Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Officer Apologizes At Hearing
He Faces Charge Of Using Internet To Try To Persuade 11-Year-Old Girl To Have Sex.
Darren Seligman, an East Windsor police officer charged with using the Internet to try to entice a 11-year-old to engage in sexual activity, apologized Monday for his actions.
Seligman, who appeared Monday in U.S. District Court in Hartford before U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Smith, said the situation was a nightmare of his own making and wished he would wake up. He also said he was sorry to his family and the East Windsor Police Department.
Seligman, 38, was exchanging sexually explicit instant messages with the 11-year-old girl with whom he had been communicating since September, court records show.
Well at least he apologized...


At 11/24/07, 7:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there any site out there that can give me information on laws around luring on the internet? I am in Canada and my 16 year old child tells me he is having an relationship with a 25 year old in California. I want to know international laws, etc.


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