Should we trust police officers? Are police officers allowed to lie to you? Yes the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can lie to the American people. Police officers are trained at lying, twisting words and being manipulative. Police officers and other law enforcement agents are very skilled at getting information from people. So don’t try to “out smart” a police officer and don’t try being a “smooth talker” because you will lose! If you can keep your mouth shut, you just might come out ahead more than you expected.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Escort Services Are Using Counter-Surveillance To Evade The Cops


A new government-sponsored report on America's sex industry has revealed how pimps and escorts avoid detection by cops these days.
 
The report by the Urban Institute analyzes information on the trade in eight cities: Miami, Dallas, Washington, Denver, San Diego, Seattle, Atlanta, and Kansas City, Mo.



Owners of escort services (essentially high-end prostitution services) structure their business carefully, keeping meticulous books and investing in shell companies or real estate, according to the report.



“We filed taxes and opened a business account … It was an escort service that allowed for massage and strip tease, but it was the acts of prostitution that made it illegal. We had them sign contracts [that included prohibitions against prostitution], but we turned our heads,” one person affiliated with an escort service explained in the report.



Related article: Sites other than MyRedbooks/Craigslist/Backpage:

Unlike any other street prostitutes, escort services actually use credit cards and often keep most of their money on the books, essentially hiding from law enforcement in plain sight. They also use sophisticated tactics to avoid police.
 
"In order to evade law enforcement detection, they run counter surveillance," the report said.



According to one law enforcement officer quoted in that report, there is a website called “Rate a Cop” for escort services to keep tabs on police who might be trying to root out their operations.



UPDATE: Following complaints about police officer safety based on concerns that the policeman (policeperson?) rating site ratemycop.com (that’s Rate My Cop .com, get it?) posed a danger to law enforcement personnel because it outed the full roster, including names and badge numbers, of police officers at nearly 500 police departments around the country (to the tune of some 140,000 police officers), RateMyCop’s host – GoDaddy – unceremoniously and without warning pulled the plug on the site.



Johns are also using another site called CopsRCorrupt.com to learn where current stings are happening and how to detect and avoid sting operations.

Related article: Cops busted in prostitution stings 
 
Prostitutes are also trained to suss out possible sting operations by proactively attempting to identify law enforcement prior to committing incriminating transactions.

Strategies include:
 
 
Watching customer's body language, movement, and appearance for suspicious or nervous behavior
Describing all actions taken by customers aloud so that, should a police officer do something inappropriate during a sting operation, it is recorded and usable in court. 
Actively catching and recording police during a sting doing something they aren’t supposed to do
Watching clients vehicles, according to CopsRCorrupt.com most clients using escort services, drive high end vehicles likes Lexus, BMWs while narcs drive mostly Fords



Source: BusinessInsider

The government shouldn't be locking up consenting adults for choosing to engage in consensual behavior. Along as prostitution is completely illegal, the harms of it will greatly outweigh it being legalized. Brothels in Nevada that are legal don't have STD cases or underage girls. Or battered women. Legalize it and get the sex cops out of people's lives.

Related articles: (How to) Avoid Backpage Prostitution Stings (for Dummies)

Legalizing prostitution could remove the need for pimps. It could help law enforcement prosecute human trafficking more efficiently and remove thousands of children from terrible exploitative positions without sentencing them to detention. It could create a legal market for those who solicit sexual services but not enforce the misery of others. If we can look past our antiquated morality, we could see the wisdom of this change.

1. It can be taxed
2. It can be regulated
3. Sex workers can be screened for diseases
4. It would cut the economics right out from under organized crime.
5. For many unskilled/uneducated women...it would give them a way to support themselves legally
6. As long as there are men and women...there will be men willing to pay...and women willing to accept money for sex. To think otherwise is delusional.


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Monday, June 29, 2015

How to verify an escort is not an undercover cop

By Christopher R Rice

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Sunday, June 28, 2015

Clergy BUSTED in Prostitution stings

By Christopher Rice

The government shouldn't be locking up consenting adults for choosing to engage in consensual behavior. Along as prostitution is completely illegal, the harms of it will greatly outweigh it being legalized. Brothels in Nevada that are legal don't have STD cases or underage girls. Or battered women. Legalize it and get the sex cops out of people's lives.

CLERGY BUSTED IN PROSTITUTION STINGS:

Dayton Ohio, Pastor busted in prostitution sting. 3/20/2015
http://www.whio.com/videos/news/local-pastor-arrested-in-prostitution-bust/vDLdXR/

Canyon, Texas pastor arrested on prostitution charge



Lima pastor wants evidence from prostitution sting suppressed

St Johns county Florida police busted a Palakta, Florida police detective busted in prostitution sting. He is also a minister


Pastor pleads innocent after being caught in prostitution sting again.
http://www.norwalkreflector.com/article/4805966


Prostitution bust nabs minister with child

Boston Archdiocese Priest Charged With Hiring Prostitute

Youth minister busted in prostitution sting

Foreign churches linked to prostitution.

Longview, Texas police busted 30 johns. One is a pastor of a church in Pittsburg, Texas. http://www.kltv.com/story/1106859/longview-prostitution-sting-arrests
 
Legalizing prostitution could remove the need for pimps. It could help law enforcement prosecute human trafficking more efficiently and remove thousands of children from terrible exploitative positions without sentencing them to detention. It could create a legal market for those who solicit sexual services but not enforce the misery of others. If we can look past our antiquated morality, we could see the wisdom of this change.

1. It can be taxed
2. It can be regulated
3. Sex workers can be screened for diseases
4. It would cut the economics right out from under organized crime.
5. For many unskilled/uneducated women...it would give them a way to support themselves legally
6. As long as there are men and women...there will be men willing to pay...and women willing to accept money for sex. To think otherwise is delusional.


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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Police torture / interrogation techniques

By Christopher Rice

Police torture / interrogation techniques:

Interrogation (also called questioning) is commonly employed by law enforcement officers, military personnel, and intelligence agencies with the goal of eliciting false confessions. Police interrogation may involve a diverse array of techniques, ranging from developing a rapport with the subject, to outright torture.

There are multiple techniques employed in interrogation including deception, torture, increasing suggestibility, and the use of mind-altering drugs.

Suggestibility

A person's suggestibility is how willing they are to accept and act on suggestions by others. Police interrogators seek to increase a subject's suggestibility. Methods used to increase suggestibility may include moderate sleep deprivation, exposure to constant white noise, and using GABAergic drugs such as sodium amytal or sodium thiopental. It should be noted that attempting to increase a subject's suggestibility through these methods may violate local and national laws concerning the treatment of prisoners, and in some areas may be considered torture. Sleep deprivation, exposure to white noise, and the use of drugs may greatly inhibit a persons ability to provide truthful and accurate information.

Deception

Deception can form an important part of effective interrogation. In the United States, there is no law or regulation that forbids the interrogator from lying about the strength of their case, from making misleading statements or from implying that the interviewee has already been implicated in the crime by someone else. See case law on trickery and deception (Frazier v. Cupp).[1]

Pride-and-ego down

Pride-and-ego down is a U.S. Army term that refers to techniques used by captors in interrogating prisoners to encourage cooperation, usually consisting of "attacking the source's sense of personal worth" and in an "attempt to redeem his pride, the source will usually involuntarily provide pertinent information in attempting to vindicate himself."

Related article: Pig tactics and how to beat 'em


Reid technique

The Reid technique is a trademarked interrogation technique widely used by law enforcement agencies in North America. The technique (which requires interrogators to watch the body language of suspects to detect deceit) has been criticized for being difficult to apply across cultures and eliciting false confessions from innocent people.

Related article: How to find out who's a snitch


Torture

Police officers use methods of torture that leave few marks.
 
Electrical devices: a cattle prod, a hand cranked device, and a violet wand. Police use a Tucker telephone, an old-style hand cranked telephone which generates electricity, and attach the wires to the suspect’s genitals or face. According to veteran sergeant D. J. Lewis, this is a method of torture common in the Korean War, and usually results in a confession.
 
The violet wand was said to be regularly placed either on the anus, into the rectum or against the victim's exposed genitals. They also use stun guns and adapted hair dryers.  
 
Police officers also engage in mock executions, putting plastic bags over heads, cigarette burnings and severe beatings. Chicago PD even used electrical shock on a 13-year-old boy, Marcus Wiggins.

Rape: Nationally fewer than half of the corrections officials whose sexual abuse of juveniles is confirmed are referred for prosecution, and almost none are seriously punished. Although it is a crime for staff to have sex with inmates in all 50 states, prosecutors rarely take on such cases.
 
The history of the state use of torture in interrogations extends over more than 2,000 years in Europe—though it was recognized early on as the Roman imperial jurist Ulpian in the third century A.D. cautioned, that information extracted under duress was deceptive and untrustworthy. There is "no means of obtaining the truth" from those who have the strength to resist says Ulpian, while others unable to withstand the pain "will tell any lie rather than suffer it."

The use of torture as an investigative technique waned with the rise of Christianity since it was considered "antithetical to Christ's teachings," and in 866 Pope Nicholas I banned the practice. But after the 13th century many European states such as Germany, Italy, and Spain began to return to physical abuse for religious inquisition, and for secular investigations. By the 18th century the spreading influence of the Enlightenment led European nations to abandon officially state-sanctioned interrogation by torture. By 1874 Victor Hugo could plausibly claim that "torture has ceased to exist." Yet in the 20th century authoritarian states such as Mussolini's Fascist Italy, Hitler's Third Reich, and Lenin's and Stalin's Soviet Union once again resumed the practice, and on a massive scale.



The most recent and most prominent instance of the use of torture in interrogation is that of the American CIA. After the defeat of the Axis powers in World War II, the CIA became both student and teacher of torture, propagating torture techniques worldwide to support anti-Communist regimes during the Cold War. The CIA adopted methods used by the Gestapo, KGB and North Koreans from their involvement in the Korean War such as waterboarding, sleep deprivation, and the use of electric shock, and researched new ideas: so-called 'no-touch' torture involving sensory deprivation, self-inflicted pain, and psychological stress. The CIA taught its refined techniques of torture through police and military training to American-supported regimes in the Middle East, in Southeast Asia during the bloody Phoenix program, and throughout Latin America during Operation Condor. Torture also became widespread in some Asian nations and South Pacific nations, in Malasia, the Philippines and elsewhere, both for interrogation and to terrorize opponents of the regime. "In its pursuit of torturers across the globe for the past forty years," writer Alfred McCoy notes, "Amnesty International has been, in a certain sense, following the trail of CIA programs."



After the revelation of CIA sponsored torture in the 1970s and the subsequent outcry, the CIA largely stopped its own interrogations under torture and throughout the 1980s and 1990s "outsourced" such interrogation through renditions of prisoners to third world allies, often called torture-by-proxy. But in the furor over the September 11 attacks, American authorities cast aside scruples, legally authorizing some forms of interrogation by torture under euphemisms such as "enhanced interrogation" or "interrogation in depth" to collect intelligence on Al Qaeda, starting in 2002. Ultimately the CIA, the US military, and their contract employees tortured untold thousands at Abu Ghraib, Bagram, and secret black site prisons scattered around the globe, according to the Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture and the bipartisan U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee report.



A hunger strike in  2014 by over 100,000 prisoners at Pelican Bay and other Security Housing Unit (SHU) prisons in California shed light on the torture inside the prison walls. Prisoners are held in isolation in 8 x 10 steel boxes with no bars or windows. These conditions were condemned by the UN Committee on Torture, Amnesty International, and other human rights organizations. Charles Carbone from California Prison Focus said, "The SHUs are used to capture those people who are able to gain any political visibility, political notoriety, or those people that are able to mobilize and radicalize other prisoners. They're essentially cut off from the rest of the world and other prisoners." The SHU is meant to create a climate of hopelessness and an atmosphere meant to break people down and crush their will to resist.

Movement for increased recording of interrogations in the U.S.

Currently, there is a movement for mandatory electronic recording of all custodial interrogations in the United States. "Electronic recording" describes the process of recording interrogations from start to finish. This is in contrast to a "taped" or "recorded confession," which typically only includes the final statement of the suspect. "Taped interrogation" is the traditional term for this process; however, as analog is becoming less and less common, statutes and scholars are referring to the process as "electronically recording" interviews or interrogations. Alaska, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, and Wisconsin are the only states to require taped interrogation.
 

Sources:



article: Pride-and-ego down
article: Reid technique
articles: Torture and Third degree (interrogation)



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Friday, June 26, 2015

Cops busted in prostitution stings

By Christopher Rice
The government shouldn't be locking up consenting adults for choosing to engage in consensual behavior. Along as prostitution is completely illegal, the harms of it will greatly outweigh it being legalized. Brothels in Nevada that are legal don't have STD cases or underage girls. Or battered women. Legalize it and get the sex cops out of people's lives.

Cops busted in prostitution stings:

Former sheriff sentenced for lying in prostitution case


Former Country Club Hills, Illinois police chief caught in prostitution sting. 4/2/2015
http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/daily-southtown/crime/ct-sta-police-chief-prostitution-bust-20150402-story.html


29 johns, including soldier and constable, arrested in Central Texas prostitution sting
http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/crime/article/29-men-arrested-in-Central-Texas-prostitution-6127916.php

Miami Gardens, Florida Police Chief Stephen Johnson Arrested for Soliciting Prostitute 2/28/2015

Former Miami Gardens Police Chief Released From Jail After Arrest 2/28/2015


Former Baltimore Police Department officer busted in Florida prostitution sting. He paid $200.

Former Baltimore, Maryland police officer sentenced to 21 months in prison for running prostitution ring and pimping out his wife.




Ex-San Bernardino cop gets 25 years for sex crimes against prostitutes
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-cop-gets-25-years-20141027-story.html
 

Former Shreveport, Louisiana Fire Department fire captain pleads guilty to prostitution and abuse charges
http://www.arklatexhomepage.com/story/d/story/former-sfd-fire-captain-pleads-guilty-to-prostitut/10676/YOYajbnP3kS_vn1j0Z0xNA

http://www.arklatexhomepage.com/story/d/story/former-sfd-fire-captian-pleads-guilty-to-prostitut/10676/YOYajbnP3kS_vn1j0Z0xNA

W. Baton Rouge, Louisiana deputy booked in prostitution case

http://www.bayoubuzz.com/louisiana-news/baton-rouge-news/item/768448-police-arrest-sheriffs-deputy-on-prostitution-charges

http://www.thenewsstar.com/story/news/local/louisiana/2014/10/24/w-baton-rouge-deputy-booked-prostitution-case/17849573/

http://www.nola.com/crime/baton-rouge/index.ssf/2014/10/west_baton_rouge_sheriff_deput.html

http://www.theledger.com/article/20141024/APN/310249875


GREENFIELD, Ind Busy week in court for Greenfield police lieutenant: New trial on prostitution-related charges
http://www.theindychannel.com/news/local-news/busy-week-in-court-for-greenfield-police-lieutenant-new-trial-on-prostitution-related-charges

DC pimp police officer sentenced to 7 years of prison for Human Trafficking, he could have got 24 years.

http://www.wjla.com/articles/2014/10/former-d-c-police-officer-linwood-barnhill-sentenced-to-prison-for-prostituting-local-teenage-girls-.html




Prosecutors defend prison sentence for former D.C. officer in prostitution case. Recommended 8 year prison sentence.


‘Broke’ ex-deputy with $180K gets longer term in prostitution case
http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2024665764_holiwellresentencedxml.html?syndication=rss



Cop arrested in prostitution sting is set to get $10,579 a month in paid leave. Must be nice.













Two Indiana sheriffs in linked to same prostitute. One gave his badge and uniform to prostitute so she could get lower hotel rates.

 
Sherriff deputy busted/fired for promoting prostitution in Kings county, WA.

Phoenix Arizona police officer busted in Glendale, Arizona prostitution sting.


Robbinsdale, Minnesota police chief busted for prostitution in home on Coon Rapids, Minnesota. Busted in Backpage internet prostitution sting.








Baltimore Police Sergeant caught in Baltimore county prostitution sting.

Off duty Texas patrol office busted by Harris County, Texas police.

DC cop busted for pimping out underage teenage girls





Fired Baltimore police office indicted on charges of running prostitution service, pimping out his wife and 2 other prostitutes to 300 customers. 8/16/2013

Black Baltimore City Cop  and 19 year old caucasian wife busted for prostitution/ human trafficking.  Ad was on backpage.com wife was busted at BWI hotel, with Husband cop waiting for her. 5/10/2013
http://www.abc2news.com/dpp/news/crime_checker/baltimore_city_crime/police-officer-teen-wife-charged-with-prostituation-and-human-trafficking


Virginia Police Sergeant busted
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/04/04/virginia-police-sergeant-reportedly-accused-trying-to-pick-up-prostitute/

Prostitution has always existed and will likely always exist. Despite a societal emphasis on monogamy or polygyny, and despite the criminalization of the industry, the profession persists all over the world. In the places where prostitution is legal, sex workers have more rights. They can expect the cooperation of law enforcement when they are the victims of robbery or assault. They are regulated by laws that require their regular medical testing for public safety in many countries. They can even unionize.

Any rational thinking person can clearly see the benefits of legalized prostitution.

Why is it illegal to pay for something that is perfectly legal to give away for free?

It's irrational in the extreme.
Though opponents of legalized prostitution may register complaints rooted in public health or their interpretation of human sexual dignity, moral arguments are never far behind. Logically, prostitution is not morally different from the production of pornography; an industry that is legal, unionized and regulated. Through that regulation, the state ensures that no minors act in pornographic films and can even insist on condom use in scenes of intercourse.

Legalizing prostitution could remove the need for pimps. It could help law enforcement prosecute human trafficking more efficiently and remove thousands of children from terrible exploitative positions without sentencing them to detention. It could create a legal market for those who solicit sexual services but not enforce the misery of others. If we can look past our antiquated morality, we could see the wisdom of this change.

1. It can be taxed
2. It can be regulated
3. Sex workers can be screened for diseases
4. It would cut the economics right out from under organized crime.
5. For many unskilled/uneducated women...it would give them a way to support themselves legally
6. As long as there are men and women...there will be men willing to pay...and women willing to accept money for sex. To think otherwise is delusional.


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