WHAT?!? VA Police Plan “Forced Arousal” Of Teen Sexting Violator To Compare Pics Of His Peen For Investigation

- By Bossip Staff

This CAN’T be legal….

Virgina Police Plan Forced Arousal Of Teen Sexting Suspect

We’ve all heard of extreme measures that PIGS have gone to to get what they need in a police investigation, but this latest proposition from the VA police just might take the cake.

via Think Progress

A 17 year-old Virginia teenager who is under investigation for sending a consensual sext to his 15-year-old girlfriend may be forced to have an erection in front of police as evidence in the case.

The boy, who the Washington Post will not identify for privacy reasons, is being charged with two felonies — one for possession of child p**n*graphy (sexts from his girlfriend) and one for manufacturing child p**n*graphy (taking video of himself). He faces time in prison, as well as permanent placement on the sex offender registry.

Police have already taken photos of the boy’s genitals as a part of their investigation, his lawyer told the Post. But they want to bring the teen to the hospital and inject him with something that will force an erection, to compare his erect penis to that in the video found on his phone.

University of Pennsylvania law professor David Rudovsky, who specializes in invasions of privacy by police, doubts that there is legal standing for police to pursue such measures.

“In my view, it’s not [a legal search] for this reason: Normally the police can get a warrant to conduct a search if they have probable cause that it will find evidence they can use in criminal trial,” Rudovsky said. “What the courts have said in a number of situations is that even if there’s some cause to believe that the procedure might lead them to evidence, where it involves a serious intrusion of personal dignity and privacy, you have to balance that with the nature of the intrusion.”

Shortly after this story went viral and was met with rightful public outrage, Virginia police confirmed that they will no longer pursue this “forced arousal” for investigative purposes.

Do you think the police should have been able to proceed with this plan?

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