Mr. Westberg, a convicted sex offender who will rightfully go to hell someday, was lonely. So he did what any number of other people do when they’re lonely: he went online. So where does a convicted sex offender go for action? The Megan’s Law database.
“Westberg allegedly wrote a letter telling the other man he saw his photograph on the sex offender site and that he was ‘cute.'”
Hold on; I need to go wash my hands repeatedly.
“The victim* was so alarmed by this he couldn’t believe it. He thought maybe someone was trying to get him in trouble.”
The first point that I’ll make is that I, for one, am glad that Mr. Westberg, who shall certainly burn in hell, and the sooner the better, is finally trolling within his own age group. That’s a step in the right direction, right?
Apparently the problem is that it’s illegal for Mr. Westberg, as a convicted sex offender, to enter the registry. I can look all I want. Why is that? Is this not the totally creepiest case ever for the EFF to take on?
And, no, I don’t think this is funny.
* Bear in mind here that victim is being used in this case to mean the OTHER convicted sex offender.