LI Bust

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  1. fuhecu2

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    are these people stupid to practice massage without a license..i usually see a license when i go to these places..bogus busts..someone was also surprised how sash's tits looked so good on a 43 yr old..when you buy them they'll stand up on a 70 yr old

    fu2
  2. wolf5958

    wolf5958 lil Fuzzybear

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    The funny thing is the felony count is a violation of the education code.
  3. swiggy

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    I believe its a felony because they do it without a license. they are actually after the misdemeanor which is the sex. they have the two counts and that is how they probably get them to plea bargain. I doubt many of these go to trial
  4. theladiesman

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    Felony...massage... those two words don't belong in the same sentence.
  5. TheRicker

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    I thought 277 was under the radar? guess not!
  6. whereitat

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    Glad to hear no customers were busted in the mix.
  7. Bandaid

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    I agree that this shouldn't be a priority. It's not necessary to bust all providers to put a stop to human trafficking in illegals or vulnerable women. But it's not going to happen that prostitution is decriminalized or legalized. There's no real public support for it and suppressing the hobby is popular.

    It's not entrapment. Entrapment is getting somebody to do what they wouldn't normally do, and you couldn't say that about providers. The cops can do a lot before it's entrapment.
  8. vornado

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    I don't know if Sasa was working that day...
    Does anyone know?
  9. fortydog

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    Also, I would think the officer would be buck naked when/if any 'offer' was made. That never makes the papers or police reports though.
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2008
  10. OpenMind

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    It is one thing to arrest the poor hard working women, but another to do it via entrapment. We all know that these nice women never initiate anything and it's the customers that entice them for more. If LE followed the rules, these women would not be arrested as it would not be solicitation on the part of the providers. It's a shame because there really are so many other Long Island crimes such as growing number of burglaries, home invasions, gang violence, car break-ins and I can't believe that priority is given to head-line grabbing sensationalistic events such as these. What if someone has no other means of getting sexual relief other then pay for it? Would we rather that those people take their frustrations out in other ways then simply do it in a private setting between adults? What a prudish society we are that we can't accept this as legal behavior when done in a private setting between adults when many countries around the world have legalized this. We could administer health checks and collect tax royalties as opposed to spending money fighting this so called "crime".
  11. Bandaid

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    The law's not going to be changed. The laws would probably pass a referendum by a comfortable margin.
  12. ChuckUFarlie

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    Felony massage? Felony massage? Felony massage?

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    hahahhahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhaah

    It it weren't so funny I'd be crying
  13. swiggy

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    so Sasha was either 43 or 44? How did she get those tits to stay up like that?
  14. Pumper

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    The laws need to be changed.

    I can't believe that my tax dollars are spent sending resources after felony massaging. Unbelievable. I want may tax money back.
  15. Bandaid

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    1. Me neither. I've never had it directly suggested. Maybe the cops take "what you want?" as an offer of sex for money, or they play dumb when the girl, er, middle aged woman, gives the "what you want?" line, so as to induce her to be more explicit.

    2. I cringe when I think of the ones I actually thought looked old. How the hell old were they?
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2008
  16. RuffToy

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    Two points:
    1. Whenever I read these articles, there is usually the statement "masseuses who undercover detectives said offered to perform sex acts for more cash". Now my experiences, and maybe someone has experienced this differently, AMP girls never directly suggest sex for money. They may initiate with touching or may point for permission but I have never had one offer up a menu. The operative word in that statement is offered which I have a hard time believing.

    2. Notice the ages. It's always like that. No matter what you estimate, they're much older than you think.

    Be careful out there!
  17. jackmeyoffer2005

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    Farmingdale AMP bust

    SIX WOMEN CHARGED IN MASSAGE-PARLOR STINGS
    September 14, 2008
    Six women in Hicksville and Farmingdale, swept up in a police sting yesterday, have been arrested and charged with felony massaging without a license, authorities said. Two of the masseuses who undercover detectives said offered to perform sex acts for more cash were also charged with prostitution, Nassau police said. The two, both of Flushing, are Yanping Zhang, 44, of 147-07 Beech Ave., and Cairong Sun, 43, of 137-20 45th Ave., police said. Zhang and Sun were arrested at 277 Main St. in Farmingdale, police said. Arrested on the single felony charge of unlicensed practice of massage are: Lanjun Zhao, of 42-08 Stall St., Shunji Jin, 55, of 144-39 Sanford Ave., and Ying Cui, 59, of 144-16 35th Ave., all of Flushing; and Shu Ma, 51, of 28 Steven St. in Plainview. Ma and Zhao were arrested at 455 Main St. in Farmingdale; Cui and Jin were arrested at 181 Old Country Rd. in Hicksville. The women are to be arraigned today in First District Court in Hempstead, police said.

    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/nassau/ny-sundexm5842595sep14,0,5997284.story
  18. RuffToy

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    LI busts

    SIX WOMEN CHARGED IN MASSAGE-PARLOR STINGS

    MATTHEW CHAYES
    September 14, 2008

    Six women in Hicksville and Farmingdale, swept up in a police sting yesterday, have been arrested and charged with felony massaging without a license, authorities said. Two of the masseuses who undercover detectives said offered to perform sex acts for more cash were also charged with prostitution, Nassau police said. The two, both of Flushing, are Yanping Zhang, 44, of 147-07 Beech Ave., and Cairong Sun, 43, of 137-20 45th Ave., police said. Zhang and Sun were arrested at 277 Main St. in Farmingdale, police said. Arrested on the single felony charge of unlicensed practice of massage are: Lanjun Zhao, of 42-08 Stall St., Shunji Jin, 55, of 144-39 Sanford Ave., and Ying Cui, 59, of 144-16 35th Ave., all of Flushing; and Shu Ma, 51, of 28 Steven St. in Plainview. Ma and Zhao were arrested at 455 Main St. in Farmingdale; Cui and Jin were arrested at 181 Old Country Rd. in Hicksville. The women are to be arraigned today in First District Court in Hempstead, police said. The women are to be arraigned today in First District Court in Hempstead, police said.
  19. biohazard

    biohazard Moderator

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    Trust me you wouldn't want what "Shirley's" putting out
  20. Slinky Bender

    Slinky Bender The All Powerful Moderator

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    One thing seems to be clear: Shirley doesn't put out.