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Ben Berkstresser, the Webster County Prosecuting Attorney, is facing backlash after reducing the sentence of two Amish brothers who admitted to having sex with their younger sister over concerns they would be “eaten alive” in prison.

According to Webster County Citizen, 22-year-old Aaron and Petie, 18, Schwartz admitted to the police that they “had sex with their younger sisters several times” earlier this month. He was 12 and 13 years old at the time of the abuse.

Berkstresser dropped six charges of legal rape and one incest to third-degree child molestation, a class C crime. The Webster County Citizen said the original plea deal, which was sentenced to 15 years in prison for fear that the prosecutor would not survive the state prison system, was also suspended.

“These two young men would have been eaten alive,” Berkstresser told the newspaper.

The Webster County Citizen said, “The brothers were sentenced to 10 years in prison at the Missouri Corrections Department (DOC) from the first count and five years DOC on the second charge, and in both cases they suspended the execution of the sentence. ”

The Webster County Citizen stated that both siblings will be detained for five years and must complete the Missouri Sexual Offender Treatment Program (MOSOP) by September 8 next year.

On Thursday, after Berkstresser alleged that the Schwartz brothers had violated the terms of “by contacting the victim of the crime after signing the sex offender control agreement banning contact with the victim”, Schwartz tried to revoke the siblings’ probation. The leader reported.

The newsletter added that the breach occurred “while the victim was at home”.

Neither Aaron nor Petie are currently under custody, according to Springfield News-Leader, referring to a Webster County Sheriff’s Office representative.

A petition requesting the prosecutor’s immediate resignation was created by a person named Sam Duffy and addressed US Senator Bernie Sanders and others.

In the petition seeking 5,000 signatures, he writes that Berkstresser’s decision surrounding the Amish brothers “was a mockery of our judicial system:

Last week, the victim’s siblings pleaded guilty, 22-year-old AARON CM SCWARTZ and 18-year-old PETIE CM SCHWARTZ were detained from Attorney General Ben Berkstresser and received 100 hours of community service. This sentence is not only a mockery of our judicial system and a slap against the community, but the victim will have to live with a long list of shame, guilt, church judgment, depression and unknown traumas.

The petition has collected more than 3,000 signatures so far.

Berkstresser served almost six years as a prosecution lawyer for Webster County, starting January 2015, according to LinkedIn.

Previously, he worked as a “Member / Attorney” at Replogle and Berkstresser, LLC from November 2006 to December 2014, his page continues and he has been a lawyer for two years and 10 months at Hosmer King & Royce, LLC.

Berkstresser stated that he received his Juris Doctor degree from Tulsa Law School in 2001 and his undergraduate degree from Missouri State University in 1998.

Berkstresser “grew up in a family dairy in a Christian household”, according to his official prosecutor’s background.

The website describes him as “not your typical lawyer,” claiming to “understand the meaning of business ethics and traditional American values”.

Berkstresser emphasizes that he wants criminals to “know that they will not get away with hurting others” and that residents can rely on him to protect their rights. His biography continues.

According to the prosecutor’s lawyer biography, Berkstresser shares two young children: Henry, 6, and Sawyer, 3, with his 14-year-old wife, Melissa.

“Family matters,” he says on his website.

He also claims that they “own” their houses, so “property rights are important”.