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Remember the person you are chatting with could be an undercover police officer posing as a minor.
If the individual you are conversing with claims to be under 18 years of age, you should refrain from any communication that could be construed as sexual in nature.
And it’s really a fantasy to have an affair on a machine.
It is not real.” “That aspect fantasy might be why so many married people get lured into affairs online when that was not their original intent.
By engaging in Internet "stings" in chat rooms and on social networking sites, law enforcement agencies attempt to lure otherwise law abiding individuals into inappropriate conversations with a purported "minor." These contacts often form the basis of an accosting and/or solicitation of a minor offense.
Law enforcement officers impersonating minors in order to entice individuals into illegal liaisons is a favorite lie used by police.
The absence of that somehow allows for a big degree of denial about the relationship even being an affair in the first place.” “Online affairs represent safety, fantasy, and a big escape tunnel. While some argue how you get to investigating online sex options is important, others point to what happens once you get there as being what matters.
It’s Cybersex, and it has become the easiest way to cheat on your spouse. In fact, the Internet hookup has become so commonplace, it’s now considered as viable as any other venue to meet someone.
Chat rooms, interactive websites, blogging and public networking forums like Facebook have inadvertently invited strangers into many bedrooms.
When law enforcement crosses the line, the legal defense of entrapment can provide the accused the legal means to fight back and beat the charges.
In Michigan, entrapment occurs when the police engage in impermissible conduct that would induce a law-abiding individual under similar circumstances to commit the crime, or the police engage in conduct so reprehensible that it cannot be tolerated by the court.