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    La Presse: STM cop accused of pimping underaged girls

    La Presse: STM public transit security cop accused of recruiting and pimping underaged girls.

    Trial started this week in Montreal.
    Full service clubs mention and rates quoted.

    Links provided to articles published in La Presse french newspaper.
    Maybe someone can translate in english?

    Monday:
    http://www.cyberpresse.ca/article/20...73237861012271

    Tuesday:
    http://www.cyberpresse.ca/article/20...73237861012271

    Wednesday:
    http://www.cyberpresse.ca/article/20...73237861012271

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    Are these even real cops?

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    nope, they dont have a gun, but they still have to go thru cop school

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    Not yet

    Not yet, they were scheduled to merge the STM security with the real Montreal police department SPM a year ago.

    Still waiting for a political decision.

    A number of the transit agents have a criminal record and won't make it as police officers.

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    The story in in the first section of Wednesday's Gazette, approx. page 7 or 8.

    Ronnie,
    Naughtylady
    They will forget what you said,
    they will forget what you did,
    but they will never forget the way you made them feel.

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    Does anyone know where these FS strip clubs are??

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    alicia working fs she is underage

    they were talking about a girl named alicia from philipine who was like 16 when she worked for him at le hilltop and chez diane and probably more fs club does anyone have some news about her .... ?????

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    Sentencing

    A story about the impending sentencing of the metro guard convicted of pimping underage girls that he met while on the job:

    Pimp charmed victims, court hears
    Metro cop guilty; First gave ice cream, later extracted cash
    The Gazette
    November 08, 2006

    Luring young women into prostitution has become so lucrative in Montreal, many criminals choose that over dealing drugs, a Montreal police detective specializing in sexual exploitation testified yesterday.

    As a backdrop to sentencing arguments for Alain Jean-Pierre, 31, a metro police officer convicted of living off the avails of prostitution, Det.-Sgt. Dominic Monchamp painted a picture of a burgeoning business in escort agencies, massage parlours, strip clubs and pornographic movies.

    He said his specialized squad, set up in 2002 with 15 full-time investigators to cover the entire province, has since been reduced to eight members despite the rise of exploitation of increasingly younger girls.

    There are two main types of pimps - those who use violence to control their "merchandise" and those who use charm to fill a void in the life of a young, neglected girl, Monchamp said.

    Jean-Pierre's trial was told he belonged to the second group, whose aura is fed by hip-hop music in which pimps are portrayed as desirable and cool. Jean-Pierre would wear his metro police uniform, approach teenage girls and offer them ice cream.

    He'd court them with flowers and gifts, telling them they could make more money dancing naked than working at a fast-food restaurant. Once they agreed to dance naked, sexual favours were demanded for customers, so the girls made thousands of dollars a week. Most of the money was turned over to Jean-Pierre, who held the girls in his grip.

    One of his victims, a 16-year-old whose name cannot be published, was taken to a bar where she performed oral sex and contact dances. She didn't want to do it, Quebec Court Judge Jean-Pierre Boyer wrote after finding Jean-Pierre guilty in May, but she felt she didn't have a choice if she wanted to win back her pimp, who had promised his love to other girls.

    Jean-Pierre was arrested in February 2003 after undercover police observed him shuttling women to and from strip clubs.

    Sentencing arguments are to be heard Nov. 30.
    Strasser: By the way, the murder of the couriers, what has been done?
    Renault: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects.
    Heinze: We already know who the murderer is.
    Strasser: Good. Is he in custody?
    Renault: Oh, there's no hurry. Tonight he'll be at Rick's. Everybody comes to Rick's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Ballz
    For your information a security agent is not suppose to arrest you
    Security agents cannot detain you for very long, but they are certainly allowed to arrest you. In Canada, anyone is allowed to perform a "Citizen's arrest" if they witness you committing an indictable offence.

    Please see Criminal Code s. 494 ( http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/C-46/text.html ) and SCC decision R. v. Asante‑Mensah, [2003] 2 S.C.R. 3 ( http://scc.lexum.umontreal.ca/en/200...2003scc38.html ) for more details.

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    voie de faits

    If any security agents touch you, you can pursue them for a (in french) " voie de faits" I dont know the term in english.The only way to arrest you is in saying "don't move".or "freeze". I'm not sure it will works.

    Mick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sticky Fingers
    If any security agents touch you, you can pursue them for a (in french) " voie de faits" I dont know the term in english.The only way to arrest you is in saying "don't move".or "freeze". I'm not sure it will works.

    This depends on exactly what happens. If the agents (or the police) hit you for no reason then they could be criminally responsible. But if you resist a lawful arrest by anyone, then that person can use reasonable force.

    Eg: If X breaks into my house and assaults my friend before my eyes, I (as a regular citizen) can arrest X. If X resists, then I can use reasonable force to detain him or her until the police arrive and I would not be guilty of "voie de faits".

    The moral of the story: never physically resist any arrest (unless of course you feel your life will be put in danger by the arresting person)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    This depends on exactly what happens. If the agents (or the police) hit you for no reason then they could be criminally responsible. But if you resist a lawful arrest by anyone, then that person can use reasonable force.
    ...
    The moral of the story: never physically resist any arrest (unless of course you feel your life will be put in danger by the arresting person)
    I believe that you're right. A friend of mine who used to be an undercover security guard told me that he was allowed to hold shoplifters until the police arrive and he was also allowed to use reasonable force/methods to prevent you from escaping. Regarding what Sticky Fingers wrote, saying "don't move" or "freeze" or "stop" wouldn't stop anyone.

    As a test, anyone believing that this is true can try to steal something from a store and then try to pursue the store or the store's undercover security guard for a French "voie de faits" when the store guard touches him/her.

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