This woman is a cop, her husband apparently has been sexing up and taking pictures of little girls in their home and in his truck. As a police officer, does she turn him in....no. Instead her dumb ass tries to destroy evidence and even though the police department was notified, they decided not to act. Hey the girls were getting paid right? Ick!!!!!
Honestly not only is your man cheating, he is doing it with little girls and paying for it. Seriously you are the police, make his life hell and leave him. Make him go to jail and you get to keep everything. Why would you help his ass molest children and then destroy the pictures the fool took while he was molesting them.
His dumb ass:
ATLANTA (AP) -- Federal authorities allege that the husband of an Atlanta police officer took photos of himself having sex with several young girls, and say the police department had some of the pictures seven years ago but took no action.
U.S. Attorney David Nahmias said, "This is a very disturbing case, for many reasons."
Terrill Crane was ordered today by a magistrate judge to be held in federal custody pending a detention hearing on December fifth. He faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of producing child pornography.
Prosecutors say Crane's wife, Sergeant Tanya Crane, destroyed potential evidence, but she has not been charged. Department spokeswoman Judy Pal said Crane is on paid administrative leave from the police force. A phone listing for the couple in Georgia could not be located today.
Terrill Crane's attorney, Don Samuel, told The Associated Press after an initial court appearance for his client today that there are doubts about some of the allegations relating to how old the girls were. He also said that Crane's wife did not destroy any evidence.
Samuel said, "She was told there was some investigation and said, 'Let me know,' and nothing happened."
It's legal in Georgia to have consensual sex with someone under 16, but under federal law it is illegal to take pornographic photos of someone under the age of 18.
Federal prosecutors said that a photo shop employee contacted the Atlanta Police Department in 2000 because he was concerned about the content of film developed for Terrill Crane, and that photos were provided to police over the next two years.
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