Could this be happening? A man’s nightmare made real – Louis Gonzalez III stood accused of unspeakable acts: kidnapping, torture, sexual…

By Christopher Goffard, Los Angeles Times – He kept thinking that there had been a mistake, that he’d be out in no time. That the system, set into motion by some misunderstanding or act of malice, would soon correct itself. That was before the detective informed him of the charges, and before the article in the Ventura County Star. “Man held after woman found raped and tortured,” read the headline, and there was his name, along with a quote from a police officer: “In 19 years of police work, this has to go down as one of the most brutal attacks I have ever seen.” [Full story: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/crime/la-me-accused-20110626,0,2883556.full.story ]

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