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Troy Colt Griffin: Lost His Cellphone Full of Child Rape Pics

EDITED: JANUARY 18 2012

When Troy Colt Griffin lost his cellphone in April of 2011, his horrid proclivities were discovered. The pervert used the device's camera function to take and store pictures of himself having sex with a seven-year-old girl. Thankfully the snoopy finder of the phone had a look through his photo archive.

Later in the year, he was convicted of his crime and was sentenced to 50 years without the possibility of parole. A person very close to the case tells Hair Balls that she wished death were an option.

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