A coprophilic Cyber-Peeping Tom catches a child abuse case on video.
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Used elements of two-real life cases. One the 2000 Virginia case in which a man whose brain tumor caused him to molest his stepdaughter and act out in sexually inappropriate ways until the tumor was removed. The tumor began to grow back, which again changed the man's behavior, and again it was removed. His identity has not been revealed. The other the case of Mary Kay Letourneau, a then 33-year-old teacher in Washington who made headlines in 1996 when it was discovered that she was pregnant with the child of her then 12-year-old student Vili Fualaau. She was given 6 months in jail followed by 3 years of probation and ordered to stay away from Fualaau. During her probation, she had sex with Fualaau and became pregnant again. She was arrested for violating the terms of her probation, and as a result, Letourneau was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in state prison. She gave birth to her sixth child (and second with Fualaau) while incarcerated. After Letourneau's release from prison in 2004, Fualaau, then age 21, filed a motion in court, requesting a reversal of the no-contact order against Letourneau. A few days later the request was granted. Letourneau and Fualaau were married on May 20, 2005 in the city of Woodinville, Washington in a ceremony at the Columbia Winery. See more
The accused had a large brain tumor removed from her brain. A short time later she had another brain scan done that showed no damage whatsoever in the area where the tumor was removed. See more
Of course I bought a shirt. Gotta support my little man! HEY-YA!
Probably appreciate it a little more if you were sober.