• American jailed for sharing intimate photos with underage wife

  • Resident of the U.S. state North Dakota was jailed for three years, finding the messages of an intimate nature with a 17-year-old girl who became his wife. It is reported by the Minot Daily News.

    The arrest of 36-year-old Thomas Drumgold second Hannibal (Hannibal Thomas Drumgold II), who is already in prison on charges of selling drugs, was extended during a hearing July 12 in the district court of the city of Minot. In 2016, the men found pornographic material, which were sealed his future wife. At the moment before her 18th birthday was only a few months.

    According to the publication, the girl (name withheld) wrote a letter to the court with a request to remove the spouse from all charges. It is noted that judge Todd Cresap (Todd Cresap) has already reduced the sentence from five to three years, taking into account the young age of the wife and two children, which brings the wrongdoer from another woman.

    After his release Drumgod will have to report to law enforcement personnel accused of sexual crime. These measures will apply to men at least 15 years, or throughout his life.

    In November 2016 it became known, the teacher of one of the high schools in the U.S. state Connecticut was jailed for three years for relations with two underage students and sending erotic messages.


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