U.S. Army Major Pleads Guilty to Sodomy on an Infant

In light of the Charlotte Johnson case, I thought I would post this:

“A former U.S. Army major pleaded guilty to forced sodomy in Arlington more than a year after he was caught with 30,000 images and 100 videos of child pornography.


West Point graduate Daniel Woolverton already had pleaded guilty to child pornography charges when he was charged in Arlington with raping an infant, an act that was captured in some of the videos found on his computer.

Authorities later dropped the rape charge, and Woolverton pleaded guilty to forcible sodomy late last month.”

Woolverton is serving 37 years in prison.


Washington Examiner

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6 Responses to U.S. Army Major Pleads Guilty to Sodomy on an Infant

  1. Jeffrey Ziegler says:

    Here is the “rest of the story” which showed up by NATO News in Europe – never made it to any USA national newspaper as it was covered up:

    Arlington, VA – A US Army lawyer and 1997 West Point graduate has pleaded guilty in Virginia court on December 16, 2010 to forcible sodomy with an infant. Daniel A. Woolverton, 35, of Arlington, VA, and originally Lakeland, FL, had a second charge of raping the infant dropped in court. His prison sentence of 37 years will be served concurrently with federal charges earlier this year where he also pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 27 years for sexually assaulting a several month-old infant boy which he videotaped.

    Woolverton, who both made and distributed child pornography, was observed by an undercover FBI agent of using peer-to-peer file sharing software in May and July of 2009. Using an alias screen name, Woolverton subsequently shared child pornography images and videos with the agent. The user profile was linked to a computer at Woolverton’s home address. An FBI executed search warrant allowed agents to seize a camera, computers, and several memory storage devices which contained more than 30,000 images of child pornography and more than 1,000 videos. Woolverton was also married to another US Army lawyer and had two small children. His spouse, Major Deborah Woolverton, purportedly disavows all knowledge of these events or her husband’s trove of pornography which was mostly victimized infants and toddlers.

    One memory card contained 16 images and three videos of an adult male engaging in sexually explicit conduct with an infant who appeared to be two to three months old. A wristwatch on the adult male and items in the photo linked Woolverton as the adult in the photo.

    Records indicate that Woolverton’s assignment as a lawyer for the US Army was prosecutor/trial attorney for the US Army Legal Services in Virginia. According to court documents, the US Army’s top lawyer, Lieutenant General Dana Chipman allegedly placed Woolverton on the fast-track promotion list to Lieutenant Colonel shortly before he was arrested in October 2009 as Chipman was potentially grooming him for General Officer. The US Army Legal System has been criticized for other ills such as its known insular policy of appointing lawyers to investigate their personal friends when accused of wrongdoing by non-lawyers. Moreover, the US Army is the only uniformed service or federal agency which does not require its lawyers to maintain law licenses with any state.

    Army Lawyer Captain Matthew Fitzgerald was initially investigated by his former lawyer supervisor when accused of wrongful threatening behavior and violating the Army legal system’s own regulations. After it was later determined that Fitzgerald lied multiple times as the matter was elevated to his Oregon State Bar and subsequently became public, the issue was totally ignored by Chipman’s office. While the US Army lawyers relentlessly prosecute soldiers on a regular basis for lying to investigating officers and making false statements, Captain Fitzgerald has since been promoted to Major.

  2. Shana Dines says:

    He should serve life!!!! The child will!

    • Alethea says:

      Hi Shana.

      Unfortunately, there are a number of people and “experts” who will say that the child will be fine because he or she won’t be able to “remember” the rape/sodomy.

      What do these people think, that the trauma, pain, fear, and emotional impact just flies out a window? No, because it remains in the subconscious mind of the victim.

      Yes, this child WILL “remember,” but just in different ways. He or she will probably develop many physical and psychological problems.

      The child is probably in foster care, or some other environment that won’t allow the help and extreme nurturing it will need.

  3. little nel says:

    What a sad thing that this monster is a graduate of West Point.
    I remember the slogan of the perverts in the 1960’s “sex before eight or it’s too late”. I

  4. I just don’t know what to say anymore except his sentence was not long enough. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could round up every sexual affender in every county in every state and have them all like live in an isolated gated community with warning signs up like a nutist camp telling you what the gated community was they could have their own shopping centers and live in their own little world and let them murder and molest each other and not our kids.
    Soon there would be no more murders or molesting going on because they would have either murdered each other and or died and went to hell natually.

    Yes I am stupid , ignorant and a fool for thinking we were actually cilivilised animals.

    • Alethea says:

      I often lose hope in humanity too. I see people becoming more and more selfish, more and more reptilian, and more desperate to self-survive, and to obtain pleasure and self-gratification.

      I guess time will tell.

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