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I wanted to coment on this. There have been documented cases of parents being prosecuted for having naked baby pictures.
Indeed they could. This spring, Alma Vasquez, a 22-year-old Utah mom, was charged with two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after, police said, she took photos of the child’s father, 34-year-old Sergio Diaz-Palomino, sexually abusing their infant son.
But charges were later dropped because police determined Diaz-Palomino did not assault the baby. Instead, the couple was giving the boy a bath and after the bath, while the baby was still wet and laughing and the father happily kissed the infant’s body, Vasquez documented the scene as family memorabilia. She took the film to Walgreens for processing into prints, and a technician alerted the police. Arrests, jail, indictments, the child’s removal from Vasquez’s home by the state, followed. Diaz-Palomino, who was in the country illegally, was deported.
Originally posted by Xiamara
reply to post by Phantom traveller
You can't wirelessly transmit from a device that doesn't have wireless capabilities you can only hack the computer the device loads to. So a pedophile could NOT hack the barbie to transmit wirelessly to their computer.
I agree with you on your opinions on barbie but hey I had them and I'm a woman who feels perfectly secure with myself and I don't agree with what the barbie label sets forth, but that's because I had a good mother who taught me that barbie is a doll and not something to idolize and work to become.
Originally posted by hotbakedtater
I suppose the FBI is thinking the Ped's themselves will purchase it to lure the child or something convoluted as per their MO.
The agency stressed the alert had been intended only for internal circulation.