How disgusting can you get. It’s vile that anyone would want to force anyone else in to a life of sex.
From the article:
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual money making events in the dark underworld of human trafficking.
Last year, the FBI announced that it rescued 16 juveniles and arrested more than 45 pimps in child-sex trafficking operations during the Super Bowl and all its heyday. Preparties. Postparties. Lots of people with lots of disposable income to blow; pardon the pun. I imagine drugs will be rampant at these parties too. Most of the local victims we’ve dealt with over the past year readily admitted that drugs were a gateway into their human trafficking journey and most certainly a daily necessity provided or forced while on the job.
Yes, stealing is bad.
Stealing from a school?
Stealing from a school for those with autism?
Even more worse.
It takes a special kind of bastard to do this sort of thing, and I’m glad he has been placed in the Wake County Detention Center under a secured bond. I hope he doesn’t get out.
Wow. The cab driver should not have been driving. Very sad indeed. I am glad she has lived through this.
I decided awhile back I want to take on a more local spin. This will remain up for a while so all of my readers can update your bookmarks, rss readers, and whatnot. Therefore, with this in mind, I will keep this here until Monday, September 16, 2013. By this date, everyone should have updated their readers and bookmarks to: http://jamesgrimesworld.wordpress.com/.
At which time, I will attempt to move over James Grimes’ World so that all you have to type is jamesgirmes.me instead of jamesgrimesworld.wordpress.com. I do hope for your understanding in this endeavor. No matter what, though, you may contact me if need-be via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This adds an interesting facade to the issues in Egypt.
A panel of Egyptian judges recommended Monday the dissolution of the Muslim Brotherhood, adding momentum to a push by authorities to ban the ousted president’s main backer and a pillar of political Islam in the region.
Since the military deposed Mohammed Morsi in a July 3 coup, it has steadily intensified a crackdown on the Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest political organization. Hundreds of its members are in detention and facing prosecution, many on charges of inciting violence.
Morsi himself has been held in an undisclosed location since his ouster. On Sunday, state prosecutors charged him with inciting the murder of his opponents. A date has yet to be set for the trial, in which 14 leading Brotherhood members are also charged.