A former state lawmaker and one of two foster daughters he was convicted of raping under the ruse of harvesting their eggs have settled a federal lawsuit.
Ted Klaudt was convicted in Pierre on four counts of second-degree rape involving the two children at his hotel suite in 2005 and 2006. He pleaded guilty to two counts of witness tampering after the trial to avoid a second trial on charges he raped the same girls in his home in Walker.
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The girls lived in Klaudt's home as part of a program that provides foster care for young people who have no safe home to return to after completing time in juvenile reform programs.
The Associated Press has a policy of not naming sexual assault victims.
Does the AssPress also have a policy of not identifying the political party to which a convicted ex-legislator belonged?