CBS 8 reports that Thomas Guerra, a 29-year-old homosexual landscape artist from San Diego, who also goes by Ashton Chavez, has, for some reason, set out to infect as many people as possible with the HIV virus. He’s been accused of intentionally infecting at least 24 men, wow.
One of the victims provided San Diego investigators with hundreds of texts from Guerra bragging to friends about giving other men HIV after having sex with them, saying he was happy to have shared his “positive load.”
Wilfully exposing oneself as an infectious individual is only a misdemeanor in California, so Guerra’s maximum sentence would only be up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
The unnamed man, who revealed Guerra’s maliciousness, however, hopes the hundreds of texts will up the charge to a felony punishable by up to eight years in prison.
He had been dating Guerra for a year and only found out his ex was HIV-positive when a Facebook user he had never met messaged him, saying he also had dated Guerra.
The text messages were discovered shortly after. He told 10News,
“His weapon is using his body to infect these people. Why? I don’t know why he’s doing this. He’s forever changing these people’s lives and these people have no clue what’s happening to them.”
The accuser received the Facebook message hours before he was planning on proposing to Guerra. He told CBS 8,
“This is someone that I loved, I’ve loved his family, I’ve spent multiple holidays with his family, he’s been home with me to my family. This is someone that I intended to spend the rest of my life with.”
Guerra will appear in court next Tuesday.
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