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article imageSerial rapist's possible release raises concerns among residents

By Owen Weldon     Oct 27, 2013 in World
Los Angeles - Government officials and residents of a northern Los Angeles County are not happy that a serial rapist may be released into their community.
According to Mercury News, Christopher Hubbart, 62, has been linked to dozens of attacks on women, and now he might be moving into a single-family home in Lake Los Angeles.
According to LA Times, a spokesman from Palmdale, the city where Lake Los Angeles is near, said that they were taking Hubbart, who isn't even from there and has a horrific criminal record, and they are just dumping him there, and that is not right.
According to KTLA, on Friday a judge chose Lake Los Angeles as the place where Hubbart would live after he is released from Coalinga State Hospital.
The public has the chance to comment on the ruling, but they have until the end of November to do so, and then on December 4. Judge Gilbert Brown will re-review the decision.
Hubbart has admitted to sexually assaulting women between 1971 and 1982, and in the past he has been released from prison on numerous occasions, but was sent back to prison for assaulting more victims.
The date of Hubbart's release has not been announced.
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