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Posted by fac-admin on August 21, 2014 in Articles, Featured Articles | 0 comments At the end of this post is a re-post of a post on Lenore Skenazy’s blog; Free Range Lenore was the keynote speaker at this year’s RSOL National Convention and I’ve been following her since.
Conversations from before the “switch” were used against him as if he’d been saying these things to someone he thought was a minor.One man, Trey Gennette, after being entrapped in one of these stings, made it his one man mission to expose these scams/stings and we are grateful that he has.Trey had the courage to stand up despite the humiliation and facing the threat of long-term incarceration. His advocacy did not stop there and he continues to fight to put an end to the Florida Scam-Stings and expose the perpetrators who sacrifice the lives of others in order to advance their careers. Gennette fought those trying to destroy our country from overseas.Today, he’s fighting those who are trying to destroy our country from within.My hope is that now that this scam has come to light, more will step forward and those accountable will be brought to justice. Readers — This report by Noah Pransky, my new Journalism Hero, is so well done and so shocking, I hope that it gets reposted throughout the blogosphere: (I have removed the video because it automatically starts playing anytime you go to my blog.) It details how men who go online to adult chat rooms and begin chats with people who say they are of legal age, then get entrapped as “sex offenders,” when the date bait “reveals” that she is actually underage.I vividly recall hearing this story and thinking, ‘yeah right!
this guy is totally full of shit.’ When I heard someone else tell me something similar, I thought, ‘sure, that’s what they all say!
’ But then I started hearing the same things over and over and I realized there must be something more to these claims than everyone being so delusional in thinking they are innocent. I’m a naughty schoolgirl…), but in so many cases it’s someone with absolutely no interest in the conduct they are accused of, being entrapped and then forced to accept a plea under the threat of decades in prison.
The facts are consistent; either it’s a bait and switch, where people are seeking adult partners and, after sometimes weeks of conversation, the fictitious “adult” is switched for a fictitious “child” or fantasy roll play (ie: … As a “registered sex offender” their stories have no credibility and they are often too ashamed to speak out.
(I think that the date bait is, ironically, actually OF legal age, PRETENDING to be under age, “to catch a predator.”) The whole operation is so convoluted, creepy and calculated that it doesn’t seem to bear any relation to the stated intent of these stings, which is to protect the children who accidentally wander into these chat rooms and have no idea what they are stumbling into.
The “kids wandering into adult chat rooms and accidentally having sexual conversations with grownups” seems like it would be a very tiny group of people — if any. After painstakingly crunching the numbers, it also reveals that the majority of men talking to these “teen girls” are young men themselves, who are naturally going to be interested in a partner they think is about their same age. Here is a note I got from a mom earlier this week: My son is currently facing charges for Internet luring he went into an adult website where the age was to be 18 he started talking back and forth with a profile seating she was 20 after a few texts back and forth he felt there was a connection and began conversations with her then at some point she stated that she was only about to turn 15 yes he should have stopped communication then, but a few more texts went and the charges came.
Watch the piece and then try to remember some of the details when people tell you: “I can’t let my children play outside. He was not in any kind of chat room for kids gaming rooms or anything just trying to meet someone his own age which turned out to be a cop in and adult place.