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Child Porn Accessed At Orland Park Public Library, Staff Doesn’t Believe Witnesses

Not even child pornography moves the Orland Park Public Library to notify authorities.

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Megan Fox

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November 1, 2013 - 1:54 pm

 

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This installment is part of an ongoing investigation into the Orland Park Public Library in Illinois and the availability of pornography with the consent of library policy. The investigation headed up by writers and Illinois residents Megan Fox and Kevin DuJan has found dangers to women and children posed by the people who access pornographic sites in public. We intend to demonstrate by example how to identify, target and change problems in your community and show what two people with a tireless attitude can accomplish against even the most entrenched government entities.

Part 1: Staff Response to Sex Crime Reported at Orland Park Public Library: ‘He Doesn’t Mean Anything’ 

Part 2: After She Reports Public Masturbation, Library Staff Moves Woman to Different Computer

Part 3: Full Exposure and Public Masturbation? Librarian Warns Don’t Do That Again

Part 4: Teen Touches Himself in Front of Child and Library Director Does Nothing

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march 10 2011 2march 10 2011 3Why does the staff under the directorship of Mary Weimar have to be “re-reminded” to call the police when a felony is reported? Why does any person need to be told even one time to report someone accessing child pornography? Is it the staff’s job to second guess a witness report based on their opinions that a person would never access child porn on a computer so easily seen? Might a person dare to do such a thing because a pervasive pattern exists at the Orland Park Public Library where nothing is done when patrons access pornography and even commit sex acts in the library? Might Orland Park Public Library have a reputation for being a place where all manner of unsavory things are tolerated?

Based on the facts presented in the documents released for public scrutiny, do the people of Orland Park, Illinois still have confidence in the directorship of Mary Weimar and the Library Board of Directors?

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Megan Fox is a homeschooling mom to her two girls ages 8 and 5 with a little boy on the way this summer and happy wife to her husband of fourteen years. She writes, gardens, composes conservative folk music and enjoys angering "faux feminists" as often as possible. www.Facebook.com/MeganFoxWriter

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Next time, call 911 yourself, and you make the charge. Why would you require a third party to do that?

If the librarian appears to be abetting the crime, then the librarian is also liable as an accessory.

Even if the creature (librarian) dodges that bullet, the bullet is fired at them nonetheless. Maybe next time, a sense of self preservation will overcome the stupid.

Remember, hit back twice as hard.
38 weeks ago
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Is there no one else in Orland Park who is outraged? Where are they? more importantly, if they aren't upset, why aren't they? Is this now considered normal behavior for Chicagoland residents?
38 weeks ago
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The headline is false.
38 weeks ago
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There's more to the story. The library destroyed computer records. Why? The American Library Association advises libraries to destroy records, that's why. The destruction of the records usually stops law enforcement cold, and that was the purpose for the American Library Association's diktat. The library and the police work for the same municipality, the same citizenry. There is no reason for the library to be destroying records police can use to investigate and prevent crime. Is that something the law that created the library allowed the library to do, to thwart the police, to destroy municipal records? As a public record, computer data should not be destroyed, let alone being destroyed because the American Library Association tells libraries to delete records. If the next patron came along, he could view the Internet history, a public record the library is later destroying. And to the extent library confidentiality laws exist, why do they exist, who wrote them, who passed them, is this another American Library Association push or an Illinois Library Association fronted push, is this a good law for Illinois when it prevents police from investigating serious crime? Can what you uncovered be used to amend to strike all or portions of any confidentiality act? It is also relevant that the IT folks could peek in on the computer screen, if I understood that right, so the data is available before it is destroyed intentionally. And when the data is destroyed, who does it thwart? Does any patron even look at or ask for Internet histories of computers? No. Librarians? No. The data destruction is designed solely for the purpose of thwarting police. Oh there's so much more to this, this excellent information you have uncovered; what I have said is just off the top of my head. And I have no doubt that your effort to expose these criminal activities and the accessories after the fact will result in libraries simply stopping the creation of records like these you have uncovered.
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God I hope not! There's so much that needs to be changed. Aren't there laws about how long records must be kept? Why doesn't that relate to computer records? Router logs? This is so disturbing. The whole thing is so upsetting.
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