Once again trafficking of Korean girls is in the news. This time the setting is Seattle. And the particulars are familiar…so familiar that I’m not going to repeat myself having already expounded ad nauseum on several occasions in similar circumstances. But I will say this for everybody who reads this blog: Pay attention to who got arrested!
While twelve places were shut down…only 13 people were carted off. And most of those were members of something called “The League.” The League was a bunch of professionals who’d get together over a meal to talk smack about the girls. Ya know – CEO types who essentially, paid to see girls…posted ads…wrote reviews and skewed the marketplace for their own advantage. Ring a bell?
But here’s the rub! An undercover cop infiltrated the clique and arrested the rogues! Donald Mueller, the guy who took the brunt of this initiative, was so tight with the gendarme that he allegedly revealed his entire hustle (obtaining apartment leases and doing introductions for a commission) to his new homey. Scary, no?
There’s always a lesson in these initiatives. And there are two here: First, don’t cross to the other side trying to recoup some of the fortune you’ve spent in “the hobby.” It’s a slippery slope indeed. And second: Operate in this netherworld as an island. Don’t buddy up with a bunch of slobs who think it’s cool to convene in a public place and brag like frat boys about their conquests. Remember…a great lover doesn’t feel the need to brag about his prowess. It’s only the insecure guys who make fools of themselves in that manner. Just my two cents – for what it’s worth.