A Centennial man has been charged with sexual solicitation of a minor after he allegedly made a deal with a Florida woman in which she would kill his married woman in exchange for him raping and killing her 13-year-old girl.
The woman was actually a federal cloak-and-dagger agent with the U.S. Department of homeland Security Investigations.
Danny “TwistedDan” McLaughlin has been charged in U.S. District Court in Denver with unsuccessful online enticement of a minor.
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The arrest was part of a sting against people who visit a dark web site occupation to people with an interest in death, torture and killing. McLaughlin, exploitation a screen name of TwistedDan, allegedly made galore online requests to the female federal agent stationed in Cocoa Beach, Fla., who was sitting as an Orlando mother of a 13-year-old girl, according to an arrest testimony.
He allegedly began writing about raping and killing the fictitious mother’s girl.
“Hello … You want her snuffed do you?” McLaughlin allegedly wrote. The suspect then referred to himself as twisted and dark, according to an arrest testimony.
McLaughlin allegedly projected a scenario in which the mom would take her 13-year-old girl on a trip and then claim her girl ran away, the testimony aforementioned.
“Anyway, as I see it … I bind her … and take her home with me,” the suspect allegedly wrote to the cloak-and-dagger agent.
McLaughlin asked the fictitious mother to bring the teen to Colorado so he could “take her off (her) hands.” He assured her the girl would never be seen again.
“Well … as I aforementioned. I have no limits … and taking her … would be a dream come true … a captive teen … just able to breed … making her a rape toy … and literally exploitation her up,” he allegedly wrote.
McLaughlin wrote that he would help the fictitious mother get rid of her girl if she helped him get rid of his married woman, the testimony aforementioned. With his married woman out of the picture, he allegedly wrote that he would be free to have the teen to himself. “It was a fair trade,” McLaughlin wrote.
McLaughlin allegedly projected several options for killing his married woman, and offered the cloak-and-dagger agent $3,000 to pay her compensation, the testimony aforementioned.
The cloak-and-dagger agent met McLaughlin at a Centennial motor building and confirmed that he was the one who was going to take her girl off her hands and that she was going to kill his married woman. He aforementioned he would chain her to a pad and torture, cut and rape her, the testimony aforementioned.
McLaughlin besides told the cloak-and-dagger agent that he had experience molesting children. He gave her $100 and secure to give more money later. He was then in remission, the testimony indicates.