21 years of jail for a veterinarian for being recorded sexually abusing dogs and for possession of child pornography

A Florida veterinarian (US) who created and shared videos in which he was sexually abusing dogs and who also collected child pornography from the network was se

21 years of jail for a veterinarian for being recorded sexually abusing dogs and for possession of child pornography

A Florida veterinarian (US) who created and shared videos in which he was sexually abusing dogs and who also collected child pornography from the network was sentenced this Friday over 21 years in prison, the prosecution said.

Prentiss K. Madden, a professional licensed veterinarian who had his consultation in adventure, southeast Florida, is guilty of producing videos of himself "involved in sexual activities with dogs and sharing them with others in chats," said the Public Ministry in a release.

Madden "was recorded to himself sexually abusing dogs and shared online bestiality videos," he said.

According to the official information, the veterinarian saved these videos "of bestial, as well as talks about bestiality", on his mobile phones.

In addition, it indicates the prosecution, it is also guilty of accessing a Dropbox account that contains images of child pornography, receive photographs and videos of child pornography through the chats of social networks and to talk about child sexual abuse during chats .

Likewise, the Judge contemplated by dictating the sentence, 272 months in jail, the storage of thousands of images of child pornography in his Dropbox account and mobile phones.

On July 29, Madden had pleaded guilty of three charges of reception of child pornography, one of possession of child pornography and another of creating a video with animal abuse, the latter based on a federal status that punishes acts of Animal torture, including the bestiality.

According to the Prosecutor's Office, this case was presented as part of the Safe Niñez Project, a national initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child exploitation and sexual abuse.

The initiative, which brings together federal, state and local resources was launched in 2006 by the Department of Justice to "locate, stop and better prosecute people who exploit children through the Internet, as well as to identify and victims of rescue" .

Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 17:44

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