I’ve been telling you for many months about police overreach ensnaring young foolish (ok stupid) men looking for adult, consensual sex. Easier than shooting fish in a barrel!

But what happens when the police overreach with grown men? With rich grown men? With rich grown men who are not embarrassed by what they did?

Prostitution is one of those things that adults have different feelings about. It’s been around since, well, forever. Many people, especially men but women also, don’t see a problem with it. Women have what men want. It’s a commodity. Some women give sex to the men they love, and some women sell sex. Prostitution, while morally questionable, is not illegal on the federal level in this country. It IS illegal on most state levels but – well frankly – we all know it happens. A consenting adult, has sex with another consenting adult, and there is an exchange of money.

Wrong? Maybe, but men hiring prostitutes, or ‘escorts’ is often thought of as a rite of passage. Socially acceptable for men, and even women, in this country at different times in their life, or at different locations (whatever happens in Vegas….)

So when the police overreach targets a massage parlor…. where a lot of rich, mature men go for a regular ‘tug and pull’ and claim they are stopping sex trafficking….


The police may have overreached to the point of falling on their faces on this one.

These rich, mature, adult men are NOT ashamed – they are PISSED. They have filed suit against the police for making false statements in the press – just as the police have done with all the men arrested in illegal proactive police stings!

3 thoughts on “Pick on someone your own size!

  1. Wow! That is awesome that they are standing up to the crooked cops and holding them accountable. I wish we could find a trustworthy attorney in Texas who would file a law suit for the false claims police have made in the media here. Our case is even more serious than that. We have proof of fabricated evidence that was used to indict and will be used to prosecute. I don’t know why it’s so hard to find anyone who will investigate this and hold these evil people accountable for what they are doing to others. What they are doing is clearly illegal. Seems that they’re being paid off to keep it all covered up. Makes me wonder if the drug traffickers and human traffickers are paying off law enforcement and government officials here to keep them protected, like they do in Mexico. So, they create crimes to make it look like they are addressing the human trafficking problem, when they really are not. Maybe they’re covering up for the real human traffickers. Maybe they are involved in it themselves. That’s what all of this really makes me think. Why else would they just pretend to be addressing the human trafficking problem, when it’s so obvious that they are not? Money is definitely involved, and human traffickers and drug traffickers can pay huge amounts to be kept protected. 🤔

    The customers of that massage parlor who were video taped (by the hidden cameras) undressing should also sue those crooked cops.
    They are the sick predators that everybody else needs to be protected from.


  2. I have a problem with prostitution, largely due to the fact that we live in a Patriarchal society where men make the rules, make the money, and keep women down. I don’t think this line of work is on any school girl’s “what do you want to be when you grow up” list, however, many when faced with challenges of getting ahead in a male dominated society do use their bodies, only to find out it’s far from the answer they were looking for. It’s true that historically the law has worked with organized sex while arresting your common streetwalker, many even are known to frequent local “brothels” for “quid pro quo”, It’s just another example of the police pretending that they are taking on the job of cleaning up society when in reality it’s just a distraction of what’s really going on, and it usually goes right to the top.


  3. You know I was thinking about this, and it’s kind of funny, but I have spent a lifetime watching police shows on TV, I like to think they have some semblance of reality in them. For some reason they draw me in, especially the ones with the Special Victims, amongst others. I like to see the people get help and the guilty get punished. However, every once in a while a crime comes up that leads police and or detectives to a rich or high ranking party, and then the police and or detectives are subsequently called in by their superior, who has gotten word from the top, to let it go… and they are frustrated, but have no recourse.


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