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– Justice was served for two victims of child sex abuse when Prince George’s County
juries convicted Patrick Prosper-David and Dietrich Ames in two unrelated trials,
announced Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha N. Braveboy.
49, was found guilty of sex abuse of a minor, attempted third and fourth degree
sex offense and related charges.
the trial, Prosper-David, a sovereign citizen, fired his public defender and
represented himself, which exposed the victim to cross examination by her
April 15, 2018, the mother of the 11-year-old victim reported to police on the
day of the incident that her daughter was sexually abused by Prosper-David, a
member of the victim’s family. The victim informed her mother that she and the defendant
were sitting on the living room couch of her grandparent’s home at the time of
for Prosper-David is scheduled for October 30, 2019. He faces up to 35 years in
separate trial, Ames, 39, was convicted for sexually abusing the 14-year-old
daughter of a family friend. The victim was visiting his home overnight in
April 2018 when the abuse took place.Ames
was found guilty of sex abuse of a minor, fourth degree sex offense and second
degree assault. His sentencing is set for October 25, 2019. He faces up to 25
years in prison.
to thank both juries for recognizing the appalling and unconscionable actions
of both of these defendants and for holding them accountable,” State’s Attorney
Braveboy said. “No child should have to experience this type of abuse. I am
amazed at the strength and courage that these victims had to face their abusers
during this process. I pray for their continued healing on this journey to
recovery and that they find some peace in knowing that justice was served.”
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