Youtube prankster is facing serious jailtime

Friday, February 18, 2011


21-year-old Michigan resident Evan Emory faces 20 years in jail for "manufacturing child sexual abusive material". What he did: he tricked representatives of an elementary school to let him film himself performing a song on his guitar in front of their 1st-graders and then he re-edited the video as if he was singing sexually explicit lyrics and posted it to Youtube.

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9 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Fucking idiots!! what is the big deal?? there is a lot o shit on the internet, the kids shouldn't watch it!! There are criminals free on the streets and they are putting this kid to 20 years jail time for a stupid video on youtube? incredible stupid authorities!

Anonymous said...

This is fucking rediculous.

Anonymous said...

Whoever sued this guy is a pathetic moron.

Anonymous said...

He isn't being sued, Anon, he has been indicted. It's a criminal trial.

Anonymous said...

To me the issue is he shouldn't be filming people's children without them knowing it. Does he deserve 20 years? No. But he did mess up. I wouldn't want my kid on youtube at all, let alone attached to something lewd. Dumb.

Anonymous said...

He isn't being sued...yet, you should say. Some civil suits will probably come of it.

Anonymous said...

Anon #5 clearly can't fucking read. He was given the go ahead to film by the school.

Anonymous said...

This is a statement of whats wrong in this world.

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure Dave Chappelle did that with his crack-smoker school visit routine ...

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