YouTube singer charged with felony

Discussion in 'Freedom of Expression' started by LastOneStanding, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. Herro Member

    The guy needed to get consent from the parents of those kids before having their faces visible on his video. But charging him with a sex crime? Come on. That is utter bullshit.
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  2. wow... i think for once we are in agreement. <3
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  3. cookiemonsta Member

    Wtf, unfair.
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  4. thats the usa for you
    the iron hand when it comes to the welfare of children that statistically are more likely to commit a violent crime before they turn to teens..
  5. cookiemonsta Member

    Thats BS! Whats the world coming to...
  6. Zak McKracken Member

    Utter bullshit, yes.

    Lying to the school administrators about his ill intent in coming to the school,
    recording a version of the song with explicit and unpleasant words in the same room (while children were likely nearby if not actually present).
    exposing the children to his unmitigated faggotry (if not actually the explicit language)
    are all evidence of extreme retardation and inappropriate behavior.

    While it is over the top to charge him with a sex crime and all that jazz,
    if he doesn't see this shitstorm coming, as a lamentable but predictable overreaction,
    he's a clear and present danger to himself, and should be locked up in a psychiatric hospital for his own safety.

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  7. feel lucky you live in the UK. when can i move in hahahah
  8. cookiemonsta Member

    I am starting to see why i like the UK. :p
  9. exposing the children to his unmitigated faggotry
  10. but he dint tho
    the douchebaggery began afterwards, he went back after school hours and shot the xxx rated song in an EMPTY classroom
    and then edited it together. i dont thinks the widdle babies ever got to see this video.
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  11. cookiemonsta Member

    Also he could of just blanked out the kids faces, or he could say "I will remove the video" All ends well! :D
  12. But he embodies unlimited faggotry, therefore the children were exposed to it. Unlimited faggotry, that is, not his lyrics.
    The kids faces were already out there on the internets, he can't un-download anything others (who enjoy seeing children listen to porn)(think boychat) grabbed. So those kids are out there for all eternity. And therefore he embodies unlimited faggotry.
  13. oh theres absolutely no doubt about that my friend...
    but imho kids specially middle and upper class kids from somewhat well to do families are doomed to failure because of the cultural and social landscape in the USA. i have no faith in Americas youth of today.
  14. cookiemonsta Member

    The is the "Remove Video" Button...Unless someone else uploads it.
  15. Zak McKracken Member

    He performed in front of them, and recorded a seemingly innocuous song, which was not in fact harmless.
    The less innocuous song was performed later, but by the same faggot.


  16. Oh snap..
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  17. Anonymous Member

    As a native of the state that is prosecuting this case I apologize for the extreme idiocy.

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  18. Anonymous Member

    Pisses me off. The parents of those children want to ruin this 21 year old kids life.. over what?
  19. Herro Member

    Their anger is understandable. I mean, let's be honest, this guy is a fucking moron. But a felony sex charge is way out of line I think.
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  20. Its posted in boychat twice.
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  22. Anonymous Member

    So who saved the video?
  23. Anonymous Member

    I don't disagree at all.. but felony charges? I mean this is America ffs!

    (C'mon. You'd think they'd file a lawsuit first)
  24. 3rdMan Member

    How are they charging him? Obscenity laws?
  25. grebe Member

    Eh what a mess. The defendant doesn't know where the line is between offensive joke and outraging the collective moral feeling of his community. He's either a moron who will never amount to much or a young person who got carried away in a stupid quest for Internet lulz.

    The protective feeling parents have toward their own young children is an overwhelming and often violent force of nature. Provoke it at your peril.
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  26. Anyone with a downloader and an interest.
    I don't think the guy needs a felony charge, but what he did to those kids is unforgivable. So first he has to see that.
    Pedophiles saving videos of your child is reason enough for outrage.
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  31. Anonymous Member

    Yes, it's truly disgusting what has become of our once so prosperous and morally pure society.
  32. cookiemonsta Member

    He should have just blurred them out.
  33. I agree. If it had been anonymous children, it would have been a "vulgar" video, which is fine by me. It's the identity of the kids being fapped to that's unacceptable.
  34. cookiemonsta Member

    He should just say "I will take it down then" and hope it all blows over. :)
  35. Nope, its too late. He posted the video of the children, who can be identified by their faces and the identity of the school. The video has been downloaded by pedophiles and posted on pedophile sites. It will be re-posted. It can't be un-done. Do you see now? He made a bad mistake that has hurt those children and their parents.
    I think the felony charges are stupid, but this isn't a freedom of expression case.
  36. uncoerced Member

    Hmm. As a mother of a little girl, I gotta say I'd be livid pissed if she were in this song... It's seriously the scariest thing to imagine someone kidnapping her and what would happen. You can't stop your imagination, I have to will myself to think about what I would do to anyone who hurt her instead- in very graphic detail to get rid of the images of her in pain. So even if this dumbass didn't mean for it to be what it is, some fucking pedophile is going to like that video and maybe decide he can only have that one specific kid in the video. Fuck, I don't know what I would do if she were in it... I'd probably move, no joke. No way would I be getting any sleep. 20 years may be too much for making the video in and of itself- but if one single kid gets hurt because of it, it's not nearly enough.
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  37. cookiemonsta Member

    Seeing as you put it that way i can see why, but still 20 years is way to much. Cut it down to about 5 years?
  38. SquirrelBait Member

    But, it's the internet. Someone somewhere, saved it, it will get reposted. Once you put something out there, there is no ensuring that just because you delete it, it's gone.

    I don't know if looping in explicit lyrics with children counts as child pornography. It wasn't sung to the children, the children aren't doing anything of an explicit nature (unlike what happened at that school in Oakland, Ca last month).

    I can see some parents getting upset about it, but, while it is somewhat disturbing, I just can't see it as child pornography. There really shouldn't be anything past getting youtube to ensure the video stays taken down. The parents can't seek any justice, their children weren't scarred and probably would have no clue of it's existence if it didn't make the news.

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