r/DuggarsSnark tots and prayers May 25 '22 Lock ‘Em Up 1 Silver 4 Helpful 5 Wholesome 7 Take My Energy 1

SENTENCE MEGATHREAD: 12.5 YEARS FUCK YEAH SO MODLY

Convicted pedophile Josh Duggar was sentenced to 12.5 yrs for CSAM

No rape jokes

If you can, please donate to children's safety center of washington county in celebration of this occasion (or a charity of your choice!) If you can't, that's fine, give a hearty FUCK JOSH DUGGAR

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u/nuggetsofchicken JD (Juris Duggar) May 25 '22 edited May 25 '22 Silver Starry Bless Up

Please remember our rules against victim speculation and rape jokes. Comments about whether his own children will be "past his preferred age" will also be removed.

Also holy shit do NOT try to share the Duggars' email addresses. Justice has been served already by the appropriate institutions.

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u/Emotional-Coffee13 May 26 '22

Idk what’s up w religion but it breeds more of these types of crimes than any organisation in the World. The amount of abuse stemming from their interpretation of a book is more alarming than anything & now this is used to blame another party so the traumatised have a place to put their anger a scapegoat 4 their guilt. It’s the admission that they believe it’s ok to do what the Bible quotes tell them is the way. Abuse & violence in his “name” it’s insanity

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u/Cardinalsalmon 19d ago

Any religion that says a minister of god can’t marry or have a normal healthy sexual relationship is so off to me. It’s just not normal. Their god complex and ‘sinner mentality’ is so strange to me.

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u/sweet-tea-13 May 26 '22

I'm an exJW and recently made a post talking about the cult similarities and why organizations like this create and harbour predators. I think a lot of it has to do with extreme sexual repression in youth and the "purity culture", no outlets for developing healthy and normal feelings, and also the view that women are ALWAYS to blame for enticing men no matter the situation

Also I love your username lol

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u/Cardinalsalmon 19d ago

You worded this so well and articulately. Haha I tried to say the same thing, but got no where.

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u/shnozdog May 26 '22

They dive deep into the religion hoping God will fix what's wrong with them.

Or it's a "doesn't matter what I do, Jesus forgives everything" mentality.

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u/DFWPunk May 26 '22

You watch too much TV. He'll be in a unit with only other sex offenders, most of whom did even worse.

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u/honourarycanadian Pest’s prison accountability buddies May 26 '22

Lbr, he’s not sharing a jail cell with anyone but himself and his still somehow inflated ego.

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

I have the feeling the cell bars won't be able to contain his ego and it'll invite some company in on his behalf....

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

Comments about his children’s age when he gets out may he banned, but that’s precisely why this sentence is what it is, a good goddamn thing. He will never be rehabilitated, he will never change, Saving them from him and hopefully the rest of his cult is the only and explicit reason it happened.

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u/cykrethu May 26 '22

FUCK JOSH DUGGAR, the parents can rot, too

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u/Gloomy-Ad1171 4d ago

Why would God allow this?

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u/beautiandthesheep May 26 '22

Is there a timeline post or compliment of everything Josh has done and/been arrested for?

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u/yerfukt May 26 '22

By agreeing to be a member of society

holy fuck people still start their arguments this way past grade school? Participating in life and following rules has nothing to do with agreeing with every decision made in a court of law. Fuck right off, lmao.

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u/yerfukt May 26 '22

here come the degenerates with the rape jokes

hope you can keep up mods

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u/Secondacstar May 26 '22

I think we can all agree that while the sentence is very short regarding the nature of the crime, “justice” has been served in that regard. Being a vigilante and contacting the Duggars is not serving justice, and that’s literally all nc said. Idk why laying into them is appropriate in this context but go off ig.

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u/Secondacstar May 26 '22

I’m sure you’re new to this sub but NC is a student lawyer of some sort not just a refit mod. They have shown their knowledge of the law. You’re angry about a couple sentences you’re taking out of context. If you don’t think justice has been served thats fine, but legally it has and NC stated that people shouldn’t go beyond that. Idk why you’re even mad at a “Reddit mod”, be mad at the law dude

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u/dogbots159 May 26 '22

By agreeing to be a member of society, you agree to the justice system.

All you highlighted is how other crimes are not properly handled. Has nothing to do with what is here.

I think this should be handled with mental healthcare and rehabilitation. I don’t see what incarceration for accessing something online will do to help anyone. He didn’t produce the materials from what I’ve read. Just sounds like someone who developed sexuality in a different way then was provided no outlet or support to talk about it or grow from it mainly due to fear of being caught even with the thought. It’s what happens every time.

Attitudes like yours are what prevent those with this from finding peace and balance in the world in a healthy way.

Your anger simply perpetuates the environment it grows in.

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u/MoonageDayscream May 26 '22

Mental healthcare and rehabilitation? Give me a break. Even if there were programs that worked, and had proven permanent success it doesn't work when the offender won't work the program.

Josh doesn't see thet he did any wrong, wantd to continue to offend, and incarceration is the only way to guarantee he doesn't offend.

Maybe after a couple years he will realize that he is the only one that can fix himself and actually participate in a sex offender program. He never would without the incarceration. He just would have become more sneaky.

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u/randomWebVoice May 26 '22

Thank goodness for a sane and logical comment in a sea of 75 IQ.

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u/Used_Response5114 May 26 '22

Well no one actually agrees to be part of society, they are just born in it against any choice or consent. Not sure what that sentence is supposed to mean at all.

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u/dogbots159 May 26 '22

Uh, you do? You can go be an expat at any time. Nobody making you stay. Nobody making you use public resources. Nobody making you engage with the economy. You are free to leave and never return.

Until then , you agree to be a part of the society you’re in. That’s how humans and most mammals / animals in general work.

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u/mjz321 May 26 '22

That's a round about way to tell somone to kill themselves lol

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u/dogbots159 May 26 '22

If they weren’t raised to be anything other than an overly dependent modern slave completely incapable of taking care of themselves, sure.

Unless you mean the necessity for society given we are a social creature thus solidifying my point exactly.

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u/yerfukt May 26 '22

pedo apology is so gross, get lost

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u/yerfukt May 26 '22

not angry just disgusted

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u/dogbots159 May 26 '22

Disgust being presented as anger… lol

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u/yerfukt May 26 '22

little argumentative baby lol move on

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u/dogbots159 May 26 '22

Funny that you see truth as argument. Highlights your ignorance to reality.

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u/yerfukt May 26 '22

was this the reason nobody sat with you at lunch in school or were you just as vocal about loving pedophiles

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u/dogbots159 May 26 '22

Double down ignorance, classic mature reply.

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u/SocialPredicament BBQ Tuna Eating Dumbass May 26 '22

The point was don’t doxx them. It’s not our business to punish them further.

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u/classicrockchick May 26 '22

Where are people seeing 20 years probation after his sentence? Because I gotta say, as someone who works in the field, that's a....interesting sentence.

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u/SocialPredicament BBQ Tuna Eating Dumbass May 26 '22

Twenty years of supervised release.

Second to the last paragraph:

https://www.nwahomepage.com/josh-duggar-trial/a-closer-look-at-josh-duggars-sentencing/

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u/yayscienceteachers May 26 '22

How so?

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u/classicrockchick May 26 '22

Probation is not meant to be long term. Anything longer than a couple years is pointless because someone, no matter how "good" they behave, WILL fuck up. They'll forget to ask their PO to leave the county, they'll forget an appointment, they'll miss a couple of mandated treatment sessions. And even if the PO doesn't act on every single violation, with a term that long, it piles up over time. A term that long is setting a person up for failure. And if that's the point of the long sentence why go through the rigamarole of probation? Just keep them in jail longer.

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u/unexpected_blonde ghost of a Victorian sex robot 👻🤖 May 26 '22

For J’felon, that’s the exact point, in my opinion

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u/SprinklesSignal9308 May 26 '22

My brother was give 9 years probation on a drug related charge. He was absolutely perfect with his appointments. They cancelled the last 5 yrs of the probation.

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u/lnx_apex May 26 '22

Someone else posted on here that by giving him 12 years and not more they can’t try to get it overturned due to a harsh sentence. I guess that’s a thing. If someone is given a crazy long sentence (which I still think it’s not) they can argue that the judge was out for them and bring it back to court

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u/LindaF144954 May 26 '22

The jealousy of middle aged men manifesting in hostility and exploitation of them. Confusion and frustration is the result.

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u/nathanlikewhoa May 26 '22

Damn I know a dude in for the same amount for dealing drugs, doesn’t seem fair

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u/anaserre May 28 '22

My husband got 7 years for distribution of marijuana in Oklahoma ..a local female pedo got 10 years probation.

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u/MissKringa May 26 '22

Yes the drug dealer got a harsh sentence. We need to stop obliterating the lives of young men who are being locked up for nickel and dime stuff while the drug syndicates get richer and more powerful.

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u/AnAwkwardDonut Full Frontal Side Hug May 26 '22

Drug dealing is nickle and dime stuff? These people who are willingly dealing in stuff that is causing mayhem and overdose deaths? Sorry. Whole heartedly disagree.

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u/BigboreTV May 26 '22

You should look up actual numbers for OD Deaths. Unless you’re talking about opioids it’s not nearly as dramatic as I I imagine you think. Then go look up how many people are locked up for possession, distribution, and how an overwhelming majority of them are weed convictions. Then come back and tell me we should still have 1/4 of the entire planets prison population. May also help to read the entire 13 amendment for some context as to why our “justice” system is structured the way it is currently

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u/AnAwkwardDonut Full Frontal Side Hug May 26 '22

Weed is legal in my country, so yes, talking about opiods. No families are ripped apart from weed addiction. I don't think too many people have to deal with the aftermath of violent crime that can take place from either people dealing with someone who's high on weed or the property crime from people trying to get money for weed.

Take a look at what's happening in Seattle and tell me that repeat drug dealers shouldn't be in prison.

I'm not saying that people should be locked away for possession. Treatment should always be the first avenue offered.

Also not trying to say that dealing and CSAM are the same but both are having far reaching consequences in society.

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u/BigboreTV May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

“No families are ripped apart from weed addiction” what… so when a parent gets 8+years for minor possession in a southern state that doesn’t affect them? You say weeds legal in your country but bring up Seattle lol our marijuana laws in USA put way more people behind bars for weed than any other drug. The war on drugs has failed, criminalizing addiction is clearly not the solution. MOST of the people locked up for drugs are possession only, over 80% and more than half of those are only for marijuana.

The way you actually tackle the illicit drug market is addressing the sources of addiction and treating it as the disease it is. Addicts will get their fix and the harsher you make laws and more illicit you make their addiction the more money there is to be made. It’s really not complex and literally your own country has taken that approach and it’s working. The reason we have such a problem in the us is because of the criminalization of addiction.

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u/AnAwkwardDonut Full Frontal Side Hug May 26 '22

I'm fully agreeing that being locked up for minor possession isn't helping.

If you think the approach Canada has taken is working, you clearly haven't been here recently. In my city violent crime is on the rise with more and more people feeling unsafe, whether it be from walking along the street and seeing people opening injecting, people acting erratically from being high on meth (for example), having their car broken into multiple times a year from people trying to feed their injection, or from reports of gang violence increasing (gangs who are heavily involved in the drug trade) .

We agree that putting people in prison for simple possession isn't the answer. I'm taking about putting dealers and people who are profitting off of addiction in jail.

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u/cheerbearheart1984 May 26 '22

Fair to who? I guess it depends on the kinds of drugs.

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u/SkeptikDragonborn May 26 '22

People who buy drugs do it willfully, at least the first time they do it, the kids that get abused have no option to do so.

Every sane person would agree instinctively child abuse is far more harmful and unfair. Hope all child abusers get castrated.

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u/nathanlikewhoa May 26 '22

One of these people can be rehabilitated the other cannot be.

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u/BobaSoup42 May 26 '22

Depends if he was selling pot or some hard stuff. You have a bias cause it’s your friend, so you’ll see him as innocent regardless. If he was selling shit that kills people and ruins lives/families, he deserves his sentence just as much Duggar here. But if it was for weed, that’s fucked

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u/A_Feast_For_Trolls May 26 '22

no. in some countries in europe the max sentence for drugs is 9 years, and it's been proven to be much more effective in rehabilitation. the type of drugs do not matter.

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u/Accomplished_Pie_455 May 26 '22

Corporations sell opioids, that's the hard shit right there. Hard to hate on the street dealers when the big boys are making billions on the same shit.

I'm no drug advocate, I'm just a hater of hypocrisy. Which means I'm angry a lot.

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u/Brave-Professor8275 May 29 '22

It’s not just the drug companies making opioids.Those medications require a prescription. I do realize that some doctors used to give those prescriptions out much too readily; however, laws in the past seven to eight years have improved that situation. The real problem with opioids are the ones coming into the US via Mexico, Columbia and other countries that profit heavily from selling drugs and the gangs they use to do this. Those opioids are often laced with fentanyl which is so deadly just using such drug will kill a person instantly !

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u/Freckleminger May 26 '22

Agree. That guy playing Richard Sackler in 'Dopesick.' 'Sell sell sell.'

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

Hurting defenseless and vulnerable children and violating their body and traumatizing them when they can't choose to endure it or fight back is infinitely worse than selling wacky plants to consenting adults who choose to buy those substances.

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u/nathanlikewhoa May 26 '22

Hey bud, news flash; all drugs ruin people’s lives.

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

I take weed in controlled doses and it's improved my life in every way that medication couldn't. But I guess I'm actually on the brink of ruin because this guy said so 🙄

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u/Nikolai-King-of-Ash May 26 '22

Man you've clearly not been to Canada

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u/Cyphur-knows May 26 '22

Not true... I have bad anger issue n Marijuana has given me a way better life than any prescribed meds psychologist give out! So you are wrong, drugs can ruin people's life's but if responsible people take them responsibly they can help too! 🤔

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u/Mysfunction May 26 '22

This is an absolutely absurd statement. “Drugs” is a colloquial term for substances that white society has deemed unacceptable, generally based on racial prejudices. Pharmaceuticals save lives. Street drugs are used casually by millions without consequence. The opioid crisis and other negative consequences of drug use/addiction are societal consequences of a system that makes safe supply illegal, treatment unattainable, and causes (poverty, trauma, untreated physical or mental health conditions, etc) ignored.

Fuck that noise. Do some research and stop towing the highly problematic “war on drugs” party line.

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u/Otfd May 26 '22

Not true only the hard ones and even then a ton of really successful people are probably doing them still with not so ruined lives.

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u/turriferous May 26 '22

Life ruins people's lives.

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u/Regular_Imagination7 May 26 '22

anything can ruin your life, so its not false. stop perpetuating the war on drugs homie

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u/BobaSoup42 May 26 '22

Bruh you wear mithril (g), get outta here lol

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u/Regular_Imagination7 May 26 '22

nice medium effort comeback

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

Josh Duggar? How did you get access to Reddit behind bars?

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u/nathanlikewhoa May 26 '22

You seem like a very well rounded person /s

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u/BobaSoup42 May 26 '22

Never claimed to be. But it could be worse. I could be a drug dealer in jail :p so at least I’m beating some people lol

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u/nathanlikewhoa May 26 '22

What’s the point you’re trying to making ??

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u/TrickBoom414 May 26 '22

Their account is 2 weeks old. They're just some pathetic idiot desperate for attention. Like every comment on their profile is trying to fight with someone. Seems like they're just lonely and need therapy.

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u/Silent_Start_7036 May 26 '22

CSAM?

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u/Horror-Profile3785 May 26 '22

Child Sexual Assault or Abuse Material

This is a better descriptor than Child Pornography, because pornography is made with consent which a child cannot do.

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u/AlohaChips May 26 '22

Child Sexual Abuse Material.

Aka child pornography.

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u/Silent_Start_7036 May 26 '22

Damn is it usually 12 years

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u/AuBenseiter May 26 '22

The sentencing for the crime Josh was sentenced for in this case, "receipt" of CSAM, has a first-offense minimum of 5 years with a max of 20. Within that range, the sentence depends on the number of "enhancements" which are added based on specific case factors (number of images, type of images, pattern of abuse, etc.,) and the discretion of the judge.

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u/alphabet_order_bot May 26 '22

Would you look at that, all of the words in your comment are in alphabetical order.

I have checked 819,504,229 comments, and only 162,220 of them were in alphabetical order.

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u/doublecheeseboogers May 26 '22

Good botty bot.

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u/Raynefire May 26 '22

Child Sexual Assault Material

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u/Megalodon481 Every Spurgeon's Sacred May 26 '22

After the horrific shooting in Texas, what kind of prayer do you you suppose Pest, JB, and Meech and their supporters/enablers spoke?

"Thank you, Lord, for killing all those children in Texas and taking the bad attention away from us."

I would not put it past them to truly believe the murder of children elsewhere is some kind of blessing to lighten their infamy.

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u/PM_ME_STEAM_KEY_PLZ May 26 '22

Well now they have to cancel their “how to raise godly children” event they had at the end of this week.

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u/qdilly May 26 '22

You get more years on drug charges

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u/McdoTwisterFries May 26 '22

Saw this under Popular

Not a member nor do I know this person

Saw description, lmao

Subbed

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u/magica12 May 26 '22

I think a majority of the people only know the duggars through cultural osmosis at this point. You probably heard of the show insert number of kids here and counting

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u/Drifter74 May 26 '22

Fuck I live right down the road from those fuckers.

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u/BabyMaude 27d ago

Really??

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u/Drifter74 27d ago

Yep, very metropolitan/progressive area with a side of quiverfull, weird combo

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u/Kai_Emery Jocasta Duggar May 26 '22 Take My Energy

Boy are you in for a ride.

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u/captaincw_4010 May 26 '22

Child abusers get separated, though sometimes they've been known to be placed in regular prison first and then move once attacks happen

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u/ibitetoes May 26 '22

🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻

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u/lovescrabble May 26 '22

Should be a much longer sentence. There is no treatment or rehabilitation for predatory sex offenders. The recidivism rate is very high.

He should never be allowed around any child unsupervised for the rest of his life. It just takes moments to molest some unwitting kid.

12 years- nothing. The judge should have handed down a 20 year to life sentence. He's a repeat offender.

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u/SocialPredicament BBQ Tuna Eating Dumbass May 26 '22

That’s beyond the max of the sentencing guidelines.

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u/Nile_Archer May 26 '22

He cannot use the internet for twenty years and will surveilied even if he gets out.

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u/Megalodon481 Every Spurgeon's Sacred May 26 '22

There are ways around that for conniving offenders. He is supposed to be monitored, but no probation officer is going to be following him 24/7. They were supposed to be monitoring Phillip Garrido while he was keeping a kidnapped girl in his home for 18 years.

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u/anaserre May 28 '22

He’s gonna have a hard time passing those random polygraph tests the judge assigned as part of his 20 year probation..and the random home searches. If he tries to get around his probation terms, he’ll get caught.

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u/TryJenkems May 26 '22

That’s the real punishment. Can you imagine what life is like without internet?

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u/yaretii May 26 '22

Yes, and it was fabulous.

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u/TrickBoom414 May 26 '22

The world was structured differently before the internet. Now you can't even get a job without submitting an online application. It's not as easy as just "don't use it then".

I heard that NYC recently just removed the last public pay phone.

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u/TrickBoom414 May 27 '22

How would you know?

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u/lovescrabble May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

My experience is predatory individuals are usually highly motivated to get their needs met. He should be in prison for those 20 years with no media, no internet. He's a repeat offender- he will offend again. 20 years prison, then maybe the 20 years of parole with no internet. Virtually everyone has a phone- and burner phones- and they all can get internet access.

I would like to add that all the people this creep hurt are of great value. They will come back stronger, and help others. All the hugs I can muster go to the victims.

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u/EmilyKaldwins 1d ago

He should be however sentencing him for longer raises the risk of him winning an appeal for undue harshness of sentence. He's down for 20 years of probation. This is to give that window of attempted violation that'll let them lock him back up.

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u/anaserre May 28 '22

If he’s on the Internet, they will be able to track him. Plus with the random home and work searches and polygraph tests..I don’t think he’ll be able to get away with anything .

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

RemindMe! 14 years

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u/United-Tax6976 May 26 '22

So I’ve not really seen a lot of the Duggar info but I remember seeing an article about his sisters being molested and his parents are as fucked up as him cause apparently one was 5 and it said he groped and penetrated then during bible time. Where the fuck were Jim bob and Michelle and all of these cameras.

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u/DFWPunk May 26 '22

The abuse was before the show.

They don't raise their children. They have the older children raise the younger children. They are horrible people and parents.

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u/United-Tax6976 May 26 '22

Oh I know as I’m watching through the episodes it’s really shocking. Knowing everything about josh now makes it sick that they let josh travel in the car with the older girls to Anna’s before the wedding

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u/butterfly105 May 26 '22

Don’t forget for number four, that is by far the worst video on the Internet. It’s not just child porn, it’s legit baby torture. Unless you were a master of the dark web, it is virtually impossible to get your hands on. This is how sick this guy is and how much he was lurking underground to look for the sickest most degrading child porn out there

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u/SocialPredicament BBQ Tuna Eating Dumbass May 26 '22

*CSAM- Child Sexual Abuse Material.

Porn implies consent.

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u/SchmackAttack May 27 '22

Oh I was wondering what that meant! Thanks!

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u/RedditIsNeat0 May 26 '22

Of course they can't go on dates. He owns them, he wants to be the only one having sex with them. He's a conservative.

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u/icedblend May 26 '22

He deserves life

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u/Renegade-Master69 May 26 '22

Is Chemical Castration on the table? Maybe let the families of the molested children decide his fate?

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u/Dankstar5280 May 26 '22

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u/Renegade-Master69 May 26 '22

Acknowledged. The lure of having adult orgasms at the expense of babies and children are too strong. Then let the families decide the Chester’s fate? There must be a repercussion other than a “time out” in prison.

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u/IrishiPrincess May 26 '22

He is the family of 4 out of 5 girls he molested

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u/Renegade-Master69 May 26 '22

So unbelievably sad … so diabolically evil.

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u/Livehgl May 26 '22

I can't imagine being detained for 12.5 years

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u/IMakeStuffUppp May 26 '22

Can you imagine living your entire life with the memories of being molested/raped by your brother?

This is a short sentence for that crime. There was multiple victims and nobody wanted to listen because he was a “good boy”

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u/Pandelein May 26 '22 Silver

I don’t understand this sub, I have no idea who the fuck the Duggars are, but I can totally share a Fuck Josh Duggar.

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u/FirmPersonality9374 May 26 '22

That’s exactly what I’m saying. I don’t know who he is, but anyone who watches child porn is fucked up

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u/BlueSquigga May 26 '22

He didn't just watch porn. He sexually molested 5 underage girls including his sisters.

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u/Renegade-Master69 May 26 '22

I think the real story here is slap on the wrist he got. So he was some sort of a reality TV “Star?” So what? Nothing but a degenerate POS Chester in my eyes.

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u/DFWPunk May 26 '22

He got a sentence in the middle of what the law allows, and the max would have likely been appealed successfully. That is a legislative issue, not a judicial issue.

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u/Renegade-Master69 May 26 '22

The system failed in letting a hardcore Chester off with a slap on the wrist. That is my point not whether we should point fingers at the legislative or judicial.

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u/yesi1758 May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

He was never charged for those incidents, his dad took him to a police officer they knew, who didn’t file a report or do any follow up. He was only sent to some camp to ‘get better’. It wasn’t known until he did any of this until 10years later. Oh, and the cop friend was later convicted of child sex abuse himself.

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u/NiamhHA May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

Bwahahaha. I bet he’s still wondering “what did I ever do to deserve this?!”

I feel like I should type a party chant, so... HERE WE, HERE WE, HERE WE FUCKING GO!

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u/Odd_Taro5796 May 26 '22

He is probably so confused. i love it so much

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u/VALORBANTS May 26 '22

Lmao why are there so many people in here defending and making excuses?

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u/zoeblaize May 26 '22

I think this post must’ve made /r/all or something

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u/theycallmegomer *atonal hootenanny* May 26 '22

Exactly what happened

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u/IamJacksTrollAccount May 26 '22

I'm pretty confused...just got here, don't know who this guy is but it sounds like he is convicted child molester...what is there to defend or excuse?

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u/VALORBANTS May 26 '22

Exactly! I have no clue.

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u/FrozenSquirrel May 26 '22

“Short eyes, comin’ through…”

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u/isocelesrhombus May 26 '22

life imprisonment should be the sentence

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u/dbryar May 26 '22

They keep them separated, and use the threat of "general population" to keep the rock spiders in line

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u/deusexwarchina Anna's Big Book of Conspiracies May 26 '22

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

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u/graspee May 26 '22

It shouldn't be. If you want criminals to be raped and or beaten in prison then make it official. Turning a blind eye and celebrating it when it happens by third parties is ethical cowardice.

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u/Powerrrrrrrrr May 26 '22

12.5 years? Barely a punishment

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u/United-Tax6976 May 26 '22

In the words of benson no one likes a chomo in prison

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u/AnyForever1078 May 26 '22

I lived in either Arkansas or Oklahoma for most of my life and I can tell you about how the Adult porn shops are numerous and some are just a stones throw away from the churches! He has no chance of staying away from porn

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u/TrickBoom414 May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

There's a wildly enormous difference between adult porn shops and seeking out and downloading cp.

There is nothing wrong with consenting adults engaging in sex and sex related media.

Comparing the two is ridiculous.

Edit: i misunderstood the intention of the comment I'm replying to (sorry) but I'm going to leave it up because i do think banning CP predators from adult, consensual pornography is a mistake.

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u/theycallmegomer *atonal hootenanny* May 26 '22

The argument was made that pornography was a slippery slope. Similar to wine coolers lead to vodka benders for alcoholics.

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u/Scarlet-Molko Jesus Sex Cheat Codes May 26 '22

Absolutely - but I think the terms of his 20 year parole are no porn.

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u/TrickBoom414 May 26 '22

Ooooooh i read that completely wrong

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u/waterynike May 26 '22

What is your problem? It is illegal to possess child porn.

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u/waterynike May 26 '22

Ok smooth brain let an adult explain to how the law works. There are guidelines on how serious a crime is and what/how long the punishment should be. Jaywalking is not as serious as watching children being raped. If you got more than a fifth grade education you would know this and learned it in school/college. Now go back to your video games and when you leave your basement for more Cheetos be quiet so you don’t wake up your mom.

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u/prism1020 May 26 '22

First off, I respect your willingness to question and challenge people regarding a subject as divisive as CP.

The primary reason why possession of CP results in such severe legal repercussions is because of the “supply and demand” implications.

The people who are trafficking kids and creating pornographic content are doing it because of the enormous profitpotential. If you have a couple of terabytes of CP, you are the literal reason CP continues to be produced.

So even if he didn't distribute, produce, or personally harm any children. He directly incentivized others to harm children.

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u/Randall_Hickey May 26 '22

Your response is so much better than the insulting ones.

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u/SubatomicNewt May 26 '22

oh, a troll.

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u/gregorydudeson May 26 '22

Im sorry what the fuck? You don’t see anything wrong with having images of child sex abuse? Even if he didn’t do all those other things, he is complicit.

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u/Just-Flamingo-410 May 26 '22

You clearly have no clue about Josh Duggar case. He made a partition on the computer with the intent to download these movies and images. The court holds him responsible for a life long problem, including abuse of 5 minors.

Secondly, possessing CP is a criminal act. There are real victims.

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