Friday, June 10, 2011

Police Visit High School Junior About Her Online Communications With Weiner

Well, now we indeed know one of Anthony Weiner's online "friends" was a teenager.

He. Is. Toast.
Police on Friday afternoon came to the home of a 17-year-old high school junior to ask her about direct online communications she has had with Rep. Anthony Weiner.

Two officers from the New Castle County Police Department arrived at the girl's home around 4:30 p.m. and asked to speak with the girl's mother about the daughter's contact with Weiner. Another officer appeared at the home a short time later. A reporter was at the home when the police arrived.

The girl, whose name is being withheld because she is a minor, told, "I'm doing OK."

The police left the home after about 30 minutes, followed by the daughter and mother, who left in a separate car. It was not clear if the mother and daughter were going to continue the conversation with police at another location.

Ironically, Weiner had warned about online predators.

Looks like Patterico was on to something.

On the upside for Weiner this probably won't get much attention because the media is busy reading some e-mails or something.

1 comment:

Richard Butler said...

I don't suppose this story will make it to the on-air version of that sleazy show "To Catch A Predator" that seems to air once a day on PMS-NBC. I guess Anthony's Facebook username was 'UncleTony69' or something clever like that. Even my computer feels stinky and sleazy after reading about Weiner just now. I'll have to get a can of compressed air and give it a blow job (Ooops) to clean it out.

Nah, I don't expect they (traditional media) will air much of anything about Weiner and the teeny as the story runs its course.

And once again I hear another nail being driven into the coffin of traditional news services as they wonder why no one watches or reads them anymore. And they (the lame stream media) still don't understand why they're not relevant in America anymore.