Josh Duggar's Police Records Have Been Destroyed

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Apparently the records pertaining to the 2006 investigation of Josh Duggar have been destroyed by the Arkansas police. A spokesman told the AP that “Judge Stacey Zimmerman ordered the 2006 offense report destroyed Thursday.” Zimmerman did not return the AP’s request for comment.

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Via the AP:

“’The judge ordered us yesterday to expunge that record,’” Lewis said, adding that similar records are typically kept indefinitely. “As far as the Springdale Police Department is concerned, this report doesn’t exist.”

Neither Duggar nor his father, a former state representative, returned calls seeking comment Friday.”

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Meanwhile, Arkansas politicians like Mike Huckabee and Senator Bart Hester, continue to rally around parents that hid behind religion in order to protect their abusive son. [Page Six]


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White privilege is having agents of the state and a presidential candidate protect you despite being an incestuous child rapist. Imagine if this dude wasn’t a white guy. It’s truly baffling so many people are unwilling/unable to have a modicum of empathy for people like Tamir Rice but are more than willing to defend the reputation of people like this.

There is no word in the English language to adequately capture the level of disgusting depravity of evangelical culture.