Thursday, June 13, 2013

Documentary filmmakers are seeking interviewees for a film on child porn and Internet offenders

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Dear Illinois Voices Supporter,

We are passing along this announcement in case any of you are interested. If this is something you would like to participate in or get more information about, please contact the producers using the email and phone number provided below. Illinois Voices has no further information about this project.

Documentary filmmakers are seeking interviewees for a film on CP and Internet offenders. They are interested in meeting with families and offenders who have these specific type offenses. They have requested a national awareness posting as well as a specific push to Boston as they are going to be in that area in the next week or so. The criteria are given below as well as a contact email and telephone number.

If you contact them, tell the filmmakers Deb and Alex that you are responding to an announcement initiated by Gail of the Florida Action Committee.

Profiles of potential interviewees for documentary, End of Love
  • Young men (25 and under) caught by law enforcement with child pornography on their computers/hard drives who began looking at adult Internet pornography and eventually encountered child porn.
  • Youth and adult men entrapped in chat rooms by law enforcement and convicted of child porn and/or attempted sex with a minor.
  • Youth charged with child porn because of sexting.
  • Parents/family members of youth convicted of the above crimes.
  • Youth and adult men who have an Internet pornography addiction that has impacted their families and intimate relationships.

Phone: 802-324-2098

1 comment :

NJ45143112 said...



What about the rest of us?

Yes, it truly sucks that law enforcement, the "in"-justice department and the legislature are all a bunch of hypocritic Nazis. The purport to be watching out for the welfare of children by policing the internet and stemming the tide of "child" porn (as they call it), but they seem completely unphased when it comes to prosecuting kids for being kids...

But I have to ask the question: why is the documentary so one-sided? The lure of porn and entrapment by law "enfarcement" are problems that affect all men, not just the young. Any man that says "it can't happen to me" is fooling himself. It doesn't take much these days to get arrested for the smallest offense. All it takes is somebody with a badge/position finding the act offensive...

Nice job guys and I know you can't fight the world but remember the rest of us...