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A judge ruled that deputies entrapped his client, writing that their tactics had "no place in modern day law enforcement.""They are really good at subtly turning conversations and normal statements into sexual innuendo — whether or not the other side intended that," Ryan said.The blurring of legal and ethical lines has led many agencies such as the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and others in south Florida to focus their cybercrime resources in other areas such as child porn and sex trafficking.
His office's predator stings have been featured in three MSNBC specials as well as a recent CNN series. — In the decade since Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator" segments popularized Internet sex stings, more than 1,200 men in Florida have been arrested, accused of preying on underage teens and children for sex. — In the decade since Dateline NBC's To Catch a Predator segments popularized Internet sex stings, more than 1,200 men in Florida have been arrested, accused of preying on underage teens and children for sex.But as the stings put more and more men behind bars, detectives are working harder and harder to keep up their arrest numbers.The other victims of sheriffs' stings Men who victimize children or look for underage victims online can't be excused.However, it's easier to make a case for men swept up in stings when they were looking for adults online."(My son) was stalked by law enforcement for three days," said the mother of a 22-year-old arrested in one of the stings who asked not to be identified because of the stigma that the arrest has brought.And the tactics they're using to put alleged sexual offenders in jail are sweeping up large numbers of law-abiding men, too.
Many of the men whose mugshots sheriffs have been paraded in made-for-TV press conferences were not seeking to meet children online, according to a yearlong WTSP-TV investigation.
Defense attorney The federal Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force program has received more than $200 million from Congress since 2003 to battle cyber enticement and child pornography across the USA.
That includes a onetime budget boost of $75 million in 2009.
Officers also now are responding to men's ads on dating sites like Plenty Of
After the men start online chats with people they think are adults, agents change the age they claim to be but try to persuade the men to continue the conversation anyway.
Judges also have been critical of some tactics used in the stings, which violate Internet Crimes Against Children guidelines.