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100-year-old sex offender to be freed from halfway house

By Sandy Sand     Dec 14, 2009 in Crime
Having completed his sentence for committing crimes against small girls, a centenarian is scheduled to be released from a halfway house in western New York.
Theodore Sypnier completed his latest prison sentence for molesting little girls, authorities said, and are warning that the 100-year-old’s release is “deceptively dangerous.”
According to the director of the halfway house where Sypniers has been residing since being released from prison after serving his latest term for child molestation, this is the second time he’s been assigned to the halfway house in Buffalo, New York.
The director’s name was not released, but Rev. Terry King of Grace House agreed with the director that Sypnier “hasn’t changed.”
King told the Associated Press that Sypnier has “an unrepentant heart.”
Even thought Sypnier pled guilty in a case involving the molestation of young sisters, he claims he is the victim of a miscarriage of justice.
The unnamed judge who sentenced Sypnier said she expected him to die in prison while serving his latest sentence.
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