Florida: The Patriot’s Owner and Sex Slaves

I read a bunch of news stories this morning all pretty much agreeing that when Robert Kraft allegedly used the services of a Florida massage parlor, he was interacting with modern day sex slavery.

Most of the ‘workers’ were young Asian girls (Chinese and South Koreans) who cannot speak English and lived at the establishment.

But, what I didn’t find was any report or opinion piece throwing any blame at our LEGAL immigration system that is allowing such large numbers of young women into the US on visas of some sort. Does no one at the US State Department or in USCIS see any red flags with visas from China?

 

Sex slavery in Florida

Here is just one article (by Eric MacLeish at the Boston Globe) about what Robert Kraft has alleged to have participated in.

Sounds like the same type of operation we heard about in rural New Hampshire, here, where they weren’t catching big fish like Kraft, but did arrest some of the Chinese ring-leaders.

Why the allegations against Robert Kraft are a big deal

 

In the wake of the disclosures involving Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft allegedly soliciting two prostitutes at the Orchids of Asia Spa in Juniper, Fla., some commentators have suggested that the charges may get dismissed at the arraignment and that they only involve two alleged misdemeanors for which Kraft cannot be extradited from Massachusetts to Florida. So, no big deal and according to some, Kraft’s place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame looks pretty secure.

Robert Kraft
Maybe the Kraft bust will do us a great service by educating a lot of people about our flawed immigration system!

Kraft has issued a carefully worded statement denying that he did anything against the law. He’s entitled to a trial. The police say that they have video evidence of him engaging in a sex act with two prostitutes that he allegedly paid. Unless it’s another person on that video, a trial seems unlikely. So should all of this go away for Kraft in a neat plea deal?

It should not. Investigators in Florida report that the women working at the spa are victims of a human trafficking operation where they were coerced into performing as many as 15 sex acts a day.

Apparently, many live and sleep at the spa and are undoubtedly working without pay based on some fictitious debt that they incurred for being smuggled into the United States. Some were discovered squatting at the back of the spa, cooking on a hot plate. We don’t know all of the details yet, but let’s be clear. If the allegations are true, Robert Kraft has in effect aided and abetted an organization involving human slavery.

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In cases involving statutory rape (when a child is below the age of consent), it is typically not a defense when a victim misidentifies his or her age. It’s the responsibility of the defendant to find out how old he or she is. There are no charges of underage victims here, but a similar rule should apply. A 2018 Polaris report estimates that there were 9,000 storefront operations similar to Orchids of Asia employing exploited women in the sale of sex, with revenues totaling $2.5 billion.

Most of the women are from China or South Korea and most do not have a high school education. It was up to Kraft to understand the type of operation he was entering on those two visits.

There are more than 400,000 human beings held as slaves in the United States.

More here.

question markWhat do you do? Educate your friends and family members to this horrific practice, and if one of the 9,000 storefront operations is near you, keep an eye on them and look for signs that the Asian girls are not free to leave the establishment and then let the authorities know.

 

8 thoughts on “Florida: The Patriot’s Owner and Sex Slaves

  1. Kraft and the other two billionaires so entrapped should buy enough votes in Congress to have
    “hand jobs” and “blow jobs” (the only activity recorded) between consenting adults legislated in US as legal. Then “Human Trafficking” for that purpose would not exist, and many thousands of women could legally clear an income 2-3 times what they otherwise earn.

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  2. Great. Published: http://bit.ly/2Xmpavw

    Rich

    On Mon, Feb 25, 2019 at 6:32 AM Frauds, Crooks and Criminals wrote:

    > Ann Corcoran posted: “I read a bunch of news stories this morning all > pretty much agreeing that when Robert Kraft allegedly used the services of > a Florida massage parlor, he was interacting with modern day sex slavery. > Most of the ‘workers’ were young Asian girls (Chinese and” >

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  3. “But, what I didn’t find was any report or opinion piece throwing any blame at our LEGAL immigration system that is allowing such large numbers of young women into the US on visas of some sort.” — A visa generally isn’t a form of immigration, Ann.

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    1. So are you telling me the girls leave the country and then come back again at a later date with another visa? Or, are they all visa overstays?

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  4. No, what I’m telling you is exactly what I said above, no need for interpretation or to put words in my mouth: A visa isn’t a form of immigration. So the issue has nothing to do with legal immigration as you wrote above. If someone comes here on a tourist visa and overstays, for example, or works (like Melania Trump), it has nothing to do with our legal immigration system.

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        1. Hi again, Since you are knowledgeable about our immigration system, I’m inviting you to write a guest column for my blog. Try to stick with the facts (no name calling) and tell my readers how these Chinese girls came to be in America and why that is a good thing for us. Be sure to explain how visas for this sort of ‘job’ aren’t part of our legal immigration system. I believe that once in here, they never leave. See if you can find out if they are visa overstays. If you stay under about 500 words your piece will more likely be read. Send the text in an e-mail to my e-mail address on Frauds and Crooks home page. Thanks!

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