Wednesday, May 5, 2010

NV - Sexting Introduction

Our second issue is more sensitive and is certainly something that has found its way to courts across the nation SEXTING. This is the practice by some teens of sharing suggestive, revealing, or explicitly nude photos through social media.

Unfortunately, these photos often have a way of traveling beyond the intended recipient.

Sharing or even possessing these photos, if the person depicted is under age, can lead to child pornography charges. And that kind of conviction can label someone a sex offender and require registering as a sex offender for years.

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CA - Legislative Audit Committee Commissions Audit of Mental Health Sex Offender Commitment Program (Nathan Fletcher)

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Operation FALCON: Federal and Local Cops Organized Nationally

In FALCON 2009, as in prior operations, an emphasis was placed on the capture of violent offenders, gang members and sex offenders. Nationwide, the operation arrested 433 persons wanted for murder, 900 gang members and 2,356 sex offenders. The U.S. Marshals Service, partnering with federal, state and local law enforcement, arrested 35,190 fugitives and cleared 47,418 warrants as part of Operation FALCON 2009 (Federal and Local Cops Organized Nationally). Ranging from coast to coast, Operation FALCON 2009 brought together the resources of 42 federal agencies, 209 state agencies and 1,973 local sheriffs’ and police departments, to again make the program a huge success.
- You will also take note, that many say the recidivism rate of sex offenders is high, which is not true, but that is what they say. So, we have over 700,000 sex offenders in this country, and they are only after 2,356? Sounds like that high recidivism rate is a load of BS, which we know it is. But I'm just saying.

The key here is IF your within the law and complaint, any visit by the US Marshall's office is simple harassment, even if they are "tagging along" with the local LE doing their compliance (residency) check.

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ARC RADIO - Guests Holy Ground Church (Show is over, but listen below)

May 5th, 2010 (The show is over, but listen below)

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Please join us this coming Wednesday for a special show with the Holy Ground Christian Church, and Pastor’s Jose and Betsy, who minister to those who need a helping hand.

In recent weeks this couple has hit the headlines due to a program they run for California 290’s. This term “290’s” is a technical term which means they help house and minister to former sex offenders in their program.

The Pastor’s will join us to discuss their program which they have been operating for two plus years and why they feel strongly its god’s work they do.

Please join us in support of their ministry and work not only with former sex offenders but as well their womens abuse and drug and alcohol homes.

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FL - Sen. Mike Bennett Caught Looking at Porn on Senate Floor

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By Lane Wright

No one will argue that sitting on the Senate floor during session can get a little boring, but looking at porn is probably not the best way to pass the time.

On Thursday morning, Sunshine State News captured exclusive video of Sen. Mike Bennett (Email), R-Bradenton, looking at pornographic material on his state-issued computer on the Senate floor.

Ironically, as Bennett is viewing the material, you can hear a Senator Dan Gelber's (Email) voice in the background debating a controversial abortion bill.

"I'm against this bill," said Gelber, "because it disrespects too many women in the state of Florida."

Bennett defended his actions, telling Sunshine State News it was an email sent to him by a woman "who happens to be a former court administrator."

"I was just sitting there, bored as they were debating the abortion bill," Bennett said.

"I opened it up and said holy [expletive]! What's on my screen? and clicked away from it right away."

Sunshine State News could not verify how long the image of four bikini-clad women with their tops exposed was open before our cameras started rolling on it, but it was up for at least three seconds before it disappeared from the screen.

Senate spokesperson Jaryn Emhof explained further on Bennett's behalf.

"There was some confusion about an email he received," said Emhof. "He thought it was an email about an item being debated on the Senate floor. As soon as he realized it wasn't he closed the page."

But the one image we caught on camera wasn't the only thing Bennett had viewed. It appears other files, including at least two videos, may have been downloaded, too. He was also caught on camera watching a video of a dog running out of the water and shaking itself off. It is unclear if he also thought that was an email about a bill being debated on the floor.

We offered Bennett an opportunity to prove his statements to Sunshine State News by showing the executive editor and videographer the email record with a government-related subject line, but after talking to the Senate's top lawyer, he declined to let us see those records.

This revealing video comes just weeks after an investigation found a number of federal Securities and Exchange Commission employees had been spending several hours visiting pornographic websites on government-issued computers when they should have been working.

When asked if he ever looks at pornography while on the Senate floor, Bennett responded, "You'd have to be insane to do that. It all goes through a server. I don't think anybody would be doing that."

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CA - Father of murdered teen focuses on search response

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More laws? Nathan Fletcher is already working on Chelsae's law, so why do we need more? Is it because he wants to immortalize his child's death in the name of a law? This, IMO, is just the politicians way, who are exploiting the issue, to get around the existing laws, or, if Chelsae's law doesn't pass, they have a backup plan. Follow the leader!


The father of aducted and murdered Escondido teenager Amber Dubois is calling for laws that would enable authorities to respond more quickly when children are snatched off the streets.

Moe Dubois told the San Diego Union-Tribune Tuesday that he is working with lawmakers on a series of measures, mostly focused on search response. The package is expected to be unveiled on May 25.

Dubois also suggests that child sex predators be required to carry driver's licenses identifying them as such.

Fourteen-year-old Amber Dubois was missing for 13 months before her remains were found.

Convicted sex offender John Albert Gardner III pleaded guilty to killing Amber and 17-year-old Chelsea King. He's set to be sentenced next week to life in prison without parole.