Kenneth Shatzer Molested His Friend's Daughter

shatzer.jpgThere’s just certain things that you don’t do to your friends. You try not to borrow money from them, you don’t discuss politics with them often unless it’s extremely clear that they either agree with me or enjoy a good argument, and you assuredly don’t molest their children. Apparently Kenneth Shatzer must have missed the day on friendship rules because back on the 1st of November he spent the night at a friend’s house and molested his 13-year-old daughter while she was sleeping.

The girl told her father who amazingly enough didn’t kill Shatzer. Instead he confronted his friend, who denied ever having touched the girl. A few days later the father heard from a mutual friend that Shatzer had admitted to molesting her and then he received a letter from Kenneth Shatzer apologizing for his behavior. Apology not accepted, scumbag.

The father did the right thing. He called law enforcement on November 5th. When they showed up at the slimeball’s house they found that he was also in possession of child porn and marijuana. All together Kenneth Shatzer has been arrested on one count of Child Molestation, five counts of Possession of Sex Images involving Minor Children and a count of Possession of Marijuana. He’s sitting at the Prescott Detention center on $50,000 bond and is due to appear in court later on this week. 

3 throughts on "Kenneth Shatzer Molested His Friend's Daughter"

  1. One thing I find particularly disturbing about this story is that the father didn’t turn him in immediately. Why didn’t he believe his daughter when she told him that this monster had molested her? Did he have some reason not to believe her? Hope she gets some help and that her Dad has more trust in her in the future.

  2. I was wondering the same thing. There was a four day span (actually three as it happened the night of the 1st/morning of the 2nd) between the time she told him and when he actually contacted the police.

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