A onetime informal adviser to the Trump campaign who is charged with bringing a 14-year-old Czech boy to the United States for sex failed to persuade a federal judge that the crime is too old to prosecute.
In a three-count indictment unsealed in July, prosecutors alleged that George Nader brought the boy to Washington in 2000 after being introduced by way of a European pimp. “Night after night,” the indictment alleges, Nader assaulted and exploited the boy while withholding his passport to keep control over him.
Prosecutors also claim Nader threatened the boy’s mother, telling her she would be jailed if she were to report him.
Now it is 60-year-old Nader in jail as he awaits his trial on a three-count indictment unsealed in Virginia.