The RHATT Pack Watch
Today is Tuesday, September 11th, Day 139 of the Rhatt Pack Watch. The rumor mill has been running rampant since the Ratt’s Lair was invaded. Now what someone does in the privacy of their Lair, including the Ratt, is up to that individual provided it’s not illicit.
Then again, thee are grey and cross-over areas of the law. For instance, insiders suggest, with today’s technology, routine video recording of any activity is extremely easy to undertake, transmit and store. Most often that would be a legal activity.
However, there are recording activities that could violate one’s expectation of privacy, even in a Lair. And, if the rumor mills are remotely correct concerning activities at the Ratt’s Lair, thre may be some serious violations of 2018 Florida Statute, Title LVI – Crimes, Chapter 810 – Burglary and Trespass, Section 810.145 – Video Voyeurism. These violations would most likely be treated as felonies of the second degree, punishable by up to fifteen years in prison for each offense. If as it would appear, there were multiple offenses that could mean a very long time, even life in prison for the Ratt, who would be responsible for these offenses.
Considering the concern exhibited in recent days by many of the “Cousins” and the scrambling that is ongoing, it would appear that highly compromising pictures and videos of several prominent “Cousins”, who may or may not have granted permission for video recordings and underage “Fondlings” were at the Lair and were taken during the burglary. If these materials end up in the hands of law enforcement, a meaningful investigation is conducted, and the Ratt is taken off the street. That would bee a good thing for White Springs.
If White Springs’ youth were involved in sexually explicit videos, that’s child sexual abuse. Accordingly the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Children’s Bureau; Child Maltreatment Survey, 2013 (2014) between 2009 and 2013, Child Protective Services Agencies substantiated, or found strong evidence to indicate that 63,000 children a year were victims of sexual abuse. That corresponds to one case (maybe multiple children) every 8 minutes, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, every week of the year.
About one third of victims were under age 12, while the other two thirds were between 12 and 17. Both sexes were abused, although girls are more likely to be sexually assaulted than boys. The effects of child sexual abuse can be long-lasting and affect the victim’s mental health throughout their life. Victims are more likely than non-victims to experience the following mental health challenges. About 4 times more likely to develop symptoms of drug abuse, about 4 times more likely to experience PTSD as adults, and about 3 times more likely to experience a major depressive episode as adults to mention a few. You can receive help through the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800) 655-HOPE.
It’s time to clean house in White Springs! It’s a good bet the stolen matgerials will find its way to the FBI. “Cousins” if you’re at risk, It’s a good bet you’ll fare better if you get there first. And for the “Non-Cousins”, if you’ve been sitting on evidence that could help with a comprehensive investigation, stop holding on to it. Jump in your vehicle and mossy on over to Jacksonville and have a chat with the FBI Agent in Charge, Charles Spencer. Call ahead at (904) 248-7000. He’s interested in your story and the information you can bring with you. And if you happen to be the one holding the Ratt’s illicit materials, discuss the kind of deal that would make you happy. Special Agent Spencer is the one who can help.
Never consent to a video with or by the Ratt. It’s Day 139 and Red-face Ratt hasn’t resigned yet. The Rhatt Pack Watch continues!