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Center Point Perver Accused Of Persuading 10 Kids To Perform Sex Acts For Child Porn Production

*Hat Tip: Phillip King

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Devil: Dennis James Hudson Jr.

A Center Point pervert has been federally indicted on nearly a dozen charges alleging he induced 10 different children to perform sex acts for his pornography production.

Dennis James Hudson Jr., 28, was indicted Wednesday in U.S. District Court, according to a joint announcement by U.S. Attorney Jay Town and FBI Special Agent in Charge Johnnie Sharp Jr. The pedophile is also known by the names D.J. Zygi Hudson, Zygi Hudson, Tyler Johnson and Brandon McDaniels.

The 11-count indictment charges him with 10 counts of persuading a person under the age of 18 to engage in sexually explicit conduct to produce an image of that conduct and transmit it over the internet. The diabolical savage is charged with inducing 10 different children to perform such acts between August 2016 and August 2017, according to the indictment.

The pedophile also faces one count of distributing child pornography between January 2015 and January 2016 using the internet and a file-sharing website.

The nasty devil in 2016 was one of 31 people arrested in an investigation into sexual exploitation of children in Alabama and Georgia. Nearly a dozen of those were arrested in Alabama, including this monster who was charged by state authorities with four counts of possession of child pornography.

Operation Southern Impact was a joint effort by the Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Alabama Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. The law enforcement teams focus on those who possess and distribute child pornography and those who sexually exploit children in other ways using the internet.

Nine months later, in August 2017, the beast was arrested again by the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency on a new charge of producing pornography with a minor. According to charging documents in that case, the child molester did "willfully and knowingly film, print, record, photograph or otherwise produce an obscene matter, to wit: a digital image of breasts and/or vagina, that contains a visual depiction of a person under the age of 17 years engaged in an act of sad-masochistic abuse, sexual intercourse, sexual excitement, masturbation, breast nudity, genital nudity or other sexual conduct."

That same day, prosecutors requested, and were granted, a revocation of sex bandit's bond on his 2016 charges.

"The internet and social media make it easy for disgusting, sexual predators to find and exploit our children," Town said. "Our law enforcement will continue to vigilantly monitor the internet using every method available to us in order to uncover signs of child exploitation and abuse so that the predators can be arrested by federal law enforcement, indicted by a federal grand jury, prosecuted in a federal court, and, once convicted, sentenced to time in a federal prison.

"Our law enforcement cannot do it all," Town said, "so it is incumbent upon parents to protect their children by responsibly monitoring their children's activity on the internet, where there is little left to the imagination."

The penalty for producing child pornography is 15 to 30 years in prison and a maximum $250,000 fine. The penalty for distributing child pornography is five to 20 years in prison and a maximum $250,000 fine.

The FBI investigated the case, which Assistant U.S. Attorneys Manu K. Balachandran and Leann White are prosecuting.


Source: https://www.al.com/news/birmingham/index.ssf/2018/09/center_point_man_accused_of_in.html