A female lawyer for an anti-gay Christian group abducted a teenage girl and forced her to have sex on camera while on bail for child pornography charges, it is alleged.
Lisa Biron, 43, was arrested by FBI agents in a Manchester courtroom while awaiting a hearing on district-level charges of possessing pornographic material on her computer.
A few hours later, she was taken into a court in Concord, New Hampshire, accused of taking the teenage girl to Canada, making her engage in sexual activity and convincing her to let it be filmed.
Biron, who is associated with the anti-gay group Alliance Defending Freedom, was initially arrested after a man walked into the Manchester Police Department claiming he had seen pornography on her computer.
After a search of her computer, police found five videos and two pictures of a teenage girl on her computer.
Biron was released on bail on seven charges of possessing child pornography earlier this month.
After her arrest by the FBI, she allegedly told agents they would find a loaded pistol under her mattress.
They didn’t find a weapon, but they did discover 200 rounds of ammunition in her Manchester home.
At the hearing on federal-level charges, the prosecutor also alleged that:
Two witnesses have testified to seeing Biron with ecstasy, marijuana and cocaine.
Biron sent a text to the man who turned her into the police warning him to watch his back ‘for ever’.
Other youngsters have been subjected to Biron’s sexual activity and drug use
Biron’s lawyer, Jim Moir, asked the judge to consider his clients lack of criminal history and that she had attended all of her court appearances, according to the Concord Monitor.
But Judge Landya McCafferty remanded her in custody after saying she was ‘not at all comfortable’ that she would comply with any new bail conditions.
She is due to stand trial in January on the federal charges of transportation with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, possession of child pornography and five counts of sexual exploitation of children. She faces up to life in prison if convicted.
Biron, who was briefly associated with the Donais Law Offices in Manchester before her arrest, has been suspended indefinitely.
On Biron’s Facebook page, she lists the Bible as her favorite book.
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