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Texas man is acquitted after shooting escort for refusing to have sex with him.
#1
Yippie kai-yea MF'ers!!

Just thought you guys might find this interesting... I'd like to see the contract if there was one. It says "he believed that sex was included as part of the fee." Believed, does not translate to know or agreed. And that's a minor fact anyway, he got away with killing someone, under a law that protects property. Wouldn't this be a case of contracts law & not property, since the "property" was a HUMAN BEING?

F-in Texas... YEEEEEEEEEEE HAAAAAAAAAAWWWWW
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#2
More about it here: --> http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_n...581027.php
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(06-07-2013, 02:37 PM)velvetfog Wrote: More about it here: --> http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_n...581027.php

From your link:
“I sincerely regret the loss of the life of Ms. Frago,” Gilbert said Wednesday. “I've been in a mental prison the past four years of my life. I have nightmares. If I see guns on TV where people are getting killed, I change the channel.”

I don't know if I can believe this. Someone who would get so angry and shoot someone because he thought he wasn't getting any that night, cannot be so sheepish about it now. Either He's truly an imbecile with reality issues, or the lawyers were coaching him. I vote for a mixture of both choices.
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(06-07-2013, 02:50 PM)LaZyA553dde5tr0yer Wrote:
(06-07-2013, 02:37 PM)velvetfog Wrote: More about it here: --> http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_n...581027.php

From your link:
“I sincerely regret the loss of the life of Ms. Frago,” Gilbert said Wednesday. “I've been in a mental prison the past four years of my life. I have nightmares. If I see guns on TV where people are getting killed, I change the channel.”

I don't know if I can believe this. Someone who would get so angry and shoot someone because he thought he wasn't getting any that night, cannot be so sheepish about it now. Either He's truly an imbecile with reality issues, or the lawyers were coaching him. I vote for a mixture of both choices.

Same here. He's either nuttier than squirrel turds, or he's got the best lawyers in the country. I've never been with a prostitute, and I have no desire to do so, but IF that ever happened, she'd be alive and well, and paid for her services.
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#5
If Texas law makes it legal to use deadly force against someone who rips you off at night,
then it should also be OK for Texas hookers to shoot customers who refuse to pay for services rendered.

The more I learn about American justice, the more I appreciate living in Canada.
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#6
^^^^ EXACTLY!! Let say instead of sex, he gave her the $$ for drugs. It would sound like he would have gotten away with that too, if she fled without giving him drugs after he paid, since the illegality of the main crime ( in this case , prostitution, or my example of illegal drugs) was completely ignored...

f that happened to me (or anyone else) and she stole my money, really you are SOL, because you are in an illegal act of soliciting. If she wrote on Craigslist "pay for sex" or spelled out the terms to a tee, it's still unenforceable under TX statute. Even if he thought he had a case since the Craiglist ad spelled out those terms (and I don't know if they did) and he tried pressing charges for breach of contract, he'd lose since TX statute deems solicitation of prostitution is an illegal act & therefore, no valid contract would exist.

I know I'm talking apples and oranges, I'm just saying why did TX completely ignore the illegal act of soliciting prostitution??? IF the statutes consider money a form of property ( they very well may) and she took it while in another state; if she was in the process of fleeing and you shot her, YOU would get in trouble and charged. . It's just F-ed up in so many levels...
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(06-07-2013, 01:04 PM)LaZyA553dde5tr0yer Wrote: Yippie kai-yea MF'ers!!

Just thought you guys might find this interesting... I'd like to see the contract if there was one. It says "he believed that sex was included as part of the fee." Believed, does not translate to know or agreed. And that's a minor fact anyway, he got away with killing someone, under a law that protects property. Wouldn't this be a case of contracts law & not property, since the "property" was a HUMAN BEING?

F-in Texas... YEEEEEEEEEEE HAAAAAAAAAAWWWWW



Oh man. So sad.

Sex is always better if you do not kill her first. That just ruins the whole thing. What a fucking idiot!

When someone dies, all kinds of horrible things start to happen to the body almost immediately and I am almost certain that you would not want to have sex with someone who had recently died. It's called Necrophila and people who do that kind of thing are called Necrophiliacs.

If you wanna have sex with someone, it's much much better if you do not kill them first. Killing them spoils the entire sexual experience.

P.S. I know this from reading books and not from firsthand sexperience. I don't know about most men. But I have never wanted to have sex with a corpse. It just ruins everything - especially if you get caught.
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#8
(06-08-2013, 04:15 AM)AliShibaz Wrote: If you wanna have sex with someone, it's much much better if you do not kill them first.

/thread

you know ali, there is a whole sub-genre of people who get sexual gratification from murder... most of which are in jail.

there is an even larger sub-genre of fetishists that like to pretend-being murdered and then fucked... and then there are the chicks that like being choked out... and the guys who accidentally hang themselves while slapping the salami.
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#9
Gosh, Spork, I did not know that. Very interesting, I must say. But I suppose that people can get aroused by almost anything.

Personally, my theory is that when we are very young and we are sexually aroused for the very first time, we carry the memory of that arousal for the rest of our lives - both consciously and subconsciously. That is what happened to me and as a result, I acquired a rather strong sexual fetish.

I just thank God that my fetish does not involve children or causing any harm or pain to others. I do not have much of a problem admitting I am a masochist since it never involves causing any harm or pain to others. But I feel so sorry for my friends who now have terrible problems because their primary (or only) means of gratifying their sexual desires do indeed require them to do things that cause harm to others. That is just so fucking awful. It's like a curse from God - maybe even worse than a curse?
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#10
Soooooo.....In Texas, if I proposition a hooker and she turns out to be a cop then I can shoot her, since there is now a legal precedent for it?
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