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I assume any 'girl' wanting to suddenly sex chat with me on the internet is really a guy wearing a badge. If you're a good guy, it's best to behave like a good guy, and that's the kind of thing a good guy would do. Because, as the old cartoon goes, on the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog. Or a cop looking to bust someone looking to meet up with a minor for sex.With all the cancer and beating blah blah, it's unlikely that she's said anything to her father at all, and is simply looking to manipulate you.Besides which, we don't know which end of the conversation was in which state. What if that's where the girl is and our poster is in CO?i really dont see how they can charge innocent good people with crap, if i go on and i specifically look for 18 and they say they are 18 what are u supposed to do get a ssn and run a back ground check?My question involves criminal law for the state of: arizona/colorado Ok so i met this girl on a phone application for chatting who said she was 18, then after a little said she was 17, then for a long while she wanted to be boyfriend and girlfriend and wanted me to visit her but i said i was waiting til she was 18, so also wanted to talk dirty and send pics.fast forward to the time she said she was going to be turning 18 and she gets weird, then she admits she is 15, at this point i told her i could no longer talk to her, she kept pleading and pleading and i said no, then she stopped talking so i figured it was over and done, then she text back saying she was in the hospital and had some cancer and that her dad keeps beating her and i am a good person i just wanted her to have someone to talk to, so i let her keep talking but was nothing sexual in nature after finding out her age.What the statute says is that if the person knows or believes that the recipient is a minor, you're in trouble.
I was not out looking for under aged girls and was specifically looking for 18 and older. = Guy In Real Life Common sense from when you were six years old, don't talk to strangers.
I mean the text just said this "believe this, if you ever contact my daughter again i will come for you. Run and hide, watch out the window for your life to end" I think it could of just been a stare tactic, after I found out she had lied i didnt have any sexual conversation with her.
and with her telling me her dad beats her and all this other stuff i was acting as a person to talk to.
Although when dealing with people on a real basis there is little age affirmation defense.
However, when dealing with internet traffic there are age affirmation defenses because without cooborating evidence there is not way to determine age, whereas in a real setting there are additional verifications that can take place.