25-year-old Max David Miller of Calgary…Alberta, Canada pleaded guilty to child luring on Canadian based social networking site Nexopia.
Now that makes it sound like that Miller ‘just’ asked underage girls on Nexopia to have sex with him but it goes way beyond that.
Miller solicited over 300 girls for sex or explicit images of themselves through both Nexopia and MSN Messenger. He would do this to girls ages 10 to 15. He told his victims that if they got pregnant by him he would either get them an abortion or take care of them. He also said that if one of the girls did have a baby through him that he would like to ‘play’ with the baby and then teach the child about sex himself.
He would also tell his victims that if they had boyfriends it wouldn’t be considered cheating since he would be technically raping them.
Miller also asked girls to find him other victims as young as 7-years-old.
This is one of those posts that I feel the need to take a shower after typing it.
The article states that Miller is looking at a lengthy sentence but if history is any indicator it won’t be as long as it should be.
And let’s not forget that 10-year-olds don’t need to be on any social networking sites.
UPDATE 11/20/2011: Prosecutors asked for a sentence of 10 to 12 years. Which means he’ll probably get about half that.