Teacher in Student Sex Case Held on Bond

Teacher in Student Sex Case Held on Bond

There are 30 comments on the CBS News story from Feb 25, 2006, titled Teacher in Student Sex Case Held on Bond. In it, CBS News reports that:

A former fifth-grade teacher accused of having sex with her 11-year-old student was ordered held on $100,000 bond Saturday.

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Just An Observor

Sparta, MI

#25 May 16, 2006
Dude wrote:
You guys are dumbasses. Every guy on this planet wishes he had sex at age 11 with a hot teacher. That's male fantasy number 6, right behind having sex with 2 hot teachers at age 11. If your 11 year old son gets laid by a teacher, then he will have self confidence for the rest of his life.
All I want to know is where the heck were all these teachers when I was 11? All I ever got was homework.
You obviously have never had anything impressive for a male role model in your household. That is truly disgusting thinking.

Auburn Hills, MI

#26 May 17, 2006
well our school here in tn. cracked down on this sex reporting thing ..when the children told there parents...the children were all called into gym...and told that any child which told there parents about what happened in school would be punshed...im not joking this really happend...public schools treat these kids like dirt...its no wonder why kids shoot teachers...look at how messed up some kids are,,and ask your self what these kids go thru
Just An Observor

Sparta, MI

#27 May 17, 2006
Clifford, your schools in TN. need to seriously be investigated!

Auburn Hills, MI

#28 May 18, 2006
well think about this...its common for the schools..lawyer to be the junvile judge...thats how these damn teachers get by with there shit..

Clifton, NJ

#29 May 26, 2006
that is so rong they all should be locked up

Clifton, NJ

#30 May 26, 2006
women who rape childs don't have sex

United States

#31 Feb 3, 2007
man i wish i had hot teachers having sex with me!
lives near by

Auburn Hills, MI

#32 Apr 30, 2007
concerned Mom wrote:
This is one of the many reason I do not want my children in the public school system! After this,I will definately home-school my children.
It is bad when you have to send them to school and worry about them being shot by another student,but to have to send them,and worry that their teacher is going to rape them is worse.We are suppose to trust that the teachers will protect our children only to have them raped!
I hope that poor boy's Mother sues Laurens County for every dime they have. Their schools aren't safe for my most precious posessions - my children !!!!
If you love your children keep them safe HOMESCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!
Toby Queeef

Vincentown, NJ

#33 Apr 30, 2007
Can you imagine what this poor kid thinks of women? This kid will have issues the rest of his life. What a nasty lady.
Tommy P

Evans, GA

#34 Aug 8, 2007
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS)- They are accused of preying on children, and some have even pleaded guilty to these crimes. Dozens of internet sex predator convictions could now be overturned.

Since 2004 there have been 84 arrests, all men who thought they were talking to 13 or 14-year-old boys and girls online. Twenty-four have already pleaded guilty.

"They're guilty. We know they're guilty. You ought to read this stuff. It will make you sick," says Attorney General Henry McMaster.

But some of them may soon receive a get out of jail free card. A ruling by Spartanburg Circuit Judge Mark Hayes has put the state's internet predator program in jeopardy.

McMaster says, "We think this order by the judge is wrong and will be reversed on appeal."

It stems from the case of Anthony Odom, 33, an attorney and former assistant solicitor in Aiken.

Odom was arrested for having sexual chats with an officer posing as a 13-year-old girl. But before Odom went to trial, Judge Hayes called into question the procedure authorities used to track down Odom and other internet predator suspects, because an internet screen name could belong to anyone around the world.

South Carolina law enforcement goes to internet service providers - like Yahoo, Road Runner and AOL - to get a suspect's personal information. McMaster says, "The federal and state law allows it. There's no prohibition to doing this. We are following the federal statute."

Judge Hayes doesn't agree. While he's gone on record saying he can't comment on the case, Hayes noted state law requires a higher standard than the federal law regarding how authorities obtain personal information from internet companies. It's an argument that was used in another case back in May of 2006, but was thrown out.

"The law is good. The procedures are good. It's working well," says the attorney general.

Before the state's Internet Predator program passed in 2004, the procedures on how they get personal information were signed off on by the state supreme court.

So what's next? The state's internet predator program is moving forward, but the attorney general's office has turned its cases over to the feds while the appeals process continues. It's a process that could take up to a year, officials say.

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