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US correspondent GregMilamSky. A convicted sex offender who claims he has killed three boys and molested is being chased by protesters across California in a bizarre game of cat-and-mouse after being released from a psychiatric hospital. Prosecutors have warned residents they believe year-old Cary Jay Smith remains a "dangerous predator" after more than 20 years in custody.
During court hearings, Smith repeatedly testified that he fantasises about raping young boys and then killing them to avoid detection. Cary Smith has checked into a Facility in the area of Tustin and Chapman. We immediately set up a surveillance detail and we have consistently monitored Smith since he arrived in Orange. Since his release from hospital 10 days ago, police in more than half a dozen cities in California have posted warnings to their communities about his whereabouts.
Officers were called to one motel to escort him to safety after protesters surrounded the building. Smith was sent to a psychiatric hospital in after his wife provided a letter in which he had described sex acts he wanted to perform on a seven-year-old boy.
Evaluations found that he poses a "demonstrated danger of inflicting substantial physical harm" to children. He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour charge involving and was required to register as a sex offender, but that requirement was removed in SDSheriff is monitoring a sex offender released by Coalinga State Hospital two weeks ago to ensure the safety of our communities.
He's moved around Orange and Riverside Counties since his release. While detained in hospital, Smith was entitled to a civil trial every six months to show that he no longer posed a danger to society.
It was during one of those hearings that he claimed he had killed three boys and molested dozens. It is not clear if the claim has ever been substantiated. Watch Live. Fill 2 Copy 11 Created with Sketch.
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