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LA: Two Louisiana elementary school students arrested for child porn over nude Snapchats

[fox59.com  4/20/18]

SLIDELL, La. – Police arrested two Louisiana elementary school students after they allegedly distributed nude photos to classmates using a social media app.

The Bonne Ecole Elementary students, a girl and a boy, were booked on charges of distribution of child pornography, according to the Slidell Police Department.

The female student allegedly used Snapchat to send nude pictures of herself to the male student, who allegedly sent them to other classmates.

 

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  1. "Under 18, Not old Enough to Know of Sex?"

    Just a thought,

    If man is 18, and the girl is 15 years old and sex occurs, that is rape because the 15 year old doesnt know what sex is, or what taking nude photos is?

    But in elementary school, children get charges with distrubuting child porn?

    How is it that when it is in the favor or the Police or the Government they will arrest a child for ADULT CHOICES, when the child isnt a victim?

    But when 15 year old girl makes a ADULT to have sex with her 18 year old boyfriend, thats RAPE because the girl is old enough to know what sex is?

    Hmmmmmmm!

  2. Will Allen

    Nanny Big Government (NBG) is doing such a great job of protecting people from these SEX offenders. We are all so much safer.

    The parents of these SEX offenders are lucky they can afford to hire NBGs to raise their children and discipline them.

    Can we get more NBG please? Please steal more money from me to pay for it.

  3. Eric

    This is good in a sense, the public will eventually see the absurd over reaction of the sex offender persecution.

    • Wise_Sage

      Eric, I wouldn’t bet my last penny that this would reveal the absurd state of our sex offender laws and how they’re being sorely abused. People only recognize injustices where and when they want to. Obviously these are two dirty-minded little pervs that need to be made an example of. (EXTREME SARCASM in last statement.)

    • MS

      Yep…been saying this for years. While I wouldn’t wish a CP arrest on anyone, this is what it will take for public perception to change. Put down your torch and pitch forks parents because next time you read about a CP arrest, it might just be your 10 year old child that was a perpetrator rather than a victim. Bet they wish they hadn’t purchased their little girl that smart phone for Christmas.

  4. Up the bayou with them both!

    Bonne Ecole Elementary school services Students in Pre-K through grade six.

    Only distro and not manufacturing of it by the girl? Why not both? Is she the perp and the victim here? Will she be forced to stay away from herself a certain distance and no longer be able to attend public school, be anywhere need school grounds, or where kids loiter, gather, play or congregate?

    He is only hit up for distro, but were they solicited? If they were, then that would be solicitation too by him. Was she groomed perhaps by the boy? What is the age difference? How deep can the Parish DA go on charges here to ensure their lives (& their families too) are ruined forever?

    Off to Angola (LA State Pen) with them both! They could pick cotton and make wood coffins with the rest of the population! Throw the book at them book to set the examples and save one child! (Well, maybe they might want to use the book for a booster seat.)

    **This is sarcasm, sort of to an extent, but does go to show they could be let off easily where the DA might have done what the Iowa DA did to the high school student and made life miserable for a while.

    HOWEVER, where are the parents with knowledge of what is on their phones, e.g. Snapchat? Did the students subvert the app with false info? Grade Six usually is ages 11-12, but suppose you could have a 13 yr old in there (IIRC)

    “2. Does Snapchat have a minimum age? Yes, the minimum age is 13, in compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). But, when you download it, Snapchat asks for your date of birth, and if your birth year tells it you’re under 13 you’re redirected to the kid version, called “SnapKidz.” SnapKidz users can’t add friends or share anything, and the app doesn’t send any information to the company. Instead, kids’ photos and videos are saved just to their devices’ “camera roll.” If you’re a kid, that means you can only play with the photos, etc. in SnapKidz on your own device not share them. So you’ll be looking for work arounds such as sharing them with a different media sharing tool on your phone, such as texting, email, Facebook, etc. or you can just delete Snapkidz and start over with a
    fictitious birth date.” https://www.connectsafely.org/wp-content/uploads/snapchat_guide.pdf (Online Parents Q&A)

  5. Wise_Sage

    Ah, yes…the irony of it all….the HYPOCRISY OF IT ALL…..

    Let’s just say for craps and giggles I have a thing for little prepubescent elementary school boys and I approach the very little boy that’s being prosecuted on child porn charges. Let’s say I told him how good fellatio would feel to him and he got curious and wanted to try it. I do. I get caught in the act. I go to court and say, “Your honor. I didn’t force this boy to do anything he didn’t want to do. I told him how good the oral sex would feel and he went for it hook, line, and sinker. He consented voluntarily.”

    The law would come back and say, “This child is x years old. He is by far too immature to understand the meaning of sexuality and its consequences, let alone consent to any sexual act. You have no defense because under the law, he’s too young. He’s too young and can’t understand the consequences of his actions like an adult.”

    The court would be absolutely right to say that. Why they don’t follow that logic in situations like this defies all sane reasoning. For a long time I think the courts have become biased far too much in favor of the prosecution. Any benefit of the doubt goes to the state; not the accused as it should. If the state moves forward with prosecution, then the whole of sane society needs to rise up and raise the devil as long and loud as they can.

  6. David

    I seriously get tired of hearing this sane old saw, “Parents need to have a candid conversation with their kids about the seriousness, and the long term effects, of taking and sending nude photographs.” Really??
    Welcome to the 24-7 all-knowing internet age! So do tell, what exactly are the long-term effects of taking and sending a nude photo of oneself ?? We do not live in an isolated, deep-in-the-Amazon-jungle tribal community in which to photograph someone is to “steal their soul”. So really, in this day and age, what damage does this do to a person, especially if he or she is the one who takes and distributes the photograph of himself/herself?
    I remember seeing an old family photo album in which there was a picture of me, my siblings, and cousins standing stark naked in a half-filled bathtub, laughing, giggling and dripping wet. We were all between 4 and 5 years old. I have to say, if this has created any permanent psychological damage to me, I am truly unaware of it. Nor have I carried an endless burden of shame, knowing that photo might still exist somewhere in a long-forgotten, mildewed-in-an-attic-or-basement family photo album! Sorry, folks, I’m just not “permanently scared” by it.

    • Tim Moore

      Those tribal people unblessed by civilized modesty, seeing each other naked, uncle and aunt, mother, child, father, grandfather naked day in and day out, how did they manage to survive for millenia without everyone committing suicide long ago, because of all the dangerous exposed flesh?

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