U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is making a huge mark on the Justice Department with an active penchant for bringing back respectability to that office.
Former AG’s Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch turned the DOJ into high-end Black Lives Matter headquarters, and many Americans were shocked at the amount of corruption that was allowed to happen under them.
Sessions are all about doing the work of justice, and he’s getting it done publicly. Now what needs to happen is you need to start sharing what he’s accomplishing because it dwarfs both Holder and Lynch.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Sessions dismantled an illegal online drug market of over 200K members. He just caught five Californians who defrauded the IRS of nine million dollars.
Online social media users have been very adamant about catching pedophiles and child molesters across America to end this war on our children, and we’ve got great news from the DOJ.
LaMarcus Thomas is being sent away for 30 years for his role in child pornography, and if he does get released from jail, he will have a “lifetime” of supervision.
A Virginia man was sentenced today to 360 months in prison and a lifetime of supervised release for production of child pornography, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Blanco of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and Acting U.S. Attorney Rick A. Mountcastle of the Western District of Virginia.
LaMarcus Thomas, 33, of Winchester, Virginia, previously pleaded guilty to two counts of production of child pornography. Chief U.S. District Judge Michael F. Urbanski presided over the sentencing.
Through the course of an investigation by the Winchester Police Department on other charges, Thomas was discovered to have multiple images and videos of child pornography, involving two different minor victims, contained in his cellular phone. When interviewed by the FBI, Thomas admitted to producing the images and videos of child pornography.
This case was investigated by the FBI and the Winchester Police Department, and Virginia State Police aided with the forensic analysis of digital media.
The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Nancy Healey of the Western District of Virginia and Trial Attorney Leslie Williams Fisher of the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division.
It’s a shame how the media overlooks these actions by the DOJ and Sessions. Mark my words, before mid-term elections, since the media has purposely not covered Trump’s accomplishments or any of his team, they will create another false narrative that he’s not doing anything in hopes voters will swing back to the liberal side.
That’s why it’s up to all of you to continue to share the good news every day and never cease.
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