Georgia man gets life in prison for kidnapping, sexually assaulting 2 college students

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The two victims did not know Rounsaville, and while reports say that he threatened the victims’ lives with a gun, it had not been determined if he had a firearm in his possession at the time, Fox News reports.

“After trial, we strongly argued for life without parole. While he has a right to go to trial, he declined to take any responsibility, he declined to spare the victims the retraumatization of trial. So, I think it is very appropriate that he die in prison,” DA Cranford explained. “We see a lot of bad stuff, and this is in the top tier.”

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