‘Disgusting’: Florida officials arrest author of pedophilia guide

WHO: Philip Ray Greaves II
WHAT: Florida officials filed an obscenity charge against the author of a self-published how-to guide for pedophiles. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said his office was able to arrest Greaves because he sold and mailed his book, “The Pedophile’s Guide to Love and Pleasure: a Child-lover’s Code of Conduct,” directly to undercover Polk deputies.
OUTRAGEOUS: “He very proudly sold us his personal copy,” Judd told The Associated Press. Judd said Greaves even signed the book. “I was outraged by the content,” the sheriff said. “It was clearly a manifesto on how to sexually batter children. You just can’t believe how absolutely disgusting it was.”

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