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Published: Friday, April 4 2014 1:19 p.m. MDT

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LovelyDeseret
Gilbert, AZ

The lesson learned here might be that in our effort to rid the world of sex crimes we are making more sex criminals in those that are asked to wade through and police the sex world.

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

So why is this more criminal than what teachers and the eduction department and child services does to exploit and monitor and stalk students after school hours at home an in public? The state of Utah has many different standards of what they consider sex offenders and protectors of the indifferent young.

Some jobs say its okay to stalk a childs life, and others its criminal intent. God forbid any caring father to follow a daughter in times she may be at risk in public or her social life.

I can relate to this artilce as offensive stalking and not revealing the circumstances or information relative to the charges makes it hard to be convinced that all voyeurism by men or women is with sexual intent.

I stare at women in disgust when they parade around in public with their jock strap g=strings pulled up above the waist line of their dresses or pants on an exposed midriff advertising they want to be admired and lusted after and think its how they should dress to get a mans attention. I and most men adore women but we do not like prostitutes or women dressing to prostitute themselves at large.

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