WaPo Journalist Slams Police after they Arrest a Pedophile
If you’ve clicked on this article you’re probably wondering if you have read the headline correctly. Well you did.
Radley Balko, a journalist for the Washington Post came out in defense of a man after he was arrested for sending nude photos to what he thought was a 15 year old boy.
Bradley said that the police ‘ruined the life of this man,’ and that he wouldn’t have committed the crime if it weren’t for police interference. Balko, as hypocritical as it may sound, has also slammed Roy Moore on several occasions.
People are mocking this guy on Twitter. People should stop. The cops exploited his loneliness, then induced him into a crime he likely otherwise wouldn't have committed. They ruined a life that was already pretty sad. And I doubt anyone is safer for it. https://t.co/HZNiRmLgz9
— Radley Balko (@radleybalko) December 14, 2017
Austintown police officers used a phony dating-app profile for someone purporting to be an adult to lure in the student earlier this month. After chatting, the catfish “revealed” he was 15 years old. The college student, A.G. (not his full name), indicated he didn’t have a problem with his age. The conversation eventually turned sexual and A.G. sent the fictional boy some nude photos of himself.
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