Deputy Arrested For Dropbox Child Porn

Greene County Missouri Sheriff's deputy Juan T. Jones was arrested Wednesday for possessing child pornography on his account with cloud storage provider Dropbox (archived). Jones reportedly admitted to spending at least the last 10 years viewing and exchanging child pornography online while only spending the past two years as a Sheriff's Deputy in Greene County. This means that the Sheriff's department hired a man who already had been viewing child pornography for 8 years by the time he became a deputy. "Law enforcement" seems to be a disturbingly popular career field for pedophiles.

5 thoughts on “Deputy Arrested For Dropbox Child Porn

  1. At which point does the ~viewing~ of pixels lit up in a certain arrangement, or the storage of information allowing said pattern to be reproduced, become a crime?

    Only crime I see there, assuming he didn't pay for nor materially produced the content, is the stupidity of using Dropbox. Otherwise, who hasn't ever ~seen~* CP in the internet? And we all know well this (even sometimes accidental or unintended) seeing oftentimes involves both the storage and retransfer/sharing of the bits that allow its reproduction. All in all, the War on Viewing Stuff doesn't sound too different from the War on a Plant or the War on Terror.

    Sexual abuse of infants is serious stuff, but viewing or possessing CP is a bogus crime, which likely very few of us never actually committed.

    *. http://imgur.com/q0cftBP

    • The most disturbing trend here is the number of people involved in "law enforcement" who have a sexual interest in infants and children.

      • During my first (and last) stint in jury duty I was surrounded by a ton of police officers throughout the event in the courthouse. I remember distinctly being in an elevator with a crying female police officer who was having a temper tantrum about not getting a star/stripe on her badge/uniform. Her reaction to losing points in the established gamified reward system brought back memories to the running of a kindergarden class. Although this evidence is only anecdotal, I think it's safe to say police officers are primarily children trapped in adult bodies with a completely hallucinated sense of authority. Their defunct mental state may cause them to feel more emotionally connected to prepubescent children, which may in turn explain their sexual desires.

        But I'm just spewing shit, I ain't no psychologist.

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