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(Local6)   TSA worker arrested for recruiting underage sex slave. Oh yes, then it gets weird   (clickorlando.com) divider line 89
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2010-01-31 01:55:22 PM
And this wasn't even the first time! The TSA agent's first sex slave walked out the door, so then the TSA agent bought a lock. The TSA agent's next sex slave called the police on him, so then the TSA agent cut the phone line. The TSA agent's third sex slave turned out to be a senile old man with shingles, since the TSA agent refuses to profile.

TSA= The Stupid Approach
 
2010-01-31 02:12:44 PM
megain.smugmug.com
 
2010-01-31 02:35:18 PM
It will take the shoes off it's feet...It will put the lotion in the baggie
 
2010-01-31 02:54:36 PM
Remember folks. These are the people you are willing to trust to take naked pictures of you because you're scared of underpants bombs.
 
2010-01-31 04:43:13 PM
TFA: Bennett's apparent MySpace page says Bennett wants to meet "submissive females" and is a swinger who is a master of BDSM, which stands for bondage, dominance, sadism and masochism.

If this is actually his, I'd be curious to see his background check.
 
2010-01-31 04:43:43 PM
Il Douchey: It will take the shoes off it's feet...It will put the lotion in the baggie

I LOL'd
 
2010-01-31 04:44:36 PM
"He advised, in a written statement, he actually asked her to be his sex slave,"

...well don't try to look innocent or anything...
 
2010-01-31 04:45:38 PM
He was arrested for something he allegedly did 3 years ago?

RumsfeldsReplacement: Il Douchey: It will take the shoes off it's feet...It will put the lotion in the baggie

I LOL'd


me too
 
2010-01-31 04:46:08 PM
So much for the background checks at TSA
Aka transportation security theater
 
2010-01-31 04:46:43 PM
If you have to ask permission can you really call her a sex "slave" ?
 
2010-01-31 04:47:49 PM
what, you can't do that?
 
2010-01-31 04:52:47 PM
006andahalf: TFA: Bennett's apparent MySpace page says Bennett wants to meet "submissive females" and is a swinger who is a master of BDSM, which stands for bondage, dominance, sadism and masochism.

If this is actually his, I'd be curious to see his background check.


Where's the damned link? Hop to it Fark.
 
2010-01-31 04:56:41 PM
3.bp.blogspot.com

/picture of said TSA agent?
//Giggity
//Giggity Giggaty Goo .....
 
2010-01-31 04:58:43 PM
Sooo, probably best that they don't let this guy operate one of those new scanning machines then I guess.
 
2010-01-31 04:59:14 PM
FTFA: Bennett is currently being held on no bondage in the Orange County jail.

This is how I read it...
 
2010-01-31 05:02:08 PM
006andahalf: TFA: Bennett's apparent MySpace page says Bennett wants to meet "submissive females" and is a swinger who is a master of BDSM, which stands for bondage, dominance, sadism and masochism.

If this is actually his, I'd be curious to see his background check.


You think they do "background checks" on TSA employees?

That's so cute.
 
2010-01-31 05:05:04 PM
Well this just proves TSA agents are people just like each of us.

/Right guys?
//Guys?
 
2010-01-31 05:05:09 PM
Serious question when it comes to journalism; when is it appropriate to mention their employer in the headline and in the article instead of saying "Man/Woman" or their actual name? I understand the headline for Fark, but I mean news websites in general such as the link to the story.

I can understand for professions that are considered authority or respected such as police officers, senators, and doctors, though I don't consider a TSA employee to fall in that category.

I can also agree with using it when the person commits a crime at their place of work. The headline "KFC Employee arrested selling drugs through the drive through" makes sense. However, you never see "KFC Employee arrested for murder of family".

Or is it only when the employer is involved in a current hot button issue making an excellent trolling headline that will surely catch some eye and comments, as this one did?
 
2010-01-31 05:05:14 PM
""He advised, in a written statement, he actually asked her to be his sex slave," the report stated."

She was 12! You're no less of a perv if you ask a 12 year old to be her sex slave then if you ask her to be yours.
 
2010-01-31 05:07:17 PM
Perv: Would you like to be my sex slave?

Girl: Ewwwww

Perv *honk* *honk*

Is that really a crime?
 
2010-01-31 05:08:13 PM
So was this one of the boxes on the Jeopardy board? Dude scored big points this round, I'm sure.
 
2010-01-31 05:10:01 PM
The article yesterday about ethnic stereotypes Jeopardy on the whiteboard also took place in the Orlando airport. Florida.
 
2010-01-31 05:10:48 PM
The stupid is strong with this one. Oy Vey!
 
2010-01-31 05:15:23 PM
Isn't that the guy who invented the grope-hug?
 
2010-01-31 05:16:02 PM
Teen
Slave
Agency?
 
2010-01-31 05:17:19 PM
Well...is she hot??
 
2010-01-31 05:18:18 PM
In other news... there are douchebags and perverts in pretty much every job, every where.


This guy will be really popular in the prison, I'm sure.
 
2010-01-31 05:18:37 PM
It must get monotonous when your job and your hobby are the same activity.
 
2010-01-31 05:20:06 PM
And to the right of the article I see this:

img269.imageshack.us

The happy couple?
 
2010-01-31 05:21:09 PM
Aarontology: Remember folks. These are the people you are willing to trust to take naked pictures of you because you're scared of underpants bombs.

Enough said.
 
2010-01-31 05:22:18 PM
Saners: Serious question when it comes to journalism; when is it appropriate to mention their employer in the headline and in the article instead of saying "Man/Woman" or their actual name? I understand the headline for Fark, but I mean news websites in general such as the link to the story.

I can understand for professions that are considered authority or respected such as police officers, senators, and doctors, though I don't consider a TSA employee to fall in that category.

I can also agree with using it when the person commits a crime at their place of work. The headline "KFC Employee arrested selling drugs through the drive through" makes sense. However, you never see "KFC Employee arrested for murder of family".

Or is it only when the employer is involved in a current hot button issue making an excellent trolling headline that will surely catch some eye and comments, as this one did?


You see it more often when the person is entrusted with public service or safety:
"Senator Kills Wife" "PA Cop molests teen" and so on. This guy was trusted with the public's safety. I'd like to know where he worked.
 
2010-01-31 05:23:55 PM
put him on the no fly list!

img269.imageshack.us
 
2010-01-31 05:25:38 PM
Gyrfalcon
Aarontology: Remember folks. These are the people you are willing to trust to take naked pictures of you because you're scared of underpants bombs.

Enough said.


pictures.deadlycomputer.com
pictures.deadlycomputer.com
pictures.deadlycomputer.com
 
2010-01-31 05:25:44 PM
AbbeySomeone: He was arrested for something he allegedly did 3 years ago?

I'm guessing the statute of limitations hadn't run out yet.
 
2010-01-31 05:31:09 PM
giggleswhiletyping: ""He advised, in a written statement, he actually asked her to be his sex slave," the report stated."

She was 12! You're no less of a perv if you ask a 12 year old to be her sex slave then if you ask her to be yours.


i18.photobucket.com
 
2010-01-31 05:33:10 PM
Saners: Serious question when it comes to journalism; when is it appropriate to mention their employer in the headline and in the article instead of saying "Man/Woman" or their actual name? I understand the headline for Fark, but I mean news websites in general such as the link to the story.

I can understand for professions that are considered authority or respected such as police officers, senators, and doctors, though I don't consider a TSA employee to fall in that category.

I can also agree with using it when the person commits a crime at their place of work. The headline "KFC Employee arrested selling drugs through the drive through" makes sense. However, you never see "KFC Employee arrested for murder of family".


You do if he deep fried 'em.
 
2010-01-31 05:33:42 PM
The system worked.
 
2010-01-31 05:34:44 PM
"Bennett's apparent MySpace page says Bennett wants to meet "submissive females" and is a swinger who is a master of BDSM[.]"

Did he get his degree from DeVry?
 
2010-01-31 05:35:01 PM
Saners: Serious question when it comes to journalism; when is it appropriate to mention their employer in the headline and in the article instead of saying "Man/Woman" or their actual name? I understand the headline for Fark, but I mean news websites in general such as the link to the story.

I can understand for professions that are considered authority or respected such as police officers, senators, and doctors, though I don't consider a TSA employee to fall in that category.

I can also agree with using it when the person commits a crime at their place of work. The headline "KFC Employee arrested selling drugs through the drive through" makes sense. However, you never see "KFC Employee arrested for murder of family".

Or is it only when the employer is involved in a current hot button issue making an excellent trolling headline that will surely catch some eye and comments, as this one did?


You don't think it is news when someone that probably can touch people physically and intimately with the force, backing, and authority of the federal government acts in sexual deviant ways, including molesting a 12 year old girl? How weird.
 
2010-01-31 05:37:24 PM
"Master of BDSM" Prison should be fun for this guy.
 
2010-01-31 05:42:17 PM
relcec: Saners: Serious question when it comes to journalism; when is it appropriate to mention their employer in the headline and in the article instead of saying "Man/Woman" or their actual name? I understand the headline for Fark, but I mean news websites in general such as the link to the story.

I can understand for professions that are considered authority or respected such as police officers, senators, and doctors, though I don't consider a TSA employee to fall in that category.

I can also agree with using it when the person commits a crime at their place of work. The headline "KFC Employee arrested selling drugs through the drive through" makes sense. However, you never see "KFC Employee arrested for murder of family".

Or is it only when the employer is involved in a current hot button issue making an excellent trolling headline that will surely catch some eye and comments, as this one did?

You don't think it is news when someone that probably can touch people physically and intimately with the force, backing, and authority of the federal government acts in sexual deviant ways, including molesting a 12 year old girl? How weird.


Well, everybody makes mistakes - it's easy to Monday-morning-quarterback.
I mean, haven't you ever taken a high-school dropout of unknown background and mental stability, armed him, and given him power and authority roughly equivalent to an FBI agent's? I mean, who among us here hasn't done that at one time or another? What could possibly go wrong?
 
2010-01-31 05:45:27 PM
ScottMpls: "Bennett's apparent MySpace page says Bennett wants to meet "submissive females" and is a swinger who is a master of BDSM[.]"

Did he get his degree from DeVry?


How much BDSM does one have to do to become a "master"? I wasn't aware there were apprentice and journeyman BDSM levels. If you're still an apprentice, do you have to discipline your sex slave under the oversight of a master? That could be awkward...or perhaps not.
 
2010-01-31 05:54:10 PM
ScottMpls: "Bennett's apparent MySpace page says Bennett wants to meet "submissive females" and is a swinger who is a master of BDSM[.]"

Did he get his degree from DeVry?


Keyboard, etc.
 
2010-01-31 05:56:00 PM
AbbeySomeone: He was arrested for something he allegedly did 3 years ago?

Nowadays statutes of limitations on child sex charges generally don't expire until the victim has been an adult for a certain number of years. Minors may be intimidated or ashamed to report these crimes, so they're given a few years of adulthood to come to that decision.
 
2010-01-31 06:01:44 PM
Not News: BSDM dude wants sex slave.

News: She's 15; started when she was 12
/Sad

Priceless: TSA employee

FARK: "Bennett was a model employee who not only provided his own gloves, but shared them with the other employees, saving taxpayers a substantial amount of money in these tough economic times." -- alleged quote from alleged supervisor, maybe.
 
2010-01-31 06:10:46 PM
Clearly, since this TSA worker actually recruited an underage sex slave, the entire organization is corrupt and should be shut down immediately.

Or is that only if the 'evidence' is shown on poorly-edited video?

/*casts a line, waits for a bite*
 
2010-01-31 06:18:57 PM
Saners: Serious question when it comes to journalism; when is it appropriate to mention their employer in the headline and in the article instead of saying "Man/Woman" or their actual name? I understand the headline for Fark, but I mean news websites in general such as the link to the story.

I can understand for professions that are considered authority or respected such as police officers, senators, and doctors, though I don't consider a TSA employee to fall in that category.

I can also agree with using it when the person commits a crime at their place of work. The headline "KFC Employee arrested selling drugs through the drive through" makes sense. However, you never see "KFC Employee arrested for murder of family".

Or is it only when the employer is involved in a current hot button issue making an excellent trolling headline that will surely catch some eye and comments, as this one did?


If a single mother is an erotic dancer so she can feed her kids and she gets raped I think it is wholly inappropriate to mention her line of work. It's totally inappropriate sensationalism and demeaning as to place blame on her. I'd buy your point. Not so much for a public servant entrusted with our so called security. We have a right to be outraged about hiring practices or lack of sufficient background checks. Strikes me as wholly appropriate.
The media is supposed to be the defacto fourth branch of government and keep us informed when things don't smell right.
 
2010-01-31 06:21:52 PM
Il Douchey: It will take the shoes off it's feet...It will put the lotion in the baggie

So....so much win. You just won teh intarwebs. All of them.
 
2010-01-31 06:28:13 PM
junket89: And to the right of the article I see this: The happy couple?

Father and daughter.
 
2010-01-31 06:32:47 PM
Ummmm....did they get the definition for BDSM right?
I always thought that it was: Bondage, Discipline, Sadism, Masochism.
Am I the only perv to pick up on this?
 
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