(AP) Los Angeles - A convicted child molester got 20 years in prison for seducing two 13-year-old girls by telling them he was a space alien recruiting them for a utopian society in another galaxy.
Barry A. Briskman, 59, of suburban North Hollywood is already serving ten years in Nevada for using the same ruse to seduce a 12-year-old runaway, said Deputy District Attorney Steven J. Ipsen.
Briskman claimed to be an alien from the planet Cablell, recruiting girls for a female-dominated utopian society.
But first, he told the victims, they had to double their IQs and break down their "sub-cons," or subconcious intelligence barriers.
"It began with strip poker to break down our sub-cons," one victim recalled. Later, she said, they had intercourse so he could inject the earth girls with "IRFs," immunities to ward off space diseases.
Another victim, now 18, called Briskman's actions "mental rape."
"I don't feel like I was the smartest of people for going along," the woman told Superior Court Judge Kathryne Ann Stoltz Friday before Stoltz sentenced Briskman. "He led me to believe many, many things. I wanted to believe them."
Original file name: CNI - Alien Child Molester
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