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A federal judge sentenced a Mexican National to More than 15 Years in Federal Prison for Producing Child Pornography by Coercing Minor to Film Herself

Posted by Fay Arfa | Jun 09, 2022 | 0 Comments

 A federal judge sentenced Jorge Coronado Gonzalez, 56, a Mexican national who lived in Mexico, to 188 months in federal prison for producing child pornography of a teenage girl he had  sexually molested for years. Coronado Gonzalez pleaded guilty to producing child pornography, admitting that in January 2020 he coerced and persuaded the then-16-year-old victim to film sexually explicit videos herself. The accuser was the daughter of a close friend, and Coronado Gonzalez sexually assaulted her under threats of violence to her and her mother for about six years. After Coronado Gonzalez relocated to Mexico, he continued to exploit the accuser with demands that she send him sexualized photos and videos every day or he would kill relatives who lived in Mexico.  The accuser's mother alerted the feds after Coronado Gonzalez posted one of the child pornography images to a social media platform When he completes his 15-year prison sentence, Coronado Gonzalez will be on supervised release for the rest of his life.

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Fay Arfa has the distinction of being Certified as a Specialist in two separate areas of law – Criminal Law as well as Appellate Law – by the California State Bar, Board of Specialization. The National Board of Trial Advocacy has also awarded her a board Certification in Criminal Trial Advocacy. ...


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