More information about Josh Duggar’s arrest continues to surface. He was arrested by the feds in April. His trial is on November 30. In the meantime, as his legal team builds a defense, details about the investigation are going public.
For those who don’t know, Josh was busted for having child pornography on his office computer. The former TLC star owns a car lot. So, the download was traced back to the lot, alerting the feds. Josh failed to hide his IP address or use a VPN, leading the feds directly to the car lot.
A source recently revealed that Jim Bob Duggar, Josh’s father, wants to sweep this under the rug. Originally, it looked like Josh and Jim Bob attempted to shift the blame onto one of the car lot employees who could have possibly used the computer. But new information reveals who exactly used the computer. In the meantime, Josh continues to say he’s not guilty, and his wife Anna reportedly believes him.
Who had access to Josh Duggar’s computer?
When the feds arrived at Josh’s car lot with a warrant, they came into contact with a couple of other people. One of the employees the feds spoke with revealed some information about the computer in the office. He disclosed who has access to it. The other person at the car lot appeared to be a customer. They claimed they weren’t in the office without an employee.
According to the witness, known as “witness number three,” Josh is the only person who used the computer. So, no one else accessed the device that the explicit material was found on. Because of this, Josh placing the blame on other people isn’t working out so well.
“Law enforcement determined that one of these individuals—identified as ‘Witness #3’ in the defendant’s motion—worked at the car lot and interviewed him. The individual told law enforcement that he began working at the defendant’s car lot in June 2019, that he did not access the internet at work, and that the computer in the office on the car lot belonged to and was only used by the defendant,” the papers read.
Witness number three told “law enforcement that he was very inexperienced with computers and did not have social media accounts. After obtaining his consent, law enforcement manually reviewed the contents of the individual’s phone on scene without the use of a forensic tool, found no evidence of criminal activity on it, and returned the device to this individual.”
So, what do you think will happen next with Josh Duggar’s case? Do you think he will continue to try to pin this on someone else? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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