Anthony Weiner Pleads Guilty to Sexting Charge
Anthony Weiner has officially pleaded guilty on Friday to criminal charges surrounding his online communications with a teenage girl in North Carolina. The charge involved the “intent” of transmitting sexual material to a minor. This criminal offense carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, Weiner will also have to report as a registered sex offender.
As part of a plea deal in his case Weiner agreed not to appeal any sentence between 21 and 27 months in prison. Liberal news agencies are going out of their way to avoid this story. You may remember that the former Democratic congressman’s political career came to a crashing halt after scandals involving inappropriate sexual exchanges with women online. Also, after seizing Weiner’s laptop, Federal agents found a batch of Hillary Clinton's emails from his estranged wife, Huma Abedin, who is Hillary Clinton’s senior aide.
After that discovery which was closely associated with Hillary Clinton, the Democrat nominee for president in 2016, James Comey, former director of the FBI, announced that the agency was reviewing the messages to determine whether to reopen its investigation surrounding Clinton’s mishandling of official correspondence.
Interestingly, the initial starting point of the Weiner investigation came on the scene after the Daily Mail, published an interview with the teen whom Weiner allegedly sent messages to. At that time, this British newspaper reported that the messages which began when the girl was a sophomore in high school, indicated Weiner knew she was a minor. How sick is that?
Weiner was investigated for his current charges beginning back in September after a 15-year-old North Carolina girl told a tabloid news site that she and Wiener had exchanged lewd messages for several months. She also made the accusation that Weiner had asked her to undress on camera.
The state law defines it as a felony to knowingly send minors “harmful” online messages or pictures involving nudity or sexual conduct or ask them to engage in sexual acts or performances. While acknowledging that he communicated online with the girl who accused him of sending sexually explicit messages, Weiner had the audacity to justify his sickness by saying he had been the subject of a hoax!
It should be noted that after Weiner’s confession on Friday, his lawyer Arlo Devlin Brown, didn’t even return a message for comment. Just our opinion, but maybe even his lawyer was disgusted by his sickness!!
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