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NO JAIL for Cop Found Guilty of Trafficking Child Porn of Children as Young as 3

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Kansas City, MO — In the land of the free, if you are caught with a plant — even in states where it is legal — you can and will be kidnapped and caged for very long periods of time. The Free Thought Project has long reported on cruel and inhumane sentences for marijuana, up to and including life behind bars for tiny amounts of this plant. The state attempts to convince us that this is to protect society but those who pay attention know they are lying — especially when child predators avoid being put in jail at all.

Disgraced Kansas City, Missouri police officer, Vincent A. Spilker is a vile disgusting human whose actions victimized countless children. He admitted guilt to trafficking in child pornography, clearly illustrating that he is a danger to society. However, unlike those who get caught with a little bit of a plant, Spilker won’t be going to jail. Instead, he is a free man, on probation.

“Mr. Spilker accepts full responsibility for this offense,” his attorney, John O’Conner, said in court documents. “He has tremendous remorse and regret for his behavior. He desires and will participate in any treatment program offered to him.”

Despite the state of Missouri asking the judge for 10 years in jail, the court sentenced him to probation instead. According to KMBC:

If Spilker violates probation over the next five years he would face 10 years in prison. He will be required to comply with the following probation conditions: Enter and complete sex offender treatment, register as a sex offender, be subject to internet monitoring, abide by sex offender requirements and have no unsupervised contact with children under 18 years of age.

Knowing that this man is avoiding the inside of a jail cell is infuriating, especially given the nature of his crimes. According to court records, the Western Missouri Cyber Crimes Task Force launched an investigation in 2019 after receiving a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

The tip was an email address, which Spilker admitted to setting up so he could traffic in the child exploitation imagery. Detectives found multiple images of nude children associated with the email address and Spilker reportedly admitted that he knew what he was doing was wrong.

“Spilker said he did, in fact, repost pictures of nude and partially nude females on the account,” court documents stated. “Spilker was not sure of the amount of pictures he reposted but said the girls appeared to be under the age of eighteen. Spilker said he believes some of the girls who were nude were probably between the ages of 10 to 12 years old. Spilker said he knew reposting the pictures was wrong and he did not want to be the kind of person who shared pictures of nude young girls.”

Yet he was the kind of person who did it, and he was posting the pictures.

What’s more, when authorities executed a search warrant, for Spilker’s devices they found utterly horrifying images and videos. One of the videos showed an adult male holding down and raping an 8-year-old girl, who was crying, according to prosecution documents.

Other files, according to court documents, contained images of the sexual abuse of children as young as 3-years-old.

Does this sound like someone who deserves probation?

Anyone who would choose to view such content is a danger to society and should not be a part of it. However, somehow, Spilker’s attorney convinced the court that his client was not a threat.

Sadly, this appears to be par for the course when it comes to prosecuting child predators — especially police officer child predators.

Earlier this year we reported on the case of officer Brad Schuhmann, 32.

Despite horrifying details coming out in the case against Schuhmann, he was granted a sweetheart plea deal in which he will avoid jail for sexually abusing a little girl in the department’s explorer program.

According to his indictment, Schuhmann willfully deprived the victim of liberty without due process of law, which includes the “right not to have her bodily integrity violated by a person acting under color of law.”

Nevertheless, Schuhmann was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Rebecca Jennings Grady on Wednesday to just six months of home confinement and two years of probation, the Courier Journal reported. He must also register as a sex offender.

The victim called Schuhmann a “monster” and a “predator” in an impact statement and said “this man robbed me of my goals.”

Like Spilker, Schuhmann was never punished for his crimes against children.


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About Matt Agorist

Matt Agorist is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world. Agorist is also the Editor at Large at the Free Thought Project. Follow @MattAgorist on Twitter, Steemit, and now on Minds.