Escambia Man Sentenced On 16 Child Porn Counts

April 20, 2017

An Escambia County man has been sentenced to prison on child pornography charges.

Daryl Emory Bruner, 37, was sentenced to 17 years and 4 months in state prison by Circuit Judge John Miller for 15 counts of possessing child pornography and one count of transmitting child pornography. After his release from prison, Bruner will be on sexual offender probation for 10 years. Bruner was also be required to register as a sexual offender and comply with all statutory requirements.

In August 2015, FDLE agents executed a search warrant on Bruner’s home on East Shore Drive after they discovered that he was using the internet to transmit child pornography. Several images of child pornography were found within Bruner’s home and on his computer.
Bruner was interviewed by FDLE agents, and he admitted that he had been downloading and viewing child pornography for two to three years.

Bruner entered a plea on April 1, 2016. While awaiting sentencing, Bruner left the state. He failed to appear on his sentencing date and was later extradited from New York.

Comments

6 Responses to “Escambia Man Sentenced On 16 Child Porn Counts”

  1. Don Neese on April 21st, 2017 10:18 am

    As the All knowing stated concerning those that are guilty

    “It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.”

    Almost every empire has followed the same course that we are travelling…1st National Infidelity. 2nd Homosexualality. 3rd Perversions toward children. 4th Human Sacrifice

    Our empire (and it is an empire) is guilty of the first three.

    God help our children….Where did all the real men go?

  2. 429SCJ on April 21st, 2017 9:30 am

    @ sedition, as long as the producers and major distributors operate with impunity to the law, this song and dance will continue on.

    It is great that the consumers of this sick product are brought to justice, but why not destroy the sources; regardless of the diplomatic/political fallout. These people need to be brought to realize, that they are not above the laws of God and man.

  3. mick on April 20th, 2017 6:01 pm

    So he does the whole sentence, that means he’ll be a 55 year old predator released and scattered among the hoards that already surround us – just check out the ECSO predator map and see how many live near you.

    Thanks for nothing justice system the only thing that will come of his incarceration is that he will be able to hone his craft.

  4. Sedition on April 20th, 2017 5:07 pm

    @429SCJ

    Unfortunately, the “web” that you have come to know is a small fraction of what is actually out there. It’s the only part of the internet that is indexed by DNS servers…about 4 percent or so.
    The rest is generally split up into the deep web and dark web. This part of the internet isn’t indexed by google or anyone else, but it’s there in IP address form. The deep web is generally harmless, but the dark web is usually where the illegal stuff hides in the shadows…stuff you don’t even want to know about and is VERY dangerous to search. Both the FBI and the bad guys tend to watch who’s doing what and both can track you down if you don’t know the precautions to take.
    It would be difficult to scrub the internet as we know it…damn near impossible to scrub the dark web.
    Not to say that we shouldn’t stop trying, as long as we understand that it’s probably impossible to eradicate it all.

  5. Gary on April 20th, 2017 2:46 pm

    Hope he rots in prison.

  6. 429SCJ on April 20th, 2017 10:03 am

    Difficult to believe that the current generation of supercomputers are impotent to strip the web of such content?

    Cyber war is where you have the will to fight it; we most certainly have the means.





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