• Conviction - kool_biker80 - waukesha, Wisconsin

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 5/13/2005 1:17 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 8/10/2005 3:36 PM PST

    This one isn't like the rest of the convictions we've posted, but it deserves inclusion regardless. When someone is on probation, they are afforded something called a Revocation Hearing to ascertain instances of probation violations. That hearing is akin to a trial, with testimony and evidence provided. If found guilty, the person gets their probation yanked and they go back to jail.

    In Jared Leda's case, the chat-log he had with contributor Monterey Jack was the evidence for the Revocation Hearing. You see, Mr. Leda was on probation for armed robbery when he decided to chat up what he thought was a young child. Once the log was posted, Leda found the attention of the right person.

    Contributor Notes from Monterey Jack
    Jared Leda contacted me while I was in a Wisconsin room about 2 weeks before the Milwaukee GMB, he was very cautious about what he was doing. During the FU work on him, we discovered why. He is a convicted felon on probation until '09. Convicted of armed robbery. He was also an arrogant groomer. I was hoping to get him to show at the house for the media bust, he seemed too cautious for that, but whenever he saw me online, the IMs were instant and his intent was clear.

    We posted Jared on the front page, soon after that, Officer Julie of the Wisconsin Dept of Corrections, Jared's probation officer, got in touch with Xavier who forwarded the email to me. From that point on it was all Officer Julie who took Jared into custody and started the procedure for his revocation hearing.
    Great appreciation goes out to Officer Julie for doing so much to bring this case to its conclusion.

    As you will see, the ONLY evidence they had to put Jared away for about another 6 years, was the chat provided by Perverted-Justice.

    I want to thank all the people who helped, from the FU crew, Stormnut who verified, and Tyrone for pointing the new contributor (me) in the right direction. Great job everyone and thanks.

    This marks our 19th conviction since January 1st, 2005. Additionally this is our 26th conviction since June of 2004. We are currently one conviction away from hitting our goal for the entire year of 2005. Somehow, we think we'll make it. This is our second conviction/revocation in Wisconsin and one of the longest sentences anyone has yet received due to being posted on the website. Great work to Monterey Jack and Officer Julie for this fabulous end result.