• Conviction - ps3player178 - Export PA, New Jersey

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 11/13/2009 6:56 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 11/13/2009 6:56 PM PST

    ps3player178 (03/25/07 8:37:30 PM): i knew a girl that went to a party and had one drink and didnt remember ne thing
    ps3player178 (03/25/07 8:37:45 PM): she woke up next day naked and next to some guy she didnt know
    iam_j4yn3 (03/25/07 8:37:48 PM): wat happend?
    ps3player178 (03/25/07 8:38:04 PM): someone drugged her
    ps3player178 (03/25/07 8:38:14 PM): and she ended up pregnant
    iam_j4yn3 (03/25/07 8:38:27 PM): omg
    iam_j4yn3 (03/25/07 8:38:42 PM): least she knew who huh
    ps3player178 (03/25/07 8:39:04 PM): yeah, but she didnt remember anything that happened so she couldnt do anything bout it
    iam_j4yn3 (03/25/07 8:39:31 PM): thats scary
    Are you sure you weren't the rapist, Mr. RSO?

    Todd Chaming Lewis showed up at an Ocean County, NJ bust house in the spring of 2007, after driving six hours from his home in western Pennsylvania. The especially disturbing thing about Lewis is that he was already on Pennsylvania's registered sex offender list for sexual assault against a minor. Clearly, he should have had a stiffer sentence, as the one he had didn't prevent him from trying to rape a child. The entire justice system needs to take sex crimes far more seriously. For his crime in New Jersey, Lewis received 5 years incarceration and fines. Entirely not enough punishment for someone who has proved himself to be a repeat offender.

    Contributor notes from Irish Rose
    Todd Lewis was arrested in 2003 in Allegheny County, PA and convicted of statutory sexual assault of a real 14 year old girl whom he first met on the Internet, and then met in person. He went to prison, was released on probation, and was required to register as a sex offender on the PA Megan's Law registry. For those who have the absurd notion that registries are not needed, or that those on the registry are not a danger and would not re-offend, here is yet another example invalidating their arguments. While still on probation, Todd Lewis was back on the Internet in 2007 doing exactly what he was arrested for in 2003. He contacted who he thought was a 14 year old girl, turned the chat to sex, asked to meet, and traveled six hours to meet the child. Luckily this time, it was not a real child.

    At the time Todd was working on this plan to molest a child, he was also going through proceedings in a custody battle for unsupervised visitation rights with his own children. The judge in PA on the custody case had learned of his previous arrest, and his listing on the sex offender registry, and ordered a psychological evaluation. While the judge was waiting for the results of this evaluation, he learned of the arrest in New Jersey. I hope the judge was supplied with the rest of the evidence from this case for making his decision. Todd not only sent a nude image of himself to whom he thought was a child, he also engaged in a graphic chat. This is a sample of the education he was providing to this \"child\":
    ps3player178 (03/27/07 9:33:52 PM): Giving .........head....... massages the jaw....while burning 32 calories.
    Swallowing foreign body juices is actually like taking vitamins and it whitens your teeth
    The American Dental Association says that semen cuts plaque better than mouth wash, so suck a dick and save a smile.
    ps3player178 (03/27/07 9:37:05 PM): wanna work on whitening ur teeth?

    The day before Todd made this trip he bought himself a motorcycle and used this for the drive from his home in Export PA to Ocean County NJ. That is a very long drive on a motorcycle. When he arrived, instead of a real child, it was Dateline cameras and Chris Hansen waiting for him. Mr. Hansen confronted him with a print-out of his Megan's Law registry page. Todd was then taken into custody by officers from the Ocean County police department. He was sent back to prison in PA for violating his parole. In March of 2009 he pleaded guilty to attempted child endangerment, which is a felony, and was sentenced to five years in prison in NJ. He will also have to undergo sex offender treatment.

    Van de Camp, as always, did an excellent job on the phone verification in this case.

    This is our 419th conviction since June of 2004, our 115th conviction for 2009, and our 14th conviction in New Jersey thus far.