.
It certainly does breed disrespect and no amount of pandering by police chiefs and judges claiming this "One bad apple" will ever reverse that disrespect as Logan's case is many.
One need only our archives the brutal reality police sexual misconduct.
Fortunately, instance, the rapist cop received time than other officers.