In nine days, Josh Dagar will be convicted of child pornography in December 2021.
As usual in such cases, Josh’s friends and family wrote letters to the judge urging him to be lenient in sentencing.
The letters from Josh’s wifemothers and neighbors shed light on how his closest ones look at him.
Surprisingly, being a doomed predator didn’t seem to hurt Josh, who stood among his loved ones.
Duggars, as always, are fools, and insiders say Anna still believes that Josh was set up.
Meanwhile, Michelle Dagar wrote to the judge about how well Josh owns the money, as if it somehow reduces the suffering of his many victims.
Fortunately, not every Daggar is blind to the atrocities Josh committed and to the destruction he inflicted.
Amy Dagar celebrated when Josh was found guiltyand now she made it clear to his followers that she hoped he would receive the maximum punishment for his crimes.
“First of all Josh is cheerful, charismatic, kind and all, my aunt [Michelle] listed in the letter, ”Amy tweeted over the weekend.
“But there is a sinister side. The side to it from which your skin crawls. You can’t ignore what he did many years ago and what he was caught looking at! Are they misleading? ” She asked, echoing the feelings of many critics of the family.
“I will continue to cover the darkest places. Just pray that Josh Dagar will be sentenced. 20+ years “.
From there, Amy turned her attention to Anna, reminding her long-suffering wife that Josh had never been faithful – that he had run the business and cared for sex workers long before he was arrested.
“Dear Anna, how can you call your husband devoted and faithful? Have you forgotten about his account of Ashley Madison? Danica Dylan?” She asked, referring to the past a prostitute who claims she was attacked by Josh.
“Have you forgotten that he has had a great deal of porn addiction over the years? No loving, honest, devoted husband will ever be so disrespectful to his wife.”
Amy further reminded her followers that predators often support the facade of respectable pillars of their communities.
“The abusers are not all the shady men hiding in the alleys,” she wrote.
“They are among your friends, classmates, colleagues, family, etc …. they are sociable, liked, charismatic, even charming, which makes it much more important to act accordingly when they are betrayed,” – continued Anna.
“Wake up people. Stop living in denial. ”
Anna’s mother, Dina Dagar, was just as outraged by letters from Josh’s wife and mother, and she made her point clear in a scathing Instagram post:
“I’m angry, offended and just can’t believe some people’s stupidity !!!!” Dean wrote about this on Instagram, according to The Ashley’s Reality Roundup.
Next, Dean called the situation “absolutely disgusting.”
She even apologized for ever appearing with Amy on television “with these people.”
Anna and Dean’s anger is justified by the content of the letters, which do not mention Josh’s crimes, but instead argue that he should be released from prison simply because he spends time with his children and saves money.
“Joshua has a tender heart and is sympathetic to others,” wrote Michelle Dagar.
“Joshua has always been a positive and cheerful person,” she continued.
“He is financially smart – saves money for the future and does not intend to get into debt. He provides well for his family, works hard and thinks of creative ways to support and care for his wife and children. He is also generous and shares his resources with others in need. ”
The judge also received letters from the innocent young victims of Josh and their outraged parents.
“I can’t find the words to express the anger I feel towards those involved in this evil, or my contempt for any attempt to minimize responsibility through weak allegations that the crime was ‘victimless,'” they wrote. parents.
“My daughter is a real person. She was a horrible victim to provide this source of “entertainment”. She is exploited every time the image of her suffering is copied, sold or sold. “
“Don’t you know that no one should do that to a little girl! Don’t you know it hurts! ” wrote the child of this parent.
Josh’s sentencing is scheduled for May 25.
Hopefully his appearance in court will be his last when he leaves the cell for a very, very long time.