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AL: Charges Dismissed Against Former Child Sex Crimes Prosecutor For Lack Of Actual Minor In FBI Sting

(2012) There is an interesting ruling out of Mobile, Alabama where former child sex crimes prosecutor, ____ ____, was charged with solicitation of a minor over the computer. Special Judge Gaines McCorquodale dismissed the charge on a key missing element under the statute: an actual victim.

Since ____ was speaking with an undercover officer posing as a 15-year-old girl, McCorquodale ruled that there was no victim as required under the language of the statute for child enticement. Essentially, no child, no enticement, no charge. Full Article

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So, this means they are not going to vacate the same charges brought against every person ever convicted of the same circumstances? I am sure Chris Hansen is up in arms!

Does this mean they’re prepared to throw out and re examine cases applied to people who aren’t prosecutors?

What about the other that have been charged with this crime?

What a total crock! I only hope someone can cite this case the next time LE entraps someone with their sting operations.

This is a shining example of the “good ol boys club” at it’s finest!!

People need to see how corrupt this entire system is. The judges protect their own to show the public that the laws ‘work”. This whole thing is some kind of demented joke. This guy’s next call could be to someone’s daughter. I hope he seeks help for his problem.

Laws are selectively enforced and convictions are selectively carried out. I guess some people are above the laws they use to enforce on everyone other than the enforcers. Well we did/do? have TSA assaulting women daily at the airport. Welcome the the selectively free United States of America.

Am I reading the info of the article correctly? This is from Dec. 7, 2012?

Yes, this article seems to be from 2012. The courts have apparently thrown out that argument and many people are being tried and convicted through these techniques. Essentially, they are being convicted of a “thought crime.” Does that mean if I go to someone’s house armed with a weapon, but leave without a even seeing anyone, does that mean I can be charged with attempted murder?? It’s all a conspiracy by law enforcement, judges, attorneys, and the prison industry to keep many individuals employed.

Here is the judge’s order.

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