We imagine if he got the 12-year-old of his dreams pregnant he’d have some connections to help arrange the abortion. Strange, but outside of the Washington Examiner, no other media seems interested in reporting this story. Why is that?
Swirling is the third white-collar worker — including an FBI analyst — to be arrested in the sting in less than six weeks.
Swirling served as executive director of the American School Counselor Association and the National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association before starting his own law firm construction business 10 years ago, according to his website’s biography.
According to charging papers:
Swirling answered an online advertisement on Monday that had been placed by a task force made up of D.C. police officers and FBI agents.
The detective wrote that he was a “taboo dad” with a “12-year-old girl, very perverted.”
Swirling, using the screen name “squiggles 12353,” responded, “Kindered [sic] spirts.”
Over several hours, the two men traded emails discussing their interests in underage girls and traded photos of young girls, including that of the detective’s purported 12-year-old daughter.
The undercover detective offered to have Swirling meet the girl in Northwest Washington after she got home from school.
Swirling agreed but backed off that evening. “I am sure you can imagine that I am a bit concerned about a sting,” he wrote.