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Inmate Nicknamed "Creeper" Admits Stomping Leader Of Child Porn Ring To Death In Prison

Inmate Nicknamed 'creeper' Admits Stomping Leader Of Child Porn Ring To Death In Prison
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Adam Taylor Wright, 41, who goes by the nickname "Creeper," has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder of convicted pedophile Christian Maire.

Wright was serving 13 years when Christian Maire was murdered at the Milan Correctional Institution in Michigan.

On January 2, 2019, Maire was killed after being sent to prison to serve 40 years for his involvement in a child exploitation enterprise.


Adam "Creeper" Wright faces additional 27 years after agreeing to the plea deal. His attorney, Jim Thomas, claimed that his client "expressed great remorse" for the murder.

Christian Maire Spent 2 Weeks In Jail Before He Was Killed

It is no secret that child sex offenders do not do well in jails. Christian Maire, who was charged for convicted of luring underage girls into video chat rooms, getting them to undress and perform sex acts, and encouraging them to cut themselves, was in the facility for only two weeks before he was murdered.


Despite only spending two weeks in jail, it took the authorities five years to catch Maire.

Finally, Maire admitted to being involved, but he claimed he was not the mastermind of an "egregious crime syndicate" which abused children.

The authorities learned that the Maire preyed on young girls who were suicidal. He used fake photos of teenage boys, on websites MYLOL.com, YouNow, and Periscope, among others. He would groom the girls between the ages of 10 to 17.


The FBI cut his reign in 2017. During the sentencing, Maire, who is a father of two, stated:

"I'm really so ashamed of myself and all the harm I've caused my victims. I never knew I could sink this low … but I am sick. Pornography led me down a very dark road. If I was here as a parent instead of a defendant, I would be devastated."

Wright Did Not Act Alone

The slaying of the convicted child sex offender was not a one-person operation. Alex "Sniper" Castro pleaded guilty to shanking Maire with a homemade shiv. Jason "J" Kechego chucked Maire down a flight of stairs.


Wright and at least two other convicts planned to kill Maire, and they threatened to witnesses they would be killed as well if they said anything.

U.S. Attorney Frances Dawson wrote in a federal filing:

"Castro and Wright shouted out warnings of potential future violence toward other inmates."

The prosecution wrote:

"Defendants brutally murdered another inmate and severely assaulted other inmates and prison staff while in a federal prison."


"Their brazen and violent acts were on display for their fellow inmates to see, causing them to fear possible repercussions of cooperating in any manner with this investigation and prosecution."

Wright said he and the other two inmates "worked together to throw Maire's body down a flight of metal stairs, all deliberately and intentionally causing Maire's death." The court documents also claim that Wright repeatedly kicked and stomped Maire in the head.


After he was not allowed to escape, Maire was killed by stabbing.

Wright was initially jailed for robberies.