Second Week of Daniel Keck's Trial Starts

By: Cathleen Moxley Email
By: Cathleen Moxley Email

Testimony in the trial of Daniel Keck, II moved into its second week in Washington County Monday.

Tuesday, the state is set to call its last witness to the stand, and then the defense will start bringing in witnesses.

Keck was arrested at his home in January and is accused of dozens of sex-related charges involving male juveniles.

The jury has already heard from numerous alleged victims, as well as several officers involved in the investigation.

Keck has pleaded not guilty to nearly 40 sex related charges including rape, kidnapping, gross sexual imposition and pandering obscenity involving a minor.

Much of what happened in the courtroom Monday involved taking a closer look into some of the evidence found in Keck's home during the search. This includes photos and files found on Keck's computer.

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  • by We will see. Location: Wash. Co. Ohio on Sep 1, 2009 at 10:07 PM
    I am taken aback that tax payer dollars have been being used to pay Mr. Keck the past few years. To think rising electrical bills cost were in part going to support a man like him as he was an engineer for AEP. When he is found guilty I hope they throw the key away and that this domestic terrorist is removed from our streets.
  • by Anonymous on Sep 1, 2009 at 05:16 PM
    I agree innocent until proven quilty, and we all should be fair warned that if they want you they will get you! How can he get a fair trial when he is already quilty in all these minds
  • by me on Sep 1, 2009 at 04:49 PM
    Because he pays taxes does not give him rights to do what he wants with kids!! And as far as innocent until proven guilty...there is video proof and a kid was there when the cops showed up!!! And the likeliness of 40 kids lying to the cops is a bit extreme!!!!
  • by Edward Location: Waterford on Sep 1, 2009 at 09:36 AM
    Innocent until proven guilty? Not in America anymore. How do we know that this aggression against Mr Keck is not of a bunch of typical low income devorced mothers using their children and the government as weapons to plunder Mr Keck. Why not? After all, these women have been plundering the single and childless in America for a long time. Mr Keck pays portions their welfare and medical expenses, their childrens education thru Marxist property taxes. He gets no deductions for dependants therefore paying a portion of their Marxist income taxes. The law itself has become guilty of the very evil that it is suppose to punnish. "The law has become a weapon of every kind of greed". What does God think of this? I would guess that humanly speaking it would be "the pot calling the kettle black". With respect to mankind scripture says "All have sinned and come short of the glory of God". This means all of us.
  • by Jr. Location: Washington County on Aug 31, 2009 at 10:44 PM
    I look for Keck when convicted to recieve lets say around 170 years.
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