How-to Guide for Child Molestation Circulates in Florida

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Want to break into the pervert business but not really sure how to go about it?

Not to worry. A handy-dandy e-mail making the rounds in Orange County, Fla., offers a step-by-step guide to molesting children.

It's a virtual school for scumbags. All you need is a van and the morals of a fire ant.

Afraid of the police? Don't be. There's nothing they can do about it. The New York Daily News reports the 170-page manual isn't technically violating any laws.

"I've never seen anything like it," Det. Philip Graves of the Orange County Sheriff's Office tells WFTV, the ABC affiliate in Orlando. "It's not the first ... but this is by far the most extensive one I've seen. It describes to people how they can find victims in different locations: churches, schools, day care centers, family friends, any type of situation you can come across. It details how those offenders or those predators can prey on those children."According to the Daily News, police found out about the manual through a listserv created to target child molestation. It was passed to the police to help track down the author.

Even though creating the manual itself is not a crime, the newspaper reports the police still want to the track down the author -- the assumption being that anyone scummy enough to write out such instructions has probably put them into practice.

Related: Are Parents To Blame When A Kid Gets Molested?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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