The Persistence of Kerry ThomasMarch 14th, 2009 - 12:41 am ICT by GD
Kerry Thomas 45, is the first person in Idaho ever, to be to be convicted of spreading the HIV virus with his full knowledge. The authorities on Thursday said that Kerry is facing new charges for the same felony.
The grand jury of the Ada County indicted Kerry S. Thomas of knowingly transferring the AIDS disease on seven counts of felony, on Tuesday. Each count of felony carries a maximum imprisonment sentence of 15 years together with a $50,000 fine.
In the year 1990 Thomas was indicted with rape, for which he plead guilty and was sentenced to 12 years of imprisonment, the first three years of which he would have spend at the state penitentiary.
The year 1996 was the year, during which Thomas for the first time was convicted for a one count felony of intentionally transmitting the HIV virus. In this case of 1996, out of the 15 years of imprisonment per count, he was ordered to serve a fixed or a minimum period of seven years.
Last year in the month of December, the poise of Boise found out that Thomas was having a sexual relationship with a woman, yet again.
Thomas, who was out on a parole, now faces the possibility of a life imprisonment as the persecutors have indicted new charges that seek to label him as a, “persistent violator.”
As of Thursday, whether he was in custody or not is not known as he was not listed online among the other inmates of the Ada County Jail.
The Boise police has provided with this number- 343-COPS for any information on Kerry Thomas.
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