Predator DC Hidden-Camera Sting Operation Nabs Federal Judge, Sparking OIG Investigation

Episode 2 of Wohl and Burkman's Predator DC sparks a federal investigation into a judge caught in the sting, exposes a CIA officer coming to have sex with an underaged teen and more.


WASHINGTON DC, September 15, 2021 ( — Wohl and Burkman's Predator DC has released its second episode, nabbing a federal judge and a CIA officer who sought to have sex with Predator DC’s decoy posing as an underaged teen girl. Predator DC has learned that an Inspector General investigation has been launched to probe the judge’s conduct.

Predator DC offers its full cooperation with the IG investigation of Judge Scott Bain and any other official inquiries that arise from its sting operation.

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Judge Scott Bain, age 50, serves as a patent judge for the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). He previously worked as a partner at Wiley Rein, one of the largest law firms in Washington DC. Bain engaged in a weeks-long campaign of sexting with Predator DC’s decoy, posing as an underaged teen. Bain first met the decoy on Tinder, and his conversations with the young teen, whose Tinder bio clearly stated she was in High School, quickly turned sexual. At many points during Predator DC’s investigation, Bain attempted to groom the teen for sex at the very moment he was presiding over hearings at the USPTO, even sending lewd imaged from his chamber. The USPTO informed Predator DC that they have referred Judge Bain for investigation by the Office of Inspector General.

Gagan (AJ) Kumar, age 50, told Predator DC that he works for a Virginia-based federal contractor known as CompuGain. Kumar engaged in a series of sexually charged text messages and phone calls with the decoy, who he believed to be an underaged teen girl. Upon arriving at Predator DC’s sting house, Kumar gave the decoy red roses and brought a bag containing alcohol, condoms, and a sex toy, along with spare batteries.

Paul Turner, age 46, presents himself as working for a Crystal City company called MSI. Predator DC found that Turner’s cell phone number traced back to a bogus company and subjected him to further scrutiny after he revealed in text messages with the decoy, posing as an underaged teen, that he holds a security clearance. Further reporting uncovered that Turner is in fact a CIA operations officer and that his company is an agency cut-out. Turner’s resume boasts that he was a George Soros Scholar at Central European University. Turner engaged in a series of grooming messages with the decoy before arriving at Predator DC’s sting house with alcohol and condoms.

PredatorDC is making the findings of its investigation available to law enforcement and to the predators’ government employers upon request.

WATCH NOW: Episode 2 of PredatorDC is available now at Wohl and Burkman have busted dozens of DC-area sexual predators in their sting operation. Season 1 of PredatorDC has 6 episodes that will air weekly at


To report an incident or suspicious situation that may involve the sexual exploitation of children, file a report on the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)'s website at, or call 1-800-843-5678.


Karen Lucas, Senior Associate for Public Relations


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