A cop who convinced a judge to let him take photos of a year-old boy's erect penis has killed himself after being accused of having an "inappropriate relationship" with another underage teen. David Edward Abbott, a member of a Crimes Against Children taskforce, obtained a warrant to "inject a young boy with a drug that would cause an erection" after the teen sent a dick pic to his year-old girlfriend. The ostensible plan: to match one pic to the other to prove they were the same penis. Amid a public outcry, the Manassas City police eventually decided against doing that.
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The case illustrates a bizarre situation in which Eric Gray is both the perpetrator and the victim of the crime. Under state law, Gray could face up to 10 years in prison for the conviction. On appeal, Gray's attorneys had argued that the language of the law was ambiguous—lawmakers did not anticipate a situation like this—and that the law was potentially in violation of the state and the federal constitutions. The court, in a ruling, disagreed. The majority opinion issued Thursday drew a distinction between this case and situations where teens are busted for consensually sexting one another—as Ars reported in
Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. The investigator took pictures of the teen's penis All as part of a sexting investigation. And one of the things that's really crazy is that the detective at the center of this lawsuit was later accused of sexually abusing teens himself -- and committed suicide. The teen is too embarrassed and humiliated to talk about this new federal lawsuit, which alleges the officer and prosecutor went way too far and violated his civil rights. But his lawyer had plenty to say.