FL: Two arrested in videotaped school sex incident at Fivay High School

PASCO COUNTY, Fla. – Two juveniles have been arrested in connection with a videotaped sex act in the library at Fivay High School in Pasco County, according to a sheriff’s statement. 

Deputies say a 17-year-old boy had sex with a 15-year-old girl, reportedly on tables behind some book shelves.  Thy say the act was videotaped by a 15-year-old boy and shared via Bluetooth transmission with a female student. 

The 17-year-old boy is now charged with lewd or lascivious battery. The student who videotaped the act is charged with transmission of pornography by electronic device. Full Article

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And the girl? What was she charged with? After all, she was most likely the most mature of the group.

Yes, dear friend…
There are more Sex Offenders in California than rabbits, gophers or Christians.

Sometimes I thing that the best thing to do is just relax and let the fire burn itself out.

There just must be a better way…..

Yes Bill(with a capitol G), we all have moments in which we feel that keeping
silent might be better.

Let “them” suffer as we have. Do nothing to stop others, to educate others, until every male is on some sort of list.

How many suffer in the meantime? If one out of every 144 males is on the “list”, then that means that 1 out of every 38 people are suffering because of it. Most of those are the children in those families, who can’t have their father at graduation, parent mtgs, etc., do not have a father to take them to the park, a father who can’t support them, or can’t have friends. Their childhood is ruined.

Because of these things, I will never just “let the fire burn out” because it will only turn into a wildfire, destroying everything it can.
If we try to educate others, perhaps there will be no one left to arrest, and the stories we read about will end.