Yesterday, a judge sentenced three men involved in a horrific rape and robbery to over 150 years in prison. Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Albert Tomei was so troubled by the crimes, which included the rape of three women—a woman, her 17-year-old daughter and a teenage family friend—that he said to the man who was convicted of the rapes, Glendon Jackson, "Somebody wrote a book, Dante Alighieri, where he ranked the crimes and this has to be one of the worst crimes and you have to be one of the worst offenders," and sentenced him to 260 years.

In August 2007, a group of Bloods members broke into a Crown Heights home where drugs were packaged, pistol-whipping a 41-year-old man and his two teen sons before tying them up and raping the three women. According to the Daily News, Jackson forced a 5-year-old girl to watch as he raped her mother and sister, prompting to the girl to yell, "Don't hurt my mommy, don't hurt my sissy, I need them." Justice Tomei said to Jackson, "You do have a mother who gave birth to you and certainly you would never want your mother subjected to what you did. I don't know where you fit in society, Mr. Jackson. I don't know how you're wired."

Deshawn Owens was found guilty of robbery and sentenced to 150 years while Justin Harris was convicted of sexual abuse and robbery and received 192 years. Owens allegedly told Harris and Jackson during the incident, "We didn't come here for that -- what you doing?" Harris said yesterday, "I can't be remorseful for something I never committed."