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14 years prison for teen rapist: 'The public wants me to see you as a boy, but I do not'

14 years prison for teen rapist: 'The public wants me to see you as a boy, but I do not' »Play Video
Eugene Police cordon off a section of the sidewalk along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to investigate a rape reported Saturday, Sept. 13 2014. Photo by Tristan Fortsch.

The teen who abducted and raped a woman near Autzen Stadium last fall will spend more than 14 years in prison for his crime.

Judge Debra Vogt sentenced 17-year-old Jaime Tinoco to 170 months in prison for the September attack. Tinoco pleaded guilty last week to rape, kidnapping and assault.

Tinoco smiled during sentencing proceedings on Monday, including testimony from the victim.

When the judge asked him why, he said he didn't know.

Mission Incredible: Tom Cruise clings to a plane mid-flight

Mission Incredible: Tom Cruise clings to a plane mid-flight »Play Video
Tom Cruise is known as an actor who likes to do his own stunts. But the new trailer for his next movie just came out and fans will say it qualifies as mission incredible. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on his latest do-it-yourself stunt.

'I'm the tree hugger. She's got the gun': Friends plan to hike Pacific Crest Trail

'I'm the tree hugger. She's got the gun': Friends plan to hike Pacific Crest Trail »Play Video
Susannah Garza (left) and Linda Zahl of St. Helens, Oregon train for a planned trek along the Pacific Crest Trail this summer.

Since the film's release, the PCT has picked up in popularity. Now, two St. Helens, Oregon women are about to embark on a trail trek that sounds a lot like a sequel. Thing is, they haven't even seen the movie.