"After my sixth divorce, I started to wonder if it was me?" Greg Allman
If a fifteen year old girl sends a nude text to her boyfriend should she be prosecuted for disseminating child pornography and register as a sex offender for the rest of her life?.
This is rediculous. I'm a firm believer in moral standards but please give this girl and boy a break. They are kids for god's sake. If girl harmed anyone it was herself only, but then how is that situation made better by dragging her publicly through the courts?And charging the boy with possession of illegal photos is just plain dumb. If that's the case then when the school official was holding his phone and thumbing his way through the kid's private files, why is he not charged with the same offense?And what in the world is a school official doing paging through a teenager's private cellphone? Sounds very creepy to me. I agree with taking the phone. But tape it shut and be done with it. If there's probable cause to think a kid is a violence threat, I can see using phone info to get information to understand intent and such and to protect others. But to charge a minor with a crime simply for non-violent consentual content on his/her phone? Get real.The parents may have a discipline issue but keep this out of the courts.BTW. If the same girl shows her actual naked body to, and subsequently sleeps with the underage football team, and gets pregnant she will be lauded as the victim that should receive government assistance for the rest of her life.
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