posted on Sep, 30 2015 @ 09:09 PM
It would seem that some piece of trash from Billings Montana decided to buy two sex slaves. This strikes very close to home (literally). Everyone is
a little rattled.
Court documents state Currence agreed to buy two sex slaves for $5,000 each and even showed an undercover agent a stone dungeon in his
basement that include restraint devices. A raid on Currence's home found fifty-foot chains in his bedroom and coverings on the windows.
(I apologize for the short article, but it was the only one I could find that wouldn't give you some stupid quiz or question before you could see
Now, this man lived in Billings and presumably the property he intended to house them in was in Billings but he went to Arizona to buy them at a
"slave auction". I do wonder sometimes about Montana though. I know that it stands to reason that in a higher-population area that you will have
more instances like this, but many people, very strange people, come out here to "hide". We have an intrinsic culture to not poke into other
people's business as long as there is no apparent harm. This guy had this planned out; I mean chains that could reach to the bathroom, how to
transport them, where to keep their paperwork so they had no recourse at all. I can't help but think that things like this may happen more often in
Montana than people think. Not to mention that there are certainly remote places out here where you could hide something like that pretty easily. He
owned three houses on the same block but it doesn't quite seem like they were adjacent to each other and the actual address hasn't been released.
This is just so scary to me that human beings are sold like this. Slavery has certainly not gone away. Driving it under ground makes things bad for
the victims but institutionalizing/legalizing it certainly doesn't seem to help either. We will only justify the harm that we do to each other. See
them as subhuman because it benefits us to do so, how that manifests doesn't matter. It could be the color of their skin or their religious beliefs
or... Whatever. We are driven to dominate other human beings and we are driven to acquire status with "things" and when those two things come
together we also get something very, very ugly that it seems like we can't get away from this. It's so sick and it makes me so sad. On that
note... This guy plea bargains down to eight years... I mean EIGHT YEARS!!! for this. How is that even possible? He had torture devices installed
in his basement and oh... well, you know eight years should be enough. Which makes me sick.
The rumor mill has it that his wife committed suicide seven years ago. The initial response to that is usually "Well gee, I wonder why", but some
people are actually expressing some sympathy for this guy, figuring that maybe he just "broke" after his wife died and some people (all of them
young-ish men) have just speculated that he was having a hard time finding someone and gave up. Someone doesn't just break that much from one
incident, he was already broken. There is no excuse for this sort of thing and seeing people attempt to empathize with this scum bag just makes my
skin crawl. It makes me wonder where we are going to be in a generation or two honestly.
I do not know any locals that knew him in case any one is wondering.