Does A Rich 77 Year Old Widower Deserve Sympathy Here?

Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, was charged today in Florida as part of a massage-parlor prostitution enforcement effort there. The 77-year-old NFL team owner is one of more than 150 men accused of soliciting prostitution. Police say they’ve been investigating the spa he visited, Orchids of Asia Day Spa, since October 2018.
Authorities are calling this a “human trafficking operation,” with some media outlets invoking “modern-day slavery.” But so far all signs suggest this is just an ordinary anti-prostitution effort.

“Bob Kraft had a fairytale romance with his wife, and they had this incredible marriage,” the source says of Kraft’s bond with late wife Myra, to whom he was married for 48 years before she died of cancer at age 68 in 2011.
“When she died, he was devastated and it hit him really hard,” the source continues. “Everyone in his world was hit super hard by that.”

Kraft was charged with two counts of soliciting for prostitution, a misdemeanor. Orchids of Asia’s owner, Hua Zhang, was charged with deriving support from the proceeds of prostitution, keeping and frequenting a house of prostitution, and procuring for prostitution. All of these are charges that can apply to prostitution-business bosses even when everyone involved consents.
Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said at a press conference that some of the workers at these spas lived in them and weren’t allowed to leave during the day. This is something we frequently hear from police chiefs and county sheriffs at the start of big “sex trafficking busts” that turn out to yield nothing but ordinary prostitution charges. (See, for instance, King County, Washington, cops on Korean sex workers there.)
Police across the country have been ramping up stings at massage parlors, driven by a concentrated effort coming from federal law enforcement (including Homeland Security) and a whole lot of misinformation. In most cases, these investigations don’t lead to trafficking charges but do result in arrests for prostitution or people giving massages without a license. In at least one recent high-profile instance, they led to a Chinese sex worker’s death.
It’s not just undocumented immigrants who face deportation after an arrest in these stings. Prostitution charges can mean deportation even for immigrants here legally.
Florida police shut down Orchids of Asia along with nine other Asian spas and massage parlors around Orlando. The operation includes accusations of prostitution solicitation by 165 men, more than 50 of whom have already been arrested. These men have not been accused of being involved in human trafficking.
Despite some reports referring to the spa workers as “girls,” police have not indicated that any employees were actually underage.
Massage parlor workers were also arrested as part of the operation to “help” them, but cops want you to know they wish they had found horrific abuse instead of just sex workers. “Even though we may have charges on some of them, we’d rather them be victims,” said Vero Beach Police Chief David Currey.
Details on this story are still coming out, and police say charges are still forthcoming, which means it’s possible that we’ll find more here than currently meets the eye. But at the moment, it looks an awful lot like so many prostitution enforcement operations billed as “saving girls” from trafficking.

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But there is NOTHING in the world more disgusting than America’s hypocrisy on matters involving human sexuality. They have the largest porn industry but can pretend that the USA was built on 220 million hymens.

thanks for saving a Friday drunk. :stuck_out_tongue:

The americans are just stupid. It’s ok to show gore and violence on tv but show one matiti and all hell breaks loose. Dumb fucks.

The country that exports the largest quantities of porn and violent movies freaks out when some individuals buy or sell sex.

Prostitution is not allowable in a feminazi driven society. Since the west is moving towards becoming a feminazi autocracy, and prostitution is a threat to establishment of a feminist order, then we expect that the west and all countries heavily influenced by feminism and the female imperative will see unprecedented levels of police action and litigations against prostitution targeting mainly the men.

Brothels will disappear.

But hopefully, club hores will survive, since it is not easy to prove that a club pick-up was transactional.

Male emasculation 101 ,walijaribu na Chris brown , Bill cosby , Trump sasa Ni huyu Kraft ,a widower ,hii feminazi chieth will be the western world undoing

Gdamn-He was recorded on video. Receiving a massage.

Kraft who is worth up to $ 6 Billion has been in the business world for many years. He gained control of his father-in-law’s packaging company way back in 1968. And since then, he’s built an unimaginable empire. He founded a paper commodities company back in 1972, which produced packaging for some of the world’s most common products. Kraft’s packaging company was used virtually everywhere, and over the years, he added other companies to his resume. He eventually founded The Kraft Group for all of his different business ventures. He also had a stint as the president of New England television but sold his shares in the 1990s for an estimated $25 million.

With this kind of money, why not put an order to the Parlour to deliver two of its finest to his house for an all-nighter of Massage and Blow jobs?

With that amount of cash ningekuwa naletewa punani premium. Kitu swaffi imekaguliwa na madaktari.

A six-month human-trafficking and prostitution sting in massage parlors across Florida yielded hundreds of arrest warrants, including several from the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter where at least two business executives were charged of soliciting a prostitute.
Ten spas have closed since the operation that stretched from Palm Beach to Orlando, according to the Associated Press. Cameras inside and outside the businesses were reportedly planted in the operation, with videotapes revealing some of the defendants committing sexual acts.
News reports suggest that although a high-profile executive like New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was implicated in the sting operation, there were more revelations to come.
“There are people down there in that area, I’m told, who say that this story is going to heat up and get a lot worse,” ESPN’s NFL insider Adam Schefter said Friday.
“I’m also told that Robert Kraft is not the biggest name involved down there in South Florida,” Schefter added.

First-time offenders charged with solicitation are typically permitted to enroll in a diversion program and serve 100 hours of community service, a former prosecutor told the Associated Press.

Here are the executives who have been charged in Florida’s prostitution sting: