• Conviction - kaz4541 - Queens, New York

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 12/8/2009 10:49 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 12/8/2009 10:49 PM PST

    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:04:09 AM): so r u for real?
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:04:25 AM): lol yeah
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:04:36 AM): yeah, of course u would say that...
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:05:01 AM): well u kno im real?
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:05:16 AM): i would like to believe so
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:05:26 AM): whats wrong did somethin happen last nite? r u ok?
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:05:48 AM): i am just paranoid again
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:06:15 AM): oh ok im glad ur ok
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:06:38 AM): like i said, i dont wanna any surprise when i get there... i dont want cops waiting for me to bust me
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:06:59 AM): omg im not a cop
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:07:06 AM): i know u r not
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:07:11 AM): ok good
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:07:20 AM): but u can be working with them...
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:07:43 AM): no way im scared of cops i dont work with em for sure
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:08:08 AM): i know, but sorry if u think i am being a chicken
    snarkaztik (03/29/07 10:08:27 AM): its ok im kinda scared to
    kaz4541 (03/29/07 10:09:20 AM): i just dont wanna be busted just cuz i liked a minor girl nd trusted her...
    Yeah, wouldn't it be so awful for you if a minor girl betrayed your trust. I mean, you were only trying to rape her!

    Kazuo Akutsu was arrested as part of the Ocean County, NJ sting in March of 2007. Akutsu ended up facing some of the harshest sentencing in the New Jersey sting, at least for someone who wasn't already a RSO. He spent much time in jail awaiting a resolution to his case, and he faces deportation from this country, meaning possible separation from his family. He received a sentence of three years in prison, with credit for time served (and he was later released early after serving an additional 5 or 6 months), a lifetime of supervision if he isn't deported, and registration as a sex offender.

    Contributor notes from Sunny D
    Kazuo Akutsu, infamous for his fainting spell on Dateline, was the first to plead guilty and was sentenced on February 1, 2008 to 3 years. The sentence was a \"Megan's Law\" sentence which included parole supervision for life and possible deportation. With a credit at sentencing of 308 days, Kaz was released from prison on August 29, 2008.

    Here is his chat. Throughout, his grooming of the girl he thought was 14 was slow and methodical. Numerous times during the chat he raised the possibility of this being a sting, though that did not deter him. At first, I thought he was a Dateline fan. But, eventually he mentions a friend of his who had served on a jury for an internet predator case, leaving no doubt that he was fully aware of the illegality of his actions.

    This is our 470th conviction since June of 2004, our 165th conviction for 2009, and our 24th conviction in New Jersey thus far.