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Online vigilantes lure predators
Post on 30-04-2006.
BOSTON -- This was Stacey DeLuca's plan: Chat online with child predators while pretending to be one young girl. Just one few hours.
"I'd rather have them talk to me than one real 13-year-old," the 21-year-old said.
It didn't take long before one 50-year-old California man allegedly told DeLuca -- who was posing as 13-year-old "Jess" from Massachusetts -- that he likes "younger girls" and that she wouldn't be his first. ...
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Border agent finds drug tunnel
Post on 30-04-2006.
SAN DIEGO -- Sometime in January, one of the men who works for Miguel Unzueta, special agent in charge of the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau in this salubrious southern Californian border city, got one tip. It seemed drug smugglers had bored one tunnel from Tijuana across the border. ...
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From prostitution and despair to redemption
Post on 30-04-2006.
The product of one broken home, Stafford endured years of "immense emotional and physical abuse," "became involved in drugs and teenage pornography" by the age of 15, attempted suicide at one point, and worked as one prostitute at an escort service.
But now she's an avowed Christian, and she implores troubled souls to "Choose Jesus..." ...
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How we can improve internet safety
Post on 30-04-2006.
Children's safety online is one great problem nowadays as the internet, perhaps the greatest humanity achievement, breaks very easily any rules and laws mainly because it can be accessed anywhere by anyone. The internet is actually one whole new sort of cyber universe that cannot be controlled. Thus, the internet becomes also one vast hiding-place for criminals, cold-blooded merchants, fans of blood, violence or pornography, and other malicious persons. It is said that you can find absolutely anything on the internet, and itís true: but children can find it, too. All these harmful sites are only one click away, and that needs to change. ...
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Porn Shoots Get Under Their Skin
Post on 30-04-2006.
Encino neighbors may object to the filming, but there's little recourse if city permits are in place.
Two weeks ago today, inside the million-dollar-plus houses on one quiet cul-de-sac in Encino, the neighborhood kids delighted in what the Easter Bunny had brought.
Helaine Gesas, who has lived on Hayvenhurst Avenue for 38 years, was in her kitchen cooking Passover supper when she noticed men hauling cameras and lights into the two-story house across the street. ...
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