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  • Creeker
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    She can call 9-1-1 just as you can.

    No enforcement action can be taken until there is actually a "victim".

    ...And I think you may want to consider it may not be a "she" at all, for all you know...

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  • FNA209
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    Originally posted by Chaplain Keppy
    I just realized this is in the "Ask a Cop" area-- I am not a cop and shouldn't have posted.

    Sorry.
    You're a Police Chaplain! I'm not going to argue with you posting. I want you on my side!

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  • Chaplain Keppy
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    Oops...

    I just realized this is in the "Ask a Cop" area-- I am not a cop and shouldn't have posted.

    Sorry.

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  • Chaplain Keppy
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    Red Alert...

    Doesn't feel right to me, FutureLEO04. Watch out.

    IF there's truth to her story and IF she actually wants help, a call to a rape hotline will put her in touch with the resources she needs, and people trained to deal with the different aspects of such situations.

    However...

    If it is NOT true, you've got someone on your hands who, for whatever reason, is willing to lie to you, to play with your emotions, and is trying to put you in the rescuer role when in fact she doesn't need rescuing.

    And IF it is true, but she's NOT ready to get help, you can't help her anyway.

    It's a noble thing to want to help someone who needs help, but don't squander your emotional energy on a pretender. There ARE folks who want drama in their life and will use you in an attempt to get attention. Save your efforts for those who actually need it and will try to help themselves.

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  • savage4presiden
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    I have a friend that liked this hot *** girl. She did the same thing you said: Confess she had been raped. It turned out she was lying to gain sympathy. Manipulative little b*tch, it almost worked.

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  • SuperSix5
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    Saying you were raped on the internet does not constitute internet crime. The FBI/local PD computer crimes divisions have way better things to do then investigate something unsubstantiated like this.

    Ignore what John Q Public is telling you here, they don't have the knowledge LEOs have. Listen to the cops who've answered you already. Do not get involved with this person.

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  • ReneeFun1
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    I'm not a cop, but you should be able to give this tip to a department of law enforcement that deals with internet crime (FBI maybe). They can trace who she is from her email or IM and if you have or can get any clue who is abusing her even by first names you might be able to help anonymously.
    Last edited by ReneeFun1; 06-28-2005, 07:22 PM. Reason: misspelled a word

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  • Tattoo'd Angel
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    Originally posted by Radio
    Then he proceeds to tell us about how he had "Moon Dust put inside of him" as an expirement and how it F%#%ed up his life and how they need to fix it and so on.......
    Moon Dust = some pretty bad Angel Dust????

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  • Radio
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    speaking of wich.

    Another officer and I met up at Ci Ci's pizza for lunch today.
    As we left we were approached by one of the "new" local homeless guys.
    He was telling us this story about how his grandfather helped or did design the space shuttle. As he went on about his story and asking where Nasa was (45 min drive away) and how he could get some info regarding his past and so on and so forth. After listening to his story for a few he sounded intellegent and knew what he was talking about giveing his story "Some" credibality.
    After about 15 min of talking to him he starts going on about if he went down there would they may put him in a psych worde because of his story. Then he proceeds to tell us about how he had "Moon Dust put inside of him" as an expirement and how it F%#%ed up his life and how they need to fix it and so on.......

    Needless to say I got a page at that very moment telling us (lunch partner and i) that we had a Residential alarm to go to. We get to the cars and he is like where we gotta go. No where i stated just away from him. LOL

    kooo kooo

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  • Tattoo'd Angel
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    On the internet, spilling her guts about something that tragic to a total stranger.. sounds more like a cry for attention. She's got issues, and you don't want anything to do with that. If you've already given her your two cents, stick her on "ignore" and get the heck out. One day really soon that desire to talk to you will wind up as "can I meet up with you, I feel really bad tonight" and you want out BEFORE then. Listen to the guys on here, I'll bet MOST are talking from experience on this. Learn from them.

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  • GrayW4442
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    Originally posted by Tennsix
    Don't touch that with a 10 foot pole. IF she is telling the truth and you get involved, you will be way over your head. If she is lying, you will be in even deeper. Either way she has major issues and the internet is not the place to deal with it.

    DO NOT offer to meet her in person. DO NOT get involved.

    Ditto, Get the F*** outta there, and dont look back. I hear sob stories everyday and the majority are BS

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  • BlackKnight
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    Originally posted by Radio
    Agree. Leave it alone. Walk away now.
    I disagree. Run like hell.

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  • Radio
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    Originally posted by Tennsix
    Don't touch that with a 10 foot pole. IF she is telling the truth and you get involved, you will be way over your head. If she is lying, you will be in even deeper. Either way she has major issues and the internet is not the place to deal with it.

    DO NOT offer to meet her in person. DO NOT get involved.

    Agree. Leave it alone. Walk away now.

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  • pkagel
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    Gotta back ya up on this one Tennsix

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  • Tennsix
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    Don't touch that with a 10 foot pole. IF she is telling the truth and you get involved, you will be way over your head. If she is lying, you will be in even deeper. Either way she has major issues and the internet is not the place to deal with it.

    DO NOT offer to meet her in person. DO NOT get involved.
    Last edited by Tennsix; 06-28-2005, 08:07 AM.

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