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Be emotionally and legally prepared for her parents to forbid this relationship.If they do so, and things get ugly (or if she should get pregnant), all sorts of OTHER problems are possible for you - including restraining orders, and possible criminal charges for things like contributing to the delinquency of a minor, harboring a runaway, etc.And since the news team started investigating, law enforcement has run fewer operations, skipped press conferences and arrested fewer men. Mike Pheneger, the chair of the Greater Tampa Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, expressed concern about the "To Catch a Predator"-style stings.The group found that at its height, since the task force began in 2008, they arrested 1,200 men under the program. The ICAC task force is the beneficiary of millions of dollars in federal grants, and, thus, taxpayer money, from the Department of Justice.The DOJ is now currently reviewing those grants to the task force and the outcomes of the arrests.Some of the most egregious examples included officers claiming men were looking for children online when there was no evidence to support such a claim.Yes, you'll still likely get visitation with the baby, but that visitation WON'T include her until she's 18. She needs to be there everyday, and actively working on her education.
Even when the men stressed they had no interest in the underage decoy, if they traveled to meet the adult they were arrested as sexual predators and charged with traveling to meet a minor.
I'm the California parent of a 16 year old who's defiantly talking to a guy who just turned 19 last month.
Last year (while 15) our daughter introduced us to the guy and my husband and I instantly knew he was older.
An investigation into police sex stings conducted by Florida police found over 1,200 cases in which officers routinely entrapped innocent victims, stole their property, and came close to ruining peoples lives.
As part of a year-long investigation, the Tampa, Florida-based news station 10 Investigates found through court records that part of the Central Florida Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force spent hours on predator sting operations.
Our daughter lied and said he was 16 and that he lived in our neighborhood.