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This time, a woman he met through Plentyof Fish accused him of raping her on their first date.
The claim put him in county jail without bail for two years; he was eventually acquitted after a weeklong jury trial.
Still, law enforcement officials raised his sex offender status to the state’s most dangerous category, Level III, deeming him highly likely to offend again.
By the time Plentyof Fish matched him with Deveau, Papamechail’s heightened status meant he would have already appeared on the state’s sex offender registry—something that Plentyof Fish didn’t check, the company confirms. They met in person; she went to his apartment twice.
The website is nearly 25 years old, making it the granddaddy of dating websites and a veritable dinosaur among younger platforms like Tinder and Bumble.
In a statement to Pro Publica, a Plentyof Fish spokesperson said the company "does not conduct criminal background or identity verification checks on its users or otherwise inquire into the background of its users."In 2014, Papamechail became familiar to sex crimes detectives again.
He claimed that the social networking site was necessary part of the marketing strategy for his web-design business.
Susan, 33, and Josh, 31, met in September 2013 when Josh worked a job that delivered beds to the Missouri hospital where Susan worked.
Match, as a paid site, has an easier time determining someone's real identity, because a credit card is attached to an account.
Increasingly, the digital space is getting as difficult to navigate for sex offenders as the real world can be given laws on where they can live.