44-year-old Jin Hua Cui of Flushing, Queens, New York has been charged with forcing women into sexual slavery. Cui allegedly advertised nail salon jobs to the Korean community of Flushing. Instead of that the women she recruited were forced into working in Cui’s Long Island massage parlors. She threatened the women with either revealing to their families what they were forced to do or by saying that they would be killed by Chinese gangs.
And where did Cui advertise her massage parlors? Why craigslist of course. And I’m guessing it was in the adult services section where only ‘legitimate’ adult businesses are supposed to be.
Even if the drive from Flushing to Long Island was only 30 minutes that’s still human trafficking if you’re using coercion to force someone into sexual slavery. That’s the human trafficking that craigslist says they find abhorrent. If they did they would remove the adult services section.
For thos of you who haven’t been following the story 28-year-old Jebidiah James Stipe, of Twentynine Palms, California pleaded guilty to setting up a rape through craigslist. Stipe had taken out a phony ad posing as a woman he wanted to get back at saying that she wanted to live out a rape fantasy.
She was actually raped by Ty Oliver McDowell of Casper, Wyoming who has also pleaded guilty.
Stipe, was sentenced today to 60 years to life for orchestrating this revenge rape.
Stipe said to the court that he learned his lesson and would be a productive member of society if he was not given any time. Too late for that scumbag. You should have thought of that before you placed the ad.
The victim put it best..
“I really hope that whatever sentence he gets is long enough that he doesn’t have the opportunity to do this to someone else, because I’m stuck with a life sentence that he gave me,”
So he’ll be 88 at the earliest when he gets out. Yeah he should be pretty useless if he gets out then.
But again this shows the problem of the anonymity that craigslist allows its users.
And to the male freaks out there that troll the casual encounters section of craigslist, I would say that less than 1% of women actually want a rape fantasy, and those that do must have serious mental issues.
We’ll get to the age of consent thing in a minute.
First off 20-year-old Brandon O. Henderson of Clearwater, Florida has been arrested for having sex with a 15-year-old girl that he met on MySpace.
He tried claiming that ‘she said she was 16′, which if she was he would not have had a problem, but then allegedly admitted to police that he knew her age.
However, according to the article the Florida age of consent law goes a little something like this…
The age of consent in Florida is 18, but a close-in-age exemption exists. According to state statute, the exception permits a person 23 or younger to engage in legal sexual activity with a minor 16 or 17.
Why do they even have an age of consent law if a 23-year-old can have sex with a 16-year-old? The most the exception should be is 2 or 3 years.
53-year-old Kevin Michael Sianez is a former police officer who is in trouble for running a private detective agency in Orange County, California without a license and defrauding most of his clients. But that’s not what lands him here. Nosireebob.
Mr. Siaenz is on the pages of this here fine website because he allegedly placed ads on craigslist looking for women who want to have sex with his dog, specifically a Lab. He supposedly had responses to his ad too. It’s unknown if he actually got any women to have sex with his dog. But who the hell would actually respond to an ad like that? Wait, don’t tell me. I don’t want to know. I can only imagine what the ads must have said.
But now it’s time to flog the deceased equine again. Why was the ad not flagged? Was it so cleverly worded that it got past the ‘community policing’? Or was it because the community really does no policing on craigslist?
This is an article from the Arkansas Times where they interview a Backpage.com prostitute over the phone and she says she’s right in what she’s doing to feed her three kids. Personally I think it’s just a case of greed but, whatever.
What I would like to point out is the quote from the article where she thinks she’s safe in what she’s doing…
“Like a hooker walkin’ the street? I wouldn’t do that because you’ll end up getting killed or something. This way I’m able to screen my clients and I don’t do out-calls. I don’t try to get busted. I try to be discreet. I don’t have too many people coming to my house each day and I have a lot of repeat clients already,” she says.
I’m sure Julissa Brisman thought the same thing not to mention all of the other prostitutes that I’ve posted about here that have been raped, robbed or killed.
While I can empathize with her in wanting to provide for her children is it worth taking the chance that you may be taken away from them?
In case I haven’t mentioned it in a while Backpage is owned by Village Voice Media.
I originally posted about Brett J. Zagorac here. He’s the former teacher who used the alias of BJ Wilhelm in order to allegedly molest kids by posing as a tutor on craigslist.
He was arrested in Portage, Indiana for allegedly inappropriately touching a 5-year-old boy that he was tutoring.
He was released on bond and part of the agreement was that he did not tutor any minor and was not to be left alone with a minor.
Pedophiles being what they are he did not meet that agreement as he allegedly tutored a 7-year-old girl from Evanston, Illinois. No word if he touched the girl but he was being investigated by Evanston police at the time.
So for violating the agreement Zagorac has been returned to jail to await his trial.
I’m sure it was only his love of teaching that caused him to violate the terms of his bond. And If you believe that I’ve got some Nebraska beach front property to sell you.