Pennsylvania drag queen, LGBTQ rights “champion” charged with 25 counts of child pornography

My wife used to think I was a heathen because I always maintained it was scientific fact when you hanged a thief, a pedophile, a rapist, a murderer, a car jacker, a bribe taking politician, they NEVER did that crime again.

I think she has started coming around to my way of thinking.

Perhaps child rapers should self medicate.

Or we could cut their nuts out, feed them a last meal of “Mountain oysters”, whack their dick off, shove it up their ass, sew the hole shut so the inertia of their neck breaking don’t shoot it back out!

The Ole Dog!

Brice Patric Ryschon Williams, a Pennsylvania resident, has been charged with multiple counts of felony for possession of child pornographic content and the criminal use of a communications facility. He is being held on a $100,000 bail at Franklin County Corrections following the two-year investigation from the Attorney-General’s (AG) office.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children submitted a tip to the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General’s Child Predator Section after finding child pornography on a Dropbox, where authorities found 49 files of children under the age of 18 performing sexual acts.

A subpoena was issued to confiscate the Comcast ISP address associated with the Dropbox, which was listed as belonging to an Anastasia Diamond or “Ana D.” In July 2020, the Center submitted another ten files of child pornography uploaded by the same user to the AG’s office, and the investigation revealed that nine out of the ten files submitted included child pornography.

On September 17, 2020, authorities seized the Dropbox through a search warrant, and shortly after, another file was uploaded to the service. Following the grant of a warrant, authorities uncovered 135 files of child pornography on the Dropbox registered to Ana D, including the files that were previously tipped to the AG’s office. In December, another file of children engaging in sexual acts was uploaded.

An FBI special agent discovered that the name “Ana D” was a nickname for Anastasia Diamond, the drag queen stage name of the Pennsylvania resident Brice Williams. He was arrested on June 22.

The sexually explicit content in Williams’ Dropbox showed genitalia and young boys performing sexual acts on one another, sometimes with an adult man. Authorities said the boys were under 18 years, but did not specify their ages.

The affidavit also said the photo and video downloads were linked to Williams’ email and home addresses.

Following his arrest, authorities found 25 videos of child pornography on Williams’ phone, but the agent said that this was a small sample of the sexually explicit files they found on his devices.

Who is Brice Williams, aka Anastasia Diamond?

Williams, an HIV case manager, is a prominent activist in the LGBTQ community and has worked with LGBTQ youth. Last year, he was also featured as a speaker at GLO Harrisburg, which is a center that offers a “safe space” for LGBTQ+ youth of color. The LGBT Center of Central PA gave Williams the 2020 Rising Star Award for his work.

Last year, Williams shared that he felt as though his work was “so important because I know there are little kids like me who are queer, who are Black, who are still not able to look up to anyone,” he said.

“So that’s the reason why I got into this line of work. I wanted to make a big impact for folks in my community.”

When investigators arrived at Williams’s Chambersburg home on June 23, he said the two email addresses linked to the pornographic files were his. He also confirmed the phone number listed as the recovery number for one of the addresses to be his. (Related: Another Drag Queen Story Hour pervert exposed as a sex offender… why are public schools subjecting our children to these deviants?)



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