Skip to comments.Rangers: Murder suspects met Abilene officer through Craigslist
Posted on 09/23/2015 8:38:26 AM PDT by bgill
According to court documents, (Officer Don) Allen created a posting on Craigslist under the personal ads. The suspects responded to the ad and arranged to meet with the victim, a Texas Ranger stated in the affidavit. The documents go on to reveal the suspects insisted the victim used an alias during their contact with him. KTXS viewed the ad before its removal from the site on Monday and deemed it to be too explicit for publication... "Electronic evidence, which we believe will more definitively reveal the nature of the relationship, is still being processed at the Department of Public Safety Crime Lab.
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FYI, he died by strangulation and his feet and hands were bound.
The police say they didn't mislead anyone by not correcting the assumption the msm took that is was another #BLM cop killing. They say they aren't releasing more information because that would jeopardize other investigations. So, more kinky Craigslist stuff or what?
So another erotic asphyxiation death by misadventure perhaps.
Like with Carradine but bisexual and with a playmate of each sex.
This is where that anything between consenting adults crap goes.
Sex crimes are “victimless” right?
Here is a different moral absolutes angle for you.
New on Craigslist: ‘Homicide Victims’ section...
its no less an addiction than heroin ....you keep having to increase your dose of it to reach the same high..
its like those tv cop shows...its not good enough to feature one murder, you have to feature serial murderers with sadistic and graphic images....
#BDS&M Lives Matter.
Another non-ambush, not out-of-the-blue killing.
Delete this from the “rash of police killings” list.
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