July 17, 2024
John Dompierre

A sex trafficker – accused of raping a teenager – learned the hard way not to lie on the stand.

John Dompierre pleaded guilty to perjury on Monday and is facing five years in prison. The 58-year-old testified falsely in November that a condition made him “incapable of sexual activity” and he “could not have committed the crimes charged,” according to a plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court. The pedophile said in his plea deal that, “while it is true” that he suffers from the condition, it did not make him incapable of sexual activity and he was even on medication to treat it. His attorney did not respond to a request for comment Thursday. If a federal judge accepts the plea deal, the U.S. Attorney’s Office will file a motion to dismiss the charges from the sex-trafficking case, which ended in a hung jury the first time around. Court records state the sex terrorist, who lives in Arizona, is a longtime veteran who worked for Department of Veteran’s Affairs after 23 years serving in the Air Force. At the time of his trial, the child rapist was facing federal charges of conspiracy and one count of transportation for illegal sexual activity in a 2018 case. The child molester was one of several people charged in a nationwide ring, based in Albuquerque, that trafficked adult and teenage girls using such online sites as Backpage. During his trial, according to court records, federal prosecutors asserted Dompierre had transported women for sex trafficking and also raped a teenage girl. Prosecutors called Dompierre’s testimony about why he was not guilty an “absurd defense.” The case against this white pedophile ended in a mistrial when they could not reach a unanimous verdict. Jurors split 11 to one to convict. But according to court records, it was later revealed Dompierre had not been truthful on the stand and his attorneys used his lies in his defense. Dompierre wrote in his plea agreement: “I knew it was false.” “My false statements were material to the criminal trial because they formed the substantial basis for my defense: that I could not have formed the necessary intent due to the claimed effects of my medical condition, which I falsely claimed was unmedicated during the charged time period,” he said in the plea deal. Since his plea, the white brute has requested his conditions of release – which include a GPS monitor – be modified to allow him unsupervised visits with his grandchildren.

Source: https://www.abqjournal.com/news/local/man-admits-perjury-in-abq-sex-trafficking-case/article_c844056e-d4bb-5524-897b-3db3b890f1ad.html

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