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2007-10-08 01:39:59 -

2007-08-20 19:42:23 - john
who ever do this stuff should be jailed

2006-03-03 16:00:41 -
Those license plate identifiers signal the seriousness with which known fugitives caught in sexual predatory perpetrating gangs roaming the nation generally and traveling outside the US occasionally truly want to be apprehended. Many operatives of the MS-13-wearing people pharming stalking identity thieves are unable to escape their mistaken joining with convicted sexual offenders now predators on ICE and FBI lists as well as popular television series like "America's Most Wanted." Their interests are not in being featured in crime trials but in leaving the constant torturing of their own family relatives and their closest associates. The extent of the criminal activities and the horrid histories of these conditioned perverted predators are impossible to describe. Only those either involved in maintaining the destructive lifestyles or those who are victims without escape to security available can comprehend how painful these encampments and convoys of sexual criminals and their prey are. With pornography addicts pretending to be law enforcement authorities or with law enforcement authorities hesitating to apprehend predators, cybercrime competes with the money-making aspects of the internet in negative ways. And those pitiful servants who invade decent websites to obtain information for criminals to use are retarding their own futures. Supposedly those sexual predators are doing what they want done to themselves: Isolating predators from the honest public would not be that matching of their perversions with revenge but isolating them from their stalking victims might suffice to allow their victims to recover their energies.

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