CA - Christian Hernandez for sex abuse, child porn, El Monte, 2009

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  1. Missizzy

    Missizzy New Member

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    Did this guy want to be stopped? Why else would he apply for a LE position and disclose this info? Talk about odd and creepy. Those poor children.

    http://www.scpr.org/news/2011/06/22/california-highway-patrol-applicant-sentenced-chil/

    California Highway Patrol applicant gets 30 years for child pornography charges

    "An El Monte man whose arrest was triggered by his application to be a California Highway Patrol officer was sentenced today to 30 years behind bars for taking pornographic photos of a toddler he was previously charged with molesting.

    The information sparking the prosecution of 31-year-old Christian Clint Hernandez came to light during the CHP's pre-employment background check. During the application process, Hernandez acknowledged on an employment questionnaire that he had accessed illegal pornography on the Internet and viewed illicit photos of a minor prior to applying for the CHP job..."

    and

    "....The CHP immediately began an investigation and searched Hernandez's home, where a sizeable collection of child porn in the form of 26 videos and 336 digital images was discovered on his computer..."

    and

    "...Hernandez sexually abused "multiple victims on multiple occasions," [Judge, Otis D.] Wright said, adding that the pictured children are "re-victimized every time the images are shared or copied.'' The slight, pasty-faced defendant, shackled at the waist and hands and wearing a green jail-issued windbreaker, showed no reaction....."

    and

    "....The defendant has said he himself was sexually abused as a child. In addition, his father and uncle were both convicted of sex offenses against children, the judge said today. Hernandez admitted spending at least four hours a day on the computer looking at images of child pornography and "chatting online," Judge Wright said.

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