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Woman Faces 40 Years for Porn-Infected PC

 

Julie Amero, a substitute teacher in Norwich, Connecticut, has been convicted of impairing the morals of a child and risking injury to a minor by exposing as many as ten seventh-grade students to porn sites.

 

On October, 19, 2004, Amero was a substitute teacher for a seventh-grade language class at Kelly Middle School. A few students were crowded around a PC; some were giggling. She investigated and saw the kids looking at a barrage of graphic, hard-core pornographic pop-ups.

 

The prosecution contended that she had used the computer to visit porn sites. The defense said that wasn't true and argued that the machine was infested with spyware and malware, and that opening the browser caused the computer to go into an endless loop of pop-ups leading to porn sites.

 

Amero maintains her innocence. She refused offers of a plea bargain and now faces an astounding 40 years in prison (her sentencing is on March 2).

 

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Now that has got to suck...

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Now that has got to suck...

 

I bet that's what a lot of the kids said when they were crowded round that PC! :haha:

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:? People get out twice as fast for ****ing murder :roll:

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She shouldn't have done it at work where other people (or kids) might see it.

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innocent til proved guilty :? . their boe didnt require privacy blocks for malware and spyware. it aint her fault. hell i downloaded a seemingly harmless program, a file converter, and sumhow it hijacked my browser to sex .com and gave my anti spyware constant red alerts

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Not exactly crime you know... But suspension (or firing) the teacher is a considerable option, but, well, I don't get the injury to minors part...

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i'm amazed the kids didn't know about porno already. i mean, they're in high school. how could they not know about porn if they have limewire?

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Guest Rabbit

Middle School. It said 7th grade, so most of those kids are 11-13

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Psh. I looked at porn way before 7th Grade.

 

 

Umm... umm.. YOU HEARD NOTHING!

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Technically, you're right but I did read it. :P

 

Psh. I looked at porn way before 7th Grade.

 

 

Umm... umm.. YOU HEARD NOTHING!

Quoted so you can't change it. :P

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Guest Auronguardian

[Darthvader]NOOOOOOOOOOOOO![/darthvader]

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*puts on a creepy voice* But eet's fun to luuurk....heeeeeeh....

 

xD

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Lurkers are evil little people... :evilintent:

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I wasn't talking soley about you. ;)

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40 years is absolutely ridiculous in MA you only get like 15 to life (which is also ridiculous) those kids should already know about porn it's only getting them ready for the real world where the is lots of it

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I don't understand why the government doesn't just DESTROY the internet completely if they're so worried about porn, I mean, there's more porn on te internet than there is internet! I mean it! I can even type in death into a search engine and get porn... :roll:

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Err you do realise the entire point of the internet is for the sharing of pornography... I mean what did you think it was made for? :haha:

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Err you do realise the entire point of the internet is for the sharing of pornography... I mean what did you think it was made for? :haha:

QFT! XD

Besides, it's a well-known fact that ANY search engine query will yield at least ONE pornographic result.

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Internet 2 will be here in a year or two - I think it will help sending and recieving of porn :P

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