'Pillowcase Rapist' Released, Moved Into California House

Residents from the Lake Los Angeles community are protesting the release of Christopher Hubbart.
1:19 | 07/10/14

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They're -- -- yeah. -- known as the pillowcase rapist after admitting to reaping at least forty women in the seventies and eighties was released today and remained at this small house under 24 hour supervision. And comfortable with him coming because of his track record shared Dugard -- says she herself is a survivor of sexual assault and -- arrival has caused her childhood trauma to resurface. Handing him past -- -- really been happening tells them she's not alone. John Perry owner of cents -- protective services the company contract to keep watch over -- could barely conduct a press conference today interrupted repeatedly by demonstrators. He will not be integrated into our community we won't allow it. And aren't here he needs to tell he's. -- -- Zealous community citizens which are to be commended I just hope they let us do our job and keep you guys say. Local citizens would rather Hubbard is simply take -- elsewhere to be quite frank with you. Our community feels like we're convenient. And that we don't believe that that should have been part of the decision making process we will be here day and night and taken turns to make sure that he is as uncomfortable as we -- hit for him being here. For how long. For however long it takes.

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