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    TER board owner charged with hiring hitmen to murder well-known hobbyist

    Check this out:

    https://terb.cc/vbulletin/showpost.p...29&postcount=1

    Here is what Dave of Phoenix had been posting about the guy on his popular blog:
    http://www.sexwork.com/terbad.html

    Read more about it here on Terb:

    https://terb.cc/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=224982

    Un-f$&$in believable!!!!! By the way, many of us corresponded with Dave of Phoenix years ago back in the days of Canbest. He was a somewhat well-known hobbyist at the time whom we could rely on for recommendations about the Mtl scene. Heck, he was also a member of my infamous `Doc Holliday`s Saloon`, back in the day.....

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    Geez whiz... you just never know.

    An interesting sidebar to this story:

    Have you noticed how difficult it it to hire true hit men. So very often one ends up hiring a police man or agent.

    I guess we don't know the successes, but time after time after time, whether here or in the states, they end up with a cop or an agent.

    Why? You may know someone pretty heavily involved in crime but even they draw the line at murder for one or another or more reasons. They ain't into it, they know the cops put the most effort into solving murders, they know the person hiring them isn't a professional criminal and would crack under very little pressure and/or the guy hired knows he can score serious points and get great favours from the cops if he turns in a murderer.

    So it all makes you think twice about hiring one.... there is another important factor too; the lack of any standards or licensing board for hit men... their work is terribly spotty and as often as not the job is bungled. True professionals are indeed rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee
    Geez whiz... you just never know.

    An interesting sidebar to this story:

    Have you noticed how difficult it it to hire true hit men. So very often one ends up hiring a police man or agent.

    I guess we don't know the successes, but time after time after time, whether here or in the states, they end up with a cop or an agent.

    Why? You may know someone pretty heavily involved in crime but even they draw the line at murder for one or another or more reasons. They ain't into it, they know the cops put the most effort into solving murders, they know the person hiring them isn't a professional criminal and would crack under very little pressure and/or the guy hired knows he can score serious points and get great favours from the cops if he turns in a murderer.

    So it all makes you think twice about hiring one.... there is another important factor too; the lack of any standards or licensing board for hit men... their work is terribly spotty and as often as not the job is bungled. True professionals are indeed rare.
    There isn't a review board for hitmen!

    Too much "bait & switch"...

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    Lol..I thought it was a joke.
    Wow...this has gotten serious.
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    There isn't a review board for hitmen!
    Dommage!

    Seriously and completely hypothetically though (and I appreciate not too much can be said publicly but please PM me where necessary) how would one hire a hit man for a job where the victim was suffering from cancer in the most horrible way and wanted to die sooner rather then later and all is family is in agreement?

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    Very god point Dee. It works both ways though, if the Hit man is caught the prosecutors could offer a very attractive deal to give up his employer. At least that's what happens on Law & Order
    Last edited by rollingstone; 02-16-2009 at 09:15 PM.

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    Smile See "" David Elms "" in pictures thanks to the N.Y. Times here on Merb !

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/17/us/17erotic.html

    The guy is only 37 years old ... and not very "" pretty ""

    Freddy must be better looking !


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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyNadya
    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/17/us/17erotic.html

    The guy is only 37 years old ... and not very "" pretty ""

    Freddy must be better looking !

    I guess after acting like an ass.... for so long, you end up looking like one!

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    It's been known for quite some time that the owner of TER has coerced many escorts / agencies into freebies in exchange for preferential treatment or even being allowed on his site. He's not the cream of society for sure.
    Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction) English, motherfu*ker, do you speak it?

    Typical Yankee fan in the Merb Sports Section!! Bwwaahh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee
    Dommage!

    Seriously and completely hypothetically though (and I appreciate not too much can be said publicly but please PM me where necessary) how would one hire a hit man for a job where the victim was suffering from cancer in the most horrible way and wanted to die sooner rather then later and all is family is in agreement?
    why would one hire another person to do that?

    it is still murder, and the family / participants can be charged with a crime.

    http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpag...seconal&st=cse

    for instructions on how to die.
    You are cordially invited to toss my salad. There's an app for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouVantOption
    why would one hire another person to do that?

    it is still murder, and the family / participants can be charged with a crime.

    http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpag...seconal&st=cse

    for instructions on how to die.

    Insurance purposes come to mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastender
    Insurance purposes come to mind.
    oh right, so murder and insurance fraud.

    great idea.
    You are cordially invited to toss my salad. There's an app for that!

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    Thanks Maria and YouWantOption...

    In my hypothetical example any insurances entitlements would be waived before the dead was done...

    I'll read the article YWO in detail... in general browsing it seems like those who try to commit suicide have somewhat more success then hit men but still very often foul things up too, just leaving themselves in a worse situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyNadya
    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/17/us/17erotic.html

    The guy is only 37 years old ... and not very "" pretty ""

    Freddy must be better looking !

    Hey I resemble that remark, except with more gray, no facial hair and a much lighter and better complexion. Oh and without the crime.
    Last edited by wasisname; 02-17-2009 at 01:31 PM.

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    Thumbs down

    Quote Originally Posted by wasisname
    Oh and without the crime.


    That's a good one !


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