Skip to comments.Man who led protest supporting Black Lives Matter arrested on child pornography charges
Posted on 07/17/2020 10:22:14 AM PDT by Impala64ssa
A man who led Black Lives Matter protests in New Hampshire last month has been indicted on child pornography charges, according to a new report.
Chris DeVries, 37, of Jackson, New Hampshire, led a protest on June 21 dubbed "Skate Away the Hate," which encouraged participants to ride skateboards down a local highway to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement. If we divest funds from police and prison systems, we all benefit, DeVries said during the event, according to the Conway Daily Sun. Those funds can go to local communities and social services. DeVries has been charged with six counts of possessing child sexual abuse images, one count of possession of psilocybin mushrooms, and one of falsifying physical evidence, local physical evidence, local police said.
The child pornography charges carry a sentence of up to 15 years in prison and a $4,000 fine. The drug offenses are punishable by up to seven years in prison. Jackson Police Chief Chris Perley told the newspaper on Sunday he could not comment on the case, which remains active.
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Defunding the police is in the best interests of pervs like this and the rest of BLM/anQUEEFa. Were there any BLMers invited to Epstein's magic island?
The police love nothing better than to catch sick people like you.
And your prison mates will love you too.
BTW, we always knew that you BLM types were people of great character.
Typical violent Democrat pervert.
They will probably release him with no bail. Pathetic.
I really, really hope not. You’re probably right but I hope not.
The funny thing is, these dudes look just like you would imagine they would.
Divest funds from prisons? If he’s
convicted he can get bread and water,
no TV, no cell phone...
“This is cruel and unusual punishment!”
“Feel your pain, dude.Out of my
hands.Budget cuts for the prison
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