However the court heard Stayt still denies committing the 2006 offence and is going to appeal against his conviction.
Judge Stephen Scott described the attack as "very serious" saying it involved "digital penetration of a child, who was not known to Stayt"."It is likely to have a long term effect on her."Judge Scott said he had to impose a sentence that deterred others, saying "sexual offending against children in our community continues to be alarmingly prevalent".
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There, the water gets further treatment before being distributed to water customers across North Jersey.
Another pipe, 17 miles long, sends some of the river water and effluent to the Oradell Reservoir, where it receives further treatment to become drinking water for 800,000 residents in Bergen and Hudson counties.“I’m a huge fan of reuse – taking the water we already have and making it go farther,” said Robert Glennon, a water policy expert at the University of Arizona College of Law and author of “Unquenchable: America’s Water Crisis and What to Do About It.” “We reuse water all the time."We’re drinking the same water the dinosaurs drank.”The water's circle of life comes amid growing concerns about North Jersey's drinking water supply.
It's not as unusual -- or repulsive -- as it may sound, and it could be critical for maintaining North Jersey's water supply.After treatment, the sewage becomes clear, clean effluent, and is released into the river, mixing with the river flow for about 1,500 feet.Then some of it gets sucked into a pump station, which shoots the mixture of river water and effluent through a pipe for 11 miles to help refill the Wanaque Reservoir.But he, like several other people on the pier that day, agreed to chat with the host about his poop.Although most people look a little uncomfortable with the topic at first, some of them seemed to get into it by the end."I don't shy away from talking about taboo topics, and talking about number two, isn't any different," Williams said in a statement shared with Refinery29.