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Court to Cops: Forcing a Teenager to Masturbate in Front of You Is Not Reasonable

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Hit and Run Reason

Manassas Police Department”A reasonable police officer would have known that attempting to obtain a photograph of a minor child’s erect penis, by ordering the child to masturbate in the presence of others, would unlawfully invade the child’s right of privacy under the Fourth Amendment,” the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit declares in a decision it issued on Tuesday. It is hard to argue with that conclusion (although a dissenting judge did). It is even harder to imagine the circumstances that made it necessary.

As Robby Soave noted at the time, the story started with a video that Trey Sims, a 17-year-old Virginia boy, sent to his 15-year-old girlfriend in 2014. According to David E. Abbott, the Manassas detective who handled the case, the video showed Sims “fondling his erect penis,” making Sims guilty of producing child pornography, an offense in which he was both victim and perpetrator.

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