Police sergeant’s lawyer: 16 year old girl probably saw penises before my client showed her his, NBD


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#2

Dear officer lawyer, there is a big difference between looking for some random wang pics on the internet and receiving a wang pic UNSOLICITED FROM SOMEONE YOU KNOW.
Edit to fix my totally missing who said what.


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#4

Wow.

He’s in a position of public trust - he should be held to a higher standard, not a lower one. Why is it that those in a position of public trust (LEO, elected, etc) seem to get away with violating the very core of their responsibilities with little to no repercussions?


#5

If Chewbacca lives on Endor, you must acquit.


#6

You should probably note that the attorney said this, not the officer.


#7

Isn’t this the sort of thing that gets minors onto the sex offenders registry?


#8

How is sending dick pics to minors not a crime, but “annoying” someone of the opposite sex is?


#9

Just look at it!


#10

If a civilian, let’s say a 16 year old boy did that…well…Sex Offender For Life!
But since he’s a cop, I guess it’s OK.


#11

It is a crime that will get you on the sex offenders registry for life.


#12

Not that this police officer isn´t a scumbag, but the headline is still incorrect.


#13

I really think we are dragging the bottom of the barrel in our police hiring these days.


#14

You know the old saying: “If you’ve seen one penis, you might as well be forced to see all the penises.”


#15

From Cock-block to cop-block!


#16

“Dick pics to a minor” = “annoying” - it seems to be something of a catch-all term for various minor sex offenses.

Only if it’s their own dick. Ironically.


#17

Can’t properly handle a penis, shouldn’t handle a gun for your job then.


#18

“I have a feeling sending pics of my dong to this teenager could work out really well for me” <-- things that people are actually out there thinking, apparently


#19

Kinda scary that a cop is unable to follow the consequences of those actions when that thought occurs.


#20

annoying and accosting a person of the opposite sex

…but it’s not a crime if they’re the same sex?