On December 7, 2018, 33 of age Raymond Wayne Eugene Hall, was condemned 40 years in jail for the conviction of child pornography.
Raymond lived in Des Moines, Iowa, was found guilty on June 11, 2018, after he confessed featuring a minor in an erotic video also referred to as child pornography. The sexual offender admitted shooting these videos using a hidden camera, often with a phone. He additionally took accountability for another similar sinful act featuring himself with the victim. He used to save all the videos on his laptop.
US District Court Judge Rebecca Ebinger extended the ruling against Hall because of his criminal history. He had recently been indicted in 2006 in Polk County, Iowa for keeping records of child pornography. His sentence was prolonged considering this earlier conviction and records found in the Iowa Sex Offender Registry.
“Raymond Hall is definitely the kind of sexual stalker we have to remove from the roads”, said United States Attorney Marc Krickbaum. Krickbaum emphasized on how the higher authorities and police are all connected equally in this intensive and thorough hunt for these sexual predators and to ensure the safety of children. He promised that an all-out collaboration by the sheriff’s department and other agencies would work to keep the neighborhood more secure for years to come.
United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa handled this case as a feature of the United States Department of Justice’s “Project Safe Childhood” activity, which began in 2006 as a cross country exertion lessen the rate of sexual misuse of youngsters. FBI, Child exploitation Task Force and some other local, as well as federal forces, took care of Raymond Hall’s case.