Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Halifax Pimp jailed for trafficking underage girls



The Canadian Press is reporting that "A year and a half after a teenage girl escaped barefoot and crying from his basement, a 34-year-old Nova Scotia man has been sentenced to just under six years in prison for luring and trafficking two underage girls. In a written Nova Scotia Supreme Court ruling released Monday, Justice James Chipman accepted a joint recommendation from lawyers and sentenced Leeanthon Oliver to eight years in prison, less 840 days spent on remand. Oliver made contact with the two girls, both from Pictou County, on separate occasions in early 2017, befriending them online before transporting them to Halifax and forcing them into prostitution." The girls were both 15 years old. This guy is a dirt bag.

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  1. I volunteer to beat this guy with a bat (extremities only) until I either get tired or until his screams for mercy manage to overcome my sense of outrage that people like this are allowed to continue to waste oxygen that could be better used by puppy-dogs.

    "Just Say No To Oxygen Thieves"

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  2. And he'll be out in how long?!

    This is the kind of person tameshigiri was invented for.

    I volunteer after trailrunner; but for tameshigiri.

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  3. Being well aware of what Tameshigiri is, I agree. Let's not get too creative though, "when one stares" etc.. The job needing to be done is one thing but the wise provider to the afterlife of souls deserving of an accelerated timeline does what they can to minimize "stareback".

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  4. gentlemen,gentlemen. violence is not the solution to this situation. A longer prison sentence might have been. I'm not one for long prison sentences, even for murder, but this is one crime which needs to see min. of 15 years for, because this crime is some what like murder. it destroys the young girls and their lives will never be the same. the one other thing which needs to be done is the system needs to provide young women such as these victims with professional counselling and financial support until they can get their lives on track again

    Schools and parents do a fairly good job these days of ensuring their children don't go any where with strangers, but once children reach their teens, that type of education stops. schools might want to ensure they continue to adjust the information for the age level and that includes teenagers being taught what to look for when being recruited by pimps No one likes to thing about it, but it happens and education might help the kids and the parents

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    1. Actually it is the only solution. Without violence, Hitler would never have been stopped.

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  5. a sanctioned world war such as WW II to stop Hitler is much different than vigilante justice, which is what I consider the suggested actions by the first two commenters. I certainly understand their feelings but where does it end. do we extend the violence to drug dealers, muggers, car thieves, bank fraud. We live in what is supposed to be a civilized society which has a police and justice system and I am of the firm belief it is best left to that system.

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    1. Yes they are suggesting vigilantism which I do not support. However, I do want to be clear in that sometimes the use of force is indeed necessary.

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