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But in this case, Sepic said, a self-reported age on an online forum should be suspect.“She apparently lied in an online profile, and if that isn’t suspicious all by itself, I don’t know what is,” said Sepic.
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As it turned out, she was 14 Judge: Now, Judge Wiley (seen on Wednesday) has agreed to a request from Zach - who was released from a county jail in Michigan in June - to be resentenced in the case, which has sparked debate across America He added: 'I don't certainly speak for the public in general, but the comments I've read nationally think that his whole life shouldn't be ruined by his decision to go on a date and obviously have sexual relations with that person, especially when that person in all honesty misrepresented their true age.' Release: Zach Anderson is pictured being released from a county jail - St.
Joseph, Michigan, last month after serving a 90-day term for having sex with the 14-year-old girl.
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He was joined by his parents, Les and Amanda Strict probation terms: The 19 year old (pictured with his parents prior to his imprisonment) is now banned from owning a smart phone or using the web for the next five years, and can't talk to people aged under 17The mother told the judge: 'I don’t want him to be a sex offender because he really is not and I know that there’s an age difference and I realize that (name deleted) was inappropriate that night, we didn’t know.'The page description reads: 'Even when "the victim" (who lied about her age on social dating site) testified and pleaded for the charges to be dropped, or at least consequences be at a minimal, the judge threw the book at this 19 yr. He met all the qualifications for HYTA which would have saved him from having to register on Sex Offender List.' Family man: Zach's parents, Les and Amanda Anderson, have launched a very public battle to have their son's 'cruel' punishment overturned in court.