Who are the real rentboys?

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So they never managed to put any of the Wall St. bankers in jail for crashing the economy, but they arrest these guys and call a press conference? They must be so proud.

Federal agents raided the Manhattan headquarters of Rentboy.com as part of a money laundering and state prostitution investigation Tuesday, authorities said.

Seven people, including CEO Jeffrey Hurant, were arrested as part of the raid at the Rentboy.com offices on 14th Street and Fifth Avenue. Department of Homeland Security agents and members of the NYPD, which assisted in the raid, were seen removing boxes from the offices Tuesday.

The site bills itself as “the world’s destination to meet the perfect male escort or masseur,” and boasts a database of more than 10,500 men in more than 2,100 cities worldwide.

Users can search for a rentboy or masseur on the site by country and city, as well as by rate, age, talents and a variety of physical features.

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  1. What the hell does this have to do with Homeland Security? I didn’t realize male prostitution was one of the weapons of international terrorism being used against America. They’ll no doubt say it was the money laundering which got HS’s attention, but I suspect they just get the warrant-free wiretaps more readily if it is for something “terror-related”, plus they can cough up some expendable phony overseas “target individuals” to tie it all up in a nice, neat, we-saved-you-all-again-from-terrorists package to present to the public. The FBI’s “official illegal public lies” office is only tasked with lying to protect the identities of their confidential informants. Maybe they are expanding their operations? Who knows? After all, they could have just made it all up from start to finish, because it’s now legal for them to do so. But they PROMISED it would only be for protecting informants. Just as they likewise promised the Patriot Act would NEVER be applied to non-terrorist crimes. That promise didn’t last a year.

    Plus, this way they can use the “Guantanamo Hotel” angle when interrogating the parties involved, can’t they? Gosh, threats of waterboarding and torture probably make people confess right away, I’d think. Even the guilty ones.

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