What’s ahead for Big Al Cutaia, convicted child molester of little girl?

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Alfonso ‘Big Al’ Cutaia had a sudden change of lifestyle after he was arrested for sexually molesting a 10 year old girl about a year ago. He was biker. His moniker was ‘Thunder. Everyone called him ‘Big Al.”

Earlier this month, Judge Matt Murphy sentenced him to 25 years to life in prison after a jury of six men and six women found him guilty of abusing the little girl for three years, from the time she was seven,

Ahead of Big Al is a steel, razor wire, and a concrete house.

He will be locked in a cell. At the bottom of the prison barrel is the spineless sex offender.

Of burglars, embezzlers, arsonists, robbers, blackmailers, extortionists, murderers, even those who sell drugs to the young, a sex offender is in prison considered the lowest scum.

The prisoners abhor him. And the guards are his enemies. Every prison official, all staff, all inmates are enemies.  Don’t make eye contact and they’ll leave you alone. He can come out of his cell to the prison chapel and carry his Bible, but his days of making little girls promises to keep secrets are gone.

Tranquilizers, sex-offender treatment, confess your crime, behavior modification, prison psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors. Medication is what is ahead.


No more leather vest, or moniker patch; he will never be alone with a child again for as long as he lives and quite as likely never ride the open road.

Ahead for Big Al is an orange jump suit and a number. He will eat when he’s told and sleep when he can.

On the outside, there are at some children who won’t likely forget when they see a bike or a leather jacket and remember the promise of candy, or a summer bike ride with Big Al, then the hairy hands and putrid breath and the dark room.

People saw Big Al at so many bike gatherings for charity that he was almost a fixture on his bike, oftentimes with a child riding in the back. But Big Al saw a fork in the road and jumped the wrong way. If we see him again, decades from now, he will be a pale, old, broken man.

Judge Murphy sentenced him to 25 years to life which means he will be released either when he is bent or dead.


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  1. I am deeply offend by your comments regarding “BIG AL”. I have always thought that a newspaper was supposed to report “NEWS” without personal bias or opinion. Both articles are very opinionated as to his character and biker lifestyle. I’ve known Al over 9 years…did I know of his weakness…NO! Do I know the people involved, YES! Are they ALL hurting…YES! 12 People heard the evidence and said he was GUILTY…an HONEST and HONERABLE JUDGE passed a sentence of 25 years to life. There will come a time when he will stand before THE GREAT JUDGE for his decision. Till then remember Al has children in the NF school district,a Mother and Sister in the area…do they need to read about what YOU think might happen to him in prison. Get bent or killed? Do his kids want to go to school and get razzed by their fellow students because of your descriptive articles about their Dad. PLEASE STICK TO REPORTING THE NEWS! Don’t be the Washington Post or The New York Time.. Be the NF Reporter and give us REAL news without DRAMA.And check your source (I know who he is)

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