Convicted child sex offender given 20 year sentence

A Wisconsin court has handed Hayehe:s Matthew Joseph Myke a 20 year sentence after being found guilty of repeatedly sexually assaulting a child.

On September 4, Myke was sentenced by Wisconsin Justice John P. Zakowski to 10 years in state prison along with an additional 10 years in extended supervision. He must complete 1000 hours of community service and can have no contact with the victim or anyone under the age of 18.

Myke was also ordered to undergo a sex offender treatment evaluation and must submit a DNA sample to the Sex Offender Registry Program. Myke has served as a faithkeeper at Sour Springs Longhouse on Six Nations.

On January 23, a Wisconsin court found Hayehe:s Matthew Joseph Myke, 35, guilty of Repeated Sexual Assault of Same Child (At Least 3 Violations of 1st or 2nd Degree Sexual Assault). The sentencing was originally slated for March of this year but was delayed to September due to pandemic restrictions in place across the state.

According to the Wisconsin State Court, Myke has filed an intent to appeal his sentence.

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  1. All the people who wrote letters of support and stand up in lodge to support rape culture are doing a detriment to the future of our communities..what a sad desperate heart goes out the victims and others he has harmed. This behaviour sadly is most likely been happening for along time and people need to,listen to the voices of the victims and youth. We cry over the loss of youth to drugs and addictions,,, this is a huge reason why many make those choices …hurt and pain

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