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Florida Cheerleader Denies Felony Charge for Lesbian Relationship

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posted on May, 23 2013 @ 11:49 PM
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The activities of a 14 year old girl ARE her parents business.


However, it is not the business of the government. Not when they are near in age.




posted on May, 23 2013 @ 11:59 PM
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Originally posted by Maslo
reply to post by NavyDoc
 





The activities of a 14 year old girl ARE her parents business.


However, it is not the business of the government. Not when they are near in age.


It is when it is the law of that State.



posted on May, 24 2013 @ 01:06 AM
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the older girl had better hope they dont find any nude pics sent to her or from her....thats a 10 mandatory minimum.
there are 14 yr olds on the sex registry for life bc they saw a picture of a peer.
this girl actually had sex with the kid
they have romeo and juliet exceptions for relationships within 2 years. she knew it was wrong and was told to stop...she didn't care about the consequences



posted on May, 24 2013 @ 05:06 AM
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Originally posted by AutOmatIc

Originally posted by RothchildRancor
The problem shouldn't be about the same sex relationship, it should be about the fact that one of them was 18 and the other 14.

Sex with a minor is still sex with a minor gay or straight.


^^THIS^^ is what it's all about. Everything else is just a distraction/derailment. An adult having relations with a minor child is illegal, and she will be branded a child molester for the rest of her life. And she should be labeled as so.


Then I think we ought to label those people who take their children to Mormon churches in Utah to support this kind of conduct with 14 year olds by 38 year old men.

What's the difference between actually committing statutory rape and supporting a church that promotes it, and teaching your children that it is okay?

Essentially, if you as an authority figure affirm statutory rape then your children will engage in it.

It seems unjust to arrest this girl and not the two million Mormons in Salt Lake City, some of whom's ranks include lawyers, doctors, astronauts, military officers. Especially the older elements leading the Mormon regime who cannot feign ignorance of how Smith gained sexual access to Kimball.

How would this girl in Florida know that consensual sex with a 14 year old is wrong when our President Obama and Congress and Senate affirm Mormon sexual misconduct and leadership failure by continuing to allow them to teach?

Did this 18 year old in Florida promise to save her entire family into the kingdom of heaven if the 14 year old was willing to date her? Mormons should be arrested for simply coming to your house to promote statutory rape? They should get their legs broke. They have weapons drawn on them when the bring a Book of Mormon to your door.



posted on May, 24 2013 @ 05:29 AM
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Originally posted by Maslo
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The activities of a 14 year old girl ARE her parents business.


However, it is not the business of the government. Not when they are near in age.


Especially if they are not regulating the presence of churches which promote this kind of behavior.



posted on May, 24 2013 @ 08:14 AM
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they have romeo and juliet exceptions for relationships within 2 years.


Nah, 2 years is too small of a range. Upon further googling, I found out Romeo and Juliet law in Florida has 4 years exception and it seems like it can be applied in this case.

Clicky

Morally she did nothing wrong and there is a precedent where many similar "offenders" were let go. Hopefully she will be another one. And I think it is a good thing that this case shone a light on these illogical laws nationwide.

www.tampabay.com...
edit on 24/5/13 by Maslo because: fix link



posted on May, 24 2013 @ 02:39 PM
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Florida teen rejects plea deal in controversial same-sex case





She has been placed in an environment of school with her classmates where they go to school together, have lunch together, and play on the same team and are allowed to have communication and contact without barriers. Then when something develops between the two as a result of this environment created by the state, it leads to criminal prosecution."





"If this incident occurred 108 days earlier when she was 17, we wouldn't even be here," the attorney wrote.


www.cnn.com...



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 06:47 AM
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LOL, you all with your panties in a wad up your crotches are looking pretty stupid at this point. What you're saying is that when the older girl was 17 years and 364 days of age, she was a law-abiding, non-threatening, non-malicious girl. But hoo-boy, that 365th day, man, she turned eeeeeeevil & abused her girlfriend. That transition from a 17 year old to an 18 year old, by the clock, dang it, is a countdown to a predator in need of prosecution. Kill her with fiah!

Get off your self-imposed pedestals & use a little logic & you might see how absolutely stupid this whole ordeal is for the pair.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 07:07 AM
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Having seen this case in the news, and looking right at it the following can be stated:

In our attempt to protect the citizens of the country and state, there comes points where the question must be asked, would it have been prosecuted if it was an older boy and a younger girl is a valid question. But more to the point, is this a case where the law is going over and beyond the original intent of the law when it was written.

Laws are written to protect children, of that there can be no doubt, but this is not the first time or case, when 2 teenagers are caught in the act and one set of parents object and then demand that justice be brought about on the older person. Is it right no, is it the law, yes. And as sad as it is, the facts are that the girl broke the law, however it will lead to other questions, that must and should be answered in a court of law.

Some of those questions could come up with what if it was a boy of 15 dating a 13 yo girl, would it then be breaking the law? At what point should the law not apply and at what point should it be applied? And where does it end, or begin? Those are the kinds of questions, that we can only hope that the defense attorney will ask and cause doubt on the part of the jury when it does go to trial.



posted on May, 30 2013 @ 05:11 AM
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Actually, you are the one that is wrong. The ages at the time were 18 and 14. Period. I don't know why it's so difficult for people to do some simple research. Here is the arrest affidavit for you, documenting the ages. This makes the act ILLEGAL, and as such, this ADULT should be prosecuted.

www.nytimes.com...



Originally posted by MichaelPMaccabee

Originally posted by defuntion

Originally posted by MichaelPMaccabee
The girl's were 17 and 15 when this started, not 18 and 14.

The parents didn't file charges until she was 18 to ensure she would be tried as an adult. The ages are important because Florida has an age proximity clause in its consent laws.

This probably wont go to trial.
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No. That is not what the article says....
Straight from the OP's article source:

The girls were 18 and 14 when they became sexually involved, according to an arrest affidavit by the county Sheriff's Department.


Why are people trying to make excuses?


That article is wrong. Do a quick google search for the actual information in this case. It isn't hard to find birthdays and names of those involved. It isn't even POSSIBLE for what the arrest affidavit is claiming to be true. Which doesn't impact the case at all, because those are usually just filled with the stories given to the police by the parties involved.



posted on May, 30 2013 @ 05:14 AM
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People get defensive when you call them out when they are incorrect and refuse to back up the statements they have made, telling you to "go find it yourself". Clearly this is what is going on here, hence the refusal to back up what they've said.


Originally posted by HomerinNC

Originally posted by MichaelPMaccabee

Originally posted by defuntion

Originally posted by MichaelPMaccabee
The girl's were 17 and 15 when this started, not 18 and 14.

The parents didn't file charges until she was 18 to ensure she would be tried as an adult. The ages are important because Florida has an age proximity clause in its consent laws.

This probably wont go to trial.
edit on 22-5-2013 by MichaelPMaccabee because: (no reason given)


No. That is not what the article says....
Straight from the OP's article source:

The girls were 18 and 14 when they became sexually involved, according to an arrest affidavit by the county Sheriff's Department.


Why are people trying to make excuses?


That article is wrong. Do a quick google search for the actual information in this case. It isn't hard to find birthdays and names of those involved. It isn't even POSSIBLE for what the arrest affidavit is claiming to be true. Which doesn't impact the case at all, because those are usually just filled with the stories given to the police by the parties involved.


how about you post your sources? I posted mine, I wont do your research for you



posted on May, 30 2013 @ 11:59 AM
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The ages at the time were 18 and 14.


What are the birth dates? Florida has a near age exception of four years. 18 and 14 can be less than four years difference.



posted on May, 30 2013 @ 12:07 PM
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If it was a 18 year old male, there would be people calling for his castration, why shouldn't this be any different?


Because...girls don't have testicles?

Teenage lesbian cheerleaders..... I honestly can't find any issue with this case........



posted on Jul, 11 2014 @ 01:49 PM
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I just found out about this on fb and was going to make a thread about it but this one has already been made.

The girl who is being charged was 17 at the time she was dating a 15yr old girl. The 15yr old girl's parents are accusing the 17yr old of making their daughter gay. Typical homophobic response. The parents then waited until the girl turned 18 to press charges against her. That's really mean and vindictive.

I feel bad for the girl, if she get's convicted she will have to be registered as a Sex Offender. The state attorney’s office has offered Kaitlyn Hunt a plea deal which includes two years of house arrest and a year of probation, which would stay on her adult record and limit her career choices.

What a sad time we live in.



posted on Jul, 11 2014 @ 01:50 PM
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originally posted by: Maslo
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The ages at the time were 18 and 14.


What are the birth dates? Florida has a near age exception of four years. 18 and 14 can be less than four years difference.

The ages were 17 & 15 when they started dating. The homophobic parents waited until the girl turned 18 before pressing charges



posted on Jul, 11 2014 @ 02:16 PM
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How nice it is to see people on ATS defending pedophilia.... Even fudging the numbers from 18 and 14 to 17 and 15 to make it seem more innocent, oh and she's only getting charged because it was a same sex relationship!!! So if people want to stick to the girl was still 17 that would mean the girl she dated was only 13 at the time of the encounter, I guess that seems okay to people here?



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