• Conviction - jefe6 - San Francisco, California

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 10/27/2009 7:43 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 10/27/2009 7:43 PM PST

    jefe6 (08/25/06 8:55:55 PM): do something fun with your time until sunday
    amazing_ava_grace (08/25/06 8:56:00 PM): okay
    amazing_ava_grace (08/25/06 8:56:01 PM): Ü
    jefe6 (08/25/06 8:56:49 PM): are you going to church on sunday morning?
    amazing_ava_grace (08/25/06 8:56:56 PM): probably not
    amazing_ava_grace (08/25/06 8:56:59 PM): no way to get there
    amazing_ava_grace (08/25/06 8:57:01 PM): why?
    jefe6 (08/25/06 8:58:00 PM): just curious. I noticed a mention of church in one of your friend's comments on myspace
    jefe6 (08/25/06 8:58:30 PM): and thought it was a bit ironic based on our interaction
    amazing_ava_grace (08/25/06 9:01:06 PM): implying something?
    amazing_ava_grace (08/25/06 9:01:08 PM): lol
    jefe6 (08/25/06 9:01:45 PM): nope
    jefe6 (08/25/06 9:01:50 PM): just found it interesting
    That is a fascinating moral judgment coming from a man that showed up at a bust house to rape a child. Or should I say it's ironic?

    Following his arrest, Jeffrey Paul Couture hired a private investigator to mildly harass the contributor who acted as decoy for this log. His silly attempts at sinking this case would mean nothing, however, as the weight of the evidence against him would cause him to plead guilty. He received four months in jail, three years probation, and RSO status with the usual restrictions.

    Contributor notes from Malibu Breeze
    Jeffrey Couture showed up to the bust house on his motorcycle to meet what he thought was a 13 year old girl. He met Chris Hansen instead. He sat down and spilled his guts to Chris and told even more to the Law enforcement on scene. He told Chris he needed help. He got it, in the form of of 36 months of formal probation during which he must attend weekly meetings, and must remain in treatment per his probation officer at his own expense.


    This is our 346th conviction since June of 2004, our 43rd conviction for 2009, and our 97th conviction in California thus far.