Monday, October 31, 2011
The Tennessee Supreme Court has disbarred attorney Bobby McGee as a consequence of a criminal conviction. He was convicted of two counts of using interstate commerce to induce a minor to engage in sexual activity and possession of 185 images of child pornography.
NewsChannel5.com reported on the charges:
As NewsChannel 5 reporter Jeff Tang discovered, some of the evidence against McGee is pretty disturbing.
Investigators allege that Bobby McGee was looking for someone to engage in a master-slave bondage relationship with him. An affidavit obtained by NewsChannel 5 describes conversations between McGee and someone he thought was a mother of two young children.
For more than 20 years McGee's Linden, Tennessee law office opened its doors to abuse victims.
An advocate for women and children's rights, McGee is now involved in cases involving the cases of abused children, custody of children.
Now McGee is accused of being the very kind of criminal he once fought to keep children away from.
According to the report, McGee had previously been suspended for sex with clients. (Mike Frisch)