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Mr Kohlman acknowledged in his closing argument that jurors were likely to be “troubled and offended” by the graphic chat and video of Ritter that prosecutors played, but said they were required to put aside their personal distaste because “this is not a referendum on whether anybody in the courtroom approves of adult chat rooms”.
“Few people were as right about the Iraq War as Scott Ritter was,” declared liberal writer Glenn Greenwald, adding that it was “difficult to imagine someone with greater credentials and credibility who ought to have been listened to on those issues.” At the Daily Kos, they called him “one of the few who called bulls**t on Bushco’s claims of WMDs in Iraq… His media perch as the pre-eminent Bush critic crumbled to dust overnight. He was taken down in an online sting operation, when he used a webcam to show himself having inappropriate contact with his own naked body to someone he thought was a 15-year-old girl. A former Marine and former Republican, he’s not exactly a partisan player, he seems to be a guy who just doesn’t like being lied to.” And then, suddenly, Scott Ritter disappeared. Please do not read any of these jokes if you are offended by bad language or any of the ism's known to man, especially sexism.If you are a woman please bear in mind none of what follows is of my creation, I am simply sharing this trash as an example of the depraved kind of e-mails I have to endure.(Telegraph) The former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter has been convicted of unlawful contact with a minor for exchanging explicit messages in an online chat room with someone he believed to be a 15-year-old girl.Ritter, 49, exchanged messages with a detective posing as an underage girl and masturbated, even after the undercover officer stressed during the chat that he was a minor, Pennsylvania prosecutors said.
A jury found Ritter guilty of a total of six counts including indecent exposure and criminal attempt to corrupt a minor.
Ritter was one of the UN’s chief weapons inspectors in Iraq from 1991 to 1998.
He resigned after accusing the United States and UN of failing to get tough with Saddam Hussein.
Later, he said that Iraq had destroyed its weapons of mass destruction, and he became a vocal critic of the US-led invasion.
“The jury reached the right decision,” Michael Rakaczewski, the assistant district attorney, said after the verdict.
“They saw the case for what it is and the defendant for what he is and what he did.” Neither Ritter nor his attorney, Gary Kohlman, commented outside court. Each of the five felony counts carries a maximum sentence of 7 years in prison, but Ritter is likely to get much less under sentencing guidelines.