OK: Tulsa man convicted on child pornography charges

Source: tulsaworld.com 4/28/23

A Tulsa man who boasted on social media about his preference for dating underage girls was sentenced to life in prison Friday after he was convicted earlier of enticing a minor to have sex and related child porn crimes.

Chief U.S. District Judge John Heil III also ordered Alexander Nicholaus Sweet, 29, to simultaneously serve terms ranging from 10 years to 30 years in prison for six other related crimes.

Sweet, who indicated through an attorney that he would appeal his convictions and sentence, continues to maintain his innocence.

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What is funny is they charged him with child pornography from pictures on the underage girls school computer!!! They arrested him two years ago when the girl was 17, and then he was 27. Yes, he should know better. But in some states that is legal. Messed up that they will give him life for this. I can see the courts getting more heavy sentinces. Mental health help doesn’t apply to sex crimes.

[…] From what I was able to read, as always, these cp sentencing guidelines have gotten out of hand

Yet is that man blew someones brains out in a crime, more than likely he wouldnt get life……