07-08-2010, 04:42 AM #1
Fl homeless man charged with child pornography
That's right. Kevin Mark Baker may be homeless in Florida, but he sure can download the child porn.
The 41 year old Baker was arrested while LE was looking into another matter of child pornography. Baker chose where else? The Public Library and Wendy's to use WIFI spots to download 150 images of child pornography.
Riddle me this? How does a homeless man have access to his own dandy portable computer? Comments follow at link kind of asking the same.
$1.5 million bail for this guy. Good he needs someplace to stay. Why not let taxpayers foot the bill? Oh he was arrested in the library. They love the library these freaks.
07-08-2010, 04:48 AM #2
Now i have seen it all
Have mercy, please. This freak on June 19th writes a Blog about opening a Samaritan House. Seven families were moving in. He's homeless? Come on. No doubt he was going to be around these families and that means kids.
Of course he thrws in all the God is good stuff. Yet, he signed up fro models in bondage. I so didn't click on it. Myspace has models in bondage? To each their own, but kids use Myspace for heaven's sake and this freaks in Wendy's downloading child porn.
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh and he gives his frea*in phone number in case ya wanna call him to tell him what naughty things ya wanna do with him. You're homeless, dude. You got a phone though?
Meanwhile LE should check out friends he has on there. That is one frightening dude.
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07-08-2010, 05:26 AM #3
Sorry for the triple post but this stuff makes me bonkers.
Here's a website for the Inn that this pervert helped out on for homeless families. The first resident moved in with two girls. GIRLS! Kids. They also had High School kids helping paint and such.
Then you have Kevin Baker here who joins bondage sites and downloads child porn?
Recipe for disaster. (((((sigh))))) Again we are responsible for our children to the very best of our ability. This whacko has no control over himself obviously and he's a con if he has a portable computer and a cell. It's up to us to care for our kids.
Lord forgive me but everytime the Nuns had asked for volunteers at my DD's school at the homeless mission for men I said NO NO NO NO NO!!!!!!
I would truly help almost anyone in this world. No, it is not all homeless people. Any of us could become homeless at any time I am sure.
However, you send teens to help out with men's missions? I ain't trusting it. Food bank indeed. Clothing indeed. Mixing it up with the fella's when you're a teen? No way.
Sorry for the rant.
07-08-2010, 09:04 AM #4
07-08-2010, 11:26 AM #5Registered User
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Yet it is unbelievable. The Myspace page takes the cake. I need to weigh in as I get to experience this from the "inside"--no I'm not a RSO!!!--but one of my sons is. My son was recently released from state prison following a one year stint on a probation violation of leaving the state. He received an initial sentence of 10 years and lifetime registration upon pleading guilty to attempted rape of a classmate in his special ed class in his Senior year of high school. And for those who know our story, yes he was one of the children abused 12 years ago.
When he got out of prison, he was allowed 10 days at the Mission. He was supposed to find a job and a place to live. He was told to immediately get a cell phone so his Parole Officer could get hold of him. He was forbidden from setting up a Myspace or Facebook page but he did have access to others' pages through the Mission's and the library's computers.
He made lots of applications but times are tough and he only has an 75 IQ. He also can't drive and our buses don't run on the weekend or in the evenings which is a huge problem for the employed who depend on them. I could see where this was headed. There are absolutely no "work crews" or half-way houses. You are on your own. With our son, this is like telling a 3rd grader to get a job and a house. He's a one pound preemie survivor (born addicted to crack and PCP) and really needs a number of medications but has no insurance. He was literally just rattling around like a pachinko ball.
He started sleeping outside (against the rules) and stupidly wrote down an old address of ours. Did he honestly not think the PO would check that out? No, of course, he doesn't think. Not like you and I think. One quick walk through that property proved he wasn't there and thus, he was arrested again. He's in the county jail now and has no idea what to do next.
My point is that if we don't give these parolees a lot better direction, they're going to make the wrong choice time and again. Opening the door of the prison is not enough for many guys to pull themselves up by the bootstraps. We've got to turn our attention to the not so bright guys AND the slimy guys like this here feller, Mr. Baker.
07-09-2010, 03:16 PM #6
Just the type of freak that frequents the library.
I bet he's not homeless. I bet his addy is that shelter.
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