Within nine days, Josh Dugar will be sentenced in December 2021 on a charge of child pornography.
As is the custom in such cases, Josh’s friends and family wrote letters to the judge urging him to be humble in his sentencing.
And the letters from Josh’s wife, mother, and neighbors shed a lot of light on how people around him view them.
Surprisingly, being a convicted hunter does not seem to have damaged Josh’s position among his loved ones.
The Dugers are as confusing as ever, and insiders say Anna still believes Josh was framed.
Meanwhile, Michelle Dugar wrote to the judge about how well Josh is with the money, as if it would alleviate the suffering of many of his victims.
Fortunately, not every Dugar is blind to the atrocities that Josh has committed and the devastation he has caused.
Amy Dugar celebrated when Josh was convicted, and now, he has made it clear to his followers that he hopes to receive the maximum punishment for his crime.
“First of all Josh is funny, charismatic, kind and my aunt [Michelle] Listed in the letter, ”Amy tweeted over the weekend.
“But there is a downside. One aspect of it that makes your skin crawl. You can’t ignore what he did years ago, and what he saw! Are they confusing? ”He asked, echoing the sentiments of many critics in the family.
“I will keep a light on in the darkest areas. Please just pray that Josh Dugar is given the final punishment. 20+ years. ”
From there, Amy turns her attention to Anna, reminding the long-suffering wife that Josh was never faithful – that he had been working and sponsoring sex workers long before he was arrested.
“Dear Anna, how can you call your husband loyal and trustworthy? Have you forgotten his Ashley Madison account? Danica Dillon?” He asked, referring to the former prostitute who claimed that she had been abused by Josh.
“Did you forget that he has a huge porn addiction year after year? No loving, honest, committed husband would disrespect their wife in this way.”
Amy went on to remind her followers that hunters often maintain the front of the revered pillars of their community.
“Abusers are not all shadowy men hiding in the alleys,” he wrote.
“They’re among your friends, classmates, coworkers, family, etc … they’re friendly, well-liked, charismatic, and even charming, making it more important to act accordingly outside,” Anna continued.
“People wake up. Stop being in denial.”
Anna’s mother, Diana Dugar, was similarly outraged by Josh’s wife and mother’s letters, and she expressed her views in a terrifying Instagram post:
“I’m angry, hurt and can’t believe the stupidity of some people !!!!” According to The Ashley’s Reality Roundup, Dina wrote on Instagram.
Dina went on to slam the situation as “absolutely sick.”
He even apologized for the fact that he and Amy had ever been on TV “with those people.”
Anna and Diner’s anger is justified by the content of the letter, which makes no mention of Josh’s crime, and instead argues that he should be released from prison because he spends time with his children and saves her money.
“Joshua has a tender heart and he is sympathetic to others,” wrote Michelle Dugar.
“Joshua has always been a positive and upbeat person,” he continued.
“He is financially savvy – saving money for the future and not going into debt. He is a good provider for his family, works hard and thinks of creative ways to support and care for his wife and children. He is also generous. And others in need. Shares his wealth with. “
Judge Josh also received letters from innocent young victims and their angry parents.
The guardian wrote, “I can’t find any words to express the resentment I feel towards the participants in this evil deed or my hatred for any attempt to reduce the liability by weakly claiming that the crime was ‘torture’.”
“My daughter is a real human being. She was horribly victimized for providing this source of ‘entertainment.’
“Don’t you know that should not be done to a little girl?” Don’t you know it hurts! ” The children of that parent wrote.
Josh is scheduled to be sentenced on May 25.
Hopefully, his appearance in court will be the last time he will leave his cell for a very, very long time.