10 Rules to keep you safe:
By Christopher R Rice
RULE #1.) If you're going get a prostitute/escort, go to a legit review site like The Erotic Review (TER) read reviews about the escort. If said escort has no reviews she might be law enforcement (LE). Read more:
Should We Trust Police Officers?
Are police officers allowed to lie to you? Yes the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can lie to the American people. Police officers are trained at lying, twisting words and being manipulative. Police officers and other law enforcement agents are very skilled at getting information from people. So don’t try to “out smart” a police officer and don’t try being a “smooth talker” because you will lose! If you can keep your mouth shut, you just might come out ahead more than you expected. Related article: 46,000+ American citizens are currently serving time for crimes that they did not commit
EDITORS NOTE: To all police (LE) priest (churches) and hypocrites (snitches): This is my mind and my body, not yours. I will get high and fornicate as much as I want. You should just go back to stuffing your stupid faces with doughnuts and leave the rest of us alone. Why don't you get a real job and stop sucking on the public tit? Try working for a living like the rest of us, you lazy worthless bastards!
More than 1.4 million murders, rapes, robberies and assaults are committed around the United States every year, or a violent crime every 22 seconds, the FBI says. Tell your reps to stop wasting tax dollars on entrapment stings. To call your Member of Congress: US Capitol Switchboard (202) 224-3121 To locate your Member on-line: U.S. House of Representatives: www.house.gov U.S. Senate: www.senate.gov
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What's wrong with prostitution stings?
By Christopher R Rice
Here's a recent sting published 7/2015:
From: Hartford Courant:
NY., MONROE — A year-long investigation into prostitution at a Monroe massage parlor led to the arrest of two New York women Wednesday, police said.
Lian Hua Song, 36, of Flushing, N.Y., was charged with prostitution and unlicensed practice of massage therapy, police said. A second woman, 50-year-old Jin Meilua, was charged with unlicensed practice of massage therapy.
Monroe police along with a statewide organized crime task force investigated the parlor, police said. Investigators during the investigation went undercover as costumers, according to police.
EDITORS NOTE: According to the police statement, not only were Monroe police officers involved but also an "organized crime task force". They spent twelve months "investigating" and "going undercover". They received massages and sexual services, to make two misdemeanor arrest. Only one of those for prostitution. No pimps, no underage girls, no coercion and no human trafficking.
As taxpayers we should be asking, how does it possibly take twelve months to uncover one prostitute at a massage parlor? How many massages and blow jobs did undercover officers receive to confirm that prostitution was actually taking place? And how many officers were involved? As taxpayers who are faced with robberies, burglaries, rapes and real crime every day, we have a right to know how much of our hard earned money was spent on this twelve month investigation to bust one girl without a massage license and another for prostitution?
How many real crimes go unsolved? If you believe that all of the money being spent on these ridiculous stings is a waste of time and money then say so. Contact your city council members, state legislators, attorney generals, and congress members and tell them to stop wasting your money on prostitution stings. And keep the sex cops out of our bedrooms.
STOP arresting consenting adults engaged in consensual behavior.
And while your at it stop voting for these law and order assholes. This country faces too many real problems to be wasting law enforcement resources on petty crimes / vices.
Here's another prostitution sting published 7/21/2015:
D.C. police said they have arrested 30 men in downtown prostitution stings.
On July 14, the first night of a prostitution enforcement operation in the 1000-1300 blocks of K Street Northwest, police arrested 10 men. Since then, they have arrested another 20 individuals in the downtown area, and the operations are slated to continue.
"The current enforcement efforts were focused on the 'customers' in reverse style operations," MPD First District Commander Jeff Brown said on a police forum. "These arrests have made a noticeable difference to the community and the enforcement efforts will continue."
Still, past reports have indicated that cracking down on prostitution in one area simply results in it shifting to another neighborhood.
D.C. Council member Jack Evans also proposed to again allow police to impound or boot cars used by johns. “We even had a catchy phrase," Evans told the Washington City Paper about the tactic he introduced in 1992. "'Honey, I lost the car.'”
EDITORS NOTE: In this sting the customers are arrested, their photos published in the media and if that wasn't bad enough for a misdemeanor offense, this crazy sheriff wants to impound the johns cars.
This sting made 30 arrest or rather, they wrote 30 tickets. But at what cost? How many officers were taken away from solving real crimes? How many man hours were spent on this sting op? And the end result? Again, there's no underage girls, no pimps, no coercion and no human trafficking. While the real working girls just moved over a block or two. What a waste of tax payer monies. It would be more efficient to just burn a pile of tax payer money.
Legalize prostitution and remove underage girls, pimps and gangs. The same way ending prohibition got the gangs out of moonshine. Get the sex cops out of our bedrooms.
Call your city council members and tell them, I will not vote for you if you authorize one more dime to be spent on prostitution stings.