Another Republican "Spends More Time With His Family"

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We've all heard it before. A politician leaves office with the announcement that they want to spend more time with the family.

In the case of Missouri Republican Scott Muschany, this apparently means so he can rape his mistresses' 14-year old daughter. Go GOP! You guys never cease to amaze the rest of us with your feats of sexual deviancy!

Missouri state Rep. Scott Muschany, R-Frontenac, was indicted today in connection with a reported sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl on May 17, the day after this year’s Legislative session ended.

The alleged victim is the daughter of a state employee. The girl’s mother and Muschany -– who is married and has two children -- were romantically involved, the woman said.

A Cole County grand jury returned an indictment today charging Muschany with the Class C felony of "deviate sexual assault." The indictment identifies the victim only by initials. It says that on May 17, Muschany "had deviate sexual intercourse" with the girl, "knowing that he did so without" her consent.

Muschany, 42, was booked into the Cole County Jail today at 2:50 and he was released after posting a $5,000 bond. If convicted, Muschany faces a fine of up to $5,000 and a prison term of up to 7 years.

Muschany surprised many in political circles by announcing in late May that he was not running again this November. At the time he said he wanted to spend more time with his family.

The investigation into the reported assault of the girl was spurred by a call to the state’s child abuse hotline, according to a May 27 Jefferson City police report. An investigator for the state Children’s Services department alerted the police department to a possible case of second-degree child molestation, the report says.





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