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In contrast to some other violent offenders leaving prison, William's debt to society still hadn't been paid. Until the day he dies, William will be considered a "sexual predator" by the state of Illinois.His address, photograph, and offenses are listed in an online registry, which William is obligated to update annually."William" left Graham Correctional Center on an August day in 2008 after serving nearly six years locked up on sexual assault charges.And it wasn't until the day of his release that he realized a different kind of confinement awaited him on the outside.
"I was really excited that day I was about to leave, until they laid out to me everything that I won't be able to do," says William, who shared his story on the condition that his real name not be used. But all the other stuff they laid out, like you can't see your son—I was like, 'Wow.' That was the thing that really hit hard." By his admission, William committed the crime he was accused of: he raped at gunpoint the woman who was his girlfriend and the mother of his child.
Throughout his prison term his family had visited him often and sent him money, but upon his release he couldn't move back home with them because his mother lives next door to a day care center and his sister has children at home.
Though he hadn't committed an offense against a child, William, like any paroled sex offender, can't live within 500 feet of a school, public park, or day care center, and he can't have unapproved contact with minors.
But in Chicago, the information that does exist shows that the offender is acquainted with the victim in more than 70 percent of sexual assaults.
His offense isn't sympathetic, but among sex offenses it isn't an anomaly.Most sex crimes are committed by people who are acquainted, sometimes intimately, with their victims.