June 30, 2012 by Volamoot at Mashable!
A new site aims to deter crime by publicizing arrests.
Andrew Creed, 30, created BlabberMouthKC.com, where he posts the names, mug shots, and addresses of those arrested in Johnson County, Kan. after their release from jail.
For those who object to having their public record aggregated in such a way, Creed will remove the profiles from his site — for a fee. Anyone who pays the fee and is subsequently found innocent will be refunded the money. Unsurprisingly, the site has caused a backlash in Johnson County.
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