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 January 31, 2016  Posted by  Court

Levi Pulkkinen reports:

A convicted child rapist lost his fight to have his convictions thrown out after he said a voicemail that was used as evidence in his trial violated his right to privacy.

Alan James Sinclair II accidentally called a young girl’s mother while discussing his misdeeds with the girl. He hoped a Washington appellate court would throw out the incriminating recording – and his child rape convictions – on the grounds that the voicemail violated his privacy rights.

No such luck.

Read more on WKRC.

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