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Sending a picture of your underaged penis illegal, police taking many pictures of your underaged pen

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posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 12:01 AM
a reply to: VoidHawk

You know, you might have something there, with the idea of intentional infliction of emotional distress. I think it would work if we weren't dealing with a search warrant.

If an average Joe, grabbed the kid, put him in a room and did this, there would be excellent case for at least three criminal charges and a civil case worth $100,000, easy. Average Joe would be hurting badly for a long time and probably wouldn't survive life in prison. Fine with me.

Listen, everybody, please. The kid's going to be hurting for a long time because of this, no matter what happens. I'm really sorry for the kid, I know he wasn't planning anything bad with the photos (well, I assume he wasn't). He's going to have a serious handicap which will be with him for a long time, maybe his whole life. The punishment may or may not be disproportionate to the crime, we don't know yet. But the fact of being arrested, and having his story told nationally is really terrible. He'll suffer even if there is no punishment. He might very well have to pick up and move. I wonder how much of this might be due to the advice his attorney gave him. I don't know, and it's too late now anyway.

The frustrating part for all of you, and for me, but I can compartmentalize, is that there is no good course of action to take now. Yes, I understand lashing out at the law and the people enforcing it. It feels good to scream at idiots. (H---, I do it here sometimes. I appreciate being reminded to "cool it.") Yes, I understand the urge to sue or arrest those involved or even take more drastic steps, but - it - will - not - help. I'm really sorry.

If you live in Virginia, you might have a little influence, but who here lives in Prince William County? Even then, you've only got two choices. Beg the County Attorney and Judge to show some mercy, or vote.

The kid didn't do anything really wrong, it's just illegal. The County hasn't done anything wrong yet. They're only doing what the Commonwealth legislature told them to do. The legislature reached this point after years of review and proposed amendments. The law is seriously their best effort to deal with things like this.

There aren't any heroes, but there also aren't any villains.

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 12:02 AM
a reply to: defuntion
I hope to see it 404 tomorrow due to an overwhelming number of responses. The story is taking off at a few places I have spread the news story so far.

You can't consent to be in those pictures because you're too young to understand the consequences of being in the pictures. So we're going to charge you with the crime of taking pictures of a person too young to understand the consequences of being in the pictures that you took

One of my favorite comments so far

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 01:00 AM
a reply to: ATODASO

It's actually the exact same story only the genders and genitalia are switched.

Whatevs though. lol

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 01:50 AM
Hey a similar situation, maybe someone needs to send the news this vid just for laughing purposes

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 01:59 AM
a reply to: TKDRL

Good to see our taxes put to good use , profiling teenagers penises. That will sure help them id these perps in the penis database and teach these teenagers a lesson. Your penis cant escape the long arm of the law. Next thing you know there will be bulletins posted at the post office "have you seen this suspicious penis" i am sure the people at neighborhood watch will get right on the case. Maybe they will be smart and start to catologue terrorists penises at the NSA. Heck facebook might force us to use our gentitals to log in with a working phone number. I feel so much safer now.

Yesterday it was just a meme

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posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 02:46 AM
a reply to: TKDRL

i read about this earlier today(technically yesterday).....this is SO stupid..

they're both stupid don't understand that there are so many stupid rules made by stupid people who want to control everything we do...

kids do dumb stuff....what "the legal system" is doing to this kid is just flat out wrong...

putting him in a hospital bed, forcing an erection, and then snapping photos of it? in front of who knows how many people? wtf? how is this not child abuse?

a kid sending a naughty picture to his girlfriend (also a kid), while lewd, and in poor taste, doesn't, in my opinion, justify the cops getting to take a mugshot of this dude's is wrong with this country?

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 03:32 AM

originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: TKDRL

Both the police, and he young person who initiated the communication involving a picture of their equipment, so to speak, should be prosecuted. It's a vile and ungentlemanly practice to photo bomb people with pictures of ones privates, and it ought to be sternly punished. However, law enforcement should not have the right to force an erection on a minor, just to prove such a case.

I fail to see your justification behind calling it "a vile and ungentlemanly practice" but putting that aside as that's going to cause conflicting opinions and isn't constructive for this topic. As well as how this is to be considered "photo bombing" or is your definition of photo bombing different from the rest of the world?

Although we have no way of knowing who, as you put it, initiated the communication... they're a couple, something like this isn't going to be a quick initiated occurrence in which he popped out of nowhere and went "Hehe, let me show you my junk". One could pretty much guarantee this isn't the first time either of them have seen each others "equipment".

From the article the girl was the one who initially sent photos to him anyway, yet she hasn't been charged. If it wasn't for her mother filing a complaint nothing would have come of this so if anything she has some answering to do! Let alone the way the police have dealt with it! This is an absolutely pathetic waste of tax payers money pursuing something which shouldn't have even been raised as an issue.
Especially the way in which they intend to go about it.

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posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 03:59 AM

off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 04:15 AM
Maybe money or spite is the reason regardless, sending a picture is not rape or violation and in such a petty thing you are the one who chooses to take offense and go ape up the wall over it, and now you want to violate a person's body over an image on a screen...

The mother should be charged for failing to protect her daughter if she decided to not let her through sex-ED.
If the mother wants to keep her daughter ignorant, she should have constant control over who the daughter is in contact with, otherwise it was HER failure if she put such hysterical proportions to natural biology then proceeded to not give two hairs about her daughters social life.

All charges should be dropped and those claiming offense should get over it
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posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 05:05 AM

originally posted by: charles1952
a reply to: TKDRL

Again, what in the world are you talking about? There is a court issued warrant. It doesn't matter if the parents love or hate the idea.

This is past the stage where the parents could have stopped this. If they really thought this was a horrible life-ending experience they would go to the kid and say:

"Son, we know you did it, you know you did it, the world knows you did it. Go to the judge, plead guilty, and ask for mercy. If you keep fighting this, the judge's warrant will most likely stand, and the photos will happen. Your call, which of the two is worse?"

So if the court issued a court order to water board someone thats totatly cool as theres a warrent?

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 05:11 AM
a reply to: charles1952

Im sorry i just see no point in the evidence value of taking penis pictures.

And too me its a forced and unnecessary medical procedure.
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posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 06:00 AM
a reply to: TKDRL

This is seriously sad. In Virginia, which is where this happened the minimum marriageable age is 16 with parental consent, but other states like Kansas it is 15 with the consent of the parents.

I keep thinking, if their parents had been agreeable and they lived in Kansas, this could have ended in marriage, yet... this boy - for answering pictures with pictures of his own (what self respecting boy would not have done the same?) is being raped (this is rape plain and simple) by government officials.

It's insane to me. Why are we charging teenagers with crimes when they are doing what teenagers do?

This reminds me of the Kansas case where a 17 year old boy was charged with unlawful voluntary sexual relations with his girlfriend who was 15 a few years back. Yet... they could have feasibly gotten married. Married if her parents like you, arrested if they dont. WTF?

And this case, this wasn't even sex! This was way down on the list of things to get angry about a boy doing! Hell, as a parent if we had our choice between innocent sexting and picture sharing or actual sex which can feasibly result in pregnancy, Id choose the sexting.

The girls parents needed to have a heart to heart talk with their daughter.... not try to have this boy charged with a crime!

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 06:22 AM
a reply to: crazyewok

It's rape. If he does not consent to having an erection given him so they can take pictures, it is rape of a minor. The pictures are not evidence, they are child pornography.

What's good for the goose is good for the gander. What are they planning, getting him hard in court too so they can say: THIS is the offending penis?

This is insanity at its worst!

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 06:26 AM
a reply to: OpinionatedB

I agree.

Its a unnecessary medical procedure thats to result in a involuntary arousal to produce evidence of dubious value. Thats sexual abuse.

The "evidence" of a penis picture would provide little value in the case. There little point to this procedure. Its unnecessary humiliation and suffering hence torture.

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 06:55 AM
a reply to: TKDRL

Is this true because its bloody ridiculous!

There are major Criminal Acts going on in the World and these officers want to take photos of a naked guy???

If both parties agreed to send photos, what is the big deal?

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 07:25 AM
a reply to: crazyewok

Its a unnecessary medical procedure thats to result in a involuntary arousal to produce evidence of dubious value. Thats sexual abuse.

Yes it is! But this is Virginia we're talking about. The Forced Vaginal Probe state!

Virginia state Legislature passed a bill that would require women to have an ultrasound before they may have an abortion. Because the great majority of abortions occur during the first 12 weeks, that means most women will be forced to have a transvaginal procedure, in which a probe is inserted into the vagina, and then moved around until an ultrasound image is produced.

Since a proposed amendment to the bill—a provision that would have had the patient consent to this bodily intrusion or allowed the physician to opt not to do the vaginal ultrasound—failed on 64-34 vote, the law provides that women seeking an abortion in Virginia will be forcibly penetrated for no medical reason. I am not the first person to note that under any other set of facts, that would constitute rape under the federal definition.* eason.html

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posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 07:39 AM
a reply to: TKDRL
Talk about a case where the evidence wouldn't stand up in court ...

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 07:59 AM

originally posted by: Nyiah
How in the hell is forcing someone via drugs to have an erection not sexual abuse/rape?? Effing how? I just, this is, I mean, how is that kind of thing justifiable in any manner? Sexual abusers, the whole damn lot of them pushing for this. I was under the impression that when it comes to genitalia, "No" means "NO", and is straight-up assault when ignored. Evidently, I was mistaken if someone has an axe to grind.

< stomps off in a disgusted huff, with a certain finger aimed in this town's general direction >

As the mother of two, thankfully now grown sons, I'm right there with you, only shooting both birds in their direction.

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 08:47 AM
wow, just wow.

forcibly injecting drugs into a minor to illicit an erection against his will. i'm sorry but, just because the court doesn't want to jerk him off too doesn't mean it's not rape. and its all so that afterward they can compare the two photos? this is what our legal system is thinking about these days? this is what they are devoting their time and energy to? like there is no better way they could be using their resources in that county. there's so much that's fuc*ed up in this whole situation it's disgusting.

posted on Jul, 10 2014 @ 09:33 AM
a reply to: Daedalus
Not to mention, they have already took nude photos of the dude when he was arrested. If she was given the same treatment, I imagine there would be a whole lot more moral outrage going on. And no, I am not one of those who wish to see her prosecuted too, neither should be prosecuted, this is stupidity beyond belief.

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