The witnesses were Katie Tarbox, who in 1995, at age 13, had been inadequately briefed on the "rules of the net" and disasterously agreed to meet a child predator she'd chatted with online; two local law enforcement personnel, John Karraker and Jim Gregart; Ruben Rodriguez, the Director of the Exploited Child Unit for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children; Caroline Curtin, the Director of Children's Policy for AOL; and Kathleen Tucker, the Director of Curriculum Development for I-Safe America.
Everyone was concerned about keeping children safe online.
Taliaferro said in her client's case, he was convicted based solely on an Internet chat he claims was purely sexual fantasy.
James Gallegos, of Clearfield, was charged and convicted by a jury of enticing a 13-year-old girl over the Internet. In actuality, the 13-year-old was an adult agent with the Utah Attorney General's Internet Crimes Against Children task force.
During those chats, Gallegos expressed that the girl was possibly too young but then went on to suggest how he would like to sexually touch her.Guys, I do appreciate all the attention and I will play with some of you when I'm in the mood, but I guess you'll need to impress me. Been gone off Babble for awhile and still getting my profile back in order. I don't ask for pics nor do I send them randomly. A few of my favorite past times Md C1u4tabbo2_r1_500I'd describe myself as bad, nasty, obstinate, unrelenting and basically everything else that will leave you asking me for more.A Go T and Harry Potter fan ^^ I had an account here before. I am straight and I like all ages and sizes ;) Interested in meetups if close b...OK, so now that I'm sober.....:) I'm Lilly, not entirely sure why or how I got here, but I'm here, I may as well check it out.