Target: John Smriga, Bridgeport, Connecticut State Attorney
Goal: Push for maximum penalty for man who allegedly raped teenager.
A teenage Sacred Heart University college student was allegedly raped by a 39-year-old man who she and her friends got a ride from, thinking he was an Uber driver. The man allegedly lured one of the women to his car, saying she left something, then forced her to take a pill that made her “compliant” before taking her to his home and forcing her to time him as he raped her. The rapist was reportedly driving the victim back to the college and told her he’d pay her, but she jumped out of the vehicle and hid.
Aside from the disgusting rape charges, Reid also reportedly has previous convictions for assault and murder. This dangerous criminal needs to be off the streets so that nobody else has to be hurt by him. Demand that he receive the most severe penalty possible if found guilty of raping this poor teenager.
Dear Mr. Smriga,
A teenager was reportedly raped by a man acting as an Uber driver. The rapist allegedly lured her to his car, drugged her, then forced her to time him with a stopwatch as he raped her. Alfonso Reid, the man accused in the horrific rape reportedly has previous convictions for assault and attempted murder.
This young girl could’ve been murdered by the rapist, who appears to be a highly dangerous person. We urge you to do everything possible to help make sure this rapist is given the most severe penalty allowed by law, if guilty.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Bridgeport Police