Ketanji Brown Jackson admits why she went easy on pedophiles

Ketanji Brown Jackson pedophiles

Ketanji Brown Jackson admits why she went easy on pedophiles

Supreme Court Nominee Admits She Gave Pedophiles Lighter Sentences Because Internet Makes It ‘So Easy’

Supreme Court Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson defended her record of giving pedophiles light sentences, arguing that it’s easier for them to procure large volumes through the internet – vs. the effort required to obtain child porn through the mail.

“The guideline was based originally on a statutory scheme and directives, specific directives from Congress at a time in which more serious child pornography offenders were identified based on the volume, based on the number of photographs they received in the mail. And that made total sense before, when you didn’t have the internet.

“When we didn’t have distribution. But the way that the guideline is now structured, based on that set of circumstances, is leading to extreme disparities in the system because it’s so easy for people to get volumes of this material now by computers. So it’s not doing the work of differentiating who is a more serious offender in the way that it used to.”

BREAKING: Jackson says she gave pedophiles lighter sentences bc its different when they use computers vs mail to get volumes of child porn

This makes ‘total sense’ according to Jackson

Brown Jackson, who notably served as the judge in the ‘Pizzagate‘ shooting, was responding to Sen. Josh Hawley’s (R-MO) claim last week that her legal record “endangers our children.”

“As a mother and a judge who has had to deal with these cases, I was thinking that nothing could be further from the truth,” Jackson said Tuesday. “These are some of the most difficult cases that a judge has to deal with because we’re talking about pictures of sex abuse of children, we’re talking about graphic descriptions that judges have to read and consider when they decide how to sentence in these cases.”

Last week, Hawley posted a lengthy Twitter thread calling out Brown Jackson’s record on child pornography:

As far back as her time in law school, Judge Jackson has questioned making convicts register as sex offenders – saying it leads to “stigmatization and ostracism.” She’s suggested public policy is driven by a “climate of fear, hatred & revenge” against sex offenders

— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) March 16, 2022

Judge Jackson has opined there may be a type of “less-serious child pornography offender” whose motivation is not sexual but “is the challenge, or to use the technology.” A “less-serious” child porn offender?

— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) March 16, 2022

In United States v. Downs, the perp posted multiple images to an anonymous instant messaging app, including an image of a child under the age of 5. The Guidelines recommended 70-87 months. Judge Jackson gave him the lowest sentence allowed by law, 60 months

— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) March 16, 2022

So, should rapists who use speed dating apps get lower sentences too thanks to how easy the internet makes it to rape?


Dean Nestor

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