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(WJHL Tri-Cities)   Girlfriend gives away fugitives location by "liking" the authorities on Facebook   (www2.wjhl.com) divider line 110
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2012-09-13 03:30:27 PM

stonicus: 911Jenny: Most of these dummies have their profiles set to public with all their information visible.

I know bc I've used it to track down not only them but their momma, their boo, their BFF, and their associates with little to no effort on my part.

If you are so socially in demand to NEED a FB and so inclined to be a criminal, keep the information you provide minimal and under lock and key.

You sound stalkerish...


I should have said that I've done it for work related purposes.
 
2012-09-13 03:39:59 PM

durbnpoisn: red5ish: I wonder whether or not a subpoena was involved or if the police can just get this sort of information from FB by asking.

They didn't need to subpoena anyone. As soon as you "Like" something, the owner of the page is notified. And since a "Like" nowadays, is almost the equivalent of "Friending" someone, they could probably instantly see who she was, and where she was. Depending on your security settings, at least.

I remember one time, my sister tagged me for being someplace, and it actually showed a Google map pointing to my house!! I called her up immediately and was like, "Did you see what you just posted?!" All she could say was that it happened automatically thanks to some spiffy new app on her phone.

Considering I don't have my address or phone number listed on FB anywhere, something seems a little wrong about them being able to post that information from someone ELSE's post.


FB knows a lot about me from what friends have posted.

Jim Jones and 8 others says you went to Northbrook High School...
Bob says you are his brother and Sally is your sister...
etc.

They have it all figured out.
/tripwire
 
2012-09-13 03:57:04 PM

cryinoutloud: stonicus: So a drunk man is still legally responsible for his actions, but a drunk girl isn't. Got it.

No, you can file fake rape charges too.

Only problem is, men generally don't get raped by women. It's far more likely that a man raped a woman. And that is why the law leans that way.

Life is not fair, sugar.


Men tend to drastically under report rape and sexual harassment perpetrated against them because as a society we tend to assume that men want it on some level no matter what. A man is perceived as having something wrong with him if he reports that a woman jumped his bones without his consent. Add in the fact that men can't really fight back, because it will be assumed that he was the aggressor if he harms the woman trying to get her to stop, and it's another layer of shame.

/Husband was raped by an ex-girlfriend.
//biatch never got charged because the cops chose to believe her story about a post-breakup booty call over his physical damage.
 
2012-09-13 03:59:33 PM

stonicus: Theaetetus: stonicus: Theaetetus: bluefoxicy: Also similar, he could have had sex with a drunk chick at a party who later accused him of rape and there's your mentally incapable etc, which is of course a crime that happens constantly

That's incorrect. The statute is:
18 USC 2242(2): Whoever... knowingly-
(2) engages in a sexual act with another person if that other person is-
(A) incapable of appraising the nature of the conduct; or
(B) physically incapable of declining participation in, or communicating unwillingness to engage in, that sexual act;
or attempts to do so, shall be fined under this title and imprisoned for any term of years or for life.

See that knowingly bit? It's not a "gosh, we were drunk and had consensual sex and now she's regretting it," it's a "I know she's incapable of declining or appraising the nature of the conduct, and I'm going to have sex with her anyway." It's explicitly required in the crime that you know the other person is incapable of consenting, and if you have sex with someone while knowing that they're in such a state, then yes, you are a rapist.

So a drunk man is still legally responsible for his actions, but a drunk girl isn't. Got it.

What actions did the drunk girl take? "Not declining" is not an action. It's a lack of action. Why do you think a girl should be held "legally responsible" for things that other people do to her while she's unconscious?

Ah... doing it to a girl who is passed out, we're on the same page on that one. That's a no no. I was referring to the cases of next morning regret...


What if the girl and the guy are both drunk? Does his drunkenness preclude him from satisfying the "knowing" requirement?
 
2012-09-13 04:02:09 PM

Amberwind: cryinoutloud: stonicus: So a drunk man is still legally responsible for his actions, but a drunk girl isn't. Got it.

No, you can file fake rape charges too.

Only problem is, men generally don't get raped by women. It's far more likely that a man raped a woman. And that is why the law leans that way.

Life is not fair, sugar.

Men tend to drastically under report rape and sexual harassment perpetrated against them because as a society we tend to assume that men want it on some level no matter what.


If a man has an erection and inserts said erection into a nearby vagina I assume he does so voluntarily.
 
2012-09-13 04:06:19 PM
He should be easy to find ANYWAY, what with that tattoo of an arrow on his forehead

wvva.images.worldnow.com
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2012-09-13 04:12:15 PM
So if the cops didn't know the identity of this guy's girlfriend before, how were they able to figure it out simply by her liking their fb page? So confused...
/not on fb
 
2012-09-13 04:17:35 PM

Theaetetus: 1) Holy fark, you're creepy, bluefoxicy. You apparently take repeated refusals as an invitation to continue. You talk about "prying" some girl's legs open. I sure as fark wouldn't want any woman to be drunk around you.

2) It is that simple. If you know that someone is so drunk that they're physically incapable of declining, then having sex with them is rape. Not "gosh, I don't know, and she just seems tipsy or buzzed," but "I explicitly know she's incapable of declining." If you know that, and you have sex with her, you are a rapist. It's very, very simple.


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2012-09-13 05:50:05 PM

mat catastrophe: DblDad: Tazewell? You bet he did!

Yea, that's not how you say it.

/grew up there


Yes, not like "Don't tase me, bro!" Say it like this:

upload.wikimedia.orgwww.shastaconservationfund.org
 
2012-09-14 04:13:51 AM

rkallister: mat catastrophe: DblDad: Tazewell? You bet he did!

Yea, that's not how you say it.

/grew up there

Yes, not like "Don't tase me, bro!" Say it like this:

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Tazmanian devilwell?
 
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