Monday, November 16, 2009

So you think the Capital Region is just about Paterson, Bruno, Montserrate & Politrix?

Just to prove that the Capital Region is right up there with the big metro areas, I have two amazing stories that appear on page B2 of the Sunday Gazette (nope, it's not online unless you're a subscriber!)

Which story do you find more incredible? I think the "African Sex Slave" takes the cake!

#1 - "Ballston Spa: Kidnap suspect gang connection a worry for DA" - Wow! There's this guy who has buddies who work in a South Broadway restaurant - they all have ties to MS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha)- and (somebody call Michelle Malkin) they're ALL illegal immigrants! The DA wants to examine under a blacklight the skin of a fellow named Victor Hernandez-Perez to see if Vic has any gang tattoos! Victor has been indicted on 15 charges related to the alleged assault of a Saratoga Springs woman who told police she was grabbed off the street, forced into a mini-van, stripped naked and told she would be raped and murdered! Investigators think it was a gang initiation! YIKES! She escaped by bolting and jumping out of the moving van... this would make a good ep of Law & Order!

# 2 - "Albany: Man pleads to attempt to import African sex slaves" - Hang onto your chair! 50-year old Lester Dutcher apaprently wanted to import an African girl to come to the states to cook clean and have sex with Lester and the Missus! (Don't let Lester watch last week's rp of 'Gossip Girl") - Lester is accused of being active online since 2006 trying to arrange a transaction whereby he could purchase women! Thankfully, there's no evidence he ever got anybody to come over!
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