• Conviction - Socal128 - Tustin, California

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 6/17/2006 2:03 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 6/17/2006 4:54 PM PST

    Socal128 [1:45 P.M.]: if done alright doesnt hurt
    RiverRidzz13 [1:46 P.M.]: really?
    Socal128 [1:46 P.M.]: yes
    Socal128 [1:47 P.M.]: ther trick is to relax the musle first
    RiverRidzz13 [1:49 P.M.]: how u do that
    Socal128 [1:49 P.M.]: fingers, tongue, lots os massages, no rush
    RiverRidzz13 [1:50 P.M.]: wow
    RiverRidzz13 [1:50 P.M.]: see old guys know shyt
    Socal128 [1:51 P.M.]: the thrick is to bring the pleasure aout, not the pain
    RiverRidzz13 [1:51 P.M.]: u sound nice
    Socal128 [1:51 P.M.]: thanks
    Socal128 [1:51 P.M.]: would be cool to show u


    Roberto Forte hit up Jay Alternative and in less than 49 minutes, got to talking about sex and hit the road. Some people try to claim that chats should take place over months, as though there's something illegitimate in the eyes of the law if a predator is especially eager... fortunately, that's an opinion only held by the distinct few and not the Riverside judge that sentenced Forte in this case.

    Forte received 30 months in prison for arriving at the Dateline 3: Riverside bust house. He's the first Riverside predator to be sentenced and we're glad to see him go away for a nice while.

    Related media:
    Man caught in Dateline / Riverside County Sheriff's Department / Perverted Justice sting sentenced to prison - Riverside Report

    Excerpt: "Forte asked for leniency and probation, saying he had lost everything including his child and job.

    Judge Schwartz reminded Forte he had been caught at the Mira Loma home of the sting operation with beer, condoms and sexual lubricant to have sex with who he thought was a 13-year-old boy.
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    Notes from the Contributor, Jay Alternative
    Last night Mickey Finn called me to share the news that Roberto Forte was sentenced. When he told me the sentence, elated and excitement are two adjectives which permeated.

    Personally, I have always perceived California to fall more to the liberal side and did not expect such a verdict. As the first to be sentenced from our work with the Riverside Sheriffs Department, I hope this sets a strong precedent in the verdicts rendered on the remaining 50 individuals.

    This excerpt from The Press-Enterprise article sums it all up for me:

    "But Schwartz, noting that the 55-year-old man had previously been investigated for possession of child pornography and had arrived at the Mira Loma home in January carrying beer, lubricant and condoms for sex with what he believed to be a 13-year-old boy, said a harsher sentence was warranted."

    From my first day with PJ I have always held to the statement that technology has allowed individuals like Forte to enter our children's homes with no physical presence. We, as responsible adults, need to make a firm and strong stand that we will not tolerate using what should be an educational resource to lure our youth for perverse actions.

    My fullest gratitude and respect to the Honorable Judge Schwartz for making a similar statement by the sentence he handed down on Fortes case.


    This is our 63rd conviction since June of 2004 and our 23rd conviction for the year 2006 thus far. This is yet another conviction stemming from our work with Dateline NBC. It's a shining example that the men who arrive at bust houses to be arrested can and should be given stringent sentences. We're quite pleased with this result and would like to thank all involved, from the Riverside police to the DA to the judge in this case for their professional work and dedication to cleaning up their area.