Thursday, June 28, 2007

Texas Town will Not Prosecute Child Molestors

So Dateline NBC showed up at Murphy Texas to do what they do best, and that's catch online predators.

After the show, One of the men caught, a prosecutor from a neighboring county, committed suicide when police came to arrest him. The Murphy city manager who approved the operation lost his job in the ensuing furor.

The district attorney wont prosecute any of the men, (Get this) saying many of the cases were tainted by the involvement of amateurs. (Uh, you mean the amatuers that do this day in and day out for a living, teamed up with the amatuers from NBC who seems to know how to expose some of the underlying filth of our society? Those amatuers? Maybe the district attorney is an amatuer!)

"Certainly these people should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, but the fact that this was all done for television cameras raises some questions," said Mayor Bret Baldwin. (Yea Baldwin, why don't you let the sexual predators who interacted with who they thought were underaged girls?)

It is the first time in nine Dateline stings that prosecutors did not pursue charges.

You can read the rest of the story at foxnews.com

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