Tuesday, October 6, 2009

GA - Jury decides Edenfield should be executed

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10/06/2009

By Teresa Stepzinski

Convicted in the sex murder of 6-year-old Brunswick boy

BRUNSWICK — The jury that found David Edenfield guilty of murdering and sexually abusing his 6-year-old neighbor decided Tuesday he should be put to death.

The jury began deliberating about 4:40 p.m.. after closing arguments from District Attorney Stephen Kelley and Edenfield’s defense lawyers, John Beall IV and James Yancey Jr.

Less than three hours later, it was announced the jurors had vote unanimously for the death penalty.

In his final argument, Kelley made an impassioned plea to jurors for justice for Christopher Michael Barrios Jr., a kindergartner who lived a few doors away from Edenfield at Canal Mobile Home Park.

Justice demands that the punishment fit the crime, and the only punishment fit for Christopher’s savage sexual assault and horrific, torturous murder is the death penalty, Kelley said.

But for one man’s cold heart, but for one man’s depraved mind, Christopher Barrios would be alive today,” Kelley said.

Kelley reminded jurors of the evidence — including Edenfield’s own words in a recorded confession — that he sodomized Christopher before choking him to death, “acting on instinct” because he wanted to see what it felt like to choke somebody.

He asked jurors to recall the evidence that Edenfield then sexually gratified himself over the boy’s naked, lifeless body before the child was wrapped in five plastic garbage bags and dumped, like trash, in the woods.

This crime was outrageous, heinous, senseless and tragic. Every time you feel sorry for David Edenfield think of Christopher and think of his last horrendous moments of life,” he told jurors.

Kelley became so emotional that at one point he blurted that Edenfield was “this animal.”

Edenfield’s attorneys immediately objected and asked Judge Stephen Scarlett to admonish the veteran prosecutor. They also moved for a mistrial, which the judge denied.

Appearing surprised at his own words, Kelley immediately apologized to the jury. Scarlett instructed the panel to disregard Kelley’s remark because it was improper.

Kelley also told jurors that Edenfield had “traveled down a road of sexual perversion” that began when he committed incest with his mentally retarded daughter in 1994. He detailed other examples of improper sex in the family.

Beall argued that Edenfield’s life should be spared.

Edenfield “is not a cancer on society but a human being,” Beall told jurors.

We ask you to consider mercy even though some of you may feel David deserves none,” he said.

Edenfield will die in prison, Beall said, regardless if he is executed or sentenced to life with or without parole.

Pointing to Christopher’s family in the courtroom, Beall said “The hole in the hearts of his family and friends will not be healed with the death of David Edenfield.”

Beall also told jurors they will have to live with their decision, which may well haunt them for years to come.

Homicide by execution is an awesome, awesome decision,” Beall said.

Yancey told the jury they should spare Edenfield’s life because he should not receive a greater punishment than that which might be imposed on his wife, Peggy, and their son, George, also charged in the killing.

Yancey reminded them that prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty or life without parole against Peggy if she testified against her husband and son. George Edenfield, who is mentally retarded, may never be mentally competent to stand trial in the case, he said.

Kelley has said he will seek the death penalty when George Edenfield is tried.

Although Edenfield’s former neighbors and others testified to his friendliness and helpful nature in the past, Edenfield did not utter a word in his own defense. Instead, he sat passively throughout the proceedings including some of his recorded admissions of sodomizing and helping his son strangle the boy.

The three Edenfields moved to Canal Mobile Home Park after they were informed that as a convicted sex offender, George could not live close to a park where children play. Brunswick has a park with playground equipment that occupies a full block a short distance from their former home.

At the mobile home park, the Edenfield house sat between the mobile homes of Christopher’s father, Mike Barrios, and his grandmother, Sue Rodriguez. In walking between their homes, Christopher passed by a corner of the Edenfields’ rented mobile home.

He disappeared while playing in the park on March 8, 2007, and his body was found a week later to the day.

It had taken the jury of six men and six women empaneled in Jeff Davis County less than two hours Monday to find Edenfield guilty of murder, cruelty to children, three counts of aggravated child molestation and other charges.

The jury, sequestered since the Sept. 30 opening of the trial, worked through the weekend.


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AL - Judges Sexual Fetish Testimony In Limbo

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10/06/2009

By Jessica Taloney

MOBILE - Prosecutors are awaiting a judge's decision on whether a clinical psychologist will be allowed to testify about sexual fetishes during the trial of former Circuit Court Judge Herman Thomas.

Defense attorneys opposed the testimony during a hearing Monday afternoon, saying Thomas is not accused of having a sexual fetish, but Chief Assistant District Attorney Nicki Patterson disagreed describing Thomas as a sexual predator who engaged in "unusual sexual acts."
- If he has to go to court, then yes, he is accused!

Dr. Catalina Arata, a retired professor from the University of South Alabama, is an expert in sexual abuse and the behavior of sexual abuse victims, according to Patterson, who plans to use the doctor as an expert witness. "The law says an expert can testify to anything that is beyond the ordinary understanding of a juror," she said.

Thomas is facing 83 felony charges including sodomy, sex abuse, kidnapping and extortion. Fifteen alleged victims have accused the former judge of forcing them to drop their pants while he paddled them for sexual pleasure in a secret office near his chambers. The allegations appear to stem from incidents that allegedly happened from 1999 to 2005. At least three of the victims say they were also forced to perform other sexual acts in exchange for leniency in court or under the threat of being sent back to jail.

Thomas has denied all of the allegations, and his attorneys have been quick to attack the credibility of the accusers. Bob Clark, one of Thomas' attorneys, was scolded by Patterson in court Monday after he referred to the accusers as "bums."

Retired Judge Claud Neilson, who was brought in from Marengo County to preside over the case, dismissed prosecutors motion to remove Clark and Jeff Deen from Thomas' defense team, saying both men should be disqualified because they or associates from their firm have represented several of the accusers in previous cases. Outside the courtroom Monday, Clark called Patterson the "b" word for filing the grievances.

Prosecutors are also awaiting Neilson's decision on whether three judges, including Mobile County Circuit Court Judge Charles Graddick, will be allowed to testify. Patterson says their testimony would be used to explain to jurors the proper conduct of a judge. Patterson also plans to use the judges as fact witnesses.

Monday, 300 potential jurors received a questionnaire to fill out. One of the 62 questions asked potential jurors if they are affiliated with a number of organizations including 100 Black Men of Greater Mobile, Alabama Democratic Conference, MAMGA and dozens of fraternities. The questionnaire also asks jurors if they or a member of their family have ties to Bishop State Community College.

Attorneys on both sides spent most of the day Tuesday reading through the answers. Attorneys will begin striking the jury Wednesday, and opening statements could begin as early as Thursday afternoon.

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VA - Perversion 101: Kids taught 'gay' sex, rape, bestiality

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10/05/2009

By Chelsea Schilling

High school teacher keeps job after handing out pornographic 'banned book'

A father of a high-school student is infuriated after he said a teacher provided "banned books" to her 11th-grade students, including at least one with explicit descriptions of homosexual sex acts, rape, masturbation, profane language and even bestiality.

John Davis, father of an 11th-grade student at William Byrd High School in Vinton, Va., told WND that English teacher Kathleen Renard provided her personal copy of a book called "Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky to one of her English students, and it was passed to his son. The book is published by MTV Books.

Davis found the book in his son's possession, along with a bookmark that said, "Read banned books. They're your ticket to freedom."

"My son was reading the book and stated it was a school assignment," Davis told WND. "He was embarrassed that I began to peruse through the book and discovered its contents. He advised that the book belongs to his English teacher, Mrs. Kathleen Renard."

Upon reading the book, Davis discovered the following:

  • sex acts between teenagers
  • male and female masturbation
  • suicide
  • oral sex
  • extensive use of profanity, especially the "F"-word
  • multiple cases of homosexual acts between teenage boys, including kissing, seduction and anal sex
  • illegal drug and alcohol use, including smoking marijuana and LSD usage
  • anonymous homosexual acts between men and boys
  • rape of a teenage girl while she cried
  • molestation of a young boy by a woman
  • molestation of a young girl by an older man
  • how hitting a girl can turn her on and make her love a boy
  • attempted sex between a boy and a dog

Davis confiscated the book and arranged to meet with Renard and William Byrd High School Principal Richard Turner.


The father said the English teacher was not present at the Oct. 2 meeting. He asked the principal if he could speak with the teacher, but he said Turner refused to call her in, saying, "I'm not going to fire her over this."

"I was supposed to be meeting with him and the teacher together so I could get some answers," Davis said. "He wouldn't let the teacher come in because he was trying to protect her."

Davis said the principal explained that Renard had made "a whole row" of banned books available to her students in celebration of the American Library Association's "Banned Book Week." She included her personal copy of "Perks of Being a Wallflower," complete with her own name on the inside jacket, among other selections.

The book is listed among ALA's top 10 "most frequently challenged books of 2008." The ALA "banned" books also include many other stories that reference sex, occult themes, violence, offensive language, drug abuse, homosexuality and suicide.

The principal told Davis he believed the book was inappropriate, but he said the father handled his complaint improperly.

Parents were not informed that these banned books would be made available to the students. Davis said that when he expressed this concern to the principal, he replied, "You're right about that."

According to Davis, the principal said he believed the teacher should not have provided the books. Principal Turner claimed he had met with the instructor and disciplined her, but Davis said he would not say what actions had been taken. Instead, he told the father, "That's between me and her."

Davis said, "As far as I know, he may have just given her a paid day off. He wouldn't tell me."


Principal Turner acknowledged that the school also carried two copies of the book in the library and said he had asked to have them removed from the shelves.

Messages left with Principal Turner and Roanoke County School Board members had not been returned at the time of this report.

Davis mentioned WND's big list of teachers who have sexual relationships with minor students and said he is concerned that a teacher who provides sexually explicit reading material to her students could have ulterior motives.


Davis is still in possession of the book and has chosen not to give it back to the instructor because he said he doesn't want it back in the hands of students.

"This is one of the better schools around," he told WND. "People need to wake up and start questioning some of the things that are going on in the schools. They wonder why we're having so many problems with teens. A lot of it has to do with what goes on in the schools."

Concerned individuals may contact William Byrd High School or the Roanoke County School Board.


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ITALY - Wacky naked stalker prank in Italy

Is this what "entertainment" has come to? Scaring the hell out of someone? The man who did this, should be slammed with a sex charge and thrown in jail or prison. This is not funny at all. When someone gets hurt or dies, then who is going to be blamed for it? Idiots!

NOTE: Nudity is blurred out!


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Remember this scene, from "Cheaters?"

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TX - Sexual Abuse hearing about Texas Judge Samual Kent

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OH - Ending sexual abuse (10/05/2009)

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MA - Marlborough adjusts sex offender ordinance

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10/06/2009

By Paul Crocetti

MARLBOROUGH - The city no longer has the power to arrest sex offenders who loiter near restricted areas following the City Council's approval of changes to its registered sex offender ordinance last night.

Following recommendations by the state attorney general's office, the council approved removing the section that allows police to arrest registered sex offenders who continue to loiter near schools and other facilities. The city can still fine violators of that section.

The city can now only fine violators of the ordinance, Councilor at large Steven Levy said after the meeting. Levy crafted the original ordinance, which restricts where registered sex offenders can live.

Police can still arrest a registered sex offender for a charge such as disturbing the peace if that is warranted, Levy said.

Under the ordinance, registered sex offenders must leave a specific area after police notify them that they are loitering. Registered sex offenders can not remain for more than 15 minutes within 500 feet of a school, school bus stop, day care center, park, recreational facility, elderly housing facility or facility for the mentally retarded.
- So being somewhere, with a purpose, for more than 15 minutes, is not loitering, by definition.

Mayor Nancy Stevens had requested the section giving the power to arrest if sex offenders continue to loiter after police notification, Levy said. The removal of this section was the only change in intent of the law last night, said Levy, who did not object to the change because it was not in his original version.

The council made other, mainly technical, changes to the ordinance.

Many other towns used the language in Marlborough's ordinance in versions of their own, Levy said. Town bylaws are subject to approval by the attorney general but city ordinances are not, he said.

The attorney general's office has recommended changes to sex offender bylaws. City Solicitor Donald Rider had come before councilors to recommend they make similar changes.

Ward 3 Councilor Scott Schafer, who works in the attorney general's office, abstained from last night's vote.

At a public hearing earlier in the meeting, no residents spoke for or against a proposal to restrict the location of narcotic detoxification and maintenance facilities.

Council President Arthur Vigeant, who proposed the restrictions, asked councilors for support. The council is waiting on the Planning Board's recommendation before it takes a vote.

Vigeant said he is not looking to ban the facilities. He said the precautionary measure is intended to make sure they would go in the proper neighborhoods and not affect residential areas.

Ward 1 Councilor Joseph Delano said he is comfortable with prohibiting the facilities from locating within 1,000 feet of a school, recreational facility, park, elderly housing facility or retirement community.

"(The proposal) is the kind of foresight we need from this body," he said.

The council tabled the item until the Oct. 26 meeting.


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VT - New law expands Vt's public sex offender registry

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10/06/2009

Burlington - The names of Vermont's convicted sex offenders available on the Internet jumped from 461 to 1,149 when a new law took effect on Thursday.

Now anyone with Internet access can search for offenders by name, town or county.

The registry includes photographs, offenders' crimes and conviction dates and treatment status.

There are 240 appeals pending from offenders who don't want their names moved from the unpublished registry to the Internet list. They argue they have served their sentences.

State Sen. Richard Sears helped write the new law. He tells the Burlington Free Press lawmakers felt more people should be on the list as a way to give the public another tool to deal with sex offenders.


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FL - Bookville Update

Article about $7.5 million stimulus money

Last month, they came out with the article that $7.5 million was granted from stimulus money, to be used. Now, one month later, they are saying it's almost gone. How does $7.5 million vanish in such a short time?

Just an update: A few minutes ago Katherine who works for Book, and the homeless trust, was at the "JTC" she was scouting for potential re locator's. She mentioned that the trust is no longer providing assistance for 18 months as previously indicated by Book on a live show. But have reduced it to 6 months assistance due to the money running out.

They also mention that any persons interested, must move in with another former RSO.

  • If you are not working..you need to provide proof that you are searching for employment.
  • If you are working.. you must show proof of income so they may modify the assistance according to your earnings.
  • If you are not married, and wish to live with a long time girlfriend. You can not get the assistance provided because you are not married.
  • They are turning down any home rentals for just ( 1 ) person to live in a home.

In short... It's a dictatorship

I will bet anyone! That it wont be long before the neighbors find out you have 2,3,or 4 former sex offenders, living in the neighborhood. Before the medias and the area residents stars picketing for them to leave.


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CA - California AG Won't Probe Duvall's Sex Bragging (Of course not!)

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10/06/2009

Finally, some good news for California sex braggart "Hot Mike" Duvall...

Attorney General Jerry Brown (Contact) says he won't investigate Duvall's claim, captured on a hot mike, to be having an affair with a woman identified as a lobbyist for an energy company. Until he resigned in the wake of the scandal, Duvall, a Republican, had been vice chair of the state legislative committee that oversees energy issues.

A Brown spokesman told the Los Angeles Times:

Even if the publicly reported behavior is proven to be true, it would not constitute a violation of California law. Accordingly, unless additional information comes to light, our office intends no further inquiry.

Brown, a former governor, is campaigning to re-assume to his old office next year.

It's not all good news for Duvall, though. The FBI has said it is probing Duvall's filthy rodomontade (hat-tip TPMDC's Brian Beutler), and has spoken to two former Duvall aides.


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CANADA - Police make appeal for victims to speak out (After accused commits suicide, some blame the media for his death!)

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Wow, the man committed suicide, some say due to all the media vigilantism, and they are still going on with the case. If there were other victims, which is only speculation, why not let them come out in their own time, instead of the media's? This just seems like a major witch hunt, from what I read in the text below, media pushing and pushing, so they can get that next big story!

10/06/2009

By TAMARA CHERRY

The investigation into camp counsellor and local high school teacher _____ continues, even after he took his own life, police said yesterday.

"There's children out there that might need some sort of counselling," Toronto Police Det. Bill McGarry said. "We really don't know what we're facing until we reach those kids."

_____ was arrested Thursday on charges of luring and invitation to sexual touching after allegations surfaced involving e-mails sent to two teenaged boys he had met while volunteering as a camp counsellor at Ontario Pioneer Camp near Huntsville.

The 32-year-old Jarvis Collegiate Institute teacher was released on $25,000 bail before jumping in front of a train at High Park subway station Saturday.

Hours after _____ was arrested at his west-end home, McGarry appealed to other potential victims to come forward. _____' picture was released, as well as several e-mail addresses he used.

Since _____' death, several of his students and colleagues have expressed anger over the media coverage his charges received -- coverage that was, compared to similar sex crimes investigations, standard.

"To think that all this media hype drove an innocent man to an early grave before he had a chance to prove his innocence!" wrote a man who identified himself as a former camp colleague.

More than 100 students gathered at High Park subway station yesterday to hold a vigil for their teacher.

With bouquets of flowers and signs that blamed the news coverage for his death, many students cursed at members of the media who approached them.

_____' suicide and the comments that followed are troubling for Karyn Kennedy, executive director of BOOST Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention, which provides services to victims of abuse.

"It's very difficult to come forward when sexual abuse or sexual exploitation has happened. It takes a lot of courage. And for a victim to come forward and then have something like this happen, which is a tragedy for everybody, is going to discourage potentially others from coming forward," Kennedy said yesterday. "Whether there were other victims of this alleged offender, I have no idea, but victims, in general, I think already feel so much responsibility when abuse or exploitation occurs. To think that, 'Oh my God, now if I come forward and tell, something like this could happen,' it's just going to contribute to their silence."

McGarry wouldn't comment on whether other children have come forward since his appeal, but said, "We're still getting tips. We're actively following up on leads."

"No doubt, maybe he was a great teacher, but that's not what we're dealing with," McGarry added. "We're dealing with some very serious crimes against children."

"There's a myth out there that people who sexually abuse children or sexually exploit children are some kind of monster in a trench coat or some creepy guy sitting behind a computer screen," Kennedy said. "Anybody, anybody can be a sexual offender, and I think there is often that kind of outcry when it's somebody who people don't imagine could have done this thing, but anybody is capable."

Police "don't lay these kind of charges frivolously," she said.

"When a charge is laid and it's against a person who has had ongoing, long-standing contact with children who potentially could have experienced the same sort of exploitation ... there is a responsibility to let the public know that these charges have been laid and the identity of this person."


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Talks Taryn Simon photographs secret sites

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You can skip forward to 11:40 for the "Innocence" portion of the clip.

Taryn Simon exhibits her startling take on photography -- to reveal worlds and people we would never see otherwise. She shares two projects: one documents otherworldly locations typically kept secret from the public, the other involves haunting portraits of men convicted for crimes they did not commit, most were SEX crimes.

Why you should listen to her: .With An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar, Taryn Simon goes on the hunt for America's dirty secrets. Gaining entrance to places as diverse as a white tiger breeding facility, the JFK Airport quarantine area, abortion clinics and virus-research labs, Simon shows the things that are integral to America's foundation, mythology and daily functioning, but remain inaccessible or unknown to a public audience. In her earlier book, The Innocents, she shot portraits of more than 80 wrongly accused death-row inmates who were exonerated by DNA testing, and investigated photography's role in that process.

But Simon's photographs stretch beyond mere documentation. Brimming with radiant light, unsettling atmosphere and sinister implications, they pulse with artistic mystery.

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Outrage of the Weekend: Eek! A Male!

From FreeRangeKids

Thanks to John Walsh, who taught us to hate all men, along with all the feminists, media and idiotic politicians.

10/05/2009

By Lenore Skenazy

Hi Free-Rangers — Speaking of our growing terror of anyone with a Y chromosone, read this:

My husband, who taught kindergarten Sunday School, is no longer allowed to help out with the preschoolers. At all. Why? A child fell down and hurt herself, and while comforting her he gave her a kiss. On the forehead. And apparently another parent saw this and assumed he was some sort of sicko. A month earlier he had a child in his class pass out napkins before snack and she went home and told her parents that she was the special helper in Mr. X’s class. They switched their child’s class. 99% percent of parents loved him, because of a couple of paranoid parents, and a church afraid of being sued, everyone is suffering. The kids come up to him and ask why he isn’t their teacher anymore. What is he supposed to say?


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Just The Facts - And PJ says they do not make first contact or edit posts, well, here is some proof, from Xavier's (aka AngryGerman) own mouth! (Sounds like he's making threats as well)

I don't like Xxxx123.
I had a conversation with Xxxx earlier. This guy is a total clueless moron. As an aside, you HAVE to love the "now online" feature, don't you?

the_angrygerman: So, you out trolling for fourteen year olds today?
xxxx123: who is this
the_angrygerman: This is Xavier Von Erck. I'm interested, are you out trolling for fourteen year olds today?
the_angrygerman: Because see, you were earlier, so I wanted to know if you are today.
xxxx123: nah i was chatting last night.. no serious shit
the_angrygerman: Oh, so you give out your phone number to just any old fourteen year old that IM's you?
xxxx123: do u think i can give my number away .. u just had my friends number
xxxx123: lol
the_angrygerman: That's good, that means you won't mind that we've given out your phone number to oh, thousands of people.
xxxx123: i was there chatting from their house
the_angrygerman: Uh huh. I haven't heard that eighteen hundred times.
the_angrygerman: Let's pretend that you really WERE at your friends. Now your friends get phone calls.
xxxx123: dude how much do i pay u to get my email out of u r site
the_angrygerman: Pay? I don't take money, idiot.
xxxx123: who cares
xxxx123: as long it's not my number
the_angrygerman: You know, if you annoy me, I have more than enough to get your address, your last name... you know, maybe I should do that.
xxxx123: dude take it easy
the_angrygerman: I can always edit the post, after all. My, sounds like a regular sporting idea.
xxxx123: lets negioate for a bit
xxxx123: i promise ididnt have anything to do with a 14 year old girl
the_angrygerman: What is there to negotiate? You tried to hook up with a fourteen year old last night.
xxxx123: noooo
xxxx123: i didnt
xxxx123: i was so bored last night thats it
the_angrygerman: Yes, you did. You going to try to deny now?
the_angrygerman: I don't care if you were bored, or hungry, or stupid... well, definitely you're stupid, however last night, you contacted a fourteen year old for sexual purposes. How old are you?
the_angrygerman: Can't you get a female your age?
xxxx123: listen dude .. i never chatted with enyone before online so i figured out to chat nothin was serious
the_angrygerman: So what's this then? "xxxx123: when u get there give me a call
xxxx123: i will pick u up"
xxxx123: ohh yea thats all talk
xxxx123: did i pick her up
xxxx123: did i call her again
the_angrygerman: I guess you just, oh, I don't know, non-seriously make plans to meet fourteen year olds and give out your number in aid of doing that.
xxxx123: did i do anything
xxxx123: i even deleted her after i chatted with her
the_angrygerman: Yes, you made plans to contact and have sex with a fourteen year old.
the_angrygerman: You do know that doing that is against the law, right?
xxxx123: what the f*** u r talking about
xxxx123: how do u read my mind
the_angrygerman: Ever hear of the "innocent images" program?
xxxx123: it seems u watch minority report alot
the_angrygerman: No, it seems as though I'm reading what you wanted to do.
xxxx123: who said u reading what i wanted to do
xxxx123: dude i never meet people offline
the_angrygerman: So you're telling me that using the internet in aid of obtaining sex from a minor ISN'T against the law?
xxxx123: it's so crazy
xxxx123: first i was in my friend house and second they were sleeping nothin to do
the_angrygerman: Well, I don't like your attitude. Perhaps I should run this file up the flagpole and see what they think.
xxxx123: i didnt said any sexual thing with this girl.. and i was like okay i know it's wrong let me keep chatting and delete her
xxxx123: why u r so rude
the_angrygerman: I'm rude? Ha! I'm not the guy that tries to hook up with fourteen year olds, boyo.
xxxx123: dude.. i didnt try do u know what chatting.. and yea she dosnt have my number how will she get a hold of me
xxxx123: ?>
xxxx123: and she is already deleted
the_angrygerman: You know how easy it would be for me to get your whole life history? Your personal information? The names of your family?
the_angrygerman: Do you know how f***ing stupid you really are going online trying to hook up with underage individuals?
xxxx123: i'm not a pervert to hang out with a 14 year old girl she is like my little sister
the_angrygerman: Really, you ask your little sister if she's a virgin?
xxxx123: did i talk about sex?
the_angrygerman: Yes, you did.
xxxx123: i asked her why she lost and with who.. and i felt bad about it
the_angrygerman: You felt so bad that you tried to meet her.
the_angrygerman: AMAZING how bad you felt!
xxxx123: listen dude ..it's not fait to judge people in here.... what i feel bad about is my friends number is online.
the_angrygerman: Well, let's pretend it's your friends number for a second. I doubt it is, but let's pretend.
xxxx123: it's not going to effect me
the_angrygerman: Your friend now, has his number given out to thousands of my visitors. And let's pretend that it was actually your friend. You know how easy it would be for me to find out your friends name, cross reference it with your name and see if you're lying or not?
xxxx123: yea.. u could i'm not lying
xxxx123: lets do a deal okay
the_angrygerman: Then, if you're not lying, I could simply flood your friend with phone calls, and I'm pretty sure he would give you up fairly easily.
xxxx123: i know this what i feel bad asbout
xxxx123: lets do a adeal could we
the_angrygerman: There's no deal. You have nothing to offer me. You're a sick individual.
xxxx123: u taught me a good lesson thoufh i didnt have no plan to meet a 14 yeqar old i promise
the_angrygerman: Right. Anyways, I'm tired of your obtuse attitude. I just wanted to see if you had any semblance of a brain. You obviously do not. Good day.
xxxx123: i can give u this emaill and i promise u i will never chat again online if u took my friend number out
xxxx123: can u talk to me for a bit
xxxx123: pls
xxxx123: u there


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GA - SCHR Files for Summary Judgment in Whitaker v. Perdue


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10/05/2009

Friends,

We hope this update finds you and your family well.

Last week, SCHR filed five motions for summary judgment in Whitaker v. Perdue on behalf of the class of all persons on the registry. In these briefs, SCHR is asking the Court to strike down as unconstitutional various parts of Georgia’s sex offender law, including the prohibition against living within 1,000 feet of churches, school bus stops, and swimming pools and the prohibition against working within 1,000 feet of churches, schools, and child care centers. The motions, which are all available on our website, are as follows:

  1. Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment and for a Permanent Injunction to Enjoin Enforcement of the “School Bus Stop Provision” of O.C.G.A. 42-1-15(b); (Read the brief)
  2. Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment on Takings Clause Claim; (Read the brief)
  3. Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment to Stop the State From Criminalizing Protected Religious Activity; (Read the brief)
  4. Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment on Vagueness and Overbreadth; (Read the brief)
  5. Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment on Behalf of Ex Post Facto Subclass. (Read the brief)

The State will now have an opportunity to respond to our briefs. After that, the court will make a decision on the case. We do not know when the court will make its decision. We will keep you posted as always.

All the best,

Sarah, Sara, Mica and Gerry

Sara J. Totonchi
Associate Director
Law Offices of the Southern Center for Human Rights
83 Poplar Street, N.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
404/688-1202 ext. 219 voice
404/688-9440 fax
stotonchi@schr.org


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