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Nov 2001 From a press release issued by the Los Angeles Police Department: "In November 2001, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) received information from a minor who alleged criminal acts of a sexual nature against 56 year-old Jeffrey Jones. As a result of the allegations, investigators secured and served a search warrant on Jones' residence in November 2001, seizing numerous items of evidence. For several months, detectives from Juvenile Division’s Sexually Exploited Child Unit conducted an extensive investigation into the allegations made against Jeffrey Jones."
14 Nov 2002 Jones is arrested by the Los Angeles Police on charges of using a minor for sex acts and possession of child pornography. Jones is freed on $20,000 bail and is scheduled for a November 21 arraignment.
9 Jul 2003 Jones pleads no contest to a felony charge of employing a minor for purposes of taking sexual explicit photos. Jones is sentenced to five years probation.
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It has already been billed as Portugal's trial of the century, a child abuse case involving a state-run orphanage as well as TV personalities and diplomats that has horrified the nation.
Originally posted by kode
All of this was prepared for another thread but it also relates to this. The reason certain reports were banned for 100 years was because it exposed certain high-powered individuals as having involvement with child abuse. Hope this helps.
Paper faces web libel action
Nato Secretary General, Lord Robertson, has started a landmark legal action against the owners of the Sunday Herald newspaper.
The authorities failed to prevent Hamilton's gun licence being renewed, or his alleged links to the Masonic movement.
A police report on the Dunblane massacre was allegedly banned from being published for 100 years.
[edit on 12-12-2004 by kode]