D.C. law professor named in child exploitation charges

An advocate and accessory academician at George Washington University Law School was arrested in Washington on Thursday by agents at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) in Tampa, Fla., answerable with six counts of adolescent animal exploitation.Richard D. Lieberman, 64, of Washington, D.C., was answerable by the State Attorney's Office in Florida with two counts of accepting online statements for the purpose of animal conduct with a child, two counts of application the computer to abduct a child, one calculation of transmitting adverse actual to amateur and one calculation of bawdy or lascivious battery.According to the charges, amid Aug. 11 and Aug. 25, 2010, Mr. Lieberman acclimated the Internet to sexually attract those he believed were two altered girls beneath the age of 16 years. In fact, the accuse said, he was agreeable in online conversations with two clandestine agents in Florida assuming as 10 and 13-year-old girls.Mr. Lieberman is accused of sending the “13-year-old girl” an angel of a naked man, agreeable in a sexually absolute chat with the “10-year-old girl” and sending her website links to images of macho and changeable genitalia.