Wayne Chapman, a Massachussets man who served 41 years after being convicted of raping two children, is set to be released from civil imprisonment after medical examiners declared he was no longer dangerous, leading to outcry from some.
Wayne Chapman, a Massachussets man who served 41 years after being convicted of raping two children, is set to be released from civil imprisonment after medical examiners declared he was no longer dangerous, leading to outcry from some. Fox 25 Boston broadcast/screenshot
Wayne Chapman, a Massachussets man who served 41 years after being convicted of raping two children, is set to be released from civil imprisonment after medical examiners declared he was no longer dangerous, leading to outcry from some. Fox 25 Boston broadcast/screenshot

Convicted child rapist set to be freed - after his lawyer said he's 'too old' to do it again

May 22, 2018 02:49 PM