Ritter, 49, exchanged messages with a detective posing as an underage girl and masturbated, even after the undercover officer stressed during the chat that he was a minor, Pennsylvania prosecutors said."The jury reached the right decision," Michael Rakaczewski, the assistant district attorney, said after the verdict. Read also: Anatomy of a Dick Pic: The Journey From Breitbart's Phone to the World dunno. "…i do this about once a week (you can tell i am a very exciting girl! you'd be surprised how big' September 22, 2010 LW: i am drunk and thinking about you…what have u done u done to me? The site obtained the Facebook transcript from their sexually explicit chatting, which started in August of last year and ended on June 1, just after Weiner accidentally tweeted a picture of his crotch, setting off the scandal that has not yet subsided. The full 11 page transcript is here (full transcript from Radar Online). We’ve redacted it to give you the arc of the 10 months of exchanges, and to make it safe to read at work, in the main. LW: i am trying to find the wonderful anthony wiener who i feel in love with for yelling at those damn repubs the other day!
i hear liberal girls are very, uh, accommodating of others of course! )…or if this i not your thing, we can just get drunk and have mad, passionate sex! i am being bold and leaving u my number.me 702 — —-! Ritter took the witness stand in his own defence Wednesday and said he believed the person he met in a Yahoo chat room on Feb. Las Vegas blackjack dealer Lisa Weiss told Radar Online that she had a sexting relationship with Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner, and though she promised the congressman she’d never “rat u out” – well, she did. you keeping an eye on that wackadoodle (sharon) angle for us?
"They saw the case for what it is and the defendant for what he is and what he did." Neither Ritter nor his attorney, Gary Kohlman, commented outside court. Each of the five felony counts carries a maximum sentence of 7 years in prison, but Ritter is likely to get much less under sentencing guidelines.
Mr Kohlman acknowledged in his closing argument that jurors were likely to be "troubled and offended" by the graphic chat and video of Ritter that prosecutors played, but said they were required to put aside their personal distaste because "this is not a referendum on whether anybody in the courtroom approves of adult chat rooms".