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He served seven years and on release, he lived as a law-abiding citizen for a year and a half, but then his desire took over once more. In January 1994, Dupas attacked a twenty-six-year-old woman who was vacationing with her fiance at a house near Lake Eppalock in northern Victoria. As with his earlier rapes, he followed his victim into the public bathroom and, while wearing a ski mask and wielding a knife, attempted a rape. Again, he was unsuccessful, and soon the police apprehended him. This time, however, they found something more disturbing.
13 HOME SWEET HOME William ‘‘Hank’’ Dufort was fixated on teenage boys. Between 1987 and 1989, he committed twenty-eight counts of sodomy, sexual abuse, and contributing to the sexual delinquency of a minor. All the while, he was serving as the director of the Children’s Farm Home, a residential care facility in Corvallis, Oregon, for emotionally disturbed children. Exploiting his position, Dufort sexually abused six boys, ranging in age from twelve to seventeen. In fact, he admitted to sexually molesting and abusing dozens of boys during his tenure at the institution.
When they searched Dupas, the police found a roll of PVC insulation tape, a pair of handcuffs, knives, and condoms, as well as a sheet of Addiction and the Cycle of Sexual Violence 31 plastic and a shovel in his car. It was clear that his intent was to capture, rape, and torture, and eventually kill his victim—an acceleration of his already brutal pattern of sexual assault. After pleading guilty to the charge of false imprisonment, he received a sentence of three years and nine months, with a minimum of two years and nine months to be served.