Monday, November 24, 2014

Sheriff believes ‘criminal activity’ occurring at taxpayer-funded school sex conference

SEASIDE, Ore. – Believing there may be some “criminal activity” going on at a taxpayer-funded school sex conference, the local sheriff is seeking to shut it down.

Sheriff Tom Bergin says he’s reached out to the Clatsop County District Attorney because he believes “there may be some criminal activity at the conference,” according to KOIN.

The Oregon House of Representatives education committee may also look into the conference that reportedly taught students “how to access cybersex and even were encouraged to Skype each other while masturbating.”

Last week, it was revealed the conference – in its 20th year – goes well beyond “promote safe sex and prevent teen pregnancy,” as organizers claim.  (more...)


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More law enforcement officers should be this astute.

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