I'm still failing to see how all of this plays out as a felony. He sees a beautiful women, invites her to his office, tests the water, steps over the line, calls back to apologize for being hasty, meets for a chat, wants to know if they can go upstairs to get better acquainted. I'm sure if she had told him to get lost in his office, when he called back, at the restaurant, etc. that would have been it. But without the police asking her to keep dangling her carrots in front of him, what else would have happened? The article never mentions any other reason than personal why she would be meeting with her. Was it work? A business deal? Some other motive for her to visit him in his office after meeting at a party?
This happens about a million times a day. It's kind of important to the propagation of the human race if you ask me. Or is it now illegal to make a physical pass at someone you think is giving you the go-ahead signs? No wonder the DA was having cold sweats about the history of the witness and how she just happened to be involved in making sexual allegations against a chain of other older, very rich, politically connected men. Being a powerful person's "special friend" is the worlds oldest profession. I'm sure he wasn't (and isn't) lacking in candidates.
Entrapment is entrapment, even if the police borrow the tits to entrap you.
Last edited by GooberMcNutly (2017-10-10 21:19:05)
This happens about a million times a day. It's kind of important to the propagation of the human race if you ask me.
Are you sure about that? You live in Fl, look around you.
Exploratory gropes were passable male behavior when we were kids, Sagans and Sagans of new spawn ago, long before every misstep became public record for all but the well heeled.