Amy Dugar Can’t believe her family members asked the judge to allow her cousin Josh Duggar A small sentence for her child pornography crime and to be honest, neither can we!
It’s no secret that 35-year-old Josh has been an outspoken critic for years, and now, he Really Family members later expressed their feelings about the whole situation Michelle And Anna Duggar He wrote a letter of humility to the judge on May 25 before announcing his official sentence.
The two women wrote long notes to try and persuade the judge to reduce his sentence. In the letter, his wife Anna described him as “considerate, respectful, quick to forgive, patient, and truly kind.” Meanwhile, mother Michelle said she has “friends and family who love and support her husband, father and business owner and in her power to succeed as a person both now and in the future!” Other positive comments came from the family, Dugar’s neighbor LaCount ReberWho let Josh stay in his house under house arrest, a priest and much more.
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But how much humility is the team actually looking for? His legal team begged behind bars for just five years. (We know, presumptuous!) However, prosecutors sentenced Josh to 20 years in prison and a 250,000 fine. Needless to say, Amy couldn’t agree more with their sentence!
On Thursday, he accepted Instagram story To share that he hopes that 19 children and counting Alum was jailed for at least 20 years for his “sick” crime:
“Thanks to everyone who arrived. Please do not send me graphic / sick details of Josh Dugar’s case. I really need to protect my mind and my heart from hearing / reading such disgusting material. If you are interested in graphic details to protect your mind and heart, please remind me to be careful. You don’t have to be exactly the same. I will continue to shine a light in the darkest areas. Please just pray that Josh Dugar is given the final punishment. 20+ years. “
But that’s not the only thing he had to say.
Amy then blasts Anna and Michelle Twitter To be “delusional” and to praise Josh, write:
“It simply came to our notice then. I have a lot to say and I am not afraid anymore. First of all Josh is funny, charismatic, kind and all the things listed in my aunt’s letter. But there is a downside. One aspect of it that makes your skin crawl. You can’t ignore what he did years ago, and what he saw! Are they confusing? “
And if you don’t think her position was clear enough, Mom finally told everyone to “wake up” and “stop living in denial,” posting a quote that read:
“Abusers are not all shadowy men hiding in the alleys. They are among your friends, classmates, coworkers, family, etc … They are sociable, well-liked, charismatic, even charming, which makes it even more important to act accordingly when expelling them. “
Wake up man. Stop living in denial. pic.twitter.com/5hAXtGXV6a
– Amy Rachel King (amyduggar) May 13, 2022
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[Image via Amy Duggar/Instagram, Washington County Sheriff’s Office]