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originally posted by: Annee]
Honestly, in my day (I'm 72 -- So, ya know what I mean).
A woman's reputation was still a thing. Casting couches were prevalent for most woman who wanted to succeed in a man's world (women of corporate power were still a novelty).
Most women of that era would not go to a hotel room with a man of power. (unless it was pre-planned).
But, times have changed. It is not unheard of to have meetings in hotel rooms.
Heck, some hotel rooms are designed as meeting rooms.
What is the penalty for impersonating a federal agent?
The typical punishment for impersonating a police officer depends on whether the crime is s a felony or a misdemeanor, and may include: Probation. Fines of up to $1,000. At least five years in prison.Apr 20, 2018
originally posted by: dojozen
Did you see the part about her reporting a previous rape and how it turned out?
What about the part, where she was threatened if she told anyone... ?
Then of course a few weeks later ex step mother and step sister were murdered...
How do you think reporting to the NYPD that you were sexually assaulted by an FBI employee at the ST. Regis who turn out for her?
She for sure dresses sexy, no doubt and sure some might even suggest she deserved it, for dressing so provocative.
Maybe FBI does not even care, if someone is raping women and pretending to be one of them...?
originally posted by: Annee
I have, but stood next to the door -- while he changed clothes. I did not make myself comfortable, sit down, and have a cocktail from the mini-bar.
It still looks the same from the outside though.
So, I just don't know.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
An older FBI bigwig flashes you his badge and tells you to come up to his room "just to talk"...and he's intimidating and...I could see a young woman doing what he says to stay out of trouble.
originally posted by: dojozen
the original threads have some real good points in it that were raised about the situation and it for sure sounds like someone tried to rape her and was claiming to be top fbi official and threatened her if she said anything about it. goes into some graphic details.
Marriott says its Starwood database was hacked on approximately 500 million guests
Marriott said the Starwood guest reservation database was breached, potentially exposing information on about 500 million guests.
Among the information stolen on many of the guests includes a combination of name, mailing address, phone number, email address, passport number, Starwood Preferred Guest account information, date of birth, gender, arrival and departure information, reservation date, and communication preferences.
Payment information may also have been accessed on some guests.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
please I thought we were past this nonsense already.
Guess with the heat being turned up under trump the stupidity will be coming out the woodwork this week.