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megimoo
12-20-2010, 12:46 PM
Author of pedophilia how-to book arrested

Florida sheriff's deputies have arrested a Colorado man who wrote a guide for pedophiles on obscenity charges.

http://www.traditionalvalues.org/urban/one.php

Polk County deputies arrested Phillip Ray Greaves II at his home in Pueblo, Colo., early Monday on a warrant out of Florida.

Polk Sheriff Grady Judd says his office was able to arrest Greaves on Florida obscenity charges because Greaves sold and mailed his book, The Pedophile's Guide to Love and Pleasure: A Child-lover's Code of Conduct, to Polk deputies. Judd says Greaves even signed the book.


http://www.local12.com/news/national/story/Author-of-pedophilia-how-to-book-arrested/_Fo81mF73UqJS5SVaCGL9g.cspx

Apache
12-20-2010, 01:26 PM
Too bad there wasn't an accidental discharge of a firearm at the time...:mad:

megimoo
12-20-2010, 01:29 PM
Too bad there wasn't an accidental discharge of a firearm at the time...:mad:Two taps...one to the nuts,...wait awhile ..one to the head !

m00
12-20-2010, 01:31 PM
Instead of publicly arresting him, they probably should have taken over the operation and see who the hell orders these books.

Apache
12-20-2010, 01:32 PM
Two taps...one to the nuts,...wait awhile ..one to the head !

Nope. One in the head and be done with it...

megimoo
12-20-2010, 01:37 PM
Instead of publicly arresting him, they probably should have taken over the operation and see who the hell orders these books.They did and other charges are pending.They just busted a whole herd of those critters !....
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FBI posts fake hyperlinks to snare child porn suspects
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A CNET News.com review of legal documents shows that courts have approved of this technique, even though it raises questions about entrapment, the problems of identifying who's using an open wireless connection--and whether anyone who clicks on a FBI link that contains no child pornography should be automatically subject to a dawn raid by federal police.

Roderick Vosburgh, a doctoral student at Temple University who also taught history at La Salle University, was raided at home in February 2007 after he allegedly clicked on the FBI's hyperlink. Federal agents knocked on the door around 7 a.m., falsely claiming they wanted to talk to Vosburgh about his car. Once he opened the door, they threw him to the ground outside his house and handcuffed him.

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-9899151-38.html

m00
12-20-2010, 01:42 PM
They did and other charges are pending.They just busted a whole herd of those critters !....http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-9899151-38.html

This is what scares me:


When anyone visited the upload.sytes.net site, the FBI recorded the Internet Protocol address of the remote computer. There's no evidence the referring site was recorded as well, meaning the FBI couldn't tell if the visitor found the links through Ranchi or another source such as an e-mail message.


So basically I could post a hyperlink to the site and say: new liberal site, lots of laughs check it out and it would get you thrown on the ground and handcuffed at 7am when you answered your door. Or, worse... I could set it up as a browser redirect.

megimoo
12-20-2010, 01:55 PM
This is what scares me:


When anyone visited the upload.sytes.net site, the FBI recorded the Internet Protocol address of the remote computer. There's no evidence the referring site was recorded as well, meaning the FBI couldn't tell if the visitor found the links through Ranchi or another source such as an e-mail message.


So basically I could post a hyperlink to the site and say: new liberal site, lots of laughs check it out and it would get you thrown on the ground and handcuffed at 7am when you answered your door. Or, worse... I could set it up as a browser redirect.It's also a good way to set up an political enemy .All need be done is to plant a trojan in something he will open. After awhile have it download a few child porn pictures to his drive and let the FBI nail him for about twenty years.Computers can be very dangerous to own these days.

Wei Wu Wei
12-20-2010, 05:31 PM
This is what scares me:


When anyone visited the upload.sytes.net site, the FBI recorded the Internet Protocol address of the remote computer. There's no evidence the referring site was recorded as well, meaning the FBI couldn't tell if the visitor found the links through Ranchi or another source such as an e-mail message.


So basically I could post a hyperlink to the site and say: new liberal site, lots of laughs check it out and it would get you thrown on the ground and handcuffed at 7am when you answered your door. Or, worse... I could set it up as a browser redirect.

I'm all in favor of using the full force of the law to get anyone who actually harms any child but this is going overboard

Articulate_Ape
12-20-2010, 06:41 PM
I'm all in favor of using the full force of the law to get anyone who actually harms any child but this is going overboard

You made bail already? WTF?

megimoo
12-20-2010, 06:57 PM
You made bail already? WTF?He's into barnyard and waterfowl !

Gingersnap
12-20-2010, 08:39 PM
You made bail already? WTF?

Okay, that was funny. Really super mean but still pretty funny.

(Sorry, Wu Wu. :D)

Kay
12-20-2010, 08:43 PM
Yeah, I kind of think it oversteps just a tad and is a little scary IF the FBI is really doing this.
If I'm sitting here on a Friday night bored, and just surfing around the intarwebs and just
happen to click a link that leads me to a page where I click on another etc....and I happen
to stumble across one of these planted porno links before I realize and close it...I'd hate
to be woke up and thrown to the ground at 7 AM the next morning.

I'm all for them using entrapment methods, and there's always the potential to swoop up
an innocent person now and then. But I'd rather they go after the people who actually
download and save the files to their hard drive, rather than people who just click a link.

megimoo
12-20-2010, 08:56 PM
Yeah, I kind of think it oversteps just a tad and is a little scary IF the FBI is really doing this.
If I'm sitting here on a Friday night bored, and just surfing around the intarwebs and just
happen to click a link that leads me to a page where I click on another etc....and I happen
to stumble across one of these planted porno links before I realize and close it...I'd hate
to be woke up and thrown to the ground at 7 AM the next morning.

I'm all for them using entrapment methods, and there's always the potential to swoop up
an innocent person now and then. But I'd rather they go after the people who actually
download and save the files to their hard drive, rather than people who just click a link.
They set those up as an excuse to take a look at what you have on your drives.
The thing is it's getting very dangerous to even surf new sites.Any site can stuff a Trajan up your butt and unless it went active right away you would never know it.These things are getting very sophisticated and some are remotely enabled.The Trojan they turned lose on the IRANIANS will never be totally eliminated .These things are programmed to evolve,If hunted go to sleep,awake and replicate.Just Like Digital Fleas..

Gingersnap
12-20-2010, 09:04 PM
I just think that it's ironic to see Florida doing this. It's the perv capital of the U.S. in so many ways. :D

That the guy actually lives in Pueblo is just laughable. Pueblo is a working class town with a lot of conservative Christians and a Hispanic contingent that has been living there since the 1700s. These are not people much affected by current Mexican culture or social issues positions nor by urban hipster situational ethics. :rolleyes: