http://www.facebook.com/angel.morales.16144 REPORT THIS MAN.
He has used MY public library card for suspicious Facebook activity in which he chats with underaged girls on Facebook and tries to persuade them to do things. One girl he was chatting with actually called him desconfiado, which in English means suspicious, suspect, or wrong. I am not totally sure but I think this man may have asked these girls to do things for money or asked them for funding of some kind, because he was begging these girls for something for free. I witnessed myself his conversations between five different girls. He started the conversations all in the same manner, calling them amor, or love, and asking for things. Mind you, these girls are about 14-25, and he always seems to be talking to ones who have a more revealing photo as their profile picture. Since this man first asked me for my library card, I have seen him do this twice. He does not have a library card but somehow finds a way onto the public library computers and uses the full two hours to go on Facebook and seduce these girls. This man is about 50-60 years old. if you don’t believe me, look at his profile for yourself. Something just seems off about him, and I am going with my gut that this man is not to be trusted. Now, before you ignore this message, please keep in mind that I allowed this man to use my library card the first time because he said his was expired and I believed him. Now I know that he just lurks around the public library by my house waiting to pounce and it disturbs my study time. I am surprised he hasn’t gotten in trouble for something like this already. I mean, after all, you can get a guest pass, and it’s the same thing, you just have to sign in. So, wouldn’t somebody who was just using Facebook to randomly chat sign in without a second thought? I already checked, and the public library computers here do not log your activity, only others beside you can see what you are doing. Otherwise, I would have been able to print out a log of my computer activity at the library (as most of my activity consists of job applications anyway) and show it to law enforcement. Please repost this in an effort to help these young women.