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MAINE LAGS BEHIND OTHER STATES IN ARRESTS AND REPORTING OF CHILD PORN, WHY?

March 26, 2015

By Editor:

Our source found the data below that is difficult to understand how an entire state had no arrests for child porn for an entire year.  How does Maine have NO reporting website for child porn?  Why does State Police Lt. Glen Lang in charge of this division fail to report or maintain the required site?  Why aren't search warrants requested routinely for all devices of a child porn arrested perp?

The average child porn deviant has 150 victims before his first arrest.  Former CHIEF OF THE MAINE STATE POLICE was arrested for having sex with his granddaughter.  His first offense at age 72, really?
Former Chief of Police in Howland was arrested for having sex with his 4 year old twin grandchildren.  His first offense at age 70+, really?

Sources continue to report search warrants aren't requested because of the fear that other known (by officers that aren't pedophiles) officers will show up on devices if searched.  See no evil, hear no evil, great police work, let the known pedophiles keep making victims to protect the officers that prey on them.

We recall how a police chief on one tip got search warrants for all the devices of one cop that was loaded with child porn.  Not in Maine, nothing to see here folks, move along, no Maine children being raped here, keep moving.

How do these guys sleep at night?  What if their fellow cops were raping their kids instead of someone else's child?


"We only request search warrants when the case requires it," Steve McClauseland, Maine State Police Spokesman.

Several questions:

  • Why is Maine ICAC refusing to release this information to the general public in Maine? Why isn't Maine posting this on the website they should have?
  • Why did Maine make NO arrests at all in 2009? What did Maine do with all the federal funding  received in 2009 to arrest pedophiles since Maine made no arrests? Where did the money go?
  • Why is Maine’s arrest rates so low compared with other states?
  • What causes Maine to arrest so few pedophiles compared to Maryland or Louisiana, that Maine can only make 8 arrests in 2010 compared with the 95 or 229 arrests in Maryland and Louisiana?

In addition, we are seeking answers to these questions which no one from the State Police have yet answered:

Q: When Maine State Police report, immediately after an arrest for child porn, “None of the children depicted are believed to be from Maine” how are you able to determine the identify and location of all the children in the hundreds/thousands of images/videos examined during a quick mobile on-site forensic exam?

Q: Why is the Maine State Computer Crimes unit, meant to be Maine’s most elite cyber-investigators, not able to maintain a website? http://www.maine.gov/dps/msp/criminal_investigation/computer_crimes.html/

Q: Shouldn’t the data, criminal complaints, arrest records and prosecutions be public like other states in the ICAC Taskforce?  For example, like Ohio’s Computer Crimes Unit? http://208.90.53.31/en-US/prosecutions.aspx Ohio not only has a functioning website but also runs an outstanding Twitter page https://twitter.com/ohioicac

Q: Why not Maine? What does it say about how DOJ federal tax money is being used when Maine cannot even maintain a public website on their child porn arrest record? How can anyone in Maine verify, examine, or understand the amount of the crime in Maine when Lt. Glenn Lang refuses to make this data public, as he is legally required to do, on a functioning website?

Bangor Daily News 10 January 2001 


COLIN ELLIS, FORECASTER REPORTER’S, SHODDY WORK ON CELL PHONE CASE

March 20, 2015
By Editor:

In an article in the January 1, 2015 edition of the weekly advertising publication that

usually contains the public relations handout from the Falmouth Town Management,

Colin Ellis, erstwhile 8th grade looking boy reporter, (photo below) failed to understand

and research the details of the case.

The very important part of the decision by the Maine Supreme Court was the ruling that

certain phone numbers were not part of the public record.  The Court did this by ignoring

the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that stated, “Dialed phone numbers have no expectation

of privacy.”

This was a ground breaking Court ruling in Maine, a wrong one, but ground breaking none the less.  The next case, rest assured there will be one, will be filed with the expectation that it will be necessary to prepare an Appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court simultaneously citing the mistaken ruling in this case.

FTM anticipated this outcome and that the Court would violate a previous decision to close ranks around a brother judge’s wife (District Court Judge Keith “Kappy” Powers), Barbara Powers’ husband.

FTM sources report the redacted ‘personal phone’ numbers mixed in with parents’ phone numbers would document misconduct by Barbara Powers dating back to a few years after her marriage began.

In the next case, if the U.S. Supreme Court reverses in that filing, it will set aside this ruling and Powers’ phone records, unredacted will be open to inspection in total.

To be continued…


IS DAN O’SHEA, FALMOUTH’S SCHOOLS BUSINESS MANAGER, PUTTING STUDENTS AT RISK FOR LEAD POISONING IN ARTIFICIAL TURF?

March 19, 2015
By Editor:   


This is FTMs follow up article on our March 10th comments about artificial turf.  After that posting the USA Today story broke about the possible lead poisoning coming from the lead content of the recycled toxic materials used to make the fake turf.

How much brain damaging lead is okay for Falmouth students, Dan?

How much cancer causing chemicals ground up into a fine powder and inhaled is okay for Falmouth students, Dan?

You can read the extensive report by USA Today on the link below.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/03/15/artificial-turf-health-safety-studies/24727111/


HOW SAFE IS THE ARTIFICIAL TURF USED BY FALMOUTH?

March 10, 2015
By Editor:

Reports are coming in that girls’ soccer teams, especially the goalies, are being exposed to deadly toxins because they play on artificial turf fields.  You can read the report below and the answer to our FOAA requests from Falmouth.  Are Falmouth children in danger?  You decide.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/investigations/how-safe-artificial-turf-your-child-plays-n220166

 


 

SCARBOROUGH POLICE SGT. O’MALLEY’S POSSIBLE SUSPENSION FOR PHYSICAL ABUSE OF A SPD FEMALE EMPLOYEE

CHAPTER 36

March 5, 2015

By Editor:

Current employees keep coming forward with complaints that are either ignored by the HR department, Tom Hall, the town manager, and of course the Council, or they won’t waste their time getting in line to be tortured by Moulton’s screaming and swearing at them until they quit or transfer to another department.

It seems that O’Malley grabs the crime analyst in the SPD and ‘playfully’ puts her in a head lock and punches her in the head repeatedly after he looked around to make sure the coast was clear, so the report said, and for her to go to HR to complain, after it was ignored by Captain Grover and Chief Moulton, who wanted to “keep it in house”.  Who, amongst us, wouldn’t want some playful punches to the head from a SUPERVISING OFFICER IN CHARGE OF US?

FTM was told by yet another current SPD embedded source that O’Malley was given a two day unpaid vacation for his playful punches.  In the real world, outside of government, O’Malley would be walked to the door, stripped of all employee material, and fired.  Someone might sue the town and get a really big settlement and the management will continue to close ranks and protect the worse perpetrators in the SPD.

What a great management model for the Scarborough taxpayers to bankroll.


SEXUAL CRIMES INVOLVING CHILDREN FUELED BY INTERNET DEMAND FOR THIS TYPE OF CONTENT

March 2, 2015

By Editor:

A recent case reported in the Press Herald had what we thought was an unusual quote from Steve McClauseland, Maine State Police Spokesman, after a child porn computer arrest he announced that it was determined that NO MAINE CHILDREN WERE IN THE VIDEOS.

We at FTM thought this was a very fast search of what were many videos and computer files.  In checking with a Federal Expert Witness previously on this type of crime, he stated it took hundreds of hours viewing time just to log the incidents of sex crimes involving children in just one case.  We didn't see how it could be stated that Maine children weren't in the videos so quickly.

How wide spread is porn viewing in all levels of Government?  In Maine it's at the point where Governor LePage had to issue an Executive Order banning it with the threat of termination.  We wonder if even that would have stopped Assistant Attorney General James Cameron, currently facing 16 years in Federal Prison, from his additive conduct of viewing child porn while at work.

https://medium.com/@LoriHandrahan2/daniel-rosen-s-arrest-1f7befb1762c

Maine’s Governor, Paul LePage, has recognized this crisis by issuing the first, to my knowledge, of its kind Executive Order, on 20 February 2015, prohibiting Maine state employees from accessing pornographic or sexually explicit material on both state computers or devices even when they were off-duty on personal time.

North Carolina’s Congressman, Mark Meadows (R) also recognizes the scope of the crisis and put forward the Eliminating Pornography from Agencies Act. This law, if passed, would stop federal employees from accessing, watching or sharing pornography on government-issued computers and devices. Congressman Meadows introduced this 18 September 2014. To date, he has not one co-sponsor. Not one other member of Congress cares about this issue? Apparently not.


 

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