Yes, in UK law this is illegal because the police have essentially created a crime that wouldn't have even happened, had they not created it! It's called entrapment.Belgrano said:Something about this just doesn't feel right.Roosh said:Reports said Jenkins faces charges of using a computer to “attempt to persuade, induce or entice a minor to engage in unlawful sexual activity.”
If convicted, the suspect will serve a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years and up to a lifetime behind bars, according to WISN.
Reports said Jenkins is currently being held at the Brown County Jail in Wisconsin.
Isn't this a victimless crime?
He wasn't talking to a minor, he was talking to a Winnebago County sheriff’s deputy.
And the only reason he broke the law in the first place is because the FBI tried their best to bait him.
If the FBI hadn't shown up, there would be no crime. They induced it.
10 years all the way up to lifetime for that?
But in the US, this is totally legal.