Friday, September 07, 2007

The "C" stands for Creepy

It's one of those rare and wonderful moments in life.
Arlington, VA - A former Arlington little league coach will be sentenced Friday for possessing child pornography that two judges described as the most-disturbing evidence they have ever seen.

Fifty-one-year old Charles Rust-Tierney pleaded guilty in May.

Court documents indicate Rust-Tierney, a former president of the Virginia Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, used his 10-year-old son's computer to purchase several subscriptions to child pornography web sites and downloaded other illegal materials.

The videos described in the complaint reportedly depict graphic forcible intercourse with prepubescent females, some as young as four years old.

Arlington police say since Rust-Tierney's arrest, they have not identified any little league players who may have had inappropriate contact with him.

Two judges refused to release the defendant on bond because of the disturbing nature of the charges and the graphic material in evidence.
He was sentenced to seven years in prison and ten years' suspended sentence. The sentence is one year less than the minimum. He will serve the time in a minimum security prison.

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