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Locked in the Sex Offender Registry: Rendition in Maine (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. Dezember 2011

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An insightful and eye opening true story 6. März 2012
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Yikes! This book makes me afraid to download porn on my computer! This guy brings his computer in for repair and gets busted for having illegal pics. But the story is way more complicated. I liked the way every step the police took was explained and documented. The author must have spent years piecing all this together. The computer repair guy ends up lying his head off on the witness stand. The cops lie. The D.A. cleverly pushes the lies along. The judge helps by issuing crazy rulings. Even his own lawyers slide along with the kangaroo job. It really is just an amazing true story. This is not a light read. It's a challenge to figure out all the laws involved with this topic, and if a reader is squeamish about sex, this book is not for you, even though it's not X-Rated. The author also shows how the legal statutes have changed over time. Today there are big conflicts between State laws, Federal laws, and Supreme Court rulings, which the book demonstrates. It also shows what a colossal phony Dartmouth Professor Hany Farid is (he's called "The Father of Digital Forensics" when featured in a Nova program), testifying in cases where he claims to be able to do something that's impossible. He basically sells his reputation for money and sends people to jail on false pretenses. Also, the author shows how the so-called treatment programs for sex offenders operate. It reminds me of the movie Snakepit. I recommend this book especially for anyone interested in the subject of sex offenders and child pornography and for those wondering how totally innocent people can wind up convicted of serious crimes.
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