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Daughter of sex offender killed shares details of past

Posted at 6:46 PM, Jul 20, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-21 01:02:31-04

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — The daughter of Omaha sex offender Mattieo Condoluci, who was killed in May, is speaking out about the years of abuse she endured from her father.

Amanda Henry says she was molested by her father as a child.

We spoke with her shortly after she'd learned of her father's death, but in a recent interview with Court TV, Henry says she was terrified of her father.

In May, Henry told us she didn't have any ill will toward James Fairbanks, the man who has been charged with her father's murder.

Condoluci was found dead inside his home near 43rd and Pinkney in mid-May.

Prosecutors say Fairbanks sent an anonymous email to all local media -- including KMTV -- confessing to killing Condoluci.

In his letter, Fairbanks says he learned of Condoluci's past and couldn't let him victimize any more children.

Henry, who tells us she hadn't spoken to her dad since the last time he was arrested for child molestation in 2006, says she was terrified of her father.

"I've had to live in fear for 34 years, and it has been the worst pain that I could imagine… and so when I finally got the phone call, yes, I was relieved," says Henry.

Fairbanks is charged with 1st-degree murder and use of a firearm to commit a felony. His pretrial is set for August 19th.

See the full interview with Henry courtesy of Court TV below.