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High-Dollar Escort Service: Man pleads guilty in sex ring

There are 38 comments on the Charlotte.com story from Jan 23, 2008, titled High-Dollar Escort Service: Man pleads guilty in sex ring. In it, Charlotte.com reports that:

“We're hoping much less than two years.”

Donald Saxon, whose wife is accused of running a high-priced prostitution ring in Charlotte, could spend more than two years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday for his role in the operation.

Saxon, 52, entered his pleas in federal court less than a week after his 57-year-old wife, Sallie Saxon, pleaded guilty in a deal with prosecutors that could put her behind bars for up to four years. Donald Saxon, standing before U.S. District Judge Frank Whitney, apologized for hurting his family. Read more

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Donna

Concord, NC

#1 Jan 30, 2008
This kind of junk is exactly what is wrong the the world. Why are these kind of places allowed to operate at all. They are all over the internet. Just like pornography it is all so easy to get to on the internet. There has got to be something done. It has gotten so out of control.
another city

Raleigh, NC

#2 Jan 31, 2008
Donna wrote:
This kind of junk is exactly what is wrong the the world. Why are these kind of places allowed to operate at all. They are all over the internet. Just like pornography it is all so easy to get to on the internet. There has got to be something done. It has gotten so out of control.
I agree but its all about the dollars and how much kickback the politicians are getting. My question is which one of the citys high officials got their part cut and caused this ring to suddenly be busted after 7 years of operation.
Mr Bill

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Jan 31, 2008
another city wrote:
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I agree but its all about the dollars and how much kickback the politicians are getting. My question is which one of the citys high officials got their part cut and caused this ring to suddenly be busted after 7 years of operation.
No it is not all about the dollar/money. The real reason this is allowed to exist and florish is an attempt to destroy peoples mind, their capacity for reason. You can control and destroy an entire culture through this kind of thing. Dont forget the rash of shootings (Virginia Tech, Columbine, etc) that were provoked by an addiction to "point and shoot" video games by Microsoft and others.
Curious

Columbus, OH

#4 Jan 31, 2008
I hope the names of ALL who participated are made public, right on the front page of the papers.
I think we'll be shocked to know the corporate big shots that participated.
another city

Raleigh, NC

#5 Jan 31, 2008
Curious wrote:
I hope the names of ALL who participated are made public, right on the front page of the papers.
I think we'll be shocked to know the corporate big shots that participated.
dont leave out the politicians
another city

Raleigh, NC

#6 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill wrote:
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No it is not all about the dollar/money. The real reason this is allowed to exist and florish is an attempt to destroy peoples mind, their capacity for reason. You can control and destroy an entire culture through this kind of thing. Dont forget the rash of shootings (Virginia Tech, Columbine, etc) that were provoked by an addiction to "point and shoot" video games by Microsoft and others.
Sorry I believe its the money and power that control people. Those kids didnt kill because of video games, give me a break. Get off the games people who kill have serious problems other than video games. I personally think the killings were for the fame. The first high school shooting got so much fame that other people who didnt have a lot of friends or widely known said hey if Im going to take myself out I might as well do it where I will be famous and people will talk about me for years to come.
Mr Bill

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Jan 31, 2008
another city wrote:
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Sorry I believe its the money and power that control people. Those kids didnt kill because of video games, give me a break. Get off the games people who kill have serious problems other than video games. I personally think the killings were for the fame. The first high school shooting got so much fame that other people who didnt have a lot of friends or widely known said hey if Im going to take myself out I might as well do it where I will be famous and people will talk about me for years to come.
It's funny how a person's attitude will change when you hit on something they like. The video point and shoot games now in distribution is the cause of the rash of school shootings. And more importantly it is the "intent" of the game makers like Microsoft and others to create a entire culture of young zombies who will kill on demand.
another city

Raleigh, NC

#8 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill wrote:
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It's funny how a person's attitude will change when you hit on something they like. The video point and shoot games now in distribution is the cause of the rash of school shootings. And more importantly it is the "intent" of the game makers like Microsoft and others to create a entire culture of young zombies who will kill on demand.
I dont believe that. If video games were the culprit I would have taken out several schools by now.
Mr Bill

Saint Paul, MN

#9 Jan 31, 2008
another city wrote:
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I dont believe that. If video games were the culprit I would have taken out several schools by now.
More than "several" schools have already been taken out.
How long you been asleep?
Kamaleeka

Wichita, KS

#10 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill, another post where you don't read before you responding.

"another city" said "If video games were the culprit I would have taken out several schools by now. " The operative word being "I". Suggesting that he plays a lot point and shoot games and he hasn't taken out any schools. Jeeesh!
another city

Raleigh, NC

#11 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill wrote:
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More than "several" schools have already been taken out.
How long you been asleep?
okay again I havent been asleep. What I am telling you is in my opinion video games are not to blame I play them everyday and I havent shot up any schools. What I am saying is it is money and power and attention that make these shooters do the things they do. They want attention even if its bad. If they can be famous by dying and taking others out with them then they are going to be famous.
Mr Bill

Saint Paul, MN

#12 Jan 31, 2008
another city wrote:
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okay again I havent been asleep. What I am telling you is in my opinion video games are not to blame I play them everyday and I havent shot up any schools. What I am saying is it is money and power and attention that make these shooters do the things they do. They want attention even if its bad. If they can be famous by dying and taking others out with them then they are going to be famous.
One of the things you miss in these shootings is the marksmanship...pop,pop,pop,pop ...headshot,headshot,headshot.
Then they commit suicide as just like in alot of these video games youre supposed to come back to life even stronger.
another city

Raleigh, NC

#13 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill wrote:
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One of the things you miss in these shootings is the marksmanship...pop,pop,pop,pop ...headshot,headshot,headshot.
Then they commit suicide as just like in alot of these video games youre supposed to come back to life even stronger.
Seriously, Do you play video games? I can do headshots too but I dont go around actually shooting people. Come on.
another city

Raleigh, NC

#14 Jan 31, 2008
Kamaleeka wrote:
Mr Bill, another post where you don't read before you responding.
"another city" said "If video games were the culprit I would have taken out several schools by now. " The operative word being "I". Suggesting that he plays a lot point and shoot games and he hasn't taken out any schools. Jeeesh!
Thank you.
Mr Bill

Saint Paul, MN

#15 Jan 31, 2008
another city wrote:
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Seriously, Do you play video games? I can do headshots too but I dont go around actually shooting people. Come on.
Drugs dont cause addiction. I smoke pot and I am not addicted.

That's pretty much your argument , right?
Mr Bill

Saint Paul, MN

#16 Jan 31, 2008
another city

Raleigh, NC

#17 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill wrote:
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Drugs dont cause addiction. I smoke pot and I am not addicted.
That's pretty much your argument , right?
Not even close. Has nothing to do with an addiction. Seriously where does this stuff come from.
another city

Raleigh, NC

#18 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill wrote:
http://www.cob-net.org/church/ princeofpeace_grossman.htm
Okay so basically playing these video games where you shoot and kill people will make you do it in real life so will reading books about serial killers make you become one.
Kamaleeka

Wichita, KS

#19 Jan 31, 2008
Mr Bill wrote:
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I smoke pot and I am not addicted.
I'm beginning to understand you now.
Mr Bill

Saint Paul, MN

#20 Jan 31, 2008
another city wrote:
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Okay so basically playing these video games where you shoot and kill people will make you do it in real life so will reading books about serial killers make you become one.
You dont read or comprehend very well. The article stated nothing of the sort. Youre tweeked because youre a video game addict who is trying to defend this perverse habit. A habit which has already caused the death of 100's of young people including the shooters.

You dare call me a troll?

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