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Infertile Mother Encourages Her Husband To Rape Daughter For More Children

A mother with infertility issues persuaded her husband to rape their daughter in an attempt to have a second child. The infertile mother, 33-year-old Misty Machinshok, has been charged with a slew of crimes and will be imprisoned for 15 to 30 years. Among other reprehensible acts, the mother tried ‘coaching’ her husband and daughter on the best way to get a girl pregnant, telling them which positions were better to conceive. The Daily Mail also reports that Machinshok – who lives in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania – stayed with her daughter and her husband “for the first few times,” holding her 15-year-old child’s hand while she was raped by her husband. At this stage, it remains unclear what caused Machinshok’s infertility.

If Machinshok’s daughter, who remains anonymous at this time, became pregnant, this shameful excuse for a mother planned to inform her friends and family that the young girl had gotten pregnant after a drunken misadventure at a local house party.

The man who raped Machinshok’s daughter, a 29-year-old man named Gary, first met his wife via a dubious online ‘dating’ site named onlinebootycall.com. Gary Machinshok’s sentencing will be carried out this month and he has already pleaded ‘no contest’ to the accusation that he raped his daughter “every few days” over the course of a year.

During the police and family services investigation, it was also discovered that Machinshok’s other daughter, an 11-year-old girl, was also sexually abused by the husband-and-wife predators. When pressed, Gary Machinshok admitted that he had sexually assaulted the young teenager. However, as police could not find enough evidence to pursue this charge, they leveraged Gary into signing a deal where he pleads guilty but is only charged for abusing the 15-year-old girl.

The serving prosecutor, Nancy Violi, regards this case as “the most heinous” she has ever heard of in her 14 years as a prosecutor. Violi also shed some light on how the horrific case of sexual abuse was discovered, revealing that a student at the 15-year-old girl’s school informed a teacher of what was happening. The teacher promptly called the local police department, which immediately dispatched officers to apprehend Mr. and Mrs. Machinshok.

Both of the young girls have been placed in foster care and family services wish to minimize their exposure to the horrifying case and court proceedings. Earlier this year, Machinshok herself was sentenced to a long prison term after she pleaded guilty to several disgusting charges, including rape, aggravated assault, conspiracy, and child endangerment.

At the time, Mary Deady, Machinshok’s defense attorney, told the court that the disturbed mother had made “a lot of bad decisions,” but was trying to atone for her mistakes by pleading guilty so she could “protect her daughter from having to testify.”

According to a report from the Inquisitr, Machinshok’s father, Bill Englert, also attempted to defend the couple, saying that his daughter’s actions had been sensationalized and “over-emphasized’ by the prosecution. However, online commentators have condemned Englert’s statements. “And the kids grandfather defends the rapists. The depravity in this country is running rampant since the government started removing morality,” said ‘Ba DeMonte’ on the Daily Mail.

Source: Daily Mail, HuffPost
Photo: Citizens Voice

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