• Conviction - daniel_pulido78 - Riverside, California

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 10/24/2009 5:02 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 10/24/2009 5:02 PM PST

    daniel_pulido78 (5:44:17 PM): so u home alone
    q_tiepii (5:44:23 PM): ya
    daniel_pulido78 (5:44:35 PM): nice
    q_tiepii (5:44:43 PM): ya but im bored
    q_tiepii (5:44:44 PM): lol
    daniel_pulido78 (5:44:55 PM): so u like my cock sami
    daniel_pulido78 (5:45:02 PM): lets talk on the phone
    q_tiepii (5:45:15 PM): i dont do phone sex
    q_tiepii (5:45:17 PM): lol
    daniel_pulido78 (5:45:31 PM): just talk
    daniel_pulido78 (5:46:33 PM): u want to see my cum
    daniel_pulido78 (5:48:17 PM): u there
    q_tiepii (5:48:23 PM): ya
    daniel_pulido78 (5:49:07 PM): what r u doing sami
    q_tiepii (5:49:25 PM): nuthin
    q_tiepii (5:49:29 PM): just watchin u
    daniel_pulido78 (5:49:41 PM): ok
    daniel_pulido78 (5:49:53 PM): u want to see my cum
    Yes, Mr. One Track Predator Mind, that is every child's dream, you should keep asking it over and over.

    Daniel Pulido was one of the 50+ predators arrested over a three day weekend in Riverside, California in January, 2006. As with several of the cases there, his case took forever to work its way through the system (many continue to this day), but unsurprisingly, he was convicted. He received 180 days in Jail, three years probation, a bevy of fines, registration as a sex offender, and a long list of restrictions to keep him away from minors.

    Contributor notes from Chandra Chai
    Daniel was what we call a fast mover. We chatted only about an hour until he left to come to the house. A big thank you to Red Baroness for keeping me calm as he was (and still is) the fastest mover I have ever chatted with.

    It really is frightening to see how quickly some of these men jump at the opportunity to molest a child. I'm very grateful for the opportunity to stop them when I can.

    This is our 335th conviction since June of 2004, our 32nd conviction for 2009, and our 96th conviction in California thus far.