Teen in USA raped his own mother


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Date: 10/28/06
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A man raped his mother, what kind of generation are we living with?

The following text is from the CNN News. Police say a teen admitted to raping his mother. WAFF's Rachel Hardmon reports. Viewer discretion is advised. (October 29)

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Teen Arrested for Raping His Mother

Oct 28, 2006 12:36 PM CDT

Albertville, Ala. -- Police say a Marshall County teen raped his mother to get revenge on his brother.

Police say 19-year-old (G- ary) (He- lms), Jr., raped his 45-year-old mother this past weekend at Willow Terrace Trailer Park on Doyle Drive in Albertville.

It's a twisted crime that police say Helms admits.

"From what we understand the rape stemmed from an argument between him and his brother. And apparently they were arguing over a girlfriend. And the rape was some sort of retaliation towards his brother," said Sgt. Jamie Smith of the Albertville Police Department.

It was unusual retaliation on an unsuspecting victim.

Authorities say (He- lms)' mother was apparently passed out drunk on the couch when the rape started.

"During the attack she did come to and recognize her attacker. (Reporter: As her son?) As her son," said Smith.

That's when, according to the police report, the mother "tried to get away, but he held her down until he was finished."

"It's totally sick is what it is," said Smith.

(He- lms) was arrested and charged with the 1st degree rape of his own mother.

Smith says it's hard to wrap your mind around.

"Shocked, shocked would be more a better way to describe it. That somebody would dip to the lows to do something of this nature. It's just pretty much a shock to the conscience of the general public," said Smith.

(He- lms) is being held in the Marshall County Jail on $100,000 bond.