It is said that pedophiles include “pillars of the community” — doctors, lawyers, teachers, priests, ministers, rabbis, government officials, judges, and police — and that a main reason why pedophiles are not apprehended as vigorously as they should be is because law enforcement are among their ranks, a case of asking the fox to guard the hen house.
Recent pedophile arrests — of a deputy attorney general, a judge, a mayor, and police officers — provide evidence for that contention.
(1) California Deputy Attorney General
The attorney general of a state, including the state of California, is the chief law enforcement officer of that state.
Kelly McLaughlin reports for Daily Mail that on July 25, 2017, California deputy attorney general Raymond Liddy, 53, was placed under house arrest for possession of child pornography and released on $100,000 bond.
Liddy is the son of former…
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