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Old 10-29-2018, 01:37 AM
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Re: Affidavit: Texas Man Arrested for Plan to Murder, Cannibalize Girl

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a guy posts an add looking for a willing partner to (probably) supply an innocent person with the intention to kill and eat them

he finds someone who he believes is the willing partner and takes steps to meet them with what seems like total commitment to the crime

and people are bitching that he was caught, because the authorities didn't wait for him to create an innocent victim
Well, I mean, if I had the inclination to have every person who might want to kill and eat my children arrested, I’d be quite alone when shopping at Walmart. If I turned in everyone with the ability to do it, I’d have a pretty vacant neighborhood. And if I wanted police to arrest anyone with a possible motive then my poor kids would be in an orphanage.

See, this is why it’s an issue to arrest people based on thought crimes. It isn’t because some retard in Texas said his thoughts aloud but he’s otherwise innocent, it’s because A) who knows what everyone else is thinking and B) who is really in danger of being arrested for thought crimes?

I mean, there are depraved individuals of all walks of life, but if I told you that I wanted to chow down on a toddler sandwich slathered in my homemade condiment sauce, the odds of me getting arrested are slim to none. I’m coherent, sociable, likeable, handsome, intelligent and affluent. If I were in homeboy’s shoes I could simply argue that I planned on killing the father to save the girl because I fancied myself some sort of vigilante. Or I could pay someone more educated than me in the law to say it for me and better than me. In other words, I will likely never be tried nor convicted of any thought crimes regardless of how vile my thoughts and alleged planned actions may be.

Yet, this guy, who you’re saying is indefensible is literally that. Not because of what he did, but because of who he is and what he’s worth both economically and within society.

It’s not his rights anyone is arguing for in this thread. It’s our rights. As a collective society. As a community. You’re either empathetic for the least of us, or you’re not. But investing money and resources (like the police) into arresting people who don’t have money and resources (like Hannibal the cannibal here) effects us all.

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You're seriously incapable of doing anything in life or what?

All true. What the fuck ever is your problem?
I can vouch for all of Boondoggle’s claims. I was one of his assistants when he was a senator. Of course, that was before he worked with NASA, but we met up again after he returned as the lone survivor on his trip around Mars and he brought me on as his caddy at Palm Beach one weekend where he golfer a perfect game against Tiger Woods and Phil Michelson. I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t seen it myself. It was during a torrential snowstorm and there were hurricane winds that almost called off the match had it not been for his insane resilience and determination. It was in the local news but the mainstream media wouldnt cover it because of Katrina and he even went out there to provide aid to the survivors after. The location paper did cover it but they had to recant and burn all the copies because he was in the FBI undercover at the time going by LT Seals (you could google it but you won’t find anything without a top secret clearance) and the paper couldn’t reveal his whereabouts.

I’m completely serious. In his 180 years of life he’s done more than most people do in two or three lifetimes. Including finding the cure for death, but again... security clearance... and it there’s a big coverup now because of Mary Kay, who isn’t really dad btw, not wanting her clients to think they can look younger without her makeup. LT Seals agreed to withhold the secret of eternal life from people so long as MK gave away at least one free pink Cadillac every year. So far, she’s kept her end of the bargain.

You’ll know I’m not making this up as soon as MK fails to give away a car though. Then we’ll all live forever.

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I used to work for a volunteer organization that worked with law enforcement. We ran a "honey pot" server that hosted a forum for pedophiles and child porn producers/traders, and we also posed as fellow pedos on the forum. You'd be disgusted to learn how many guys there are out there like this piece of shit. We busted two guys who conspired with us to abduct, rape and kill a kid, and dozens more who conspired to "merely" abduct and rape them. We never ran into the cannibalism shit, but it doesn't surprise me. Sexual sadists are scary dangerous people, and when they're also pedophiles it's beyond horrible. I don't support the death penalty because I don't support executing innocent people, but I would gladly spend a week personally putting one of these fucks to death in my basement in the same way he would do to me if he could.
This roughly translates to his secret internet life of hanging in deepweb CP sites faping to it, then rationalizing it as a service for justice on a public forum.

As far as the entrapment, it's a spin-off of the patriot act. The more we think we need to be protected from domestic terrorist, the more our rights will diminish.

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^ very well put!
No, he has no fucking clue what he's talking about.

You guys imagine that people spouting shit on the internet gets them arrested for stuff like this. It doesn't. Not even close. You have to take positive actions towards making the crime happen. You have to demonstrate intent, and have that intent documented. In order to obtain a conviction every prosecutor knows he has to convince a jury you really did intend to do the crime. Get a clue, folks. Entrapment is a 99.9% bullshit defense.

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No, he has no fucking clue what he's talking about.

You guys imagine that people spouting shit on the internet gets them arrested for stuff like this. It doesn't. Not even close. You have to take positive actions towards making the crime happen. You have to demonstrate intent, and have that intent documented. In order to obtain a conviction every prosecutor knows he has to convince a jury you really did intend to do the crime. Get a clue, folks. Entrapment is a 99.9% bullshit defense.
They just don’t get it, General Master Sergeant First Class Boondoggle. Some people think they can just make up credentials because they fancy themselves an expert in everything. They don’t know shit, doctor. And they’re too stupid to listen to experience.

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You need to learn how this sort of operation works. It's not entrapment at all. The perpetrator has to make all the first moves, has to suggest committing the crime, has to make the first steps to make it happen -- everything has to be driven by the suspect or he gets dropped as a suspect. If the cop does one single tiny thing that could be viewed as encouraging or suggesting committing a crime, the suspect gets dropped.

If you pulled court transcripts for any conviction of this nature I'm pretty sure after reading it all you'd have no doubt there was no entrapment.
After reading this I'm going to assume the reason you "used to" work at this volunteer organization is because you didn't know what you were talking about and let go.

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"If the cop does one single tiny thing that could be viewed as encouraging or suggesting committing a crime, the suspect gets dropped. "
If your theory was correct he wouldn't be sitting in a jail cell. He posted looking for someone to kill and perform heinous acts on during and after. It was the officer who offered up the child, not him seeking one to begin with.

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