Want To See A REAL Sex Offender? No need to check your local sex offender registry because they are not there – nope – they are driving in police cars all around you hunting their next victim (you? your wife? your child?)!
Here is an example of a sick hypocrite!
Those demonized and branded as sex offenders for looking at a forbidden image in the privacy of their homes…or entrapped by someone pretending to be “under 18” and yet wanting to “sext” (harmless fantasy flirting often done with the unspoken understanding that both parties are engaging in role play and neither party is actually who they claim to be but rather playing a role) all the while being a sick policeman hiding behind the keyboard.
How about the police man is actually the sex offender and not just a victim less crime but RAPE! That’s right! Not only do these sick hypocrites rape but they hide behind the authority we are taught to respect unquestioningly!
A police officer in Prince George County, Maryland, was charged this week with raping a woman during a traffic stop. He’s pleaded not guilty, but it’s a disturbing headline — even more disturbing when you consider there are hundreds more like him.
Yes, hundreds. According to research from Bowling Green State University, police officers in the US were charged with forcible rape 405 times between 2005 and 2013. That’s an average of 45 a year. Forcible fondling was more common, with 636 instances.
Yet experts say those statistics are, by no means, comprehensive. Data on sexual assaults by police are almost nonexistent, they say.
“It’s just not available at all,” said Jonathan Blanks, a research associate with the Cato Institute’s Project on Criminal Justice. “You can only crowdsource this info.”
The BGSU researchers compiled their list by documenting cases of sworn nonfederal law enforcement officers who have been arrested. But the 2016 federally funded paper, “Police Integrity Lost: A Study of Law Enforcement Officers Arrested,” says the problem isn’t limited to sexual assault.
“There are no comprehensive statistics available on problems with police integrity,” the report says, and no government entity collects data on police who are arrested.
It adds, “Police sexual misconduct and cases of police sexual violence are often referred to as hidden offenses, and studies on police sexual misconduct are usually based on small samples or derived from officer surveys that are threatened by a reluctance to reveal these cases.” Continue to full article…
Don’t worry – NO ONE on any “Sex Offender” list/registry is going to bother you! Only 7% of ALL child sex crimes are committed by a stranger (and none of them on the registry) – NOT A SINGLE ONE!
SO ALL THE REMAINING 93% ARE COMMITTED BY SOMEONE YOU AND/OR YOUR CHILD KNOW – NOT A STRANGER!
Let that sink in…Remember this FACT and you can thank me later for saving your child from a terrible fate by believing the simplistic lie of “Stranger Danger.”