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Daniel Thomas DePew is an American citizen who is in prison for sharing sexual fantasies. In Bound and Gagged: Pornography and the Politics of Fantasy in America Laura Kipnis presents an account of the first computer bulletin board entrapment case, in which Daniel Thomas DePew is convicted of conspiring to make a snuff film and sentenced to 33 years in prison, even though there was little evidence that his "plans" were anything other than kinky sexual fantasy.

"Daniel T. Depew, 28, was convicted in March by a federal jury in Alexandria of playing a leading role in a conspiracy to kidnap a boy off the streets and torture the child for as long as two weeks before suffocating him for a sex film. No child was ever targeted by the conspiracy."[1]





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