A 13-year old & 14-year old were arrested & to be arraigned on a felony “for allegedly sending photo messages of a naked 14-year-old girl to classmates via a cell phone….Thurston County Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Rick Peters said that it is the first case involving alleged sexting to cross his desk…
Dealing in depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct is a class C felony, and a conviction carries a requirement to register as a sex offender,” quoting The Olympian.
Yes, as an adult, that is true.
The Prosecutor says the law has not caught-up in dealing with this type of thing yet & he has to enforce the laws as written.
Ed. Note: Oh, jeepers!
What is this country coming to in destroying these two teen’s lives?
Sex offenders for the rest of their lives!
Come on, can’t we do better than this?
What kid hasn’t done something similar, or worst!
Dori Monson covered this topic well on KIRO-FM RADIO 97.3 in Seattle on February 2, 2010 in his 12 noon hour.
CLICK HERE to listen.