Originally posted by Guyfriday
Originally posted by something wicked
You are mixing a couple of things here. The Queens estates cover many square miles of land. The stories don't go away, they just stop attracting
attention once a suspect has been found and arrested, potentially convicted. They then become local news because just because it's on land 'owned'
by the Queen isn't really important - if it happened on council land, would the council leader automatically be implicated? Why would they, that
would be stupid to assume.
My point was that the stories did go away quicker than if a non-well connected person had this happen more than once (I maybe wrong here, but didn't
this type of thing happen before?)
The Skull and Bones thing, if it exists, is an American thing surely, regardless of the accuracy of your post, not sure what is has to do with
this thread. Should you do another one to suggest (as you seem to) that anyone who has been to Yale feels they have the license to rape or sexually
abuse others with no fear of arrest? That is what you seem to suggest, would be interesting to see evidence of this.
I know a person who used to work out there. They would get a crime reported, and then it was removed from the official report. (They were asked to
leave their job, and "Go away") They now work on this side of the country doing something else (yes I'm hazy about the person because they still
feel threatened by what happened)
I've no real skin in this thread but it is such a clear example of deny ignorance seeming to have now become accept all rumors and opinions as
fact. Shame for what that is doing to ATS and if people aren't careful may lead to libel action against the site.
A lot of groups have these sex rings (not all of them are criminal in nature). For example how many times do you hear about a wife swapping ring
taking place within a social group, or swingers stemming from a specific church going group (I'm not talking about the pedo groups. Just average
people here). Sexual related activities amongst group members allows group members to feel that they can be trusted because they "know" something
about other member within their group.
In this case the groups sexual actives are related to criminal behaviors’ (these are usually the ones that get reported on). Nothing more nothing
less. It does show a link that can be followed to see who's who in this "Group"
Hmmm, ok, The murders on royal estate were followed up, I watched on the BBC website out of interest, but as they were not actually related to the
Royal family (i.e. there was no evidence to link them) they were treated as local news. Sad maybe, but people are murdered every day, again sadly, so
not all make national news throughout the lifecycle to arrest and sentencing.
With the skull and bones thing, interesting, but is that for another topic.
With your last point about swinging type groups, we may all hold an opinion, but if there is no crime committed, not sure what the issue is? I may
agree with it, I may not - you may also hold either opinion, but if it is between consenting adults, then there is no crime (there may be a divorce as
a result, but that is a different matter).