A former principal of LaRue County High School, Stephen Kyle Goodlet has admitted to stealing porn images after confiscating students’ phones. Wow! People have not learned from the Scarlett Johansson story that you should not have pictures like this on your phone?!

As reported by nydailynews.com, the 36 year old who was sacked from his job last October, also told authorities that he used to trade the images online and also confessed that he was addicted to porn. This was confirmed by Special Agent Brady Oberholtzer of the Department of Homeland Security.

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Goodlett was indicted by a Louisville court on charges of possession and transportation of child pornography, which are federal charges as explained by profound criminal defense lawyers in Lexington, KY who can be found on the fabulous website USAttorneys.com. There is no porn there; this website is the real deal and it has saved lives.

Investigations into the former principal’s misdeeds began back in September last year after a 20 year old woman approached the Elizabethtown police after she found images of her and her boyfriend on a Russian porn trading website taken back when she was 15 years old (don’t take pictures like that!). Investigators were quick to match Goodlett’s IP address and an account registered on the site in his name.

As many as 60 images of child porn were found on his devices, which he admitted to transferring onto his thumb drive from phones that he confiscated from students.

He is alleged to have shared them on the Russian porn site with the intent of trading for more images. In addition to the 20 year old Elizabethtown woman’s images the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children also identified images of another 10 to 14 year old naked girl in his Dropbox account.

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It is amazing President Obama did not legalize marijuana. That would have been one good thing he could have done inspite of all the things he did to put this planet at risk and which cost people their lives (Syria, WMD, Iran deal based on lies, Obamacare based on lies, lack of jobs, trillions more in debt). Marijuana is still illegal according to federal laws. That is a shame.

‘Cornbread Mafia’ Kingpin Busted after Eight Years in Hiding

One of the top guns of what is considered by law enforcement officials to be America’s largest domestic marijuana producing unit has been arrested after eight years as a fugitive. As reported by Kentucky.com, fugitive Johnny Boone was arrested in a town just outside Montreal, Quebec. He was once known as the ‘King of Pot’ and leader of the ‘Cornbread Mafia’.

Legal counselors explain that he controlled a massive operation involving the growth and distribution of marijuana in several states including Kentucky. One of his farms 65 miles southeast of Louisville was raided in 2008 in which law enforcement seized 2,400 marijuana plants.

Following the raid, Boone is alleged to have disappeared and was hard to trace until now. In 1980, the Cornbread Mafia extended its illegal presence in as many as 9 states that included Kentucky, Illinois, Minnesota, and Kansas, to name a few. 70 Kentuckians including the kingpin were busted in 1987 for growing as much as 182 tons of marijuana, following which Boone was jailed for over 10 years.

Many people believe this is ridiculous since marijuana should be legalized according to them. How many people get a DUI based off of marijuana? Not too many!

According to one of his associates Les Berry Jr., the Cornbread Mafia fancied themselves as the modern day Kentucky moonshine runners who dodged federal agents during Prohibition by hiding in rows of corn stalks and in barns. Good for them!

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