The cameraman zooms in past the cop to the patio area beyond, to a lattice of firewood and the blur of something green. While the shot of this particular wheelbarrow is superfluous to the television program being filmed here today and will be edited out along with most of the rest of this raw footage, there happens to be a story about the man inside the house in which a wheelbarrow plays a much more prominent role.The story begins more than two decades ago, at a party in another house not far from this one.A cop guards the open gateway that leads from the house's driveway to the side yard, in case the man inside attempts to flee.At first the camera is static and the shot is simple: the cop, the gateway, vertical red fence planks, a right foreground portion of green bush.After a few minutes of this, the cameraman starts playing with the composition.The screen fills almost entirely with the bush, and then the view pans left from the bush to the cop, who is big and bald and has three upside-down blue V's -- sergeant stripes -- on the sleeve of his shirt. A green wheelbarrow leaning belly-exposed against a red wall.Eventually, the man is invited over to the wired house for a liaison.
Before the unexpected series of events that began yesterday afternoon, for example, Hansen had no intention of ever being here, outside this house, waiting for a SWAT team on an overcast Sunday afternoon.
In reality, the home he was in was not empty at all. At the moment, it contained almost two dozen people.
There were cameramen and technicians and producers from .
So though he had known that he was auditioning for pays a consulting fee, pose in online chat rooms as underage teens living in that small town.
If an adult man starts hitting on one of these fake kids, the Perverted Justice decoys save the transcripts of his chats.