Man accused of trying to hire hit man to kill judge in his child porn case
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Robert Anthony O'Hare

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LAKE COUNTY, Fla. -- (WKMG) -- A Lake County man who was being held on child porn charges after being accused of using gifts given to neighborhood children to watch them undress inside their own homes now faces additional charges in a murder-for-hire plot to kill the judge presiding over his case.

"As far as the weird scale goes, it’s off the charts, totally," said Lt. John Herrell with the Lake County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies released documents stating that Robert Anthony O'Hare asked his mother during a recorded jail line phone call Jan. 7 to give his friend a message.

"During a phone conversation with his mother, he passed along a set of numbers that ended up being a secret code that they would use to send back and forth," Herrell said.

He said O'Hare and his mother first used this code in November 2017 and the Jan. 7 message said "Kill Briggs," apparently a reference to killing Circuit Judge Don F. Briggs. During the recorded line, the two stated their disagreement with Briggs' ruling regarding a motion to suppress in O'Hare's case.

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