• Conviction - h_k43232 - New Braunfels, Texas

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 9/29/2013 7:42 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 9/29/2013 7:42 PM PST

    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:32:17 PM): yeah i know the guys your age can be very stupid
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:32:30 PM): plus they couldn't do things for you like I can
    emotastic93 (05/21/08 9:32:53 PM): like what?
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:33:07 PM): take you places
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:33:10 PM): buy you things
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:33:28 PM): boys your age only want one thing
    emotastic93 (05/21/08 9:33:41 PM): ?
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:34:13 PM): you don't know what they want to do with you?
    emotastic93 (05/21/08 9:34:30 PM): i dont really talk to them k
    emotastic93 (05/21/08 9:34:32 PM): lol
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:34:34 PM): lol
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:34:36 PM): good
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:34:54 PM): just talk with me
    h_k43232 (05/21/08 9:35:07 PM): I will always be here to talk to you


    That's some pretty classic grooming behavior right there. Unfortunately for Hussain Kamal, he didn't stop with just wanting to buy things for the child.

    Hussain Kamal showed up to meet "Devin" at a movie theater in Greenville, TX. He was on his way home to New Braunfels from dropping his daughter off in Ohio. His plan was to take "Devin" to a hotel room near her house. Fortunately, he was met by law enforcement rather than a real child. In his car, they found condoms, Viagra, a digital camera, and a Dale Earnhardt teddy bear. They also found evidence on one of his computers that he'd also been chatting with another child, a 16-year-old girl.

    Kamal was charged federally for his crime. He was charged with 18:2422(b) Enticement of a Minor and 18:2423(b) and (e) Travel with Intent to Engage in a Sexual Act with a Minor. Kamal chose to take it to trial, where a federal jury convicted him on both counts.

    Kamal was sentenced to 235 months in federal prison, with lifetime supervision upon his release.


    This is our 550th conviction since June of 2004.