He's behind bars and speaking out. A convicted sexual predator tells his distorted story of seduction, lies and rape. We spoke with a sex offender at the Harnett County Correctional Institution in Lillington, who we'll call "Joe." He says he felt entitled to his young step-daughter, who was 12 at the time he raped her. Now, in prison-based sex offender therapy, "Joe" has this message for all parents. "Watch their change. If you see a sudden change in behavior and attitudes, that may be a sign that you may want to question your children and ask them honestly how are things". "Joe" says he raped his step-daughter inside the family home for years. It wasn't until his victim spoke out, that he was charged and convicted of rape.
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