Fort Worth Naked Man Sentenced To 18 Years In Prison

naked man Fort Worth Naked Man Sentenced To 18 Years In Prison

(credit: Tarrant Co. District Attorney's Office)

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) — You knew the story wouldn’t end well when it began with a 57-year-old man wandering around his Fort Worth workplace — naked.

A judge in Fort Worth recently sentenced Kenneth Clyde Jackson to a total of 18 years in prison.

During the trial prosecutors presented evidence that on July 3, 2010, police officers found Jackson at the Regal Plastics warehouse, off East Loop 820.

Officers were not only interested in why Jackson was at the warehouse, but why it was he didn’t have on any clothes. When questioned, Jackson said he was at the warehouse catching up on work and was naked because he was hot.

When officers took Jackson back to his workstation, presumably to get his clothes, they saw child pornography pulled up on his computer.

“His job description didn’t include prancing around naked while looking at child pornography,” Assistant District Attorney Martin Purselley said in a press release statement.

When police ordered Jackson to present some type of identification he told them it could be found in the glove compartment of his car. Officers not only found the ID, the glove box also contained a bag of what appeared to be marijuana.

Jackson apparently learned little from the July arrest since he was taken into custody three months later for standing in his garage, naked as children rode by on their bicycles.

Jackson was sentenced to 10 years in prison for possessing child pornography and eight years in prison for indecent exposure. The sentences were ‘stacked’, meaning the defendant cannot begin to serve the sentence in a subsequent conviction until the sentence in the preceding conviction is completed.

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  1. JustAThought says:

    Eight years for the indecent exposure charge and Erykah Badu gets off with a $500 fine for stripping in Dealey Plaza.

    1. NiteNurse says:

      Honey Ms. Badu didn’t have child porn on her computer like this dude had. It wasn’t the nudity that got him all the jail time it was THE CHILD PORN!!!

      1. DDR says:

        True. Eight years for indecent exposure is extreme, but you have to put it in the context of what he was doing while nude, and the fact that he exposed himself again, months later, by standing in his garage nude while kids rode by on their bikes. The good news is that he has a decent chance of dying in prison.

      2. BigBrotherIsNowGodAlmighty says:

        This is just another made up story after the coup and cover up like most things that get national attention.

        Unelected officials have taken over Washington and are orchestrating the daily news. Most of the comments and replies you’re reading online are government created too. With many stories the COMMENTS ARE CREATED BEFORE THE STORY IS REPORTED. They are designed to generate a response to engage “dangerous people” in real time.

        The oldest, first, highest, best, and most popular rated comments are almost all government propaganda. They are conducting Psy-ops (psychological operations) for domestic spying. They have 1000s of user names and are determined to bury the truth or ATTACK anyone leaking it.

        Our next election is shaping up to be as big of a sham as the last. Do you know why Sarah Palin’s bus tour was really canceled? Do you know why she stayed 30 miles away from the second debate and chose the death of Steve Jobs to announce that she’s not running? Know what leaked out? Sarah Palin and Cain aren’t in the race for the same reason, the truth leaked out.
        http://PalinsDirtyLittleSecret.blogspot.com

      3. Tommy Jefferson says:

        No, JustAThought is right. It was 10 years for the CHILD PORN and 8 years for indeent exposure.

      4. LittlesisterisneverGawdaltogether says:

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      5. Jcaus says:

        I’m sorry, but you people are complaining that a twisted freak is going to be spending a little extra time in jail on a technicality?? Good for the judge for maximixing the penality on both charges!!

      6. wmroc says:

        Only if he worked at the Pentagon or if only he’d been in government law enforcement could he have pulled off that caper. Or if he had been a cohort of Larry King at the Franklin Savings and Loan or a priest or a boy scout leader – but even some of these have gotten charged and prosecuted.

      7. Ms pickles says:

        Well at least she should get the same punishiment for indecent exposure.
        It wasn’t a pretty sight in her case either.

      8. Young Jeezy says:

        Sorry NiteNurse but he got 8 years for the nudity and 10 years for the kitty porn. Both sentences are extreme. You could literally kill someone and get far less years. Please read the entire article before you try to correct someone by commenting. Erykah Badu took her clothes off in front of plenty of children and she only got a small fine. Besides Badu is a nasty looking chick that no one wants to look at naked. I think we all agree that this guy is a sicko but he clearly has mental problems. 18 years for some kitty porn, marijuana and indecent exposure is simply ridiculous and I have no doubt this will be over turned on appeal. This judge is out of control . This guy should never get 8 years for public nudity and 10 years for child porn. Both are bad crimes but they do no warrant an 18 year sentence.

    2. jim says:

      BigRoyher- This story is also in the Ft.Worth news.If it’s not true this guy will own several news outlets with lawsuits,,,

    3. james g says:

      Which of the two would you like to have stripping in your neighborhood?

      One is clearly a threat– the other is just a talented idiot. The threat goes to prison. The non-threatening idiot pays a fine.

      Although it is rare, judges are allowed to use some common sense, should they actually have any.

      1. Young Jeezy says:

        How about neither one. Indecent exposure is just that. Why would it matter who is committing the crime. Thats like saying its somehow better to be murdered by a bikini model than your random thug. Its ridiculous for indecent exposure to even allow for a maximum of 8 years. I know this guy is seriously messed up but he did not kill anyone or even physically injury anyone and he will be behind bars for 20 years. That is truely insane.

    4. e says:

      that is because ms badu is fine and nobody…I mean even this guys wife considers seeing her husband nude a felony…

    5. Steve says:

      He was A timebomb waiting to happen.I think 18 years is not long enough.I guess we are all A little weird in our on sense but this takes weird to A totally different level.

    6. Zeb says:

      Yes- The scary black chick is the problem, not some repeat pervert contributing to the sexual abuse of children. Try thinking and not hating.

  2. jb80538 says:

    The indecent exposure isn’t what is sending the guy to prison. It’s the kiddy porn. He’ll have nice time meeting Bubba.

    1. Deskboy says:

      and when Bubba is through with him, he gets to meet Jerome.

      1. BizSnype says:

        Bubba and Jerome? Those sound like ethnic names? Why can’t he meet a nice guy in prison name Chad or Tyler or Kenneth?

      2. JustAGuy says:

        BizSnype, Chad, Tyler and Kenneth get their turn after Bubba and Jerome.

      3. Dirk Diggler says:

        What is an ethnic name?
        Where is your freedom of speech?
        Nazis!

      4. Incorrect politically says:

        Maybe BizSnype will publish a dictionary of “ethnic” names and other words that are off limits to white people. In other words, a book of what an”ethnic” person may think of as “code” we racists use. That should be interesting.

      5. Jcaus says:

        Biz… sorry to say, but according to prison population statistics, nearly 65% of inmates are black. And that’s a fact.

    2. Young Jeezy says:

      Did you read the damn article? He got 8 years for indecent exposure and 10 years for the child porn. I cant stand people that comment without bothering to read the article. This guy is a sicko but no way he deserves almost 20 years in prison for these two crimes. You cant be put in jail for what you might do in the future. Man there are a lot of just plain dumb people commenting on this article. Its agreed he is twisted but no way you get the same sentence as someone that literally murdered someone.

  3. jb says:

    The indecent exposure isn’t what is sending the guy to prison. It’s the kiddy porn. He’ll have nice time meeting Bubba.

    1. David says:

      Read the article. He’s getting 10 years for the child porn and 8 years for indecent exposure

      1. Josh says:

        I’m guessing indecent exposure to minors. Sooooo…. ya.

  4. Thomas Jeffery Egleston says:

    Why is Barney Frank still walking around free?

    1. stloony says:

      SNAP!

    2. vern says:

      Barney Frank works in an asylum.

    3. The Bobster says:

      No, that’s Bawney’s wuver.

    4. Pablo Cervantes says:

      Lack of evidence…although he WAS charged with “Assault with a dead weapon”.

    5. Zeb says:

      Get bent.

  5. Sam Sarsam says:

    Don’t touch my Swingline

    1. BBrent says:

      Dang Sam you beat me to it.

    2. office space guy says:

      sunna ma beech.. u beat me too

    3. Scott Martin says:

      The quote actually is “I believe you have my stapler…”

      1. Jcaus says:

        Yeeeeeeahhhhh, I’m gonna have to ask you to rot in jail.

  6. BBrent says:

    Have you seen my stapler!

  7. americanfirst says:

    I say throw the book at this pervert – that said, he is getting more prison time than any terrorist who’s actually killed Americans here or abroad thus far…
    guantanamo, fort hood, Abu Graib, you name it…

    1. Somebody says:

      Good point.

  8. rpc says:

    Looks a lot like Barney Frank.

    1. Uley says:

      It is his younger, better looking brother.

  9. Alex says:

    what a joke…. 18 years for pictures on a computer and walking around naked? did he kill anyone? no! in canada you kill someone you get 15 years… prancing around in usa naked gets you more time than murder.. its like yankees are living in a Police State.. oh ya, i forgot, they do… lol.. can you say NDAA?

    1. Andrew P. says:

      Yes, we are living in a quasi-police state. However, I would hope that regardless of the level of bureaucracy and security theater, the US will continue to strongly punish those who are involved in, or simply view, child pornography.

      I don’t care if he killed anyone, he showed his junk to a bunch of children, and (since he was watching child-porn) was probably hoping they would do the same. He deserved his punishment; it completely fit the crime.

      I can’t speak for Canada, or Canadians, but here in the United States, we don’t particularly like child predators. This guy may have gotten 18 years, but with any luck, he will only be alive for 1 of them. Even hardened criminals don’t like kiddy-diddlers.

    2. Baldy Kirby from Atlanta says:

      You folks REALLY have a serious reading comprehension problem.

      Did EVERYONE in this blog miss this?

      “Jackson apparently learned little from the July arrest since he was taken into custody three months later for standing in his garage, naked as children rode by on their bicycles”.

      Guess so. Must have been all those jet fuel fumes you all breathed from the 9-11 attacks… just ask Paul da Azzklown!

      1. james g says:

        Many only read the headline. It is hard to read sentences.

        If we would just throw more money in the direction of the teachers’ union…

    3. Kaththee says:

      Alex, He is attracted to children and he exposed himself to them. What part of that did you miss? They should lock him up and throw away the key. Plus we in the USA cannot help it if Canadians choose not to punish murderers especially when it happens here as well. Don’t worry he won’t serve all that time. The powers that be will let him out when he is still young enough to hurt children and he probably will.

    4. Geffen says:

      Hey Alex if you conuuks really want to have your criminals running around free to hurt more people that is your business, but I prefer that our criminals are either dead (capital punishment) or in jail.

  10. Hot Dude says:

    All the women I know tell me how hot I am.

    Still, clothes make the man…

  11. Captain Obvious says:

    Guys, MURDERS get less time in prison. Try to keep it in proportion.

    1. Andrew P. says:

      And that is reprehensible. Sometimes, murderers get away with their crimes. Should we then allow ALL criminals to get away, based on your logic?

    2. BrunoS says:

      Reality check. In a majority of instances a murder is done in the heat of the moment and will never be repeated regardless of the sentence length. Kiddie porn/molesters whatever you want to call them are much more like to repeat regardless of the penalty… so lets keep them locked up as long as possible.

      I have hired people that committed murder and would trust some of them to baby sit my kids… but I wouldn’t trust an ex child molester to baby sit my dog.

      1. Sebastian Xavier says:

        And you sir, are what’s wrong with America and why we’ll always be a violent country.

      2. Kaththee says:

        You have a point and I agree with you completely about the babysitter thing. If I were forced to choose between a random murderer or a random child molester I would choose the random murderer every time. At least with a random murderer there is a chance of rehabilitation, remorse and redemption. With a molester there is no hope.

    3. *=* says:

      Alot of murderers get paid administrative leave…

      1. HammerHead says:

        A truer statement has never been uttered here!!!

        Welcome to the police state!

  12. Derek says:

    He looks so harmless, too. :-/

  13. Beaux Jackson says:

    Is that Milton?

  14. office space guy says:

    Have you guys seen my swing stapler?

  15. jdkasjdaks says:

    What is so wrong with this… No one else was around big deal!!!!!

    1. Phil-351 says:

      So, those kids on bikes don’t count?

      Reading Comprhension FAIL!!! Kiddie porn and exposing himself to neighborhood children later counts for maximum sentencing. Learn to read.

  16. Міша says:

    This is a horribly harsh sentence for someone, who has not, in fact, hurt anyone directly.

    18 years? Crazy… The longest prison term in USSR (!) was 15 years. And they would not apply death penalty over such indecent exposure either.

    The man is disgusting, but 18 years is unbelievably harsh…

    1. Dave says:

      Haha, I’m sorry – are you seriously holding up the USSR as a model of justice in the world? Tens of millions died in gulags across the USSR. You’re right: this guy wouldn’t receive a long sentence under the Soviets. He’d be put into forced labor until he starved to death in Siberia.

  17. charles says:

    He should have moved to San Francisco (the anus of America).
    Public nudity is legal there.

  18. Bob Johnson says:

    Eighteen years is way too long a prison sentence.
    Those long term sentences should be for violent or career
    criminals.Period!!!

    1. DevilDog40 says:

      If pedophiles and sexual perverts are’nt violent criminals maybe you should deal with vicloms of child rape. Better yet, you should work for thier release and have them live in your neighborhood. If your that much of a caring humanitarian get them a job as a school crossing guard in your district! Liberalism is a mental disorder. Your a defocked priest or a member of NAMBLA. How anyone can say that child porn is not violent is beyond comprehension? If I ever need a brain transplant, I want yours. It”s still in the wax paper. One thing you”re lacking is common sense and a soul!

      1. Geffen says:

        Thanks DevilDog I couldn’t have said it better myself. Bob J, you need to pull your head out of your rear.

  19. David says:

    I was about to decry the 18 years in prison for simply being naked but . . . yeah, the kiddie porn on the computer will definitely not make you friends with judges, juries and (ahem) fellow inmates. Have fun in prison dude.

  20. Wilhelm Da Sad says:

    Jeez….prancing around naked, carrying drugs, has childporn, no ID…this guy should get that long based on “criminal Stupid”

    1. Міша says:

      > no ID

      Why would you list the perfectly innocent “no ID” in the same line as serious crimes like “carrying drugs” and “childporn”?

      Last I checked, you do not need an ID to walk around in this country — even if most people carry their driver-licenses with them…

      1. B says:

        you are required to have identification with you at all times. ask a cop

      2. Woodie says:

        You are not required to have ID on you at all time. Any cop that tells you so is wrong.

      3. Міша says:

        B, please, cite the law/paragraph, which mandates citizens to “carry identification at all times”. Put up or shut up, so to speak.

        If we were taking legal advice from cops, not having a perfectly laundered and ironed shirt would’ve been a misdemeanor, if not a felony… But do ask a cop to help you identify such a law…

      4. Weird says:

        “B”
        No, you are not required to give a cop any ID. Learn your rights. There are “stop-and-identify” statutes in some states which require you to identify yourself (not with ID) if there’s a reasonable suspicion as to why you’ve been stopped. You are not required to have ID by any means.

      5. Jcaus says:

        LMAO.. you’re required to have ID on you at all times?? I dont think so.. this isn’t Nazi Germany—-not yet.

  21. FloridaMike says:

    I’m gonna need you to move your desk back as far as possible

    1. Daveheadroom says:

      Yyyyyeeeeeaaaaahhhhhhh, we’re gonna have to move you down to the basement in storage room B.

  22. DiegoAT says:

    This Freakshow will likely serve about 2/3 of sentence in Texas. About 12 years at a cost of about 20k per year not including his meds, and psychiatric costs. The minimum to house this turd is 400k in today’s dollars. He may actually enjoy being in prison .

    I do not want to pay any $$$$$ to support this guy. he should have a to wear a sign around his neck that reads “PERVERT”. He should be on probation for the rest of his life and he should pay the county to cover the cost of probation.

    He should also have the option to pay for his own castration. In Germany they use castration with success in cases of rapists, child and otherwise.

    1. Nigga Please says:

      Yes, we need to be modeling our society after Germany, they have a terrific track record.

  23. Weird says:

    Meanwhile US judges are being caught pleasuring themselves with “pumps” under their robes during rape trials. How long did that judge serve? Google it.

    18 years is a ridiculous sentence in this case, but not surprising given that the USA is a police state. Child porn is just pictures, its not like he actually touched or hurt anyone. The correct police response should be to prosecute producers of any child porn, but not possession as that is simply a thought crime with no place in a free society. I hate to defend a pervert but should a man serve time for looking at pictures of other crimes committed against kids too? Can you be jailed for watching kids get murdered by Syrian forces on youtube? Why is it not a crime to see those pictures? Thought crimes are just dumb.

    1. Woodie says:

      Right on!

    2. vladimir niske says:

      Repeatedly thinking about an action inevitably leads to performing the action. Why do you think athletes and professionals are taught to visualize for success. Porn is the gateway to rape of children and adults. Convicted rapists and sex crime murderers all had their start with porn. Porn destroys relationships and demoralizes the person viewing it – don’t kid yourself.

      1. Міша says:

        > Porn is the gateway to rape of children and adults.

        Do you have evidence supporting the above claim?

        > Convicted rapists and sex crime murderers all had their start with porn.

        The above may or may not be true, but countless millions of other porn-consumers have never broken a law. Including even yourself.

      2. GV says:

        I see your point. Then again, porn or not, convicted rapists and sex crime murderers likely all had their start with masturbation, too. Should we also criminalize masturbation due to it being a gateway to sexual criminality?

    3. robert says:

      Best comment here. Thanks.

    4. Dave says:

      “but not surprising given that the USA is a police state.”

      Oh please, spare us all the drama. Child porn is illegal in most countries, not just in the United States. And to call us a police state disrespects the people all over the world actually living in police states. I lived in a country for six years where someone could be jailed for attempting to change their religion. And you gripe about not having the freedom to look at abused kids? Get out more. See the world. Visit a third world country. I’m tired of hippie morons like yourself crying ‘police state’ because they had to wait an extra 10 minutes in airport security.

      As to the illegality of child porn, it’s not just ‘thought crime’. Actual children are appearing in these photos. You understand that, right? That means that somewhere, a minor was coerced into remove their clothing to get off people like this (and you?). Some kids too young to even understand what is happening are being photographed – often against their will – for the sexual gratification of others. The illegality of child porn curtails the incidence of things like this happening. Reduce demand and you reduce supply. Sorry that you don’t live in a country where you can freely look at naked kids, but this really and truly does help children. But hey, if you don’t like it, you’re welcome to leave our ‘police state’. I’m sure you’d like Europe. France is so open-minded that they’re talking about banning head scarves.

      1. CasualObserver says:

        Settle down Dave, everyone agrees that making child pornography should be illegal. The OP was saying that looking at pictures of a crime hardly constitutes a crime itself. You fail to understand that with your emotional response, falsely thinking that by prohibiting looking at pictures you are preventing child pornography, as if it doesn’t happen if it isn’t viewed by some third party who downloaded them from someplace. The “child porn” that our heroes at the FBI get hot and bothered about is just kids from poor countries posing in bathing suits for people who like that sort of thing. You think it is better that the kids don’t have this money and go to bed hungry so that you feel better about yourself. Many kids that can’t do this modeling will then end up in prostitution, but hey at least you feel good about your life and that’s what matters.

        Wake up, this is a police state in every sense of the word. Tens of thousands of new laws passed every year making everything illegal from talking on the phone to buying raw milk to looking at pictures. You may want to live in a country that forces you to submit your children being molested by goons at the TSA because it makes you feel warm and secure about your flight, but that doesn’t make it right nor effective and maybe you should go live in a country that wasn’t founded on personal liberty since you hate freedom so much.

  24. red says:

    There’s one less vote for Obama

  25. Michael says:

    I agree with the 10 years for child porn, even 20 years would be ok with me. Eight years for being naked in the garage seems a bit harsh. The guy who killed Michael Jackson only got 4 years.

  26. fro base 1 says:

    Why is it that looking at chlidren having sex is treated so much worse than adults actually having sex with children?

    I am referring to all of the teachers who have sex with students, the list is long of the ones who got caught, and I bet that is only a fraction of them doing it… but I rarely ever see outrage and too often see people cracking jokes about teachers having sex with students… that is how messed up we are as a society. This guy got what he deserved, those teachers should get worse, that is all I am saying here.

  27. Milton says:

    Have You seen my red stapler?

  28. Pouteria says:

    Over the top sentence……. Did he actually inappropriately touch a child? He needs help and monitoring but not 18 years in jail.

    1. Baldy Kirby from Atlanta says:

      He can live with YOU.

    2. lodrod45 says:

      I’m starting to wonder if all the people on here saying that his sentence is to harsh are molesters themselves. How would you feel if he molested your child when he got out in a few years?

  29. stressedoutidealist says:

    That is an ouragious sentence from someone who hurt nobody

  30. Joe says:

    Are you kidding? By looking at it he’s supporting people that ARE ‘inappropriately touching a child’ (to put it in your PC vernacular). Prison is far to good for him.

    1. Sebastian Xavier says:

      How do you know he’s supporting anyone? He could’ve just downloaded them off some sleazy website that perverts visit, and not paid a dime.

    2. Marta says:

      Um, no .. I don’t think he supported anybody. If he were convicted of purchasing child porn, the story would likely have stated so.

  31. arugh says:

    Can we stop with the misleading headlines.

  32. tickytocky925 says:

    the only surprise is that he isn’t a government employee.

    1. noname says:

      For your information, bigot, our men and women in uniform also happen to be “government employees.” Jerk.

  33. Piquerish says:

    Poor guy thought he was in San Francisco, where all this would have been perfectly “normal” and acceptable.

    1. Baldy Kirby from Atlanta says:

      Pelosi would have made him a City Councilman, Commissioner of City Parks and Playgrounds, and given him the Harvey Milk Good Citizen Award.

      And hooked him up with Barney Frank and Gavin Newsom.

  34. Claire Alexander says:

    I have personally known two men who were sexually attracted to children. Nothing would have changed their sexual orientation, not even the threat of death. Unfortunately the only recourse we have is to lock these people up for as long as possible. Seems harsh? Think about the children this man will rape, and he will, if he is left in the community. The smart child molestors know to kidnap the child, rape the child repeatedly, murder the child and bury the body. When faced with this scenario, again I ask you, does an 18 year prison sentence seem too harsh? If he lived in your community, near your children, would you still think it too harsh?

    1. Міша says:

      So you have known two such men and we are supposed to believe, ALL consumers of child porn are the same.

      Interestingly, you don’t describe, what happened to your acquaintances — by your logic, both should be on death-row by now (for kidnapping, repeatedly-raping, and murdering). But they, probably, aren’t, are they?

      Whatever you say, 18 years of prison is too harsh, if none of the crimes actually committed (rather than predicted based on anecdotal accounts of “two men”) involved any violence whatsoever.

    2. Nigga Please says:

      Do you think that this man recently became attracted to children, or would you agree that it has more than likely been a lifelong attraction? The sentence is too harsh, end of story.

      1. lodrod45 says:

        The sentence is NOT too harsh! How would you feel if he got out in a few years and molested your child!?! End of story!

    3. Ulrich says:

      Claire, this man was 57 years old leaving him decades to rape and murder people, but somehow he didn’t do that. I suppose you would say that it was only a matter of time and there’s no need for evidence of a crime being planned. The fact that you think he might hurt someone is good enough reason to throw a man away for nearly 20 years while actual child rapists get off with probation in some jurisdictions.

    4. Sebastian Xavier says:

      Appeal to emotion.
      Under your argument, it’s pointless to give him 10 years because he’ll just do it when he gets out.

  35. pete davies says:

    He looks like Milton from “Office Space”.
    Does he know where his stapler is?

  36. Paul says:

    You want to get rid of someone here’s what you do. Accuse them of having child porn on their computer. You see in the United States we no longer can be bothered to view proof of a crime. We just go along to get along. No plane at the Pentagon, but that’s ok. It hit, end of story. It matters not that the plane wieghs 240,000 pounds and has two engines made of titanium that weigh over 2000 pounds each. Where is the plane again? Shut up or be accused of having child porn on your computer.

    1. shawn says:

      Your hobbies are fast cars & fast women…that’s why the guys in your car club call you Cruiser.

    2. shawn says:

      Look how tense you are…ya need to take a SOAK. The tub is boiling, the air is cold…it’s like Sweden, man…Sweeee-den!

    3. Baldy Kirby from Atlanta says:

      Wow, Paul!

      You have it all figured out!

      Azzklowns like you need to have their hair parted with a boat anchor….

    4. Dave says:

      Right, Paul. Absolutely no proof of the crime. Well… except that according to the article, the police walked in and actually saw the porn on his computer screen. No, really: stellar reading skills you got there.

      Now go grab your tinfoil hat. The black helicopters are coming.

  37. Locke says:

    Either the guy is the stupidest pervert alive or he was framed.
    He leds cops to his computer with porn on screen? No sane person alive would do that.
    He then leds them to his car where he has dope next to his id? Please!

    Again either the guy is insane, so he needs to be institutionalised, or it was a frame job. Someone had it out for the guy, he got more time than a murderer.

  38. stoptouchingthatmabel says:

    If you have a problem and you need some advice this is the last person to talk to.

  39. shawn says:

    “His job description didn’t include prancing around naked while looking at child pornography”

    It didn’t? Have HR look into this, STAT.

  40. Garr Obo says:

    18 years costing $20,000 a year. A 50 cent bullet would have been better.

  41. jaxxing says:

    As soon as I realized this was about child molestation, I knew the guy was white.

    1. Bob says:

      It is not about child molestation. It is about looking at two-dimensional pixels and thinking about them. Arey you implying that only white guys think too much?

    2. Dave says:

      As soon as I realized that you misread the article, I knew that you were black.

  42. Office Space says:

    i think he wants his stapler back

    1. McGehee says:

      I hope somebody’s staying close to the fire extinguisher.

  43. workingman says:

    Hooray for the JUDGE! I bet the judge wasn’t a liberal!! way to GO!

  44. mirreldo says:

    Why is Jerry Sandusky out on bail? He should have not gotten bail.

  45. McGehee says:

    My God, it’s Milton!

  46. Diego Roswell says:

    That “wildwood flower” does it again.

  47. August says:

    This guy is mentally ill & now someone YOU FOOLS have to pay for the rest of his life!

    1. Baldy Kirby from Atlanta says:

      You’re right.

      He can live with YOU, and you’re responsible for him.

      Problem solved!!!

  48. UncleSam says:

    Typical Democrat voting liberal nut job

  49. el polacko says:

    i clicked on this link because it said that the guy was hot …. if that’s his pic, then he’s NOT !

  50. bill says:

    Regardless of his twisted actions, he is getting more time than most 1st degree murderers!!!! Whay to go Judge. You idiot. I suppose the next criminal who shoots and kills someone will only get 7 years!

  51. Narko John says:

    He will get a liberal aclu attorney and plead the twinkie defense. He will be out after 6 months

  52. Narko John says:

    Obama needs his Vote……Clemency will be granted before the elections.

  53. Narko John says:

    If he lived in San Francisco, they would have been told to paint his pud with multi colored paint, calling it ‘art’ be released, then be given a parade.

  54. Not Surprised says:

    I am not trying to defend this guy but Why is it that a person can commit murder and gets a lesser sentence than this?

    1. Geffen says:

      Most murders are a crime of passion and will be a once in a life time occurence. People like this are habitual and will never stop. It is simply a matter of who is of more danger to society.

  55. Mememe says:

    Typical CBS “journalism”. The man wasn’t sentenced to jail for being naked but for child pornography.

    Then again these fvcks are the ones hiding Obama’s Marxist agenda.

  56. Airwreck Chamber Lane says:

    It’s Milton from Office Space!

  57. freecheese says:

    Stupid journalism, as usual.. The headline suggests that he got 18-years for being nude at work ! Obviously, there was MUCH more to it. BAD HEADLINE.
    It used to be called yellow journalism.

  58. Mort says:

    …and MJ’s doctor gets 4 years…

  59. joe says:

    I can appreciate the no nonsense Texas court system, but if I were a Texan, I’d be wondering why the state will be paying for this fellow’s incarceration for what may be the rest of his life for what amounts to several victimless crimes. Don’t confuse looking at pornography with acting out with child molestation. It’s two completely separate acts. In today’s society, he’s a pervert (maybe not back in Greek times in contrast), but do you want to pay so much for so long and not have made the streets one iota safer, especially in these economic times? Boy, I sure wouldn’t. Taxes go up on the basis of prison populations. As much as the fellow may appear to be a pathetic pervert, the judge should have used common sense instead of this nonsense. Grass is almost legal these days; Nudism is not my cup of tea, but hardly dangerous; child porn is despicable, but what is child porn is open to debate, as technically anyone in the photos under 18 is considered a child. Now, the old joke 15 will get you 20 may have some validity with an actual sex act, but if you have a photo of a 17 yo, is it on par with a sexual act? Hardly. Fact is, most folks are attracted to youthful beauty (like late teens and above), but are we are going to hell because we think of such things? In most of the world, I suspect young teens are often legally married away. Now that goes too far, but here we are putting this nut away for 18 years when he basically needs to see a psychiatrist. Texan’s have shot themselves in the foot on this one, IMHO.

    1. GV says:

      Well put.

  60. easter says:

    OKAY DID ANYONE QUESTION THIS GUY’S MENTAL STABILITY IN ALL OF THIS ???

  61. Rick O'Shay says:

    That’ll cool him off.

  62. David says:

    The title should read “Man found naked with child porn and dope was sentenced to 18 years”.

  63. Buttafugo says:

    If he would have murdered one of the children he would have maybe gotten 8 years.

  64. Kip Noxzema says:

    Meanwhile, the drug dealer standing on the corner on your block and selling drugs to your neighborhood kids gets free housing, free food, a free check from you and me, and goes back on the street after multiple arrests.

    Remember, our failed president says we’re supposed to be all equal like him. Nobody is supposed to be different. It’s not fair you make more money than him! And we all must sacrifice some MORE.

    Have you had enough Hopey Changey yet?

  65. larry flynt says:

    What rubbish! EIGHTEEN YEARS in prison? Did he molest little boys? All he did was look at photos and run around naked. Big deal. Give him 18 days if you must give him a sentence.

  66. Linda Lee Grau says:

    OK let’s say this guy is the poster boy for Despicable Me but what happened at an airport cubicle courtesy of the TSA somewhere sometime reported by the Fox News at 11 on 02-27-12 ? I heard the anchors saying that you are allowed to bring a friend or a wittness into the cubicle if you are taken aside by the TSA. but I missed the earlier reporting. This is the real problem to address. The humiliation and dressing down at our airports on a daily basis.

  67. Iamsohot says:

    Child porn? Well, okay then! Based on the headline I thought he was sentenced to 18 years of prison JUST for being naked at work. I have to say that’s a relief!

    Well, time to get to work (and get naked!)

  68. Wat Tyler says:

    This is my last post on here. There is obviously some over paid jack@ss censoring all the posts (Like Huffington Post) I refuse to to participate in that. I notice it’s liberal sites that do that. The Blaze lets you post anything without “pre-screening”. But then again, they’re not Communists.

  69. The Bobster says:

    8 years for being nekkid? Some murderers get less than that.

  70. Becka says:

    Given the wide net of what constitutes “child pornography” these days, I would like to know exactly what was pulled up on his computer. Most company internet connections have walls in place to prevent certain types of material from being viewed, but who knows in this case. Eighteen years? Seems a bit excessive, particularly if he had no priors. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not condoning his behavior, but something seems off with this story. The length of his sentence appears excessive.

  71. woodNfish says:

    Why are some of you outraged about his sentence when in 1993, the federal government tortured and then murdered 83 men, women and children in Waco, Texas, not far from DFW. None of those murdered in Waco had ever been charged with a crime.

    Where is your outrae about that, Texas?

  72. Machismo says:

    Did it ever cross anyones mind that this guy is nuts? A mental condition? Has he been evaluated by a psycologist to see if he has something twisted to have the guy Act so wierd? Before placing the dude in prison like a hardened criminal, it should be the courts responsibilty to know for sure he has all his marbles? My guess…A mental hospital is more deserving.

  73. nube_pube says:

    I wouldn’t want to be the new hire to unknowingly get his office chair

  74. Pink Floyd Fan says:

    18 years is good. All convictions should be stacked.

  75. joe says:

    BigBrotherIsNowGodAlmighty it won’t be long before we see your mugshot for being an ahole.

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