A Duke University official was arrested at his North Carolina home Wednesday (Jul. 1) for selling his adopted son online for sex and reportedly having sex with the child. Frank M. Lombard, assistant director for Duke University’s Center for Health Policy was busted for attempting to sell his son to a stranger online, promising him that he could “perform all sorts of sex acts on the child” because he had already done them himself. That stranger Lombard spoke to online just happened to be a D.C Task Force agent.
Upon raiding his home, the FBI found two other children also in his home. When Lombard was asked to explain how he adopted the child, he replied that it “was not so hard…especially for a black boy”.
He will only receive a maximum of 20 years in jail.
We’re sick to the stomach to even be posting something like this but word needs to get out. You can’t just let anyone adopt a child without doing a proper background check on them! Once the inmates find out why he’s there, we’re sure he’ll regret it!