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In SDNY Man Freed For COPD Fled Now Studied for Child Porn and Bail Jumping

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 14 – Jose Perez was scheduled to plead guilty in October, after being charged with child pornography, coersion or inticement of a female and attempted inducement of a minor to engage in sexual activity.

  Then he left his wife Annette Piri-Perez holding the bag, having violated the terms of his pre-trial release and absconded, "headed west," Ms. Piri-Perez said. 

   On October 14 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Paul A. Engelmayer held a forfeiture of bond proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.

  Ms. Piri-Perez was on the line, and sought to speak. Judge Engelmayer asked her questions: when she last saw her husband (last Wednesday) and where she thought he was (West).  

 Judge Engelmayer told her she would be forfeiting the $75,000 bond, that this was a consequence of her decisions. There is another suretor of the bond for Perez' release who had not yet been notified.

 On November 17, Perez was captured and remanded. And on December 3 Judge Engelmayer held another proceeding. Inner City Press again covered it.

  The US Attorney still spoke of the same child pornography and bail jumping charges - the first bail jumping, the second was apparently free. The Federal Defender said the psychological study will have to be updated, so an expedited sentencing may not be best, but rather expeditious.

The case is US v. Perez, 19-cr-297 (Engelmayer)


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