Kiddie Porn Cop Given 30-Day Jail Sentence
A Vermont sheriff’s deputy convicted for possessing child pornography has received a sentence so lenient it’s causing outrage in the community.
Former Grand Isle Sheriff’s Deputy Nick Moen was arrested in January of 2015 and given a paltry 30-day sentence for multiple counts of possession of child pornography. Prosecutors said Moen used file sharing networks to obtain and share sexually explicit images of young children on the Internet.
The Vermont Attorney General’s Office offered an extremely light plea deal to Moen, who agreed to plea guilty to three felony charges in exchange for 3-year sentence — but Judge Alison Arms suspended all but 30 days of the prison term. /source/
“When a police officer trading in brutal images and videos of small children being raped is given only 30 days in jail, that is a red flag of a corrupt judicial system. The judge who gave this sentence should, herself, be investigated.”
I can say that this case got no different from other cases involving cops. Motherfucker commit a serious crime for what another citizen would be ‘lynched’, but he avoids the punishment, because shiny cop badge gives an incredible power and guarantee of impunity. In other words, they can do everything, we ain’t. I never liked child pornography, but when I see such an injustice by our justice system, I get mad, because it means that the police state is here, it sets its own rules around the country.
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