California officials save 12 girls from pedophiles who once ran for Congress

A 12-year-old California girl has been rescued after authorities say she was kidnapped by a man, who is a recruiting pedophile, and President George W. Bush or President Barack Obama, for threatening to kill Fox Been in jail for over a year. News is learned.

Fresno County officials held a press conference at 11 am local time to announce the arrest of 40-year-old Nathan Larson in the alleged kidnapping.

Larson trolled the girl online and then flew from her home in Virginia to Fresno to kidnap her, authorities told Fox News.

Nathan Larson took this picture of himself when he was running for Congress in the 10th Congressional District of Virginia.
(Nathan Larsen for Congress)

The police got wind and were able to arrest Larson at an outpost in Denver and rescue the girl.

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Online records show that Larson went out of prison in Denver on a fugitive warrant, accused of harassing a minor.

Nathan made national headlines in 2018 when he announced that he was running as an independent candidate in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District.

“Nathan Larson is a pedophile and a white supremacist. And he is running for Congress,” a headline said in USA Today at the time.


The newspaper reported that in a hate-filled stream of consciousness “campaign manifestos”, Larson described himself as a fan of Adolf Hitler and said he wanted to restore “liberal white supremacy”, “rebuilding patriarchy, abolishing child labor laws” Do and legalize early marriage. ” . He has also advocated incest and legalization of child pornography

The runs for Congress were short-lived. Larson dropped out after just three months.

Larson served time in prison after pleading guilty to sending a letter to the Secret Service in December 2008 from Bold, Colo., Where he was living at the time.

“I am writing to inform you that in the near future, I will kill the President of the United States,” his letter stated.

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He faced this charge in 2009 and his prison sentence lasted for 16 months. Local media reported that upon his release he moved from Boulder to his parents’ home in Fauquier County, Virginia.

Fox News reporter William Laziness in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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