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A month ago, Dateline launched its third investigation into a growing national epidemic—grown men trolling the Internet, many looking for sex with children. This time, to expose them, we set up multiple hidden cameras in a house in Southern California. A decoy coaxes the men in, but instead of finding a or year-old home alone, the men looking for sex will meet me. During his chat, he makes plans to give the boy oral sex. But unlike our hidden camera operations, where after leaving the house some men were able to make a run for it, this time things will be different.
This time law enforcement will be waiting.
It was almost two years ago when Dateline conducted its first investigation into online predators. A year later, we did it again. In two different investigations, in two different states, dozens of men showed up at our undercover houses after chatting about sex online and then making a date with a minor. One man who sent obscene video of himself to someone posing as a year-old was a New York City firefighter whom we then confronted. Another man was a rabbi.
He was not happy when he found out he would be exposed on national television. Both of our investigations were watched by millions of people. It was the talk of radio and cable television shows for weeks. So have sexual predators learned any lesson at all? As we have in the past, we enlisted the help of volunteers from Perverted-Justice, a watchdog group that regularly catches online predators by posing as kids online.
We jumped at the chance. Bianco: We were in telephone contact and two-way radio contact with Perverted-Justice and they would let us know when someone was getting close. The sergeant and his men, staked out in a mobile home parked in the driveway next door, are ready and waiting for suspects to show up at the house in an attempt to molest. The cuffs will go on potential predators because Perverted-Justice has already turned over important evidence to detectives—chat logs filled with sexually graphic material, men planning sex acts with a 12 or year-old.
Sending those messages alone may only be a misdemeanor in California. They actually have to get them to follow through and show that there is an intent and make some proactive effort to meet that .
How many men will take the giant step and go from the chat room to our living room? Volunteers from Perverted-Justice, experts at pretending to be kids online, are in all types of chat rooms—from local area chats to rooms setup for sexual preferences. Some are on Web sites like MySpace. The Perverted-Justice decoys tell the adults they are home alone and sometimes they say they are interested in sex, a few pretend they are eager to meet. In a matter of seconds, men start chatting with the undercover decoys. Typically, a chat will begin with each person typing in their age, sex, and location.
There was no mistaking this is. A man who has seen her picture and her age wastes no time before talking dirty. His chat, along with all of the other chats sent to our decoys, gets too graphic and disgusting to show. Usually, the men like to get very specific about what they want to do sexually. And he comes walking up to the driveway of the house. More men underway The men were asked to walk down the side of the house in California and come in through the sliding glass door in the back. Several men made it into the kitchen, and as soon as they saw me, made a run for it.
He brags that his genitals are pierced three times. Unbelievably, he was caught by a Perverted-Justice member talking to a young teen online a month earlier and was given a warning and told to stop. For three days, there is anothernon-stop parade of potential predators. Jerry Griffith, 45, arrived at the house to meet a year-old girl. When a suspect brings gifts like these to a possible liaison, it actually helps law enforcement says the deputy district attorney. What was the purpose of them going there? They brought the items that they talked about in the same conversations that they talked about having sex.
When it comes to occupations, the high school teacher is far from the only one whose profession will shock you. Our latest investigation of Internet predators reveals the most ethnically diverse group of men we have seen so far. And a wide range in age from 19 years old to Men are pulling up to our hidden camera house in all types of vehicles, from junkers to expensive luxury cars.
And their occupations run the gamut. Instead, he meets me. He even has a Web site where he sells his work. He goes on to explain to the girl he thinks is a year-old virgin that they should have oral sex because intercourse is a big step and he adds And then he starts asking about her body.
How tall is she? How big are her breasts? And one of the most frequently asked questions, if she has hair in private places. He later sends a picture of his genitals and continues to talk about sex with our decoy posing as a year-old. It appears the songwriter has brought along some of his own work. But apparently not so stupid as this next guy: year-old Daniel Pulido works for a local trucking repair company.
But he quickly comes up with a story: He tells me he was really here to teach the girl a lesson about the dangers of talking to strangers online. Daniel Pulido may really be the one who needs to learn a lesson. A year ago he was caught talking to a Perverted-Justice volunteer who was posing as a year-old.
That all happens in less than eight minutes from the start of the chat. He comes through the door—year-old Keith Williams. Our first two stings averaged 18 men over three days. Amazingly, in southern California, on the first day alone, 14 men arrive for what they think will be a possible meeting for sex with a 12 or year-old.
On the second day, it gets so busy we actually have three men show up within minutes of each other. A Perverted-Justice volunteer alerts the detectives about the pile up. One man pulled up, parks across the street and waits. We soon discovered yet another potential predator parked on a side street. This all happens less than six minutes from the time the first car pulls up. As for that man who sat in his car while another man walked in the house? At one point, the crowd of potential predators gets so large, Sgt. Chad Bianco, who has a total of 15 people working for him, runs out of manpower.
We had all of my investigators were dealing with people that we had arrested and there was… you still had people coming to the house. The sergeant is forced to put suspects in the mobile home until back-up arrives, that way he can go out and arrest more. The handcuffed men are told to keep quiet. Bianco: They were very cooperative. They knew there were other suspects that were arriving. They knew we were going out to arrest them and we told them that they better not run. The next suspects to arrive were actually a couple, two men who were hoping to have sex with a boy.
After sitting in their car for awhile, they decide to come in, but then appear to get cold feet. But not for long. They are arrested as well. On day two, 22 men show up at our house, and 21 men are arrested. Our two day total comes to 35 and with one more day to go, they just keep coming. I mean look at me. If I was coming to do something like that, I would have taken a shower. Chris points to the chat log. He can try telling that to the cops.
Perhaps his computer flipped out when he typed in his own age. And as for the decoy, the chat log shows she told him she was Harding jumped right away when he saw me. I was about the last person he's expecting to see. Finally, he decides to tell the truth. And he actually even admits that he might have had sex with the boy.
During each of our Dateline stings, we tell these men their stories are going to be exposed on national television. The teacher who wanted to get naked and have sex with a year-old turned to leave, and puts a shirt over his head. As for the actor who made plans online for sex in the shower with someone he thought was 13, I told him he's about to get another role. He came in anyway. The of men is so high it surprises everyone, even the lead investigator and the deputy district attorney Michelle Paradise.
Chad Bianco: I did not expect this many suspects arriving at the house. Michelle Paradise, deputy district attorney: I was surprised at how many actually came in just that period of time. It was alarming. What is happening down the street? What is happening around the corner? What is happening within our county? In three days, 51 men chatted online with a decoy posing as a 12 or year-old, spoke on the phone, got in some type of vehicle and drove to our house. And out of the 51, all but one were arrested.
Some went easily, others at first made a dash for it. One way or the other, they all ended up at a temporary booking station set up at a parking lot.I want free chat sex now Riverside
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