Time: Wed Dec 10 13:01:51 1997
To: Walter Kenaston <kenaston@digital.net>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Missing children
Bcc: sls

My 18 U.S.C. 2424 does not have the same
language in the last few lines.  See 
West Publishing Company's edition of 
the U.S.C.

Can you double-check against the Cornell
version of the U.S.C. on the Internet?


/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 12:51 PM 12/10/97 -0800, you wrote:
>   I have not been subscribing to SNETNEWS lately because of lack
>of time, but did a week ago to "check-in", and I turned it off atfer
>a day and a half becuase of the volume.  But, I saw your message on
>missing children in Denver.
>   Have you seen 18 USC 2424 (under White Slave Traffic)?  You might
>be interested to know that "no person shall be prosecuted or
>subjected to any penalty of forfeiture under any law of the United
>States for or on account of any transaction, matter, or thing,
>concerning which he may truthfully report is such statement",
>regarding a required statement to be filed to the Commissioner of
>Immigration and Naturalization; the quoted words are the last few
>lines of 18 USC 2424.
>   I wonder if a FOIA request is appropriate?  I hope this is of some
>help to your efforts.

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