False Accuser Fraud Rachel Erin Soderblom Jailed For Lying About Fake Rape To Cover Up Consensual Rendezvous At Motel
The police came to his home at 3 a.m. They arrested him in front of his young son.
They told him the charge was first-degree criminal sexual conduct, an offence that could send him to prison for far longer than it would take his son to graduate from high school.
Decades could pass.
He opened his eyes wide. “What?” He recalls of his reaction.
It wasn’t until later, after his arraignment, that he pieced it all together. A woman he said he had met for consensual sex at a motel was falsely accusing him of rape, and he was powerless, wrongfully jailed on one of society’s most abhorred crimes.
If not for an attorney who listened, a detective who immediately checked his story and a prosecutor’s office willing to dismiss his case, he believes he might still be there.
The innocent man she wrongly accused is back home with his family. He has returned to work. He is refocused, changed. “I’m trying to get over it,” he said one night while sitting at a table with his wife, who was supportive despite the infidelities Soderblom’s case revealed.
He knew Soderblom from a McDonald’s restaurant, where she had worked as a manager. They agreed to meet. They had sex, he said. “The only thing I was wrong for was cheating on my wife,” said the man, who wanted to remain anonymous. He is worried about his reputation and his employment.
Investigator Merritt took the information he had gathered back to Soderblom. She at first maintained versions of her original claim. Instead of taking opportunities to tell the truth, “she continued to fabricate more and layers to the story,” Merritt wrote.
The reasons for her alleged lies were not clear. Then living with her partner and girlfriend, she told Merritt she “went to a point where she never has before,” meaning sex with a man, Merritt wrote in his report. She said she generated the idea of a sexual assault because there had been a recent break-in in her neighbourhood. She figured no one would question an attack and authorities would never make an arrest, the police report states.
When confronted, Soderblom continued to lie about what happened, according to a police report, but she eventually conceded she fabricated the rape.
Jackson County Circuit Judge Thomas Wilson sentenced Soderblom to 100 days in jail and 2 1/2 years of probation for falsely reporting a felony, a crime that sent an innocent man to jail for 16 days. Thirty days was recommended by the department that examined her history and the details of her offence; the judge found this insufficient, Berkemeier said.
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