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Former Ars Technica Peter Bright Testifies As Daddy and Age Player in His SDNY Trial

By Matthew Russell Lee, Exclusive, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Feb 13 –  ArsTechnica writer Peter Bright took the witness stand on February 13 and called himself an "age player" and a Daddy. He said he prefers full bodied women with a lot of body hair - but denied that he actually likes children.

Inner City Press, which first reported Bright's presentment on the charges on May 23, here, started a Twitter thread about Peter Bright's matter of the fact statements about himself, here. More on Patreon here.

  The US Attorney's Office spokesman was in the courtroom, as well as other Federal Defenders beyond Amy Gallicchio, who conducted the direct examination complete with Bright's messages with the FBI agent, who Bright called Princess and then Liz.

  Judge P. Kevin Castel of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York let the jury go to lunch from 12:30 to 1:30 pm, then told the lawyers to return to discuss the jury charged at 1:15 pm. It's coming to endgame.   Yet more on Patreon here, including on the case's reference to... Justin Bieber.

The case is US v. Bright, 19-cr-521 (Castel). 


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