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  • Human traffickig was legal until 2008!? WTF!
  • Things like this are difficult for me to read.

    People are horrible beings who should not be trusted. Humans are naturally selfish and they do this kind of shiat all the time.

    For those of you who are interested in finding out more about missing persons, there is a community out there that I am a part of called Websleuths. It is quite sad how many there are missing, and even sadder that there are families killed that they cannot identify.

    /Not subs
    //Humans suck
  • That kind of shiat has lifelong impacts on the women who live through that horror. That's why I fully support the death penalty by the worst means possible for anyone involved.

    For many victims, death would have been preferable to living the rest of their lives terrified of being in their own body.
  • Hero trumps sad, I guess.
  • m3000: the death penalty by the worst means possible


    But exactly how would we institutionalize and state-sanction the "Mr. Hands" approach?
  • vygramul: Hero trumps sad, I guess.


    A real squeaker, but yeah, it does.

    "I live for this," the 58-year-old Trimarco told The Associated Press of her ongoing quest. "I have no other life, and the truth is, it is a very sad, very grim life that I wouldn't wish on anyone."

    No joke here, just props. +11ELEVENTY!11.
  • FTFA:

    the 58-year-old Trimarco said, "I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my daughter go now, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will kill you."
  • Soon, Trimarco was visiting brothels seeking clues about her daughter and the search took an additional goal:

    I stopped reading here. Let me have my dream, people.
  • dbirchall: m3000: the death penalty by the worst means possible

    But exactly how would we institutionalize and state-sanction the "Mr. Hands" approach?


    Red hot knife hilt first so they cut thier fingers pulling it out.
  • This may be a crime that's worse than murder.
  • That photo is begging for a photoshop.
  • Well it sounds like she has quite the particular set of skills!
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    /Good for her!
  • m3000: That kind of shiat has lifelong impacts on the women who live through that horror. That's why I fully support the death penalty by the worst means possible for anyone involved.

    Wow, including the women? That's harsh.
  • The hero tag sometimes gets overused here, but this is one case where I think the hero tag actually undersells this woman's work.
  • laughing my asssssssssss off at anybody in this thread who talks about 'oh noes the horror!' yet still supports the porn industry. right, like everyone in the videos and still photos kept on folk's hard drive is 100% consensual. right. and strippers really do love their clients. and that escort went down because she wanted to and likes you for you, not because of "issues" the money.
  • pnkgtr: This may be a crime that's worse than murder.


    No. Murder is far worse.

    You take away what they were, what they are and what they could be.

    Stories like these have changed some of my habits.
  • pnkgtr: This may be a crime that's worse than murder.


    At least with murder, you put the poor bastard out of their misery. The only ones affected are the family they left behind. When you have something like this, however, it is a lot worse. Jaycee Duggard is an example of this.

    I am a grown ass man, yet I come to tears at times when I think of her, which happens more oft than a normal person should. I never knew her, I will never know her, I will never know any of her family, and hell, I doubt I would even meet one of those who was on her initial search team when she went missing.

    Sure, she is alive now, but for 18 years she was the property of a man who abused her horribly, forcing her to carry his children to life. She is Jaycee Duggard in name only. Underneath all of that, she is one miserable lady who lives with a huge scar, along with all of her family, and they will endure that for the rest of their lives.

    That to me is much worse than murder; living in fear, living in torment, knowing each and every day that you wake up you will always remembered what happened.

    As I said, I know nothing of her. I have absolutely 0% connection to her, yet I feel so farking bad for all the shiat she went through that even I think about ending my life at times (as I dont want to live on the same universe these monsters do). Every time her name comes up in the news I have to look away and eventually try to focus on something else, or I will be thinking about her all day and all the evil that happened there. There are days that I constantly think about her. It drives me farking insane.

    Anyways, rambling over. Anyone else get emotionally attached like that?
  • While the kidnappers are human scum, the real problem lies with the men willing to pay for sex with these girls.

    Stop the demand and the crimes will soon follow.
  • She would make a great Frank Miller comic.
  • Well, I suppose if she needs an under cover guy to go to these brothels and check for her daughter, I'm willing to risk it. All I need is the budget.
  • doglover: Well, I suppose if she needs an under cover guy to go to these brothels and check for her daughter, I'm willing to risk it. All I need is the budget.


    Although this is a serious thread, I am glad to see that snark still lives on here at Fark. It reminds me of the good ole days (like posting pictures of Bin Laden with a needle dick in 9/11 related threads)
  • ExperianScaresCthulhu: laughing my asssssssssss off at anybody in this thread who talks about 'oh noes the horror!' yet still supports the porn industry. right, like everyone in the videos and still photos kept on folk's hard drive is 100% consensual. right. and strippers really do love their clients. and that escort went down because she wanted to and likes you for you, not because of "issues" the money.


    You seem to be having trouble with the distinction between 'crappy job you hate' and 'slavery'.
  • ExperianScaresCthulhu: laughing my asssssssssss off at anybody in this thread who talks about 'oh noes the horror!' yet still supports the porn industry. right, like everyone in the videos and still photos kept on folk's hard drive is 100% consensual. right. and strippers really do love their clients. and that escort went down because she wanted to and likes you for you, not because of "issues" the money.


    Congratulations. You just equated sex slavery to having a job.

    Do you see the difference? No? THAT'S how much of a farknut you are.
  • ExperianScaresCthulhu: laughing my asssssssssss off at anybody in this thread who talks about 'oh noes the horror!' yet still supports the porn industry. right, like everyone in the videos and still photos kept on folk's hard drive is 100% consensual. right. and strippers really do love their clients. and that escort went down because she wanted to and likes you for you, not because of "issues" the money.



    I am going back through each and every picture and video in my porn collection to see which I think are the sex slaves. Can I borrow a few tears? because I'm gonna need some lube.
  • A strip dance is so much better when the stripper is crying... or is that just me?
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