Asked by: Anonymous
It’s perfectly legal- jail mugshots and arrest information are considered public information. It’s a snapshot in time. If any of the individuals choose to feel humiliated by what they’ve done then they likely should be. It isn’t the responsibility of myself or anybody else. That fact is not how the girls themselves feel about it, but how communities and everyday citizens feel about the crimes they have commited. Unfotunately crime affects everybody, criminals impose upon the rights of others and ultimately it must be remembered that they have broken the law. They have put people in danger. On this site we only post factual information. All of our information has been checked and was originally published by local law enforcement agencies. If any of the girls were to directly contact me and ask for removal of their post, then I would be more than happy to talk through it with them- but it must be remembered that this kind of information can be deleted from one site but not from the internet. There is no way to remove it completely once it has been put online. The site serves as a warning to other potential criminals- prehaps think about your actions and the consequences before violating the law. It’s a shame that such an awful lot of people with their life ahead of them have chosen such paths. Instead of venturing on a vendetta to stop public information being published why don’t you focus on the real problem at hand? The growing crime rate in America. In the words of Shakespeare- “No one loves the messenger who brings bad news”.