Doctor heads to court after online se...

Doctor heads to court after online sex sting

There are 17945 comments on the Contra Costa Times story from Oct 13, 2006, titled Doctor heads to court after online sex sting. In it, Contra Costa Times reports that:

A prominent Piedmont doctor is scheduled to appear in court Nov. 2 to answer to felony charges stemming from his arrest in late August in Petaluma in a sting operation involving online sex crimes with children.

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LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16165 Jul 18, 2012
Miggy wrote:
I guess I'm in the rare minority. Yea for me!
Miggy; I think you are in the majority. There is some sick cinema out there - including Pretty Baby which warped Brook Shields to the point where she now sells Lazy Z Boy chairs. More importantly there are sick men out there like MoWo. In my opinion he had a tenuous grasp on reality and obviously crossed the line. I was in touch with the head of the company yesterday where all of us worked and we used to sit around the executive table and listen to MoWo rant on. Everyone would give each other the sideways glance. Interesting times.

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Miggy

Cleveland, OH

#16166 Jul 19, 2012
OFF-TOPIC UPDATE ALERT:

Kindle version of my book now available!

http://www.landowonder.com/184.html

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Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#16167 Jul 23, 2012
Miggy wrote:
OFF-TOPIC UPDATE ALERT:
Kindle version of my book now available!
http://www.landowonder.com/184.html
Congrats! I've always wanted to be a novelist.....admiration your way for writing your book!

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LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16168 Jul 23, 2012
Brittle Fingers wrote:
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Congrats! I've always wanted to be a novelist.....admiration your way for writing your book!
Brittle, you are a novelist and in a billiant, truthful and kind way.

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Vancouver, Canada

#16169 Jul 26, 2012
Brittle Fingers wrote:
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Congrats! I've always wanted to be a novelist.....admiration your way for writing your book!
OK if we are done here people then someone else deserves the last word. I do have personal knowledge of MoWo but so do a lot of other people who I admire and respect as I do of members of this forum. Regards, LLDY
Roast

Stockholm, Sweden

#16170 Jul 27, 2012
x PeeJ wrote:
Court overturns conviction in Craigslist sex sting
A panel of appellate court justices ruled there is “substantial evidence of entrapment” in Gregory Ruiz Aguirre’s case.
By VIK JOLLY / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
SANTA ANA – An appellate court has overturned the conviction of a man for responding to a bogus Craigslist ad by a Huntington Beach police officer posing as a 13-year-old girl.
The justices ruled there is "substantial evidence of entrapment" in the Aguirre case.
He was one of six men who responded to the Craigslist.org ad – part of an undercover sting operation targeting Internet child predators – by police posing as a 13-year-old girl saying she was looking to make $100.
In May 2010, an officer posted a message in the "Casual Encounters" section of the website. The title of the post read: "Hi wanta play with me 2nite — w4m (hb)," the appellate court's narrative of the incident says.
The body of the message stated: "I want to have fun and mke new friends." The term "w4m (hb)" was intended by the officer to convey the poster was a woman looking for a man in Huntington Beach. More than 100 people, including Aguirre, responded.
DID NOT BELIEVE SHE WAS 13
Aguirre admitted to officers "the female he was meeting had told him she was 13, he had agreed to pay her for sex, and he had brought condoms with him," but he also said "at least once during his interview that he did not think the woman in the photograph sent to him was really 13 years old."
The defendant denied having ever contacted other minors for sex. Police searches of Aguirre's computer and efforts to find other victims did not yield any child pornography, the justices said.
"The police lured defendant into an electronic conversation with Jess without providing any indication at the outset that she was underage ... The police quickly disclosed Jess was 13 years old once defendant contacted her, but in response to defendant's request for a picture of Jess, the police selected a photograph of an attractive and mature female body," the justices said.
"Jess" was first to use sexually explicit comments in responses to their first exchange and following the initial contact, she initiated electronic communication with Aguirre on four separate occasions, they said.
LACK OF ENTRAPMENT INSTRUCTION
In March 2011, jurors at the West Justice Center in Westminster deliberated a couple of hours before finding Aguirre guilty of three felonies, including going to meet a minor for a lewd purpose. He also was convicted of attempted lewd conduct with a minor under 14 and communicating with a minor for a lewd purpose.
Jensen sentenced Aguirre to five years formal probation with the condition a violation would automatically send him to four years in state prison. Aguirre was also ordered to register as a sex offender for life.
"Our analysis suggests the government should not be in the business of testing the will of law-abiding citizens with elaborate (if improbable) fantasies of sensuous teenagers desperate to engage in sexual acts with random middle-aged men," wrote appellate Justice Raymond Ikola, with Justices William Rylaarsdam and Richard Fybel concurring.
The lack of an entrapment instruction "was not harmless, as a more favorable result for defendant was reasonably probable" if it had been provided, the panel said.
"Entrapment is about the actions of the police, not the guilt of defendant," the ruling said.
"Our review of the record suggests a reasonable jury could find that the police conduct would illegitimately ensnare normally law-abiding individuals in an illegal conversation they would not have otherwise pursued," the justices said. "In sum, the jury might have believed the conduct of the police was likely to induce a normally law-abiding person to commit some or all of the charged crimes. We therefore reverse the judgment."
http://www.ocregister.com/articles/aguirre-34...
Thank you for keeping the focus on the rats.
LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16171 Jul 27, 2012
MoWo was nothing about law abiding; it was all about himself.

“Serenity Now!”

Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#16172 Jul 28, 2012
But he didn't do anything.....he didn't DO anything!
Truthout

Anonymous Proxy

#16173 Jul 28, 2012
Pig Roast wrote:
<quoted text>
WRONG!
Penal Code section 31.
All persons concerned in the commission of a crime, whether it
be felony or misdemeanor, and whether they directly commit the act
constituting the offense, or aid and abet in its commission, or, not
being present, have advised and encouraged its commission, and all
persons counseling, advising, or encouraging children under the age
of fourteen years, or persons who are mentally incapacitated, to
commit any crime, or who, by fraud, contrivance, or force, occasion
the drunkenness of another for the purpose of causing him to commit
any crime, or who, by threats, menaces, command, or coercion, compel
another to commit any crime, are principals in any crime so
committed.
For some backgound, this section of the chat is after Wolin did not show up at the sting house, and so Xavier Von Erck intiates recontact. If you see any aiding and abetting, or any advising and encouraging, or any coerciion, then Von Erk is a principal to the crime of attempted child molestation. That would mean he is as guilty of atempted child molestation as Wolin was.
WOLIN CHAT LOG – PART SEVEN (CONT’D FROM POST #4206)
(08/25/06 at 5:41PM)
DECOY: u stood me up (taunt)
(FOUR HOURS LATER)
MW: sorry
DECOY: what happen?
MW: I couldn’t do it…youre too young…I wish I could see you
DECOY: what?...but all the suff we talk about?...u promised (pester, harass)
MW: you have to be careful here…im cool…but you could meet some bad people…just be careful
DECOY: well im not tryin to meet bad peeps I tried to meet u…but you don’t like me enuff…(taunt, coax, hound, bedivil) I waited and waited too (persistent)
MW: I know…but you don’t know me…and I do like you a lot
DECOY: I know u tons we talk a lot and u gotta neet car u a doc u cool…(blandish) well if u like me why u ditch?(taunt)
MW: I know…and everything I said was true…but some guys might lie to you
DECOY: I know but im not talkin to some guy im talkin to u…u the guy I talk to…u a doc u cute u it all (blandish, to coax with flattery)
MW: I know baby…and youre really hot
DECOY: thanks so whats the prob? We talk so much I mean I though u were the best (coax, pester)
MW: I just don’t want either of us to get into trouble
DECOY: lol if we smart we get in no troubs (persistent, solicit, claims of not being detected)
MW: lets talk more here
DECOY: okay but don’t be a player k?...(coax, pester, harass) cause I like you lots and I don’t wanna be lied to (coax, pester, harass)
more:
www.corrupted-justice.com/forums/viewtopic.ph...
And so we all know who the decoy was.
The REAL Xavier Von Erck - YouTube
19 Jul 2007 ... Ever wonder what he is really like? Search no more. This is the man that runs Perverted-Justice.com .
www.youtube.com/watch...
The plot thickens.

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Montréal, Canada

#16174 Jul 28, 2012
Pig Roast wrote:
We are talking about Pigs @ Work.
Female Deputy Sues for $50M After Topless Photos Used in Sting Op Against Pedophiles Allegedly Get Passed Around the Office
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/female-deputy...
Wow!!!!
LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16176 Jul 28, 2012
Well, I would say Pig Roast is indeed a chavanistic pig and there is no way a woman of her stature or age (most likely) would attract pedophiles. If she did then I congratulate her for attaining that status at age 13; however I doubt it. LLDY

“Be an independent thinker”

Since: Jul 10

Greenville, Ohio

#16177 Jul 28, 2012
Miggy wrote:
Penman,
Thanks!
I only read the unabridged version, so I don't know specific differences. I know that some scenes cut out for the original publication where put back in, such as the run-in with "The Kid". Frankly, I can see why that part was cut. It was kind of unnecessary.
It's been a madhouse around here this summer but I have figured out how to download your book onto my Nook (one reason I got it over a Kindle is a Nook supports more file formats). It'll be *much* easier for me to read it there than to try to get computer time. Looks interesting already, since it is what I thik is called "historical fiction"--real-life events as a backdrop for a story. I've liked that type of fiction since I was first exposed to it years ago. And with vacation coming up soon I'll get even more time.
LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16178 Jul 29, 2012
penman1 wrote:
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It's been a madhouse around here this summer but I have figured out how to download your book onto my Nook (one reason I got it over a Kindle is a Nook supports more file formats). It'll be *much* easier for me to read it there than to try to get computer time. Looks interesting already, since it is what I thik is called "historical fiction"--real-life events as a backdrop for a story. I've liked that type of fiction since I was first exposed to it years ago. And with vacation coming up soon I'll get even more time.
What does any of this including some of my posts I admit have to do with MoWo?
Miggy

Cleveland, OH

#16179 Aug 2, 2012
Penman,

Thanks again for your interest. If something happens to this thread by the time you finish, or if you just want to take it off thread, let me know what you think at my e-mail address: miggy@landowonder.com.

Historical fiction, huh? Wow, I didn't know that!:)
Miggy

Cleveland, OH

#16180 Aug 2, 2012
LLDY,

It doesn't, but I'm using up my reserve of incorrectly labeled SPAM posts.

But hey, I just thought of something. Two of the characters that are left after most everyone's gone are a mid-thirties man and a 16 year old girl. Now, of course nothing really happens b/w them, but if MoWo read it, he could fill in his own sub-stories using his imagination!
LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16181 Aug 2, 2012
Miggy wrote:
LLDY,
It doesn't, but I'm using up my reserve of incorrectly labeled SPAM posts.
But hey, I just thought of something. Two of the characters that are left after most everyone's gone are a mid-thirties man and a 16 year old girl. Now, of course nothing really happens b/w them, but if MoWo read it, he could fill in his own sub-stories using his imagination!
PERFECT! Definitely related to MoWo - except MoWo doesn't read about it, he goes for it and the age spread was greater than that. LLDY
LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16183 Aug 4, 2012
penman1 wrote:
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Nothing, actually. I was merely letting Miggy know I had begun reading his book and some initial impressions of it.
You remind me of a female co-worker. Both of you have been seen to take offense at remarks that aren't nasty at all, spontaneously say things irrelevant to whatever's going on around you at the time and show some definite paranoid tendencies--delusions of persecution.
Since you seem to've forgotten (or scrapped) our (I thought) understood "gentleman's agreement" against mutual cattiness, I'll suggest you see your doctor about hormone replacement therapy if you're beginning menopause, upping your Valium dosage, or taking a vacation cruise in the Bermuda Triangle. None of those may help you, but they can't hurt me.
You're welcome.
Then if I and one of your female coworkers take offence then the problem may be you. Are you a psychiatrist or just seeing one?
LLDY

Vancouver, Canada

#16184 Aug 4, 2012
penman1 wrote:
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Nothing, actually. I was merely letting Miggy know I had begun reading his book and some initial impressions of it.
You remind me of a female co-worker. Both of you have been seen to take offense at remarks that aren't nasty at all, spontaneously say things irrelevant to whatever's going on around you at the time and show some definite paranoid tendencies--delusions of persecution.
Since you seem to've forgotten (or scrapped) our (I thought) understood "gentleman's agreement" against mutual cattiness, I'll suggest you see your doctor about hormone replacement therapy if you're beginning menopause, upping your Valium dosage, or taking a vacation cruise in the Bermuda Triangle. None of those may help you, but they can't hurt me.
You're welcome.
There is no such word as to've, just used by morons like Wolin. So are you transgendered? You have an amazing knowledge of women and I am a doctor.

“Serenity Now!”

Since: May 07

York Township, OH

#16185 Aug 4, 2012
<admittedly-feeble attempt at making the last comment>

“Be an independent thinker”

Since: Jul 10

Greenville, Ohio

#16186 Aug 4, 2012
LLDY wrote:
<quoted text>Then if I and one of your female coworkers take offence then the problem may be you. Are you a psychiatrist or just seeing one?
I have it on good authority that "no one has said anythin good about her" and "she's weird." And the person who said this isn't the type to be nasty. One of the few people who makes one like going to work.

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