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Thursday, April 8, 2010


I know some people, other than predators, don't like Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator" series. However, it does prove a point. Predators will travel far and wide to seek young victims, so that they can rape and molest, and possibly kill them. It debunks the myth that the Predator would simply hang out in the school and park to molest kids. Jessica's Law wouldn't prevent predators from getting on the Net in search of victims. Many of them traveled miles to get to the victims' houses as shown on Dateline. In fact, one Predator made a repeat appearance on Dateline, but at a different house. It also would not prevent predators, like Phillip Garrido, from traveling to other cities and kidnap girls, like he did to Jaycee Dugard back in 1991.


Original Article


SWITZERLAND COUNTY - State Police say they've arrested a former officer for soliciting sex from a "child" during an Internet sting.

Dennis Lewis, 52, is facing one count of child solicitation, a class C felony.

Police say Lewis solicited sex from who he thought was a 13-year-old girl while in an Internet chat room in December of 2009. The girl was actually an undercover officer from Ohio. The officer tracked the computer to Lewis' home and then notified Indiana State Police, a press release says.

Lewis is a former police officer with the Aurora Police Department, officers say.

The release says Lewis is in the Switzerland County Jail and will appear for his initial hearing Friday morning in Dearborn Superior Court at 9:00 a.m.


"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Benjamin Franklin 

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