Police officers and detectives, in many cities, spend hours and hours on the Internet, pretending to be pre- adolescent or adolescent girls, looking for adventure and new friends, in hopes of attracting males interested in young naive females, for sexual purposes.
We have seen the scenario on TV with the unaware sexual predator coming to the child’s home, in hopes of a sexual encounter, only to be met by the camera crew from a major TV network, and the local police. This type of entrapment, is exactly that. Entrapment.
In a court of law, does entrapment have enough weight to convict a person of a crime? Will the entrapped person be punished by a court of law, and are the police spending a disproportionate amount of time on Internet child predators, when most child predators are not on the Internet?
Then who are the child predictors and where are they?
Most pedophiles are often authority fugues known to the child; they often are good friends of the parents, neighbors, relatives, siblings, or the parents themselves.
Then why don’t the police attempt to arrest those child predators, close to the child? Simple. It’s easier to trace pedophiles through a credit card number used to access child pornography sites on the Internet, than it is to approach a parent or relative of a child, who denies the sexual abuse, and often there may be no physical proof.
If the law enforcement in a city takes the easy and convenient way out, then there appears to be no real interest in children’s sexual protection from abuse and exploitation. The sexual safety and protection of children appears not to be real, and appears to be only lip service.
Child sexual protection seems to be selective, and the majority of children may not be protected. Children are, by and large, ignored by the system, and this constitutes a real sexual abuse.