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14 year old arrested for posting nude pics of self

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by JacoLesFlea, Mar 28, 2009.


  1. JacoLesFlea

    JacoLesFlea

    Jun 16, 2006
    Minnesota
  2. :rollno:

    this is absolutely ridiculous. is it REALLY child pornography if its YOU? why would she have to register as a sex offender for being a confused adolescent and future exhibitionist? sure.. its a bad move on her part, and something SHOULD be done about it.. but at most she should have her account terminated, be charged with public indecency at the worst, and her parents need to lock her in her room for a couple years.

    i just read about something like this happening somewhere else.. a kid's phone was taken during class, the teacher went through his phone (which is just wrong) and found a picture another student had sent him. he faces jail time and might have to register as a sex offender.

    they are BOTH teenagers. thats what teenagers do. he wasnt distributing stuff.. he wasnt selling anything.. hes not an adult.. the only wrong thing about it is that the parents need to crack down and the teachers need to keep their noses out of peoples' phones.

    this world is going to ****. i lose more faith in society every day.
     
  3. If you had a girlfriend and saw her naked at 14 you were a cooler kid than I was!

    This is ridiculous, child porn laws are in place to prevent exploitation of kids. If she took the pictures of herself and chose to do it entirely of her own volition, the spirit of the law really doesn't apply. That's not to say that we should have kids just sending naked pics of themselves all over, but labeling them sex offenders isn't the answer.
     
  4. XtreO

    XtreO

    Jan 2, 2008
    Norway
    Lol. I can't find a more suitable reply. Lol covers it all.
     
  5. Webtroll

    Webtroll Rolling for initiative

    Apr 23, 2006
    Austin, TX
    When laws intended for protection are used to enforce morality tonight at 11!
     
  6. Relic

    Relic Cow are you?

    Sep 12, 2006
    Robbinsville, NJ
  7. Happynoj

    Happynoj

    Dec 5, 2006
    UK
    I like turtles.
    Pics or no 14 year old...






    ^ JOKE ^
     
  8. RWP

    RWP

    Jul 1, 2006
    What , no teacher involved? I am disappointed. :rollno:
     
  9. cynikal1234

    cynikal1234

    May 12, 2008
    SRQ, FLorida
    pedobear4dz.

    other than that, i find it wrong that she has to be registered as a sex offender. Though she is dumb to actually do something like that in the first place.
     
  10. Marve

    Marve

    Apr 18, 2008
    Bu... Th... Stupid.... Ahh, dw about it...
     
  11. Dr. Cheese

    Dr. Cheese Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 3, 2004
    Metro St. Louis
    There are two problems here: the criminalization of stupid child behavior; and the common abuse of sex offender status.
    Way too often, the police are called in to situations that used to handled by teachers or principals, along with parents. As someone who worked in the public schools, and who is the son of teacher, I can tell you all that the loss of disciplinary power is the schools is a direct result of parents suing over attempts at discipline. The schools have no choice but to call in the police.

    The Sex Offender Registration is a great idea for pedophiles, and rapists, but this society, which is terminally hung up on sex, has made the list of registerable sex crimes downright silly. I read once about a seven year old boy that put his hands in a girls pants who was arrested, and who had to go to school with teenage sex offenders in Metro Detroit! When I was a kid, he would have been spanked and made to stand in corner for not keeping his hands to himself. Unless there were some deep-seated psychological issue, that punishment would have ended the behavior 95-99% of the time.

    Similarly the girl in the case first mentioned needs to lose her cell phone, and needs a long, long grounding. I also don't think kids that recieve photos of children within their age group need to be criminalized either.:mad:
     
  12. thumpbass1

    thumpbass1

    Jul 4, 2004
    This is a case of misusing a criminal statute in a way that it was never intended to be used! I hope any charges filed by the prosecution in this situation get tossed out by the first judge to get such an act of idiocy and over reaching, before their bench. Absolutely no common sense is being applied here at all in this case.

    I'm all for laws against child pornography, and for laws used against those who prey on kids. I'm sorry, but I don't see an adult predator in this situation, which these types of laws were intended to address. I do see a foolish kid doing an immature and dumb thing involving herself. I have to agree with the esteemed Dr. Cheese on this one.
     
  13. Lammchop93

    Lammchop93 Supporting Member

    Feb 4, 2007
    Louisville, KY
    I hate how schools go through students phones. At my school, you aren't allowed to have phones out, and if you are caught with it out, they take it on the spot. Then they go through it. I always lock my phone, so if they would happen to take it, all I have to do is turn it off and then they can only get in by knowing the password.

    lol, the other day I pulled my phone out in the morning so I could turn it off, since I never use it anyway during the day, and a teacher saw me and said "Give me your phone." I put it in my pocket and replied, "If you want it, you gotta get it out of my pocket." Then I got a dirty look and she walked off all pissed.:p
     
  14. Dr. Cheese

    Dr. Cheese Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 3, 2004
    Metro St. Louis
    As an old man, all I can say is that your attitude is going to set you up for an ugly confrontation that you will not win. Do yourself a favor, and leave that cell phone at home since it is against the rules. If you think you are dealing with too many rules now, just wait until yoou get out in the working world full time.:D
     
  15. Lammchop93

    Lammchop93 Supporting Member

    Feb 4, 2007
    Louisville, KY
    Thing is though, I always keep my phone in my pocket, but it is turned off. I need to keep it on me because both of my parents work, and our school recently has had lots of bomb threats (fake of course). And we are going total renovation, so sometimes our school has a problem and has to close, and I need a way to contact my parents.

    The reason the teacher was trying to take it was because I literatly took it our of my pocket to turn it off. It made me mad that she still wanted it, so I figured why not, and said what I said.
     
  16. Ripper

    Ripper

    Aug 16, 2005
    NY/NC
    i always have my phone on my in school... usually on.

    some teachers care more than others, so you just have to be careful about pulling it out.

    and the easiest way to stop teachers from going through it is pull the battery before you fork it over...

    people are sue-happy idiots who take no responsibility anymore
     
  17. Dr. Cheese

    Dr. Cheese Gold Supporting Member

    Mar 3, 2004
    Metro St. Louis
    I'm pretty sure your school has a way to contact parents. It's sounds like youo are rationalizing why you break the rules, but hey, you are a teenager, breaking rules is part of being your age. Just be smart, and avoid getting yourself in a hole you can't get dig way out of.;)
     
  18. Mark Wilson

    Mark Wilson Supporting Member

    Jan 12, 2005
    Toronto, Ontario
    Endorsing Artist: Elixir® Strings
    Vanessa Hudgens?
     
  19. JacoLesFlea

    JacoLesFlea

    Jun 16, 2006
    Minnesota


    oh yhea thats right.....but werent those just scantily clad pics not 30 explicit nude pics? Not saying its right but......hey they need to throw the book at her too
     
  20. Dfinch

    Dfinch

    Dec 27, 2007
    Portland, OR
    +1

    As a cop I'm outraged by the misuse of the law in this case. The next step is charging teenagers with child molesting when they masturbate.

    This is an education issue, not a criminal issue. If anything good comes from the publicity, it is that it will be a wakeup call to the boyfriends who are receiving these pics, because they are definitely at risk here.
     

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