It looks like he can't own a computer anymore. I wonder if that includes a XBox? He won't be playing much Xbox games while staying at this luxery resort hotel in Flint Michigan.
I heard something the other day that made me think that he is now a trustee and works in the kitchen. What I heard was that he is tossing everyones salads. Man gets year in jail for trying to set up sex swap with man and their sons
THE FLINT JOURNAL FIRST EDITION
Friday, August 13, 2004 By Paul Janczewski
A Grand Blanc man who used the Internet with a Midland man in an unsuccessful attempt to have sex with each other's sons was sentenced to jail and probation.
Michael J. Jackson's defense attorney characterized the communications as "conversations that got carried away."
But Genesee Circuit Judge Archie L. Hayman said those thoughts were put on a computer and sent back and forth between the two, and talking about it "is enough to send you to prison for the rest of your life."
Hayman sentenced Jackson, 25, to 1 year in the Genesee County Jail and 5 years' probation.
Hayman also told Jackson that he is to have no contact with children under age 16, and he must attend sex offender treatment and stay 500 feet away from parks, schools and other places where children congregate.
Hayman told Jackson that the only reason he escaped a lengthy prison sentence was because he would honor a sentence agreement struck by prosecutors and Jackson's attorney.
Attorney Frank J. Manley, who represented Jackson, told Hayman that his client and another man shared "thoughts" of exchanging their sons for sex, but did not act upon them.
"He's lost everything," Manley told Hayman. "His job, his reputation and his children. He's paid a tremendous price."
Jackson apologized for his actions.
"I'm sorry for what I got involved in and what I put my family through," he said.
Jackson, who was working at a Flint law firm when the correspondence began Oct. 6, also lost his ability to use, own or work on a computer. He also was a computer repairman.
Jackson's sentence came after a no-contest plea to using a computer and the Internet with another to commit a crime, a 20-year felony.
In exchange for the plea, prosecutors dismissed two counts of possessing sexually abusive material involving children, both 4-year felonies.
Manley said the plea deal was struck to protect Jackson's family.
As part of the deal, Jackson also was required to release all parental rights to his two sons, ages 2 and 4.
Jackson, who used the screen name Johnpeekethedrunk during his sexual explorations on the Internet, was among nine Michigan men targeted in a child pornography ring last year.
In an earlier hearing, witnesses said Jackson and Brian S. Urbanawiz, 30, of Midland spent nearly three weeks online trying to arrange a meeting where they could have sex with each other's sons.
Jackson, Urbanawiz and Guy R. Lendrum, 32, of Independence Township were all busted and charged with various crimes relating to child porn after officials probed computers and discovered a link.
Officials believe the three men were part of a network of adults in Michigan, at least five other states and one other country, who preyed on children and exchanged child porn.