Tuesday, April 4, 2006
Maybe Tom DeLay Isn't So Bad After All...
At least, not when compared to this piece of trash at the department of Homeland Security.
The deputy press secretary for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security was arrested Tuesday for using the Internet to seduce what he thought was a teenage girl, authorities said. Brian J. Doyle, 55, was arrested at his residence in Maryland on charges of use of a computer to seduce a child and transmission of harmful material to a minor. The charges were issued out of Polk County, Fla.
Doyle, of Silver Spring, Md., had a sexually explicit conversation with what he believed was a 14-year-old girl whose profile he saw on the Internet on March 14, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
The girl was an undercover Polk County Sheriff’s Computer Crimes detective, the sheriff’s office said.
Doyle sent the girl pornographic movie clips and had sexually explicit conversations via the Internet, the statement said.
Aren't we all so lucky that a person like this has some small part in the security of America?
UPDATE: That's quite a vetting process they've got over at DHS. Apparently, they've got another kid-toucher to deal with...
When an Orlando mall security officer responded to a complaint about a man exposing himself to a girl in the food court, the suspect hurried out of the mall and ran through the parking lot.
The suspect was Frank Figueroa, then one of Florida's highest-ranking federal law enforcement officers and the former head of a national program formed to target child sex predators. Since his Oct. 25 arrest at The Mall at Millenia, Figueroa has been suspended from his post as the special agent in charge of the Tampa office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the law enforcement arm of the Department of Homeland Security.
Figueroa is charged with exposure of sexual organs and disorderly conduct, which carry a potential punishment of more than a year in prison. He has pleaded not guilty.