CNN finds dozens of employees from Disney as well as Universal Studios and SeaWorld have been arrested in connection with alleged child-sex crimes since 2006. None of the cases involved children or teens visiting the parks.
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This is so disturbing. Disney must be rolling in his grave. I see so many things that need to change SOON!
First and foremost, we MUST secure our schools – not only to keep the unsavory out – but to keep older children in!
Another issue I have a problem with is photographing minors without parental consent. This should be outlawed! Where do they get off?? Paparazzi must be stopped, as well as those taking anonymous photos of children for the purpose of child porn with the aid of Phototshop. I even find many of the tv commercials disturbing too! Just yesterday I watched a huggies ad and the camera zoomed in on the toddler's crotch as he put on his pull ups. Is that necessary?? Am I the only one who realizes how grimy these sick freaks are and how they misuse EVERY bit of media possible to get their twisted kicks?! I see far too many images on FB that should never be made public too. I'm sure many don't see it as I do, but as a mom with 2 grown sons, visuals like these trigger my protective instincts. People need to wake up!
There is a lot of hypocrisy about this in the USA. If you look at porn you will surley be offered child porn mixed in with the other. That how many young people get started. These cases are now Federal and make a young man who has never touched, contacted, sold or created child porn a lifetime felon and a registered sex offender. Their live are ruined for crimes they may commit in the future, just like the movie Minority Report. Just for possessing and trading childporn you will get a minimum 7 year sentence, with a lifetime registry as a sex offender and a felon who will never get decent work. These are people who have never contacted or touched anyone.
But rich people like billionaire SC Johnson, serial rape their own children (child endangerment, rape, incest) and they get reduced to a misdemeanor and a $6k fine. DuPont Heir billionaire Robert H. Richards IV admitted to both molesting his infant son and raping his daughter between the ages of 3-5 and get zero prison.
If Law Enforcement is obviously capable of detecting these images, why don't we legislate that internet carriers immediately delete them like you would a virus? Why entrap people with these files.
Something is just not correct about this moment in our legal-technological paradigm. There is a kid in Florida, who is a non contact child porn possessor who has received a LIFE SENTENCE. This just crazy.
Lastly, Sheriffs like the one you're promoting are very scary. He is obviously a pious zealot. Law Enforcement Officers do that, enforce the law. Not judge people, not make moralistic campaigns. Either he's a wacko or running for some office.
I've accidentally ran across some REALLY disturbing images of child porn online too!
It's SCARY how abundant it is! I thought I had seen everything up until that point.