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  1. #20832

    Teacher, professor, pilot, 161 arrested Ohio's largest ever human trafficking sting

    Looks like states are stepping up on sex stings recently:

    https://www.wlwt.com/article/ohio-ag...sting/37849346

    WLWT Updated: 12:39 PM EDT Oct 4, 2021 Infinite Scroll Enabled COLUMBUS, Ohio .

    Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced Monday that 161 men were arrested and 51 potential human trafficking victims were helped as part of a statewide anti-human trafficking operation.

    The anti-human trafficking sting titled "Ohio Knows" took place over the course of a week, resulting in the arrest of 161 men who solicited sex, three of whom were trying to solicit sex from a minor, Yost said.

    It was the largest sting in the history of Ohio to date.

    "People who traffic other humans are doing it for a really simple reason money. And if there's no demand then there will be no market," Yost said Monday morning during a press conference at the Statehouse. "Reducing the demand means we reduce the number of people who are victimized by human trafficking.

    More than 90 law enforcement agencies participated in the operation, including federal, state and local law enforcement officers and social service partners.

    Among those arrested were a teacher, a professor, a firefighter, a pilot, municipal employees and a city councilman.

    A simultaneous operation carried out by the USA Marshals Service recovered 10 missing children.

    According to Summit County Sheriff Kandy Fatheree, 158 were arrested for seeking to solicit sex, three were arrested for internet crimes against children and 10 missing children were recovered.

    "This is not just something that happens down in the hood in the city, it's in every county in every town in Ohio, poor neighborhoods, rich neighborhoods, educated, uneducated, Black, white, it doesn't matter, it happens everywhere and that's why this fight is so important. And that's why I won't rest until no one in Ohio buys or sells human beings," Yost said during the news conference.

  2. #20831

    Learn from Mayor Filner and Weinstein and so many others. USA is a sex prison

    In the US corporate world there are way too much risks in working with women. Everything you do can be misinterpreted as sexual harassment. Bill Gates is now accused of harassing his employees.

    Goingyourownway site has some serious discussions. Thanks for introducing it.

  3. #20830

    No FMM

    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo1969  [View Original Post]
    ... $30 FMM ...
    I walked in at San Ysidro 3 weeks ago and they barely glanced at my passport before waving me through. YMMV.

    And, of course, there's never any FMM issue when I drive in.

  4. #20829

    Pastor, teacher among 125 arrested in Tampa's sting

    These guys are foolish to flirt with the laws:

    https://www.mysuncoast.com/2021/10/1...mong-suspects/

    Tampa, Fla. (WWSB) - Officials in Hillsborough County have announced a human trafficking sting operation that resulted in the arrest of 125 individuals.

    Sheriff Chad Chronister held a press conference Monday on Operation Round-Up. Undercover detectives were also able to free four individuals, including a 17-year-old girl. A teacher and pastor were among the suspects, Chronister reported.

    Joel Velasco, who was an employee of Hillsborough County Schools, was charged with soliciting another to commit prostitution.

    Deputies worked 20 days on the sting and say some of the suspects believed they were messaging minors, sending explicit texts. You can watch the entire press conference below.

  5. #20828
    Turgid,

    In most prostitution stings you would read dozens of Johns' names but never the pimp or traffickers. I don't think they could ever get near the pimps. I am guessing most arrested hookers, or trafficked "victims" would return to hooking and their pimps, so they don't rat them out.

    If prostitution is decriminalized then hookers won't need pimps so there will be no trafficking problems to solve. By criminalizing it the women have to work underground and need pimps for support.

  6. #20827
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    .....Prosecution of prostitution-related vices are even fiercer now with emphases on human trafficking....
    Yet the nasty scum that are the human traffickers are never arrested. Is this deliberate?

  7. #20826
    Women's happiness is to send their spouses to hell and keep them their forever.

    A divorce attorney friend said in every case, the women will accuse their husband of sexually abusing their children just to hurt them. Some of these women are educated, responsible professional, but when they get angry, they would do anything regardless how ugly, stupid or ugly.

    In most cases, continued fights by divorces couples end up selling off most of their assets to pay the attorneys.

  8. #20825

    Learn from Mayor Filner and Weinstein and so many others. USA is a sex prison

    So many politicians and others have been burned with sexual harassment charges, Metooed, rape claims etc. Bill Clinton got burned, as did Mayor Filner of San Diego, Weinstein and many others years later like Bill Cosby. Most of their problems could have been avoided by partying with women outside the USA or feminist countries like Sweden or Australia. After the feminist Metoo movement, guys in the USA are starting to realize that American women are very risky to be around. Check out www dot goingyourownway dot com forum lounge for the latest advice for avoiding divorce, sex harassment claims, feminists, alimony etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    Rambo,

    These are words of the wise.

    If the bros pursue any illegal activities involving prostitution in major metropolitan areas, like street hookers. Massage parlors or web sites escorts, eventually they will be caught in police stings.

    About early 2000's, a guy I know worked in managerial level at a Fortune 50 industrial company in LA, employing tens of thousands workers. On Friday paydays street hookers would line the major streets around the factories in that blighted industrial area, not residential, at lunch time and into the night. The guy went out to lunch and spotted a slutty-looking young girl hanging out near a motel. He stopped the car to offer her a "ride" and was quickly surrounded, man handled, cuffed up in a police van with a dozen other workers, a few even knew him at work..

  9. #20824

    Mongering Credit Card

    Mongering is such a large hobby of many I think some bank should offer a Mongering credit card. Instead of cash back perhaps a blow job or free massage with a happy ending once in a while. Should be able to find a bank in Thailand to make this happen.

    G.

  10. #20823

    Pursuits of happiness. Not in the USA

    Rambo,

    These are words of the wise.

    If the bros pursue any illegal activities involving prostitution in major metropolitan areas, like street hookers. Massage parlors or web sites escorts, eventually they will be caught in police stings.

    About early 2000's, a guy I know worked in managerial level at a Fortune 50 industrial company in LA, employing tens of thousands workers. On Friday paydays street hookers would line the major streets around the factories in that blighted industrial area, not residential, at lunch time and into the night. The guy went out to lunch and spotted a slutty-looking young girl hanging out near a motel. He stopped the car to offer her a "ride" and was quickly surrounded, man handled, cuffed up in a police van with a dozen other workers, a few even knew him at work.

    The local police did not have evidence that he actually offered money for sex or took aany furtherance act for prostitution but they arrested and booked him anyway. Local paper published names and booking pictures of arrestees the same week and most people at work quickly knew about his arrest, of course his wife quickly heard about it. He was shamed, had to quit his high-paying job. Peer pressure pushed his wife to divorce him, lost his home, his children no longer looked him in the face. He had to hire a high-powered and highly respected attorney, who was a respected local pro-temp judge, to fight the charge. There was a lot of legal wrangling, bluffs and threats, between the defense attorney and the city attorney of that small blighted city, who normally would only prosecute $50 parking and $500 speeding tickets in court, but he had some help from the county the. A. office. The case dragged out for over a year until the city attorney decided to drop the case. He cleared his name but by then had run up about $20 K in attorney's fees, lost his job and his family.

    He spent a few more thousands for the attorney to expunge his name from the records of that municipal court, but when he traveled on business by himself and tried to enter Canada by air, the Canadian Immigration was suspicious of single male travelers, pulled up his arrest records, and based on information on that prostitution case deemed him a sex tourist, denied him entry into Canada. He was totally fucked.

    After losing his job and the divorce, he was in Las Vegas for some R&R, found a nice, clean middle-aged woman in front of a late night coffee shop near downtown and started talking. She suggested partying in the motel nearby. He followed her to her room and was quickly cuffed by half dozen cops waiting inside. He was an intelligent and educated guy, but the allure of pumping hot, wet pussies can sometimes cloud a man's judgment and prudence. Attorneys in LV wanted thousands $ to defend the case but he found a discount firm that charged only $1 K to plead down to a jay walking charge. However, the circumstances of his arrest remain in court records. It's scary how LEs, Immigration, FBI, HSI can pull up arrest records and court information decades old with all the juicy details. Damn.

    I used to go out to lunch and dinner with him in strip bars near LAX, where he was a broken man, drinking all night, pouring his guts out that a small indiscretion avalanched into events that completely destroyed everything in his life. It's a very sad story of the complete destruction of a man and his family by LE and the municipal legal system which I would not want to see happen to anyone else.

    Prosecution of prostitution-related vices are even fiercer now with emphases on human trafficking. Be careful and try to stay well away from any acts even only fringing the laws. Lots of hungry attorneys on government payrolls would love to take you on for righteous causes and over time pay.

  11. #20822

    Are they still charging $30 FMM for pedestrian crossing or is it back to normal

    When I visited in July they tried to hit me up for $30 FMM.

    I bribed the guy $20 for 1 time visit thinking Covid will soon be over.

    For those who crossed by foot recently are they still hitting you up for the $30 FMM fee or is it back to normal with free forms that you just fill out?

    Before people reply with why I care about just $30 . I am cheap & it is the principal of it and I am just trying to gather intel before I visit near end of October so that I can be prepared.

  12. #20821
    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    I lived in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1990's. Market Street Cinema was a legendary place (strip show, lap dances, wall dances and more behind the stage). Also there were famous Asian massage salons offering everything. Everything was closed. I have nothing against gays and lesbians but they have it all in San Francisco: gay clubs, big gay parade, gay porn movie festival etc. If you're straight in SF you're a second class citizen for paying for sex you will be arrested and sent to a so-called "John school" for the re-education course. (but not free, fee various from $ 400 to $ 1500 per course). You're right it's illegal that prostitution is illegal. Around 1914, prostitution became illegal in the state of California without any state referendum, and it was the decision of the then governor under pressure from women who had just been given the right to vote and to moral and religious organizations.
    So true Rambo. Isn't it funny. Its not pursuit of our happiness its pursuit of their version of happiness.

    G.

  13. #20820
    Quote Originally Posted by ClownDays  [View Original Post]
    I don't want to presume anything about the girl, but I have plenty of family in Mexico, and the boyfriends were never expected to help the girlfriends family financially when things got bad. They are expected to provide for her once your marry her, and possibly help the family, but you're not there.

    I will say this, her family might not actually put 2-and-2 together about her work, because it's the idealized dream of every Mexican mother that her daughter finds herself a rich guy to look after her daughter, and that might be the line she feeds when about why she goes to work at the border, in hopes of finding a solid middle-to-upper-class Norteo. Her family might intentionally have blinders on.

    Some Mexican families do put pressure on their Children to help them with money, even if they're grown ass adults not living at home, and if she's been lying about where the money comes from, she may have worked herself into a bind. I have a buddy who's mom just paid $60 k cash for a piece of land in a gated Colonia, and when I asked him where the hell she (who doesn't work) got that kind of money, he said it was from her savings of the money each of the grown kids give her each month. Family financial situations that come up are expected to be solved, whenever possible within the family- like they all pull together to figure it out. That's the cultural part. Hitting up the boyfriends for money is outside of that, unless you've made her think you've got plenty of disposable cash, and are willing to help her out with whatever she needs.

    Sorry to hear the last night was rough, but the "I need to send money back home and I'm short, can you help me out?" conversations are probably not going to stop.
    Very well said. Only serious low-life moochers will hit up a girl's "rich" boyfriend / husband for money. In the roughly 10 years I've known my main squeeze I've only been asked to contribute twice, as far as I can remember. Once was to chip in to help buy some medical supplies for mom, who had just had a hip replacement. A toilet seat extension, a walker, etc. And once, some cousin apparently pissed of some local narco and the cousin disappeared. They found his body several days later and I contributed a few bux to help bury the poor kid. I had a Thai "sister" for a number of years. She explained a lot about "normal" Thai families. (I find Thai culture has many parallels to Mexican culture) Families take care of financial emergencies within themselves. It would have to be something extremely dire, life and death, for them to ask a daughter's BF for money. My long-time Thai ex-GF said similar. If Somchai came sniffing around for money, she *might* consent to lend him a few baht with the proviso he pay it back. Should he not, there would not be another baht forthcoming. In other words, ClownDays is right. A "decent" family will not treat a daughter's BF as some sort of walking ATF. If that were to happen, the thing to do is to head for the nearest exit.

  14. #20819
    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo1969  [View Original Post]
    USA constitution says we are entitle to "pursuit of happiness" - but the religious assholes make prostitution illegal.

    Not only is prostitution illegal in San Francisco but the police actually set up stings to lure men and arrest them. I know of close friends who got nabbed by this.

    Some men should have the balls to sue prostitution laws as unconstitutional. Elliott Spitzer should do it.
    If you think that religious people in San Francisco are behind this, well, as mom used to say, you've got another think coming!

  15. #20818

    Yep!

    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    I lived in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1990's. Market Street Cinema was a legendary place (strip show, lap dances, wall dances and more behind the stage). Also there were famous Asian massage salons offering everything. Everything was closed. I have nothing against gays and lesbians but they have it all in San Francisco: gay clubs, big gay parade, gay porn movie festival etc. If you're straight in SF you're a second class citizen for paying for sex you will be arrested and sent to a so-called "John school" for the re-education course. (but not free, fee various from $ 400 to $ 1500 per course). You're right it's illegal that prostitution is illegal. Around 1914, prostitution became illegal in the state of California without any state referendum, and it was the decision of the then governor under pressure from women who had just been given the right to vote and to moral and religious organizations.
    There ought to be a law. And the Market Street Cinema. Oh, those were the days wink, wink!

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