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Written by: Geenie - 11th Dec, 2007 - 1:42am Trinidad Safety Reply
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Is there a lot of pedophiles in your area?


I believe that there are a lot of paedophiles all around the world. In Trinidad, it is good that people are actually speaking out. Long ago, it was considered a "taboo" to discuss these things, let alone report it to the relevant authorities.


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It seemed there was sort of a disgust (naturally) toward him, and a hint that these age difference couples are many, but then someone mentioned that he probably never be caught--is that typical?


Sometimes these perverts are caught and other times, the family may be fearful to pursue the matter due to reprisals.


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Did I understand that the only reason he attacked her was because her family rejected him and his idea of a relationship--(sick idea!)?


I believe that he deliberately attacked her as his way of showing the family that he could kill her very easily if he wanted to or even rape her!

Unfortunately, these perverts seem to stalk young girls since they are vulnerable and easier to manipulate. It is great to see that the family did not approve of him because he was too old for her. Sometimes, there are destitute families that would encourage the relationship, if the admirer was affluent. Very sad but true.
Written by: AlaskanLDS - 16th Nov, 2007 - 5:54am Trinidad Safety Reply
This is amazing! The courage he had to go after him even after he had attacked him in the stomach! I went and read the article and also some of the comments. Is there a lot of pedophiles in your area? It seemed there was sort of a disgust (naturally) toward him, and a hint that these age difference couples are many, but then someone mentioned that he probably never be caught--is that typical? I was interested in reading more--I will have to go through this forum and see if I can learn something new. Thanks for posting this--it was an amazing example of the power in families.

Did I understand that the only reason he attacked her was because her family rejected him and his idea of a relationship--(sick idea!)?
Written by: Geenie - 16th Nov, 2007 - 4:30am Trinidad Safety Reply
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First off, what is a man wanting to do with a fifteen year old?


Unfortunately, this is the world that we live in. When an adult male is unable to have a normal, healthy relationship with a woman his own age, older or a few years younger, he preys on females who are very young and innocent, naive, weak, easy to control and manipulate. The sad part about this is, most of these men are aware of what they are doing is immoral but they go ahead and chase after the forbidden fruit because the temptation is too great. Somehow, seeking underage females, satisfies some kind of depraved need that gnaws away at the core of their soul. Evil has so many faces....
Written by: JB - 14th Nov, 2007 - 3:23am TT Crime Reply
First off, what is a man wanting to do with a fifteen year old? Come on.

Next, good on the kid, he must be related to David.
Written by: Geenie - 12th Nov, 2007 - 9:22pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Nine year old kids love to ride bicycles, play football, cricket or learn new exciting games with friends. But this nine year old boy had to defend his fifteen year old sister, from being killed by a forty five year old man. Apparently the forty five year old man, was once considered a family friend, wanted a relationship with the fifteen year old girl but the family did not approve of this. So the man chose to chop fifteen year old Nikita Williams with a cutlass. Her brother, Negus Simon, rescued his sister from her attacker by throwing two large stones at the man. What a brave young fellow! Here are more details on this report:

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/index.pl/ar...ws?id=161233978

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