I've been researching how anonymous letters are treated, and judges, from the articles I read, will typically hand them over to the police. In this one article I was reading, the anonymous letter writer asked if this letter is going to be used as evidence, for it to be sealed, and the judge said no to the sealed part, and it opened up a whole can of worms.
I want to write to the court, because according the transcripts, the person that put the bond up for him, was sticking up for him, saying, how there were no actual victims, and how he was just watching pedofile p 0 r n.
But that is not true in this case. There is more to it than that. Apparently, my ex received soliticitation from a government agent, posing as a pedofile p 0 r n distributor, and my ex went on and on via email about what he liked to do to under aged girls and boys.
He is out on bail, and he is allowed to work, as long as where he is going there are no children present. The judge, according to his background, has extensive experience with these types of crimes. The transcripts mention repeatedly, how when he is escorted, he is not to be around children of any kind.
I am thinking that know what kind of scumbag this guy is. My husband is concerned with me getting dragged in the mud, and that is where I am concerned too.
If I write the letter, even leaving my name out, if the letter is ever read out loud, definitely, at least HE would know who it is. I am not concerned with retalitiation from this scumbag.
I am a stay at home mom now, to two children, and I guess my husband is concerned that I may be opening up a can of worms. He is looking out for our immediate family, but at he same time, the judge should know.
I dont think its an accident that I found this information about his arraignment.
Will anonymous letter protect me? Who knows, maybe there are other girls out there that are doing the same thing. I have access to court files because of my profession, but maybe the prosecutor put out some information. Maybe I should also write the letter to the prosecution?