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Federal judge helped exotic dancer buy Marijuana

Category: Odd | Posted on Mon, November, 22nd 2010 by THCFinder

A well-respected federal judge on Friday pleaded guilty to aiding an exotic dancer in purchasing illegal drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, and prescription drugs containing opiates.

U.S. District Court Judge Jack Camp pleaded guilty in an Atlanta, Georgia, courtroom to a felony charge of aiding and abetting a suspect's possession and use of cocaine and two misdemeanor charges: illegal drug possession and unlawfully giving his U.S. District Court-issued laptop to the stripper for her personal use.

The 68-year old Camp resigned as part of his plea agreement and faces as much as a four-year prison term when he appears for a March, 2011 sentencing hearing.

Camp first met the unidentified stripper at an Atlanta strip bar last spring when he purchased a "lap-dance" from her, according to the criminal indictment.

According to the report -- obtained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police -- Judge Camp returned to the club following evening, paid the dancer for sex, and snorted cocaine with her. The judge and stripper repeatedly met for sex and drugs, according to the report.

On October 1, 2010,  the judge and the exotic dancer, who by then was cooperating with FBI agents, purchased drugs from an undercover agent. Prior to the 'buy and bust', Camp admitted that he was carrying a concealed handgun.

"I'll watch your back anytime," he told the dancer, according to the FBI agents.

Camp was arrested a few minutes later and agents recovered two loaded handguns from Judge Camp's personal vehicle.


(Source: examiner.com)


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