What Were You Thinking? She Said She was 14 Years Old

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What Were You Thinking?  She Said She was 14 Years Old

If you are reading this blog, chances are it is not too late to save yourself.  When men are arrested in Internet Sex Stings, SUCH AS OPERATION e-GUARDIAN, as a condition of bail bond they are usually prohibited from going on the Internet and will never see this blog.  There are however some of you that may have chatted with an undercover cop and have not yet been arrested.  You may or may not have a problem.   Have you ever texted or chatted with a girl that says she is 14 or 15 years old?  It was probably and undercover police officer.  Did the person you chatted with suggest traveling to her house?  Did she say her parents were away?

These are all clues that that the person you are chatting with is an undercover police officer.  Never have sex with a minor.  Ever hear the term “jail bait”.  You are signing up for a stiff prison sentence. (No pun intended)  The best way to not get arrested is to never, no never interact on the Internet with anyone that says they are underage.  The best way to not get caught is to not commit a crime in the first place.  There are more police on the Internet than there are real people looking to hookup.

As a sex crime lawyer I can pick out a cop ad from a mile away.  Young girls do not have to advertise on the Internet to have sex.  There are tons of boys as school dying to get into their pants.  Do you really think that any sweet young thing wants an old guy like you?  Get wise and get off the Internet.  IF you are reading this too late, call for a free consultation at my office in Sarasota  941 366 3506 or visit my web site at thesexoffenderdefender.com

Media Links:

 

http://www.abcactionnews.com/dpp/news/region_hillsborough/Operation-E-Guardian-busts-men-trying-to-meeting-kids-for-sex-in-Hillsborough-County-location-

http://www.wfla.com/story/23746773/operation-e-guardian-nabs-15-child-predators-in-5-counties

http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/FloridaLaws.jsp