Sex and mastubrating sex chats free no sign in

24 Mar

Caraway and other advocates of the law describe it as a preventive measure.

They say that imprisoning people who arrange over the Internet for sex with those they think are minors stops them from actually sexually abusing children.

"The language in these things is so nasty people are just turned off by it," Lafayette lawyer William Goode said.

"We want people to know we're monitoring what goes on on the Internet," Caraway said.

"We want to shut these people down," said Police Chief Steve Caraway, who took office in 2006 with a promise to crack down on cybercrime.

List: 22 guilty pleas so far in Kenner Internet sex stings Some consider the initiative to be an attack on victimless crimes, because none of the defendants chatted with an actual minor, much less had sex with one.

He represented Ray Hatton, a Lafayette man who was arrested in 2006 when he arrived to meet who he thought was a 14-year-old girl he had been chatting with online.

In reality, his date was a special agent with the attorney general's office.