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(NBC 29 Charlottesville)   Mall security practice new "catch and release" program for child abductors   ( divider line
    More: Dumbass, child abductor, Christian Colleges, Virginia Department of Transportation, health care overhaul, children's rights, Albemarle County, UVA, Fashion Square Mall  
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2012-11-26 07:51:27 PM  
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namegoeshere: I like it!

Apparently, he ran smack into a tree on his egress. Fell over. Got up and started running down a stream to cover his tracks. Didn't see the water fall. Crawled into a culvert under a road, and when he thought the heat was off, left the culvert, stepped on some rocksnot, and landed on the bank.
At least, that's what the rugby players told me.
2012-11-26 07:18:28 PM  
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I am a small farkette and not very tough but had it been my kid he'd be easy to find by his walking funny from his sudden lack of balls and from my claw marks down his face. Mamma bear and all.

Had a 95 pound girl in my Aikido class in 75. I asked the teacher to pair me up with her and got permission to shadow her tehnique, which was piss poor. I told her one day at lunch her style was slacking and she was going to get raped sooner or later. Slouched shoulders, no stance when confronted. She was pissed. I said, "hey, you can do that if you are comfy being a target, but when confronted, you have to snap into attitude and kill mode, kid."
Long story short: Abour tow weeks later, (and she had taken to heart our little talk) she was attacked walking alone at night. I got to the dorm (It was co-ed) and cops were in the lobby. She had a shiner, and was holding a gauze to her nose. I got close enough to hear them ask for a description. Her answer:

He's got two black eyes, a broken nose, at least two broken ribs, he's limping, and holding his balls.

I laughed. and so did she. And blood came out her nose, and she kept laughing.

BFF after that.

They found the guy in a ditch, worse off than she described him.

I guess he fell down a lot trying to get away.
2012-11-26 05:00:33 PM  
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Nana's Vibrator: Mall security escorted the man off the premises and were last heard saying "Aww. Cheer up, little buckaroo. You'll get her next time! OK, See you at the next meeting, Ed!"

"You got me! I'll get him, though, I'll get him."
"Ha ha, I bet you will."
2012-11-26 04:36:12 PM  
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This happened at Fashion Square Mall (neither fashionable nor a square), which is the only traditional mall (vs. strip mall) in Charlottesville, Va. I haven't been in this mall in at least 7 or 8 years, but used to shop there regularly. The guys who ran security seemed to have only one setting: hassle teenager mode. And they seemed to have only one response: escort teenager from mall. The rest of the time they would circle the parking lot aimlessly in their Suzuki Samurai's or hang out at the Chick-fil-A (right next to the Kay Jewelers mentioned in the story, as case would have it). This story shocks me not in the least -- the moment I read the headline and saw the NBC 29 logo on the link I knew it'd be about Fashion Square.

/CSB, I know.
2012-11-26 03:36:00 PM  
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That's not in their contractual statement of work.
2012-11-26 03:34:44 PM  
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I'm surprised the father didn't beat the guy to death with his bare hands.

Also, yeah, the security guys farked up majorly.
2012-11-26 02:11:56 PM  
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This is beyond incompetence

/bet ya the mall security will use the Penn State defense that they weren't trained to call the police when a criminal act was in progress
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