Josh Duggar’s neighbors slam his ‘ridiculous’ release from jail on child porn charges as he’s a ‘danger’ & ‘sick’

JOSH Duggar’s former neighbors reportedly called his release from jail ridiculous.

They slammed the father-of-six, who was charged with child porn possession as a "danger" and "sick."


A former neighbor of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, who wished to remain anonymous, told Fox News of Josh's arrest: "They're absolutely not a shock to me and honestly it makes me angry because if the parents had done something about this before, who knows how many children would have been saved.

The neighbor continued: "Everyone I've talked to feels disgusted by this but yet they aren't surprised

Another Washington County resident shared: "As a mass majority of residents here, he disgusts me.

"You can't be surprised when a skunk actually makes you smell bad."


The first neighbor continued of Josh's potenital prison sentence: "It's ridiculous he got released from jail. He is definitely a danger and he should not have been released.

"Child molesters, I feel, deserve capital punishment. I think he should go to jail for the rest of his life. He's sick. People like him don't change."

The other source shared: "It always feels good to get an alleged child molester off the street and the longer the better."

"If there are multiple charges, I think the only comfort that could be for each individual victim if there are more than one is to have each 20-year sentence not run concurrent. Get truth and justice for each victim.

"He should be considered a habitual offender and get enhanced sentencing."

An attorney for Josh did not respond to Fox News' request for comment.


A source exclusively told The Sun of patriarch Jim Bob, his wife Michelle, and their 19 children: "The family has known that this has been coming for weeks, and Josh has been preparing himself. 

"They are praying together for Josh and Anna, who is standing by her husband as she always has. 

"Family members are extremely concerned by what is happening and they just want to find out the truth.

"They know that this will put them in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, and are stunned they are having to go through this again. 

"The family will be speaking out shortly and hope this in many ways will bring them closer together and even closer to God."

Josh, 33, was arrested earlier this month and arraigned on Friday over allegations that he downloaded material that depicted the sexual abuse of children under the age of 12.

He pleaded not guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography and one of possession of child pornography. 

He faces 20 years in prison and fines of up to $250,000 if convicted.

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