• Conviction - corazon23456partio23456 - Jackson, Mississippi

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 12/5/2006 6:42 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 12/5/2006 10:47 PM PST

    corazon23456partio23456 : we can drink and ? will see what happend . ..
    corazon23456partio23456 : i can make you have some fun, and a good
    time.
    heather_sk8s: tell me how specifically and ill think abou tit
    corazon23456partio23456 : ok ill be here
    corazon23456partio23456 : drink and have sex?
    corazon23456partio23456 : drink and have sex?

    We heard you the first time, Roberto.

    These guys, they all think they're smart. Whenever they do the "What would you want to do" game, we know we have an arrest. Roberto Rosas was just another loser who thought he was too smart for us. Well, now he is the proud recipient of ten years suspended sentence and a one-way ticket back to Mexico as Roberto decided to give up his chance at living in America for the chance to have sex with an underage child.

    This is our first conviction of many to come out of Mississippi. Roberto was arrested during our Jackson, Mississippi sting that we did at the start of summer, 2006. Thanks to the cops in Jackson for stepping up and inviting us into Ole Miss.

    Notes from the Contributor, Cheyenne White

    Roberto Orpeza Rosas was the 4th man to show at the Jackson, MS bust. Although he was was not the most graphic or lewd predator, he was active in his pursuit of what he thought was a 13 year old girl. In fact, within 5 days Roberto tells "Heather" that he loves her. Predators are not always sexually explicit or colorful with their language when they first chat with their targets. Sometimes they "court" (groom) a child to believe their correspondence and pending relationship is normal. However, Roberto shows his true colors when he makes it very clear of his intentions the day of the bust.

    Roberto received a 10-year suspended sentence. However, he was also an illegal immigrant from Mexico. He was promptly handed over to Homeland Security where is is currently being deported. While I am ectastic about ridding the US of the likes of Mr. Rosas, I can't help but be saddened that he is free in his own country. I cross my fingers that the people of Mexico keep their eyes open for Rosas. More importantly, although we cannot do anything else to this man, it is my utmost hope that he recognize that he needs psychiatric help and that he acknowledges his criminal behavior.


    This is our 109th conviction since June of 2004 and our 69th conviction for the year 2006 thus far.