G-otcha™: A Gilmer County Man Behind Bars for Abusing a Young Girl
Imprisonment Status: Pre-Trial Felon
||Hacker, Robert Lee
||Central Regional Jail
Offender Court Order Information
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||GILMER COUNTY - Bail Amount: $100,000.00
||GILMER COUNTY - Bail Amount: $0.00
||GILMER COUNTY - Bail Amount: $500.00
|According to a criminal complaint filed with Gilmer County Magistrate Judge Carol Wolfe Hacker, age 48, gave a young girl an alcoholic drink on Saturday, June 30, 2012.
Hacker is accused of: 1) touching a young girl several times, 2) texting and calling her.
Hacker kept doing it about 100 times, even after the young girl asked him to stop.
The GFP is the only local news outlet to inform us of arrests and this type of news, so we should all be grateful for that. However, I have to question why this man is perceived as completely guilty out of the gate and I am surprised to see a 100,000 dollar bail and I question for which charge is that amount on. Touching the girl? ..For that is not specific to what the alleged crime is?
I notice the GSC students arrested for violent sexual assault, and situations that led to the victim being physically hurt, raped, molested, and hospitalized rarely have high bails, and these people the prosecutor Hough considers innocent enough to act as their defense counsel instead of doing his job.
Did this man molest a girl, how was she touched? Was she under age, for what does “Young” mean.
Who is to say this “Young Girl” is not stretching the situation a bit, for she obviously accepted the alcoholic beverage. Is she not of drinking age?
Given the facts available, this man seems more disturbed mentally, than actually a situation in which it was a brutal sexual assault. Because brutal sexual assault, historically, and according to documented history, seems to bring NO PUNISHMENT AT ALL if it occurred in Glenville.
Comment by Concerned Citizen on 07.07.2012
We need to be careful. These are young ladies who were scared to come forward. These young women need our TOTAL support. They are the victims!
Comment by Concerned Parent on 07.07.2012
To concerned….if you want to know the particulars, go to the court and ask to see the complaint..it is public, but the name of the JUVENILE or teen who was not of legal age to drink will be deleted or blacked out because it has to be. And I am sure it was more than “touching,“ but applaud Gilmer Free Press for being decent and restrained with the description. And maybe, stuff is still under investigation….might be why the bond is high.
Many things go into determining bond amount…previous charges, how long they have lived here, the seriousness of the charges, circumstance of the complaint or alleged incident, etc.
Comment by anonymous on 07.07.2012
This man is NOT mentally disturbed…he knew full well what he was doing to these young girls. This isn’t his first ‘rodeo’. Someone just FINALLY had the nerve to come forward!!! Yes, you should go the the courthouse and look at the complaint…Mr. Ramezan was extremely conservative the way he described what happened! This is absolutely a sexual assult not just ‘touching’! It’s where he touched her and what she said he forced her to do to him. Get your facts straight before you make comments…apparently you don’t know Mr. Hacker. He’s been accused of this before but no complaints were filed. I applaud this young girl for for her courage…just wish his family members would’ve had the same and maybe this wouldn’t have gone on so long!!!
Comment by Concerned Citizen  on 07.08.2012
My point that I want to make is simple.
Phrophet is just one of many football players from GSC to be accused of RAPE - BRUTAL DAMAGING SEXUAL ASSAULT—and his bail was LOW and NOT $100,000.
He also had a past criminal history. Does this person have a criminal history that warrants such a high bail? Was the alleged crime of such significance?
Comment by Concerned Citizen on 07.08.2012
Dear Concerned Citizen: I too have concerns of the Judges rulings in some cases, but this is not one of them. We can’t change past rulings, but to say Mr. Hacker’s bond was to high compared to past bonds set in Gilmer County is unfair. Treat each case separately! Judges make mistakes also. They are human. Mr. Hacker’s case involved YOUNG children!! Not saying adults who have been raped is not as important, just saying these young children’s lives will never be the same. Mr. Hacker’s actions are horrific!! I can’t imagine what those young children must be thinking and going through. The embarrassment they are going to face in the future and from their peers, because believe me.. kids repeat what they hear their parents say. In my opinion..Mr. Hacker’s bond was way to low. I don’t think he should have had any bond. I think he should have to stay behind bars until the courts decide his future. I hope his future is ruined just like he ruined these children’s lives.
Comment by Concerned Citizen #2 on 07.11.2012
This man is not insane, he knew exactly what he was doing. He has been a menace to the citizens of the county for years, going way back to the incidents at the nursing homes, impersonmating a doctor, etc. The list could go on and on. He is warped and the young ladies he abused have displayed great courage to come forward and finally stop what he has been doing. Wonder what happenned in Arizona? That may be worth checking out, considering what he is facing now.
Comment by Worried Parent on 07.16.2012
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