Prosecutors Seek 20-Year Sentence For Josh Duggar: Has “Deep-Seated Violent Sexual Interest In Children”

Little Rock’s Fox affiliate reports:

On May 11, the prosecution submitted a sentencing memorandum in Joshua Duggar’s child pornography case in the Western District of Arkansas Federal Court.

The detailed, 30-page document concludes with the government asking the court for a “Guidelines-compliant sentence” of 20 years in prison for Duggar, 34, the former reality TV star who was found guilty of receipt of child pornography and possession of child pornography in December 2021.

The memo continues by explaining the “great lengths” Duggar took to circumvent Covenant Eyes accountability software on his computer in order to download CSAM and “at the same time conceal and therefore prolong his ability to engage in this conduct.”

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