Teenager Faces Life In Prison For Killing Her Alleged Rapist And Sex Trafficker

Teenager Faces Life In Prison For Killing Her Alleged Rapist And Sex Trafficker Kenosha County Sheriff

A Wisconsin teenager faces life in prison after admitting to the killing of her alleged rapist and sex trafficker. Chrystul Kizer was 19 when she shot and killed 33-year-old Randy Volar in the city of Kenosha and set his house on fire. However, her supporters have called for the case against her to be dropped and for her to be released from prison as she is a victim, not a suspect.

Chrystul KizerKenosha County Sheriff

  1. Kizer said she was forced to continually have sex with Volar. At the time of the murder, Volar was out on bail on child sex abuse charges. Kizer said in a prison interview that not only was Volar forcing her to have sex with him regularly but that she was also being trafficked by him to other people. Her mother added that while prosecutors knew what Volar was capable of, they did nothing to stop his activities.
  2. Prosecutors say Kizer’s crime was more cold-blooded. District Attorney Michael Graveley claims that Kizer killed Volar so that she could steal his car and claimed that after Volar died, she went on Facebook Live and waved the gun around while bragging about shooting people who made her mad.
  3. Her supporters pulled together the cash to get her out on bail. Many of Kizer’s supporters started a fundraiser, ultimately raising the $400,000 bail to get her released from prison while she awaited trial. The cash was raised by community groups including the Chicago Community Bond Fund, the Chrystul Kizer Defence Committee, theĀ Milwaukee Freedom Fund, and Survived & Punished. A petition on Change.org calling for all charges to be dropped now has nearly 1.5 million signatures.
  4. Hopefully, she will ultimately be found not guilty. What happened to her is a travesty and no doubt it will stay with her for the rest of her life. Many would argue that she has suffered enough at the hands of Volar and shouldn’t be punished any further, certainly not with a life sentence in prison.
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