"DPP bid to have rapist Alton John Samson declared a dangerous sex offender fails" (3-6-2014) Prosecutors have failed in a bid to have a 26-year-old WA man, convicted of brutally raping a five-year-old girl, listed as a dangerous sex offender.Alton John Samson was serving the final stages of a seven-year jail term and was due for release on May 22 when the Director of Public Prosecutions filed an application on May 9.He pulled her into bush in Old Broome and assaulted her, leaving the 28 year old with extensive cuts and bruises.Samit was yesterday sentenced to six years and eight months in jail.Police have applied for him to be registered as a dangerous sex offender, in light of his prior convictions for similar sex assaults.3-6-2014 - Alton John Samson is serving the final stages of a 7 year jail term (is an involuntary patient at Graylands Hospital)and was due for release on May 22 - Prosecutors have failed in a bid to have a 26-year-old WA man, convicted of brutally raping a five-year-old girl, listed as a dangerous sex offender.
"It was a frightening and demeaning experience for the young victim, who no longer feels able to travel on public transport by herself," Chief Judge Peter Martino said.
Pleaded guilty to 1 count of deprivation of liberty- 3 counts of aggravated indecent assault-1 count of aggravated sexual penetration without consent.
Also sentenced for stalking a woman between November 2008 and April 2009 and some driving offences/ breaching suspended sentence.
Security camera footage shows how Sachman stalked the girl, who had been shopping south of Perth, after he boarded a train at Bull Creek.
Sachman was filmed following the teenager when she left the train at Greenwood station.
In addition to the already legislated Registry requirements, effective July 1, 2007, offenders will be required to provide their palm prints, vehicle registration information for all vehicles owned by the registrant, and the electronic mail address information, any instant message, chat or other Internet communication name or identity information that the offender uses or intends to use, whether within or outside of the Commonwealth, the offender will be required to register and re-register this information in person or electronically with the local law enforcement agency where his residence is located.