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Here is the Sentence Prosecutors are Urging Judge to Give Anthony Weiner in Sexting Case

Disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY) is closer to facing justice for how he communicated with a teenage girl.

Weiner is no stranger to lewd scandals. But when the world found out that he sexted an underage girl, things spiraled downward further for the ex-politician.

Earlier this year, Weiner pleaded guilty to texting sexually explicit messages to a minor.

While in the courtroom, Weiner said:

“I accept full responsibility for my conduct. I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse. I entered intensive treatment, found the courage to take a moral inventory of my defects, and began a program of recovery and mental health treatment that I continue to follow every day.”

The New York Daily News reported that Weiner’s sentence was postponed in August, which happened around the time of divorce proceedings with his wife and former Hillary Clinton aide, Huma Abedin. But now we know what kind of time prosecutors wish for Weiner to server.

The prosecutors want to see Weiner in prison.

According to Newsday:

Former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner should serve from 21 to 27 months in prison for his sexting scandal with a teenage girl, Manhattan federal prosecutors said Wednesday in a letter to the sentencing judge that revealed he has shown an interest in “teen-themed pornography.”

Weiner, 52, whose estranged wife, Huma Abedin, has been a top aide to Hillary Clinton, has asked for no jail time, but the government told U.S. District Judge Denise Cote that his crime was too serious and the need for deterrence was too great to let him go scot-free.

Weiner is scheduled to be scheduled on September 25. We can only hope justice is served.