Washington Times Employee, Randall Casseday, Nabbed in Internet solicitation Sex Sting

 

Its happening more and more these days. Undercover police detectives posing as 13 year old girls on-line. Looks like they got another one, this time a Washington Times employee. Pretty bad when even the newspaper you work for covers the story of your arrest. Read the full story at Missing & Exploited.

Posted September 28, 2006 by
Crime, Internet, Media | 2 comments


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    2 Responses to “Washington Times Employee, Randall Casseday, Nabbed in Internet solicitation Sex Sting”

    1. joe bear on September 28th, 2006 3:06 pm

      lock him and throw away the key,maybe just shoot and save the money.i know what nambla is and what it does.i have seen a child molester get 2,yes 2 years for multiple counts.what a joke.i watched a predator get 90 days,2 offence.joe

    2. www.ayaan.info on September 29th, 2006 12:34 pm

      providers are legally forced to save all data traffic for 2 years. Why not legally force all providers to block all child porn? There is enough sophisticated software to block child porn. The Dutch police even deployed software to track down four child porn fotos between fourty thousand porn fotos.

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