Depraved baby rapist is given special jail privileges because of his ‘human rights’

A guy who was sentenced to 19 years in prison for sexually abusing a two-year-old has been successful in proving that his human rights were violated.

Until the outcome of a discrimination action, Jason Daron Mizner received an interim Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) ruling that said he should not be housed in a cell with another prisoner.

Mizner, who is in his late 40s, is serving a sentence of 19 years at Brisbane’s Wolston prison for raping a two-year-old and videotaping the attack over a period of months.

Before being deported to Australia, he had already served 11 years in prison in Thailand for molesting another young girl.

However, he accused Queensland Corrective Services of prejudice after being sent to a two-man cell.

Following his stint in the Thai prison, Mizner alleges he now has post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and has “chronic emotional hyperarousal.”

The QCAT was informed that Mizner would experience a mental collapse if he shared a cell for longer than a few weeks.

He stated that when making choices, Corrective Services “failed to pay sufficient respect to his human rights.”

Mizner’s plea for a solitary cell was approved by a prison doctor due to his “chronic emotional hyperarousal, hypervigilance, and intrusive memories” that were “consistent with PTSD.”

According to the jail, Mizner was qualified for a shared cell and that only exceptional circumstances permitted convicts at Wolston Prison to get solitary cells.

Ann Fitzpatrick, a QCAT member, however, decided that Mizner had shown “a reasonable prospect of success in the case” and that the danger to his mental health could not be disregarded due to the prison’s overcrowding issues.

He is presently serving a 19-year prison term for committing a total of 65 child sex offenses against a two-year-old girl over the course of three months.

He was convicted guilty of recording the rape and more than 30 counts of rape.

In 2018, Mizner was given a minimum 15-year prison term. He was detained while on vacation in Thailand, where he became friends with the mother whose infant daughter he had begun to sexually harass as well.

In the meantime, the two-year-old’s mother discovered a bag containing his belongings at home. This includes footage of his assault as well as handwritten notes with the names of the kids and instructions on how to torture them.

He was transported to Australia after serving 11 years of a 35-year sentence in Thailand.

After being found guilty in Brisbane, Mizner was given a 19-year jail term in Australia, of which he must spend at least 15 years.

According to the Guardian, district court judge Leanne Clare stated at Mizner’s sentence in 2018 that she had delayed sentencing Mizner after watching the attacks’ footage because she found them to be so appalling.

She explained that she just viewed a part, but it has been difficult for her to get the image of his wrongdoing out of her thoughts. She can’t imagine how horrifying it must have been for the girl’s mom.

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