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    UT - Jeff Tucker for child pornography, Salt Lake City, 2010

    The Salt Lake City Library must have quite a few computers. It also has freaks that frequent the place looking at child pornography.

    Jeff Tucker aged 50 was surfing the world of all things perverted and harmful to children when a guard passed by and saw the vile stuff he was looking at. The security guard placed him in cuffs and called cops. Guess what? Tucker has a previous charge from 1990 for sexually assaulting a minor.

    Kenneth Tulin had also been viewing child porn on the library computers. It turns out that both these guys were viewing it on the same day. How's that work.

    Meanwhile Salt Lake LE let them go while they investigate. Oh that's just great. I'm sure they're being on their best behavior.



    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...hild-porn.html

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    wtf????????????? they caught them red handed!

    god i need need a vacation

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbl8201 View Post
    wtf????????????? they caught them red handed!

    god i need need a vacation

    Naw you need one more win for now not a vaca.

    Yeah they catch them redhanded. We have had alot of these here posted. If we went to the search here we'd find tons of them.

    Kids are in those libraries. I hate going to the library. Unfortunately my DD had one of those little kid cards at like age 2. She loved the library and read real early. So, I'd take her, but forget about going into the bathrooms. I was constantly looking over my shoulder while she picked books. Can't say I was monitoring the computers because thankfully she had one at home even way back when.

    Sadly, and maybe I can find a link on it we had here in Philly a little girl with her siblings and grandmom in a library. The kid about 8 had to use the bathroom. The grandmom told her to go ahead since she was close by. A homeless guy was in there and raped the poor child. He beat her unmercifully and then stuffed her behind the toilet.

    Thank God she lived this poor angel, but it was rough going. O.K. bottom line I don't trust libraries. Thank goodness as an adult now my DD follows the rules I put in place years ago. She's like "Mom me and Jana went into the ladies room at the library and some guy was taking his bath in the sink".

    Sorry for the rant. I guess they can't ban pedophiles from public libraries?

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    guess not.

    btw in reference to '1 more win' (o/t)

    we're winning the war but the casulties are high

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    It's a beautiful huge state of the art library. Only a few years old, several floors. And a ton of computers. There have been numerous problems. Most of the problem is the area is downtown and has the usual downtown problems. Homeless, druggies, mentally ill, and they love this library. Thank goodness the kids have their own floor that appears to be secure and watched closely. IIRC, there were homeless people sleeping on the couches in the dozens of study areas. There was a debate about their civil rights being violated by making them stay out of a public facility. Not sure if that issue was resolved. Anyways, lots of problems there.

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    Why don't they add security filters to the system?

    I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow,
    but through it all I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing. —Agatha Christie


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    Quote Originally Posted by KeenEyes View Post
    Why don't they add security filters to the system?
    According to the article..
    "Library spokesman Andrew Shaw says there are filters and restrictions on the Internet service provided there, but in some areas of the library the filters are activated by default. That means patrons have the option of turning the filters off.

    Shaw also points out the library is not just relying on filters to keep explicit images out.

    "In our experience, we've learned that an alert staff is the best preventative measure in situations like this," he says. "
    http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=10676043

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    Wow; this is just heartbreaking. Some of my most favorite memories are times spent with my daughters when they were little in the library. I am lucky to live a low crime rate area and I never considered something like this happening. It's just sick! Why CAN'T we keep them out.......children are there?!



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