ProSense (1000+ posts) Fri Jun-10-11 08:17 PM
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Weiner Admits Tweeting with Minor, Says Wasn't 'Indecent'
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Weiner Admits Tweeting with Minor, Says Wasn't 'Indecent'
By John Stanton
Roll Call Staff

Rep. Anthony Weiner sent private electronic messages to a 17-year-old Delaware girl but maintains there was nothing inappropriate in his communications with her.

In a statement to Roll Call Friday evening, the New York Democrat's spokeswoman Risa Heller said, "According to Congressman Weiner, his communications with this person were neither explicit nor indecent."

Heller's statement comes after the New Castle County Police Department questioned the girl Friday afternoon, according to Fox News, which said it had reporters present at the home when police arrived.

Weiner became a "follower" of the girl, who is 17, on Twitter in April, and subsequently sent her direct messages. The content of those messages was unknown Friday.

LadyHawkAZ (440 posts) Fri Jun-10-11 08:27 PM
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13. I'll judge it when I see the content
not before.

He's a politician, it's a political account, it's not that implausible that he may have communicated with people for something besides sex. Put the brakes on the rush to judgement, please people, and wait for the content of the messages. Geez.
God...there are people that will defend him no matter what.:eek: