Guam – A convicted rapist will not be able to dodge paying restitution to his victim as the court has denied his request.
Raymond Tedtaotao Camacho was convicted for the abduction and rape of Monique Baza from the Crown Bakery parking lot back in 2012 and is serving ten years in prison.
In November of last year, he asked the court to waive the restitution asked of him which was the cost of a wedding ring never recovered.
In court proceedings the government stated that the request for restitution was not about money but instead to hold Camacho accountable for his actions.
However, Camacho argued that he does not have the means to pay the restitution which amounts to just $750 dollars.
This week the court ruled on the motion denying the waiver, further ordering the restitution as a condition of his parole.