Thursday, October 9, 2008

Texas police arrest 13 year old boy for receiving classmates nude photo

As if the Ohio situation isn't bizarre enough, in Houston a middle school girl texted a naked picture of herself to classmates. What do police do? They arrest a 13 year old boy for opening the message and charge him with child pornography.

Why has our country gotten so crazy in the last 8 years. Maybe Republicans should act more like Bill and Monica, then they wouldn't try to be the morals police.

There are REAL child pornographers and molesters out there, go after them and let school counselors and parents deal with their kids acting up like in this case.

It appears to me that the police in some parts of the country have WAY to much time on their hands. I guess there must be NO crime in these cities. Or maybe it is too hard to catch career criminals, so it looks much better on the cops records to arrest 13 year old boys.

Here's this new sad story:

"Student faces porn charge over text message sent by classmate

SANGER - A controversy has arisen out of Denton County involving a 13-year-old boy, a cell phone and a text message. That message has landed the middle schooler in juvenile detention on child pornography charges...

But at Sanger Middle School, it has become a problem and in some cases, pornographic.

“He doesn’t know what a felony means. He doesn’t understand what pornography means,” said one parent.

She is a mother of a 13-year-old boy arrested Monday and suspended from school and spent the night in a juvenile detention center after an eighth grade female student texted him a naked picture of herself.

“He’s a 13-year-old child. He’s in middle school. He’s supposed to be out there having fun, hanging out and playing football, which he loves to do. Instead, he’s having to sit at home with mom and dad,” said his mother...

“I know some girl was taking pictures of herself and sending it to multiple guys. Obviously, they’ve still got their picture on their phone because they are now getting in trouble,” said Bethany Mitchell, a classmate.

So far only the 13-year-old boy has been arrested.

Police and the school district are not discussing actions against any of the other students.

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