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2012-05-15 07:20:51 AM  
Darius McClinton-Hunter, 17, was one of two adults arrested after a monthlong...

lol wut
 
2012-05-15 07:52:25 AM  

TsarTom: Darius McClinton-Hunter, 17, was one of two adults arrested after a monthlong...

lol wut


Exactly what I came here to ask.
 
2012-05-15 09:30:36 AM  
if 17 is an "adult" how old was the "child". also

FTFA: Hunter tweeted shortly after 5 p.m. PT Monday: "This is very tough for a father. Thanks for ur prayers and support. Be Blessed everyone!"

Seems so strange to me "share" something like this, I don't know, I just don't understand social media.
 
2012-05-15 09:35:32 AM  
Apparently under Texas law 17-year-olds are considered adults.

/sounds like this was a train run on an underaged girl
//Chris Hansen is asking for several seats over there
 
2012-05-15 09:35:47 AM  
If this is a case of then running a train on some 15 year old slut, you'll have to excuse me for not being outraged.
 
2012-05-15 09:41:14 AM  
There's been very limited details anywhere on at least the ages of participants. I'm hoping this doesn't turn out to be as bad as it sounds. A group of kids of near age (14-17) filming their escapades wouldn't be too out of the ordinary by today's standards. A group of boys raping children and filming it is another, drop the hammer hard on them matter. Reports are so vague now they can be read either way.
 
2012-05-15 09:41:39 AM  

Marisyana: Apparently under Texas law 17-year-olds are considered adults.

/sounds like this was a train run on an underaged girl
//Chris Hansen is asking for several seats over there


I remember a COPS episode where 17 is considered adult age in Texas.
 
2012-05-15 09:49:13 AM  
Ok, this headline joke was funny the first couple times, but it's been run into the ground now.

Although, it's FARK, and I guess that's just how we roll here.
 
2012-05-15 09:57:34 AM  

Orgasmatron138: Ok, this headline joke was funny the first couple times, but it's been run into the ground now.

Although, it's FARK, and I guess that's just how we roll here.


We stick with the classics here.

/probably why I can't get anything greenlit, hate using the same old schtick
 
2012-05-15 10:05:52 AM  

Unoriginal_Username: We stick with the classics here.

/probably why I can't get anything greenlit, hate using the same old schtick


Fark played around with headline voting a while back. No idea why they didn't stick with it.
 
2012-05-15 10:12:04 AM  

kdawg7736: Marisyana: Apparently under Texas law 17-year-olds are considered adults.

/sounds like this was a train run on an underaged girl
//Chris Hansen is asking for several seats over there

I remember a COPS episode where 17 is considered adult age in Texas.


IIRC 17 is the age of consent here as long as there is no more than a two year age difference with the minor, of course I'm probably wrong.

But, I echo the sentiment on a 15 year old girl getting trained by two dudes...there is a lack of outrage on that, because, and I'm going to remind people KIDS HAVE SEX and some of those kids are girls that are slutty.
 
2012-05-15 10:16:53 AM  
The age of consent in Texas is 17 but it also mentions a 3 year rule that implies that a 17 year old could have consensual sex with a 14 year old and not necessarily be charged with a crime. Either the girl was under 14 or she was raped.
 
2012-05-15 10:20:39 AM  

9beers: The age of consent in Texas is 17 but it also mentions a 3 year rule that implies that a 17 year old could have consensual sex with a 14 year old and not necessarily be charged with a crime. Either the girl was under 14 or she was raped.


Also I think if there is parental consent to a relationship, the 2/3 year gap is fine. I'm vaguely remembering that b/c a friend in HS was a senior, and dated a freshman, he turned 18, she hadn't turned 15 yet, but her parents were fine with them dating, there was a preggers scare, and of course they threaten to call the cops on him. Good thing his dad was an attorney, b/c that was the loophole, the fact that the parents prior to them going after him for statutory rape, they approved of her dating him.
 
2012-05-15 10:25:49 AM  
Let's all keep in mind this is Prosper, TX (aka The New Plano). A place where people tend to have more money than they have common sense & often, parents aren't nearly as involved/nosy about what their kids are doing when they're not in school as they probably should be.

That said, as many others have done, I'd also speculate that this is probably a case of some guys gang-banging a very loose 15 or 16 year old girl.
 
2012-05-15 11:16:24 AM  
Sounds like After-Prom got out of control. Alcohol? Definately. Weed? Maybe. Very pissed off Dad? I think we have a winner.
 
2012-05-15 11:18:39 AM  
farking TexASS.
 
2012-05-15 11:18:44 AM  

TsarTom: Darius McClinton-Hunter, 17, was one of two adults arrested after a monthlong...

lol wut


Yep. It's 17 in Georgia for felonies, too.
 
2012-05-15 11:19:28 AM  
Was he hanging out with Jarrod Washburn again?
 
2012-05-15 11:29:47 AM  
Ya lost me
i64.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-15 11:33:09 AM  
What the prosecution is going after is assault as it seems the case is that the girl was forced or coerced by a group of men. The age difference (1 year) shouldn't play as a factor however.
 
2012-05-15 11:52:57 AM  
Sounds like Hunter's kid has been scoring more than the Angels have.
 
2012-05-15 11:52:58 AM  

4NTLRZ: Let's all keep in mind this is Prosper, TX (aka The New Plano). A place where people tend to have more money than they have common sense & often, parents aren't nearly as involved/nosy about what their kids are doing when they're not in school as they probably should be.

That said, as many others have done, I'd also speculate that this is probably a case of some guys gang-banging a very loose 15 or 16 year old girl.


I leaning towards the gang-bang - then claim rape after people find out situation since the prosecution has been slow to come forward with any details.
 
2012-05-15 11:56:47 AM  
CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

Point is: whenever I read stories like this, I have to wonder if this isn't a case where some parents found out their daughter wasn't as innocent as they'd thought, and go to the cops with it because they're pissed.
 
2012-05-15 12:13:05 PM  

Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.


I really hope this is BS...
 
2012-05-15 12:18:55 PM  

TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...


Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.
 
2012-05-15 12:32:11 PM  

Uncle Pooky: TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...

Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.


The Club could easily confirm if she used ID to get in the club where they met. If it was over 21 to get in then it doesn't matter how good the lawyer is...
 
2012-05-15 12:39:07 PM  

9beers: Unoriginal_Username: We stick with the classics here.

/probably why I can't get anything greenlit, hate using the same old schtick

Fark played around with headline voting a while back. No idea why they didn't stick with it.


You still can. It just costs $5 a month. Although the admins usually ignore votes when determining green lights.

/though there are the occasions when link votes do determine greens
//last one I can remember was the Dick Clark's death thread
 
2012-05-15 12:43:56 PM  

protectyourlimbs: Uncle Pooky: TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...

Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.

The Club could easily confirm if she used ID to get in the club where they met. If it was over 21 to get in then it doesn't matter how good the lawyer is...


This happens more often than you think. And having a good lawyer doesn't matter. In almost every state ignorance of the person's age, even if you were deceived into thinking they were of age, isn't a defense.

This even happened to a guy I went to school with, and I was unknowingly involved. At the time I was 24 and dating this 22 year old. We went to a club one night and her friend came with us. I never asked her friends age, just assumed she was 21+ because they let her into the club and she knew the bouncers and bartenders. While we were at the club I ran into this guy I went to school with and he and the girl started chatting. I guess one thing led to another and they ended up having sex, her parents found out, he found out she was only 15, and he ended up being charged with sex with a minor.

I could even tell you the story of how my nephews 17 year old friend ended up doing 18 months for sex with a minor for having sex with his 16 year old girlfriend who was only about 2 months younger than him.
 
2012-05-15 12:45:13 PM  

protectyourlimbs: Uncle Pooky: TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...

Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.

The Club could easily confirm if she used ID to get in the club where they met. If it was over 21 to get in then it doesn't matter how good the lawyer is...


It does if the lawyer demonstrates that it can't be proved she was even in the bar at all that evening. What can be proved is her age and his age, which tend to be the sticking points in cases like these.
 
2012-05-15 01:01:05 PM  

protectyourlimbs: Uncle Pooky: TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...

Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.

The Club could easily confirm if she used ID to get in the club where they met. If it was over 21 to get in then it doesn't matter how good the lawyer is...


It may not matter to you, but it sure does matter to the state.

Unlawful sex with a minor/Statutory Rape is a strict liability crime. All that has to be proven is that a) the sex took place and b) the person was under the age of consent. That's it. It doesn't matter what your defense is. Unless it's a Romeo and Juliet offense, you're guilty.
 
2012-05-15 01:46:26 PM  

Uncle Pooky: protectyourlimbs: Uncle Pooky: TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...

Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.

The Club could easily confirm if she used ID to get in the club where they met. If it was over 21 to get in then it doesn't matter how good the lawyer is...

It does if the lawyer demonstrates that it can't be proved she was even in the bar at all that evening. What can be proved is her age and his age, which tend to be the sticking points in cases like these.


It's ultimately the judges call. And if he/she is an a-hole, then they do it just b/c they can. It's a lot like cases of child support in this country. There are women out there that go looking for the guys that knocked them up, and sometimes notice is served to the wrong man, with the same name. Even though it was sent to the wrong person, if they fail to show up to court, they have to pay the child support. AND IT'S NOT THERE KID.

And I mentioned a story earlier, and that was the issue, his attorney had proof that the girl's parents consented to the relationship, and knew they had sex, but when they broke up and she flipped out, they helped bury the guy, and the judge didn't throw it out.

He's going to be a sex offender till the end of time, and there are tons of guys out there in the same boat b/c the parents use the statutory rape and sex with a minor laws as ways to get back.
 
2012-05-15 02:50:34 PM  
Sorry to derail this thread from stories of dudes who can't keep their dicks in their pants, but there's long been an urban myth that Anaheim Stadium is built on an Indian burial ground, which is the cause of the bizarre tragedies the team has endured, like Lyman Bostock being shot to death in the offeason, Mike Miley dying in a car accident, the team bus skidding off the NJ Turnpike nearly killing manager Buck Rodgers, all the spectacular collapses in crunch time etc.

This is just another manifestation of The Curse. Just ask this guy about Indian burial ground curses:

cdn.bleacherreport.net
 
2012-05-15 03:42:09 PM  

FinFangFark: kdawg7736: Marisyana: Apparently under Texas law 17-year-olds are considered adults.

/sounds like this was a train run on an underaged girl
//Chris Hansen is asking for several seats over there

I remember a COPS episode where 17 is considered adult age in Texas.

IIRC 17 is the age of consent here as long as there is no more than a two year age difference with the minor, of course I'm probably wrong.

But, I echo the sentiment on a 15 year old girl getting trained by two dudes...there is a lack of outrage on that, because, and I'm going to remind people KIDS HAVE SEX and some of those kids are girls that are slutty.


I'm going to remind people that KIDS GET RAPED and some of those kids are girls that are slutty.
 
2012-05-15 04:28:13 PM  

Suprman37: protectyourlimbs: Uncle Pooky: TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...

Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.

The Club could easily confirm if she used ID to get in the club where they met. If it was over 21 to get in then it doesn't matter how good the lawyer is...

It may not matter to you, but it sure does matter to the state.

Unlawful sex with a minor/Statutory Rape is a strict liability crime. All that has to be proven is that a) the sex took place and b) the person was under the age of consent. That's it. It doesn't matter what your defense is. Unless it's a Romeo and Juliet offense, you're guilty.


So it doesn't matter that the person was under the impression they were of legal age with a 3rd party to back up the claim?
 
2012-05-15 04:41:51 PM  

protectyourlimbs:

So it doesn't matter that the person was under the impression they were of legal age with a 3rd party to back up the claim?


You'd think so, but no. It usually doesn't. There's many, many cases like this out there. And yes, it's supremely unfair.
 
2012-05-15 04:48:22 PM  

Suprman37: protectyourlimbs: Uncle Pooky: TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...

Never underestimate the power of hiring a good lawyer.

The Club could easily confirm if she used ID to get in the club where they met. If it was over 21 to get in then it doesn't matter how good the lawyer is...

It may not matter to you, but it sure does matter to the state.

Unlawful sex with a minor/Statutory Rape is a strict liability crime. All that has to be proven is that a) the sex took place and b) the person was under the age of consent. That's it. It doesn't matter what your defense is. Unless it's a Romeo and Juliet offense, you're guilty.


So, you could even see her (fake) ID, have her sign an affidavit, and still be guilty? How in gods name can you ever be absolutely certain?

Thank god I'm in a relationship with one woman and she's only 8 months younger than I am (And I met her the day after her 18th birthday).
 
2012-05-15 04:50:12 PM  

kbotc: How in gods name can you ever be absolutely certain?


Cut her in half and count the rings?
 
2012-05-15 04:52:58 PM  

germ78: You still can. It just costs $5 a month. Although the admins usually ignore votes when determining green lights.


This was different than just voting for a particular link. An article would be posted and then people would post their headlines for it. People would then vote for their favorite headline and that's the one it would be greened with.
 
2012-05-15 05:19:39 PM  

TheIndependent: Uncle Pooky: CSB:

My mom worked with a woman who had a younger brother, who was 25. One night he was in a 21+ club, meets a girl and takes her home. Everything was consensual.

Turns out, the girl was 16 and had a fake ID. She had been doing this for awhile, but this was the first time she was caught by her parents. They flip out, but of course, this isn't her fault. The guy, thinking nothing of it, had given her his card wanting to see her again. The parents take the info to the cops, and long story short: he serves time (for unlawful sex with a minor) and had to register as a sex offender.

I really hope this is BS...


Happend a few times at clubs I worked at. It is a mess girl gets in with a fake ID guy picks her up and gets a record. It almost happend to me once at a college party, good thing some friends intervened.
 
2012-05-15 05:25:21 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: kbotc: How in gods name can you ever be absolutely certain?

Cut her in half and count the rings?


Thread over!
 
2012-05-15 08:38:55 PM  

9beers: germ78: You still can. It just costs $5 a month. Although the admins usually ignore votes when determining green lights.

This was different than just voting for a particular link. An article would be posted and then people would post their headlines for it. People would then vote for their favorite headline and that's the one it would be greened with.


I vaguely remember a time when that was being considered, but it was long before I got a free 6 months of TF.
 
2012-05-16 09:02:28 AM  
Prosecutors say the boys would drug girls to have sex with them. They allegedly called it "Team Snapback." One of the juveniles is accused of helping to drag a girl into a closet, where prosecutors say McClinton-Hunter forced her to have oral sex.

Source
 
2012-05-16 12:55:30 PM  

Uncle Pooky: protectyourlimbs:

So it doesn't matter that the person was under the impression they were of legal age with a 3rd party to back up the claim?

You'd think so, but no. It usually doesn't. There's many, many cases like this out there. And yes, it's supremely unfair.


Crap.. guess I have to go back to being single...
 
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