Sean L. Sykes
After spending five years in the slammer for knowingly infecting women with HIV, Mr. Sykes was sentenced to life in prison for doing it again once he was released.
Mr. Sean Sykes has exposed at least eight women to his HIV virus and three of those women have tested positive for it after their encounters with him.
With his conviction in 1997 for knowingly exposing someone to HIV, he was given the maximum sentence of 10 years.
Sean Sykes was paroled, of course, in 2003.
A 29-year-old woman who contracted HIV in the mid-1990s after having sex with Sean Sykes testified at the sentencing hearing that her life had been destroyed by the virus.
The mother of two children – neither of whom has tested positive for the disease – said doctors have given her about two years to live.
Is Sean Sykes going to Hell?
- Yes (84%, 71 Votes)
- No (16%, 14 Votes)
Total Voters: 85
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