FL: Police lured innocent men into online sex stings and seized their property, records show

Police posed as underage teens online to lure men into breaking the law as part of an apparent revenue scheme by Florida law enforcement agencies, according to an investigation of newly released public records.

Emails and other online communications analyzed by WTSP-TV revealed that many of the men who were eventually arrested were not interested in meeting children but were instead seeking adult sex partners – until they encountered undercover officers. Full Article

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For lazy Florida police it is easier to hide behind a computer and create crime rather than go into the real world (which would require actual work) to do their jobs.

These policemen are doing nothing to protect anyone and most of them are probably actually secretly trapping men into doing exactly what they themselves desire to do…so what better way to break the law than do it from behind a badge! These people dishonour their actual sworn duty to “serve and protect” and give those few who work in law enforcement with the intent of really making a positive difference!

Those Florida law enforcers are in reality lazy, sexually perverted, and frankly REAL criminal – Shame on them!

I’ll be blunt. If Janice were in Florida, she could easily represent many of these VICTIMS of police BRUTALITY (I don’t mince words; this is EXACTLY what it is…POLICE BRUTALITY) in a major lawsuit against the department. By not releasing the results of investigations, this opens up the department to so many constitutional violations it makes one’s head spin.

In fact, there is probable cause to actually bring CRIMINAL charges against the department sting members. This goes beyond sovereign immunity, and should be prosecuted to its fullest extent by a State or special prosecutor from outside of the region (not just jurisdiction), or even a Federal charge.

Puts a spot light on who the real criminals are.

cops = criminals on patrol

I don’t want to sound like I believe in most government conspiracy theories, but this situation reminds me of Ruby Ridge Waco and the Delorian Drug Case.

Sometimes when I read an article that is tied to the state of Florida I suddenly feel happy to reside in California. One of the things I always tell myself to help me get through tough situations is “someone out there has it rougher than you”. This holds true for the registrants and other citizens of Florida. I could be wrong but they have it pretty rough over there.