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A sicko school teacher who fed her students with cupcakes laced with the sperm of her police officer husband has been jailed for 100 years.
Members of the court were so shocked by the actions and vile sexual offences of the SWAT member Dennis Perkins and his wife Cynthia Perkins that a judge has made sure he will never walk free.
The trial in Louisiana, United States, saw Dennis admit to charges of rape, child pornography, sexual battery and video voyeurism charges.
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Perkins, who apologised for his crimes in court, will serve a century in prison, while his wife Cynthia, who pleaded guilty to a slate of 150 charges, was sentenced to 41 years in prison last year.
Their sick crimes were spoken of by Attorney General Jeff Landy, who said: "This is a case that really shook Livingston Parish. This involved a teacher, it involved a law enforcement officer things that really shake the community."
Cynthia, 36, a now disgraced teacher, will spend decades behind bars for her part in the horrific crimes against children, admitting to serving the students with sperm-laced cupcakes.
Said cupcakes had Dennis' sperm in them, with Cynthia agreeing to a plea deal and testifying against her former husband.
She was sentenced to 41 years with hard labour and without parole after pleading guilty to second-degree rape, production of child pornography and conspiracy to mingle harmful substances.
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The junior high school English teacher had resigned after a raid on her and Dennis' home, while Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office immediately fired Dennis at the time.
Dennis had been a special operations lieutenant before investigators found horrifying hidden cameras hidden in their attic and bathroom.
The couple are said to have raped a child between the ages of 9 and 10.
Another woman, Melanie Curtain, was also involved in the case and sentenced to life in prison without parole in March last year.
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