07-31-2007, 01:51 PM #1
Very scary self-proclaimed pedo posts little girl watching spots on website
This is probably the wrong place to post this, but it relates very much to missing children, IMO. Apparently, this man in the LA area goes to playgrounds and other places where children frequents and writes reviews of the best places to watch Little Girls on his website. Very effin scary.
Clear, *hatless* photo of this POS at third link posted below:
Mothers Fight Back Against Pedophile's Web Site
Law Enforcement Says There Is Little It Can Do to Stop It
July 30, 2007 -
Moms fearing for their children's safety are teaming up against a man who
prowls playgrounds, amusement parks and fairs stalking little girls and then
brazenly boasts about his exploits on his Web site.
Even though Jack McClellan calls himself a pedophile, legal experts say he
hasn't broken any laws.
"I just think they're cute, a lot cuter than women," McClellan said.
McClellan has operated detailed Web sites rating the best public places to
watch young children at play and posting photos he's taken at events. He
even rated locations based on how many little girls, or LGs as he call them,
"He is a reviewer, a pedophile reviewing places for other pedophiles to go,"
said child predator safety educator Pattie Fitzgerald, of
One Los Angeles mother accidentally came upon McClellan's Web site and
realized that he was describing her young son who she had taken to a
"Immediately my skin began to crawl," said Jane, who asked that her last
name not be used. "I thought this man is talking about my child. Who is this
man? Why is it OK for him to speak about my child?"
But Jane was not alone. Seattle moms were the first to notice McClellan's
Internet comments after seeing comments like this: "lots of frolicking LGs,
including several rolling down a steep grassy hill on their side" he wrote
about children in a public park.
The determined mothers pressured him out of the city.
"I think he needs to stop using children for his own selfish pleasures,"
said one mother.
Now dozens of Los Angeles mothers are teaming up to force him out.
"You should not be able to take a picture of a random child on the street
and use it on the Internet to promote the abuse and endangerment of
children," Jane said.
But law enforcement's hand may be tied.
"You can't arrest him for advocating," said UCLA law professor Eugene
Legal experts said, and police so far have agreed, McClellan has broken no
laws. He has no criminal record and his postings have been legal.
"[Sites like this are] repugnant as they are probably constitutionally
protected by the First Amendment," Volokh said.
But frustrated mothers said McClellan is crossing the line and needs to be
stopped now before it is too late.
"Why wait until he messes up," Jane said. "If someone is walking around
talking about blowing something up and they are carrying around dynamite,
why do you wait until they light the stick?"
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said there is one thing mothers
can do to protect their children. They can file a child annoyance complaint.
But, parents can only do that in certain circumstances. McClellan would have
to be spotted following children or with a camera near a child. Even then
the offense is a misdemeanor, so it's very unlikely to get him out of the
playgrounds and away from children.
Jack McClellan not only admits he is a pedophile, he has operated a Web site
in Seattle and in Los Angeles posting pictures of children and rating the
best places to watch little girls or LG's as he calls them.
One mother was horrified to read a description of her own child at a
festival. "Immediately my skin began to crawl, and I thought this man is
talking about my child. Who is this man? Why is it OK for him to speak about
Police have distributed a flyer warning parents to closely monitor their
children if they see him. But since he is not a registered sex offender and
hasn't broken any laws there is little more they can do.
"You can't arrest him for just advocating sex with underage children," said
UCLA Law Professor Eugene Voloka. "He has a constitutional right to do
A group of mothers has put up its own Web site tracking McClellan's
whereabouts. They want to amend the law to make it illegal to post pictures
of children on Web sites with sexual themes.
McClellan's Web site has been shut down by its host. But he says he intends
to start it again. And for now there is nothing parents or police can do to
Pedophile Upset Santa Monica Police Posted His Picture Online
SANTA MONICA, CA (CBS) -- A self-proclaimed pedophile best known for
posting pictures on a website that advised other pedophiles on how to meet
young girls is now upset that the Santa Monica Police Department has posted
his picture on their website.
Jack McClellan, who admits to going to public events to take pictures
of young girls, says he is now in fear for his life since a flyer has
circulated bearing his picture, car description and license number.
The circulation of the flyer is an unusual step, since McClellan is
not wanted for any crime. The flyer is careful to simply warn parents of
McClellan's proclivities and his presence.
At least one mother is conflicted about the move -- Sharon Hart is
glad to know about a potential predator, but is not sure whether the Santa
Monica Police Department's move was correct.
"He says he's a pedophile, but he's never done anything -- he just
says he's attracted to children, but he's never actually molested a child,"
Hart said. "So is it a violation of his rights? .Yeah."
McClellan is threatening to sue the Santa Monica Police Department.
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