Josh Duggar's cousin Amy shades disgraced star by saying 'we put dogs to sleep for good if they just bite a child'
AMY King slammed cousin Josh Duggar amid his child pornography trial, tweeting, 'we put dogs asleep for good if they just bite a child.'
She has been outspoken in her support for the victims throughout the trial.
At one point, she even called on fans to "Please pray for the victims and for the truth to be revealed."
She added: "Pray that the judge will give the ultimate sentence."
In her latest post about the trial, Amy tweeted: "Hmm think about it we put dogs asleep for good if they just bite a child…"
Fans seemed to agree with her sentiment, with one writing: "You're not wrong."
Another replied to Amy: "Thank you for being you and never being quiet. Jill [Duggar, Josh's sister] and all the victims need your voice and strength."
A third Twitter user wrote: "Agreed. Childhood is sacred."
Amy has been outspoken throughout the trial, which has apparently caused strife among family members.
On her Instagram Story she claimed the Duggar family "hates" that she has been "speaking the truth" amid Josh's trial.
She said that "won't stop" her, however, adding that she wished she "could hug every single one of" her followers.
Amy vowed that she was "never going to stop speaking the truth," adding that she refused to stop "calling that out."
She said in a post: "God gave me a platform, and somehow He knew that I was going to have this platform."
In November, Amy sent a prayer to the victims, writing: "Today is a heavy day. This whole week will be. Next week will be too. Until justice is served."
She added: "Vengeance is mine sayeth the lord, I will repay thee.
"Please pray for the victims, and for the truth to be revealed."
Josh, 33, and wife Anna, also 33, were recently spotted leaving the courthouse.
The duo appeared unhappy in photos obtained exclusively by The Sun outside the John Paul Hammerschmidt Federal Building in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Josh and Anna were pictured wearing black face masks and holding hands.
The eldest Duggar boy stands accused of possessing child pornography, described as among "the worst of the worst" authorities have ever encountered.
Prosecutors in the case detailed a specific video found on Josh's HP desktop computer.
They went on to explain that the computer was associated with both Josh's name and address.
Other footage was also found in a folder on the computer.
In total, authorities found about 65 thumbnail files.
Josh has been charged with two counts of downloading and possessing child pornography.
He has pleaded not guilty.
If a jury finds him guilty of these alleged crimes, however, he could face up to 20 hears in prison.
Josh's sister, Jill Duggar, is expected to testify in Josh's trial.
Jill isn't the only Duggar sibling set to speak.
Jedidiah Duggar is also due to take the stand.
It's unclear, however, whether they will be on the prosecution or defense side.
In addition to their testimony, Judge Timothy Brooks has ruled that evidence of Josh's past molestation of underage individuals will be allowed in the current trial.
"In the motion, the Government advises that it may seek to introduce evidence at trial that the defendant committed other acts of child molestation, as that term is defined by Rule 414," a court document filed in the United States District Court, Western District of Arkansas, Fayetteville Division read.
A police report filed in 2006 shows that Josh was accused of molesting five underage females inside the family home between the years of 2002 and 2003.
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