The bitch was asking for it!
A jury in Bexar County, Texas just acquitted Ezekiel Gilbert of charges that he murdered a 23-year-old Craigslist escort—agreeing that because he was attempting to retrieve the $150 he’d paid to Lenora Ivie Frago, who wouldn’t have sex with him, his actions were justified.Gilbert had admitted to shooting Frago in the neck on Christmas Eve 2009, when she accepted $150 from Gilbert and left his home without having sex with him. Frago, who was paralyzed by the shooting, died several months later.
Gilbert’s defense argued that the shooting wasn’t meant to kill, and that Gilbert’s actions were justified, because he believed that sex was included as part of the fee. Texas law allows people “to use deadly force to recover property during a nighttime theft.”
See, this is why prostitution is not a victimless crime. The man who pays thinks he owns you — yet we’ve outlawed dwarf-tossing in some places, even when the person is willing and well-paid! Isn’t the real problem that some women simply need good jobs that don’t involve being debased by someone who rented you for an hour?
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“to recover property during a nighttime theft” So the guy would have been guilty of murder if this happened during the daytime? What the fuck is in Tejas water???
“thinks he owns you?!” It looks like in Texas, he literally does. Slavery lives . . . in Texas.
The choosy choice agency crowd never seem to have a thing to say about this.
I can stone guarantee that if he walked off without paying and she shot him, a conviction is a certainty.
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