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originally posted by: TDawg61
Only the left can turn washed up porn stars into heroes.Everything they touch is filth.
originally posted by: Wayfarer
originally posted by: DanDanDat
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
The pornstar trump had an extramarital affair with then paid to keep quiet while he ran for office Stormy Daniels was targeted by Ohio POLICE unquestionably because of the scandal involving president trump.
According to this 2017 article from the Columbus dispatch THE LAW MIGHT NEVER HAVE BEEN USED BEFORE !!!
whatever officer in charge decided just randomly decided to set up a sting o the one night stormy Daniels was preforming to catch people breaking a law no one has ever enforced?!?!
You wanna talk about police state???
This chick just got targeted by local law enforcement because she spoke out against the president...
This is very bad.. That is literally the definition of corruption..
I’m not saying trump was personally involved, but this is for damn sure because she told the world about having an affair with him after being paid to be silent..
But the problem isn’t this...
No the problem is that some random nobody yelled at sarah hucklebee at dinner..
Law enforcement decided to arrest someone for breaking the law and this is some how proof of corruption? No corruption is when someone is arrested when they have not broken any law and law enforcement knows it.
It really doesn't matter how often a law is used; if it's on the books it's still the law.
It doesn't matter that the person who broke the law is high profile and so receives extra attention from law enforcement.
Flip it around; when Trump is brought up on charges for treason it will be an example of a person being prosecuted for a law that is not often used and where his high profile has earned him extra attention from law enforcement. Will we cry about how corrupt that move is because it can be seen as a sign of political targeting?
Uh, actually, it is neither right nor just for police to impartially apply the law. How many other times was this law cited for police actions to prosecute offenders before this incident, hmmmm?
I guess you're not suspicious of the fact that this is the first time they tried to pin this on someone, nor the coincidence that that very person happens to be on a very short list of the presidents most hated enemies (i'd suspect).
originally posted by: seeker1963
a reply to: JoshuaCox
Cool, the police are into the #METOO movement! Wonder if the cop was asked permission to be groped?
originally posted by: SR1TX
Are most of you sick?
This was entrapment. There were a bunch of officers that went in there and nothing was the matter until one of the female officers asked Stormy if they could put their face in her chest.
FYI I have had g/f's at the club make out with strippers, what Stormy did was a harmless thing and goes on EVERYWHERE a lap dance is happening.
Really sick. I would fire every officer. What in the F*** are they doing in a STRIP club??? Setting up a sting because of lap dances????
FK off law enforcement. Hope that last donut takes your miserable life.
Undercover detectives were at the club as a part of a long-term investigation of illegal activity at city adult clubs, said police spokeswoman Denise Alex-Bouzounis.
one element of the law was missed in error and charges were subsequently dismissed.
originally posted by: Sookiechacha
Charges dropped for Stormy Daniels after arrest at Ohio strip club www.usatoday.com...
Police Chief Says We Screwed Up
Questions Officers' Motives www.tmz.com...
So, there's that.
Police Chief Kim Jacobs said the officers believed there was probable cause the illegal touching law was violated, but "one element of the law was missed in error and charges were subsequently dismissed."
Jacobs defended the officers' actions, saying they were "well within their area of responsibility when taking enforcement action."