Man Arrested for Child Pornography Is Father of Infamous Jan 6th Insurrectionist
A Pennsylvania man was arrested on Tuesday and faces several felony charges related to child pornography. Identified as 55-year-old Rickey Williams, a Dauphin County security officer. According to court documents, Williams thought he was communicating with a 14-year-old girl, but it was actually a police officer. Thinking he was Snapchatting with a teen, Williams requested a video of her going to the bathroom.
Court documents indicate that Williams also gave instructions on how to shoot the video and even offered to shoot it himself. He now faces charges, including communication with a minor, sexual abuse, and criminal solicitation.
Dauphin County confirmed Rickey Williams is employed as a security officer. As of April 13, his arrest date, he is suspended without pay. Williams is out on $2,500 unsecured bail, with a preliminary hearing is set for Monday, April 26th.
What sets this sexual predator apart from any other? Rickey Williams has a daughter who traveled to Washington, DC, to take part in the January 6th insurrection. And then she stole Nancy Pelosi’s laptop right off of the Speaker’s desk in her Capitol office as members of Congress were sheltering in place for their safety amidst the rioting.
Rickey Williams is the father of Riley Williams, the woman who famously bragged on camera that she had stolen Pelosi’s laptop with the intent of “selling it to Russia”.
TFW an insurrectionist who took his daughter to DC to steal Nancy Pelosi's laptop to sell it to Russian Intelligence gets busted for trying to get a 14yo girl to film herself going to the bathroom over snapchat…
& he loses his job as a courthouse guardhttps://t.co/Z4L8vuA1na
— random facts girl (@soychicka) April 16, 2021
Riley Williams was charged in January with aiding and abetting, theft of U.S. property, and obstruction of official proceedings of U.S. Congress. According to court documents, Riley Williams traveled to D.C. with her father, but they were not together during the riot.
Riley Williams is currently out on bond while awaiting her sentencing next month.
Riley Williams, the alleged US Capitol Insurrectionist who's accused of stealing a computer from Nancy Pelosi's office, returns to DC court on May 28.
A judge agreed to allow Williams and her dad to travel to N. Carolina last week to visit a sick relative.
She's not in jail pic.twitter.com/KdqMehvZyg
— Scott MacFarlane (@MacFarlaneNews) April 12, 2021