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Josh Duggar Prosecutors Call Anna & Michelle's Defense Of Alleged Child Molester 'Baffling'

After a delay of over a month, next week brings the long-awaited sentencing of Josh Duggar after he was found guilty of receiving and possession of child pornography back in December.

Before Judge Timothy L. Brooks decides on the 19 Kids and Counting alum’s fate, folks on either side get to have their say with letters. We’ve already seen what the mother of one of his victims had to say — as well as his wife Anna Duggar and mother Michelle Duggar.

It’s these latter letters that the prosecution has now had a chance to respond to. In case you haven’t seen, Anna wrote about her hubby:

Michelle also complimented her son as a family man, writing:

Ladies, the problem isn’t how he treats his own children (gah, we hope!), it’s how he looks at other people’s children that makes him a threat to society!

Related: The Story Of The ‘Most Offensive’ Thing Josh Is Accused Of Downloading

But don’t listen to what we have to say. Just check out the prosecution’s savage response to the family’s letters! They blast Josh’s legal arguments for leniency, writing to the judge in docs obtained by The Sun:

Are they just quoting here? Or are they implying that sarcastic finger-quote thing? Hmm. They continue:

Oh man, that last little addition — reminding of “his trafficking in CSAM”, or “child sexual abuse material.” It’s shade but also, we mean… just facts. They family is talking about protecting his children from any consequences from what he did to other people’s children.

The prosecutors also blasted his argument that he’s being treated more harshly because of his reality TV background. They write:

Yep! Even though he’s famous — and everything he does isn’t exactly under the radar — he still went through with what he did. Not just the CSAM, the

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After a delay of over a month, next week brings the long-awaited sentencing of Josh Duggar after he was found guilty of receiving and possession of child pornography back in December.
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