Sexting scandal exposed: 30 teen girls in 7 San Diego schools, felony charges

sexting scandal which began when a dozen San Diego teen girls sent nude photos of themselves to their boyfriends is a rude awakening that sending nude pictures on the internet is considered a criminal offense. “Police say possessing and distributing these types of images is considered child pornography and is against the law,” reported San Diego’s 10News on Oct. 30, 2013. Full Article


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Wow. What a way to ruin a child’s life. Is there no alternative to criminalization? Are we that bancrupt of solutions?

Good! if its good for adults its good for kids… lockup!

Right and good for growing our numbers. More registrants. Woopii!

I think this is ridiculous, but no more so than other arrests and convictions now taking place. As much as I am sorry for these young women, I, too, hope they “get the book thrown at them” because it may help the public to see what a farce these laws have become. A destructive, life-altering, frightening farce!

I suspect that these are the children of affluent, influential parents. That, coupled with the fact that they are girls and young, will probably get them off with a slap on the wrist.

Eh?, doesn’t seem like a good enough reason to support punishing children as adults. Goodbye.