Adam 'Creeper' Wright,
Adam ‘Creeper’ Wright, seen here holding up a bank, pleaded guilty to fatally stomping child pornographer Christian Maire in a Michigan federal prison. He faces 27 years for the killing

“Creeper” is the moniker given to an inmate who admitted to kicking the head of a prominent child porn syndicate to death in jail three years ago.

Christian Maire, 40, the chief of the juvenile porn industry, was kicked and trampled to death on January 2, 2019, by Adam “Creeper” Wright, who was spending 13 years in a federal prison in Milan for the bank robbery and two accomplices.
According to the Detroit Free Press, he pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. In June, Wright will be sentenced to up to 27 years in prison for the murder.

Wright’s lawyer, Jim Thomas, told the Telegraph on Friday that his client “has shown deep contrition for what he did.”

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During his 40-year sentence for luring teenage females into video chat rooms and urging them to conduct sex acts and self-injure, Maire, the father of two, was murdered.
By the terms of the plea deal, it is clear that ‘Creeper’ did not kill Maire alone. According to the court filings, Alex Castro, 41, shanked the child pornographer with a handmade shiv and threw him down a flight of metal steps with the help of Jason ‘J’ Kechego, 40.

When they were in federal prison, the defendants ‘brutally killed one of their fellow prisoners and severely attacked other inmates and prison employees,’ according to a government court filing. This

Christian Maire
Christian Maire was sentenced to 40 years in a Michigan prison in December for creating ‘The Bored Group’. He was convicted alongside eight other members of the group

investigation and conviction were made more difficult by the fact that the perpetrators’ bold and violent behavior were on display for their fellow detainees to view.
The officials alleged that “Creeper” and “Sniper” advised other detainees not to snitch or face the same fate.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Frances Dawson claimed in her brief that Castro and Wright yelled warnings to other detainees about possible future violence.

Neither Castro nor Kechego’s cases have been resolved.

The ‘Bored Group,’ as Maire and his fellow members were known, was comprised of nine individuals. Michael Figura, 36, a fellow sex offender, was also assaulted in the jail battle of 2019, according to reports.

They used fake pictures to lure more than 100 young girls to private online chat rooms, where they manipulated them to strip, masturbate, and perform other sex acts on camera

The next day, Maire passed away in the hospital. Three other convicts, including Figura, were critically hurt.
For more than 100 females between the ages of 10 and 17 across the United States, Maire and his colleagues utilized false photographs of adolescent guys on websites such as Periscope, YouNow, and to entice them into compromising behaviors and self-harm. Prosecutors asserted that the defendants preyed on weak and suicidal young women.

After a five-year run, the FBI was able to bring the organization to justice in 2017.

Some of Maire’s victims were able to address him at his sentence about the harm he had inflicted on them.

Detroit Free Press reports that one victim told the judge, ‘Thinking back to those days drives me to weep myself to sleep wondering when the demons would stop haunting me.’

The publication said that Maire broke down in tears after his sentence.

‘I’m really so ashamed of myself and all the harm I’ve caused my victims,’ Maire told the court. ‘I never thought I’d go this far, but I’m ill,’ he said. I was lured down a terrible path by pornography. I’d be crushed if this happened to me as a child instead of as a defendant.’

Less than a month before Maire’s death, one of his victims made a death prediction before his sentencing.

‘He’s going to get the hell beaten out of him,’ she told the Detroit Free Press in December 2018.

Source: DailyMail