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The Department of Justice crackdown on suspected child predators within government child protective agencies is picking up steam.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey announced:

An Atlantic County, New Jersey, man who was previously employed by the N.J. Department of Child Protection and Permanency (NJDCP&P) was charged today for allegedly receiving, distributing and producing images of child sexual abuse, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

Kayan Frazier, 27, of Somers Point, New Jersey, is charged by complaint with one count of producing visual depictions of a child engaged in sexually explicit conduct, one count of receipt of child pornography and one count of distribution of child pornography. Frazier is expected to appear this afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen M. Williams in Camden federal court.

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According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court:

After receiving a report of images of child sexual abuse distributed via Tumblr, law enforcement officers identified Frazier, who was then employed as a case worker at NJDCP&P, as the sender.  On April 12, 2019, the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office obtained a search warrant for Frazier’s residence and, while executing the warrant, observed Frazier in the company of a minor. Law enforcement officers recovered thousands of additional images of child pornography on Frazier’s cellular telephone and other electronic media, which included images of the minor at his residence.

Frazier was arrested on April 15, 2019, by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office and charged with child endangerment, and has been detained without bail.

The receipt and distribution of child pornography offenses each carry a mandatory minimum sentence of five years in prison, a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison, and a $250,000 fine. The production of child pornography carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years in prison, a maximum potential penalty of 30 years in prison, and a $250,000 fine.

U.S. Attorney Carpenito credited special agents of FBI, Atlantic City Resident Agency, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Gregory W. Ehrie in Newark; the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, under the direction of Prosecutor Damon Tyner; the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Office, under the direction of Sheriff Eric Scheffler; the N.J. State Police, under the direction of Col. Patrick J. Shanahan; and the N.J. Human Services Police with the investigation.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorney Diana Vondra Carrig of the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s Criminal Division in Camden.

The charges and allegations in the complaint are merely accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

U.S. Attorney’s announcement ends

Meanwhile…

Harold “H.L.” Moody, an Arkansas government youth program coordinator who was arrested for allegedly participating in child porn video chat room sessions, oversaw ticket sales for a fundraiser featuring presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in his capacity as a Democrat Party official.

The media’s virtual blackout of the Harold Moody story is disturbing, considering the ties between Clinton and Moody, who were photographed together. Moody has met both Bill and Hillary Clinton, according to documented evidence.

Harold Moody was arrested in November for distribution and possession of child pornography after he was caught repeatedly in chat rooms in which he and others were sharing child pornography, including at least one video of adults having sex with a child. Moody pleaded not guilty.

I’ve heard of White privilege but never Perv privilege – i am not the Juke Box at Waffle House…I do not play on demand…” Moody told fellow users in the chat room in response to video requests.

Moody was spokesman for the Democratic Party of Arkansas during the 2016 election and was previously the chairman of the Pulaski County Democratic Committee.

The Clinton Foundation set up a health initiative in Pulaski County, Arkansas, where Moody worked for Pulaski County Youth Services. The Clinton Foundation also co-presented an award to the head of Pulaski County Youth Services, where Moody was working at the time of his arrest. A separate Pulaski County Youth Services employee was also arrested for allegedly raping a 14-year old.

Moody served as Pulaski County Youth Services’ special events coordinator. He was fired not only for child porn but also for smoking meth at his desk.

In November 2017, another employee of Pulaski County Youth Services was arrested for the alleged late-night rape of a 14-year old boy in a parked car.

In his capacity as state Democrat Party spokesman, Moody oversaw the selling of tickets to a Hillary Clinton fundraiser in July 2015.

The Times Record reported in 2015: “State Democratic Party spokesman H.L. Moody said the party sold all 1,600 floor seats for the $200-a-plate dinner, then began selling $15 arena seats. He estimated the audience at over 2,000 people — former state Highway Commissioner John Burkhalter said onstage that more than 2,500 were present — and said the party had raised about $450,000, enough to cover its entire annual budget. On Friday, Trump spoke to about 1,000 people in Hot Springs. He said during his speech that the Democratic Party had cut ticket prices to lure people to its event. Moody disputed that claim. “I reject the notion that we reduced ticket prices,” he said. “The floor seats sold for a higher ticket price than we’ve ever sold them before, and they also sold faster than they’ve ever sold before, and that’s why we opened the arena seats. The original plan did not call for arena seats, but we had to open them up because there was so much demand for tickets.’”

Moody praised Hillary Clinton in an interview with the Arkansas Times after Clinton’s defeat in the 2016 election and said that Bill Clinton’s presidential election in 1992 inspired him to get into politics.

“I think Secretary Clinton summed it up best when she said (at a charity gala on Nov. 16) that there were days when she wanted to curl up and never leave the house. I totally get that, but, as somebody that pays the electric bill by working in politics, I just don’t have that luxury. Also, the longer I am lying down and feeling bad, the longer they can say the DPA is dead, and that’s simply not the case,” Moody said in the interview.

“But then in 1992, when [Bill Clinton], who I had met at the duck calling contest in Stuttgart many times, was running, it suddenly became, almost in a way, personal for me. I think I was 12 or 11 at that point, so there wasn’t much I could do other than watch and learn. What I remember most is on election night, when [Clinton] won, I saw the live television footage of downtown Little Rock and the celebration and I knew I should have been there, that that was exactly where I was supposed to be. I guess since then I’ve been trying to get back to that place,” Moody said in the interview.

Clinton’s links to Pulaski County and Pulaski County Youth Services are numerous.

Pulaski County Youth Services executive director Jamie Scott was honored as a 2017 Class of Presidential Leadership Scholar by the Clinton, Bush, Bush, and LBJ Centers, according to the Clinton Foundation website. Scott also served on Governor Beebe’s task force for abused and neglected children.

Pulaski County Youth Services managed a $16,000 grant to implement an after-school cooking workshop in Arkansas schools after three University of Arkansas Clinton School students won a commitment for the program at the Clinton Global Initiative. “The Blue & You Foundation grant funds will be managed by Pulaski County Youth Services,” according to a Clinton School news item in 2010.

The former program development coordinator at Pulaski County Youth Services was also a Clinton Health Matters Initiative partner, according to LinkedIn.

The Clinton Presidential Center and Pulaski County Youth Services offered diaper pick-ups for people supposedly impacted by a  government shutdown, as promoted by the Clinton Foundation.

The Clinton Foundation’s Clinton Health Matters Initiative laid out a “Central Arkansas Blueprint for Action” that confirmed the Health Matters Initiative is based in Pulaski County:

“Geographically located in Central Arkansas, Pulaski County is known as the largest county and forms the core of Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Conway, one of Arkansas’ eight Metropolitan Statistical Areas it is defined by the United States Census Bureau, as a six-county area in central Arkansas, and anchored by state’s capital and largest city. With such a rich history of southern hospitality, culture, and diversity, Pulaski County has an evolving cadre of bustling economic developments, a rapid influx of diverse populations and cultures, a thriving community for the arts and sciences, and a deep appreciation for the natural state which 386,299 Pulaski County residents call home,” according to the Clinton Foundation.

“Due to Pulaski County’s central location, and the extensive network of the CHMI partners, the outcomes of the “Blueprint for Action” will be realized throughout Central Arkansas and impact communities, families, and individuals beyond the geographic boundaries of Pulaski County,” according to the Clinton Foundation.

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