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Former Democrat Mayor Pleads Guilty To More Than 100 Charges Related To Child Pornography

Former Maryland mayor Patrick Wojahn pled guilty to 140 counts related to possessing, distributing, and the intent to distribute child pornography.

Due to the plea deal, his 150-year sentence was lowered to just 30 years with a chance of parole in 7 1/2 years.

A Democrat pedophile getting lenient treatment? Sounds all too familiar.

CBS News shares more on the story:

Patrick Wojahn was the mayor of College Park — home to the state’s flagship University of Maryland campus — until March when he was arrested.

Wojahn plead guilty to more than 100 counts connected to the possession and distribution of child sexual abuse material.

Prince George’s County officials said an investigation was launched in February after the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children notified them a social media account had distributed suspected child pornography. Detectives traced the account to Wojahn, authorities said.

He pleaded guilty in August to more than 100 counts connected to the possession and distribution of child sexual abuse material.

Child predators are one of the most sick people in the world.

The fact that this trash of a human being has the chance of parole in 7 1/2 years is disgusting.

He should rot in a prison cell for the rest of his life.

Who would have guessed that the guy was buddy-buddy with Pete Buttigieg?

The Washington Post shares more on the story:

But in court Monday, prosecutors said Wojahn had led a “double life,” his lengthy history of public good starkly contradicting his private conduct, which police said began in January, when Wojahn uploaded and shared dozens of photos and videos depicting child sex abuse to social media apps.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children informed Prince George’s County police of the social media activity in mid-February, and 10 days later investigators obtained a warrant to search Wojahn’s College Park home. He waived his right to remain silent and told authorities that a Kik account that had posted the explicit content was his, police said in court documents. Additional images were later found on the social media app Telegram.

Police also said that Wojahn “advised that he has viewed and possessed files depicting child pornography,” according to court papers.

Wojahn was first indicted by a grand jury in March on 80 counts of possessing and intent to distribute child pornography, which were increased to 140 counts in a superseding indictment in May, according to online court records. In August, he pleaded guilty to all 140 counts: 60 of distribution of child pornography, 40 of possession of child pornography and 40 of possessing child pornography with the intent to distribute.

In court Monday, prosecutors Jessica Garth and Monica Meyers asked the judge to consider the impact Wojahn’s choices had on each child victimized in the hundreds of photos and videos he possessed and shared. About 52 of those children were identified by law enforcement officials in collaboration with the Justice Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Some people don’t realize the impact that these child predators have on the lives of the kids they have nude photos of.

Engaging in this activity encourages more people to abuse these children, abduct them, and force them into a life of misery.

This man should not have received a plea deal and should be rotting in prison for the remainder of his life.


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