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Utah man convicted of child porn possession sentenced to 210 days in jail
By: Spencer BurtPosted at 5:25 PM, May 17, 2020 and last updated 4:25 PM, May 17, 2020
SALT LAKE CITY - A Utah man was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to possessing child pornography.
DouglasEugene Saltsman, age 40 of Sandy, was sentenced to 210 days in jail - with credit for 148 days previously served - and 48 months of probation for three second-degree felony counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.
Saltsman was arrested in December after investigators say they found thousands of images and videos of child pornography on electronic devices seized during a search of his home in August. He was charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. Each charge contained graphic descriptions of videos where young girls were being sexually abused.
Saltsman pleaded guilty on March 19 to three counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. The seven other counts were dismissed with prejudice.
According to court documents, he stated in his guilty plea: "I knowingly possessed, on my computer at least three images of child pornography that depicted … sexual abuse of young prepubescent minors."
During the search of Saltsman's home, police say they also discovered a drug lab in a closet. He was not charged with any drug offenses.
These sick fucks are everywhere in UTAH and other states.
Something going down in Romney state Utah re: pedo's???
Jesse Paul Murff (Wasatch County Sheriff's Office)
Utah guardian allegedly raped girl for years and threatened to kill her family if she ever spoke out
39-year-old Jesse Paul Murff had a warrant out for his arrest for numerous child sex offenses and had reportedly been actively evading law enforcement.
HEBER CITY, UTAH: A man is facing 26 charges after police said he sexually abused and raped a child repeatedly over a period of several years.
The Heber City Police Department (HCPD) was contacted by the Davis County Sheriff's Office regarding 39-year-old Jesse Paul Murff, a wanted person, after he was spotted in the Heber area, according to a press release.
The DCSO had been searching for Murff, who had a warrant out for his arrest for numerous child sex offenses and had reportedly been actively evading law enforcement. It was suspected that he was attempting to flee the state to escape capture.
HCPD officers located Murff's vehicle traveling through the city on Main Street, and with the help of Davis County undercover deputies and Utah Highway Patrol, conducted a "high risk" traffic stop to take him into custody.
According to court documents obtained by KUTV, Murff had raped and sexually assaulted the victim from the age of 10. He allegedly threatened the child and told her he would hurt her if she ever told anyone about the abuse.
He is said to have held a position of trust over the child, giving him easy access to her. While his relationship with her is still unclear, Utah's definition of a person with a position of trust, as per criminal code "76-5-404.1. Sexual abuse of a child - aggravated sexual abuse of a child, includes 23 definitions.
This would mean he could have been anyone from an adoptive parent, to a coach, to a doctor, to a religious leader, a teacher, or more.
Murff is facing four counts of object rape, all first-degree felonies; three counts of rape, all first-degree felonies; five counts of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, all first-degree felonies; six counts of forcible sodomy, all first-degree felonies; four counts of forcible sex abuse, all second degree-felonies; one count of dealing in materials harmful to a minor, a third-degree felony; two counts of lewdness involving a child, both class A misdemeanors; and one count of lewdness, a class B misdemeanor.
The HCPD also booked one firearm into evidence and seized his phone and laptop as evidence. Additional evidence was turned over to the Davis County Sheriff's Office.
He is currently being held at the Wasatch County Jail on a $500,000 bail.
Murff's arrest comes less than a week after a Utah CEO admitted to having more than 13,000 files of child pornography, including some that depicted rape and bestiality.
DouglasEugene Saltsman, 40, was found to have devices that contained thousands of files of child pornography. One of the files consisted of a compilation video of prepubescent girls under the age of 8, some of them just toddlers, being raped. Other files obtained from a laptop, a black computer, an SSD storage device, and an SD card, contained child sex abuse imagery involving toddlers. They showed the children bound and raped.
He struck a plea deal with prosecutors that saw most of his 11 charges dropped in exchange for him pleading guilty to three second-degree felony charges of sexual exploitation of a minor. While he was facing 15 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, he was sentenced to just 210 days in prison and 48 months probation.
By Akshay Pai
Updated On : 01:43 PST, May 26, 2020
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13 THOUSAND videos and images
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>>9324298 DouglasEugene Saltsman age 40
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13,000 nasty rape videos of bound toddlers gets away with only seven months in jail
WTF is this slap on the wrist them sob stroy how he hates himself excuse:
–Utah CEO caught with 13,000 nasty rape videos of bound toddlers gets away with only seven months in jail DouglasEugene Saltsman had pleaded guilty to three second-degree felony charges of sexual exploitation of a minor last month–
Published on : 02:32 PST, May 16, 2020
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH: A Utah CEO who pleaded guilty to having more than 13,000 files of child pornography, including some that depicted rape and bestiality, was sentenced by a judge to less than one year in prison.
DouglasEugene Saltsman, 40, considered to be a "computer genius" after founding a now-defunct blockchain and cryptocurrency in Sandy, first came to the attention of authorities after they were alerted to an internet provider address sharing child pornography using a peer-to-peer file-sharing program.
Detectives obtained a search warrant and, with the help of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, raided his home on May 7, 2019. They seized his electronic devices, which were found to contain thousands of files of child pornography, according to KUTV.
One of the files consisted of a compilation video of prepubescent girls under the age of 8, some of them just toddlers, being raped. Other files obtained from a laptop, a black computer, an SSD storage device, and an SD card, contained child sex abuse imagery involving toddlers. They showed the children bound and raped.
After submitting the files to the law enforcement portal of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, police learned that 279 of them depicted known identified child victims.
Police also found "disturbing videos of Douglas Saltsman engaged (in) sexual intercourse with several unconscious women," and a "clandestine drug lab of some sort" in a downstairs bedroom closet. They had to call the Sandy Fire Department and hazmat team to ensure the lab was not a public safety hazard.
Saltsman was initially facing 11 charges in connection to the files but struck a deal with prosecutors last month where most of them were dropped in exchange for him pleading guilty to three second-degree felony charges of sexual exploitation of a minor.
During his sentencing this past week, the 40-year-old, who was facing 15 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, apologized for his behavior.
"I just want to say that every day I wake up to shame, guilt, regret, and disgust," he told the court. "When I did the psychosexual evaluation all I could talk about was confusion and compulsive behaviors, talk about downloading, viewing, and masturbating to child pornography."
"I didn't understand why I would think these things. I started seeing a psychiatrist right after that," he continued. "I was prescribed medication and I began therapy. That's when I started to understand some of the deeper mental issues. I learned that my self-destructive behavior matches my self-hatred."
"I want to repair the damage I have done, that I see that I have done. I want to be able to look at myself in the mirror. I'm sorry. I'll make sure this never happens again, you'll never see me."
Prosecutor Cynthia Poulsen pointed out to Judge Douglas Hogan that Saltsman had only talked about himself and not the victims, but the judge suspended the recommendations for a lengthy prison term. Instead, he sentenced Saltsman to 210 days in prison with credit for the 148 days he had already spent behind bars and ordered that he serve 48 months of probation with Adult Probation & Parole (AP&P) after his release.
"He'll be subject to group A sex offender conditions," he added. "He'll need to undergo and complete successfully sex offender treatment and therapy. He will also need to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with any recommended treatment."
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