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Why We All Need Guns-Rapist Caught-Tortured Victim For 19 Hours

 
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I only wish the original victim was armed.He slashed her eyelids and repeatedly raped her before setting her Apartment on fire. She needed a gun to blow this animal straight to hell!!
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'Not gonna let him get away'

Queens heroes nab rape suspect who was hiding, chilling & hassling women

BY WARREN WOODBERRY JR., XANA O'NEILL and ROBERT F. MOORE
DAILY NEWS WRITERS

Saturday, April 21st 2007, 4:00 AM


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Detectives take Robert Williams to central booking in Manhattan yesterday where he faced rape, robbery, burglary, arson and sex abuse charges.

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George Guadalupe, left, and Devin Dodson, who led the attack on the rape sicko Robert Williams when he tried to break into Dodson's aunt's apartment, celebrate outside the Queens home.

The vacant apartment in Hollis, Queens, where Robert Williams holed up after allegedly raping and torturing a Columbia University student in Hamilton Heights.

The mattress was among the few items found inside the apartment.
The accused rapist calmly ate potato chips and harassed women outside a Queens apartment building less than an hour before he was busted in connection with the brutal attack of a Columbia University graduate student.

But Robert Williams' days on the lam ended thanks to a group of courageous New Yorkers who pummeled him after they caught him breaking into an apartment, police and witnesses said.

"He tried to get away," said Devin Dodson, 20, who was inside his aunt's apartment when Williams, wielding a hammer, allegedly burst inside. "We weren't going to let him get away."

Dodson and at least three other young men rushed at Williams and punched him, sending the 30-year-old running from the Hollis apartment, Dodson said.

Fleeing the men, the ex-con fell down the stairs, then climbed to his feet and ran outside. But the men caught him and dragged him back to the building on Woodhull Ave., where cops arrested him a few minutes later.

"That got me kinda heated," Dodson said. "You're on my block. That don't go down like that over here."

Williams showed his violent side last night at his arraignment in the rape case.

Although handcuffed and shackled at the ankles, Williams pushed a court officer back on his heels and bumped him at the Manhattan Criminal Court proceeding.

No one was injured in the brief struggle, which ended when the officer managed to get a good grip on the suspect and held him until he calmed down.

Williams, 30, entered the courtroom clad in a leather jacket, a grimy T-shirt and jeans, and doubled over to hide his face. He was charged with kidnapping, arson, rape, attempted murder and burglary.

His lawyer, Uzmah Saghir, who was hired by his grandparents, told the judge Williams has so far "refused to speak to me."

When Williams, who is homeless, began to mumble loudly, Judge Abraham Clott told him, "You'll have a chance to speak at your trial."

"I don't have a chance anyway," Williams shot back and began mixing it up with the court officer.

He was ordered held without bail.

When he was arrested Thursday, Williams was dressed in a yellow poncho and carried screwdrivers, razor blades, a hammer and pliers, a police source said.

Investigators believe he had been hiding out in Hollis for several days after allegedly breaking into a vacant, second-floor apartment on Woodhull Ave.

A full-size mattress, a bag of flour and a can of powdered hot chocolate mix were among the few belongings inside the apartment yesterday. The previous tenant had moved out about two weeks ago, and the water and electricity were still on. The lock on the door had been broken.

The brave men who captured Williams didn't know until after the cops hauled him away that he was wanted in the April 13 attack on the 23-year-old aspiring journalist in Hamilton Heights.

The arresting officers realized Williams - who has spent much of his life behind bars - was the suspect after Sgt. Hugh Black examined a wanted poster inside the 103rd Precinct stationhouse.

"That's the guy," he announced after seeing scars on Williams' abdomen that were consistent with a description given by the rape victim. "He's the one in the picture."

The woman, who is scheduled to graduate next month from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, was in stable condition yesterday at an undisclosed hospital. Her injuries include scissor slashes on her eyelids, burns and liver damage sustained after the rapist forced her to swallow three bottles of over-the-counter painkillers.

During the 19 hours of torture, she was choked and raped repeatedly. He used computer cables to bind her wrists and tied her to a futon. He set the futon ablaze before leaving the apartment. The woman used the flames to loosen the restraints and escape.

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said a tipster later told police the attacker went by the nickname Pooh. Police scoured investigative files and matched the nickname to Williams - a key step toward naming him the prime suspect.

Cops showed the victim a sketch and a photograph of Williams, and she identified him as her attacker, police officials said yesterday. Police recovered DNA from the rape, but its analysis was still underway yesterday.

Williams had his first brush with the law in 1990 when he was accused at age 13 of robbing someone in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. At 16, he was arrested on murder charges in University Heights, the Bronx. The dispositions of the cases weren't available because he was charged as a juvenile.

On May 15, 1996, Williams tried to kill a man in Hamilton Heights while attempting to steal his platinum-and-diamond necklace. The victim, now a 41-year-old father of three, was shot in the back, chest and groin, records show.

"He grew up in the streets," the shooting victim told the Daily News. "He never had a job. He dealt some drugs, but robbery was his thing."

Williams was convicted of attempted murder and served eight years in prison, a span marked by a three-month stint in a psychiatric hospital and 28 prison infractions. State records show he threw feces at prison guards and beat up other inmates.

"We're relieved and thrilled that he was caught," said a classmate of the rape victim
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They actually grabbed the guy? Around here, if you grab the guy, you are no longer defending yourself and the cops charge _you_ with assault.
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04/21/2007 11:02 AM
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The NYPD wanted this mutt in a bad way. The mutt happened to pick the wrong house to break into. Nice job by the guys that caught him. They should get a nice reward for the effort.
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04/21/2007 11:16 AM
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Thank God they caught that scum bag.

Finally justice can be serve for the victim.
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slapping the door after it broke your finger doesnt heal the fracture

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