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Beau Biden prosecuted one of the worst pedophiles in American history.

Beau Biden, the deceased son of Joe Biden, had persecuted Dr. Earl Bradley. The latter had been charged with the molestation of 103 children.

A famous Delaware pediatrician, Dr. Earl Bradley, was convicted in 2011 of raping or abusing 86 patients over 11 years. The victims’ average age was just three years old, and one alleged victim was only 3 months old.

A grand jury had indicted him on February 23, 2010, that charged him with the molestation of 103 children. According to a report published by ABC News, Bradley was initially charged with 33 felony counts, including rape and sexual exploitation of a child. The number of victims almost tripled eventually.

A report published by The Washington Post states, ‘Bradley taped the crimes — the footage ran up to 13 hours. He allegedly had a ‘violently enraged expression on his face’ as he yelled to a 2-year-old patient to perform sexual acts on him. The investigating officer in court documents described that particular video as ‘one of the most violent and brutal attacks on a child of any age’ that he had ever seen.’

The 160-page indictment describes in detail Bradley’s alleged behavior between 1998 and 2009. Of the 103 children mentioned in the indictment, only one of them was male.

Beau Biden, the deceased son of Joe Biden, who was the then-Attorney General of Delaware, had persecuted Earl Bradley. Biden was quoted as saying after the indictment, ‘I cannot say certain things that I am feeling, and I am feeling a great deal. I am determined to see that this defendant will never, ever be in a position again to hurt another child.’

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