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Legal Dangers of Cruising?

Big Bad

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Legal Dangers of Cruising?

This is to the cruisers out there that check out the SW:
I notice that when you stop to pick up the ladies that they just hop into your vehicle. I have always wondered is there any fear that she might be a police officer in a sting operation. She sits in your car and do you question to yourself... Is she a cop. How do you know?


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rafterman

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Legal dangers of cruising?

Getting busted!!.

I'll stick with MPs where risk seems to be almost zero. Parlours haven't been hassled since the 80's it seems. Always a risk in the street scene.

Agree with Herman risks of street just too great.
 

wolverine

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Herman Foranour said:
One might think that the pressure is on for studio operators to ensure that "legitimate" massage is performed... how boring is that!?
You'll notice that none of the MPs explicitly state what happens in them other than massages. And for the most part, the local authorities look the other way. Still, I suppose we should be careful what we post here, which is why we refer to 'colors'.
 

rafterman

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Yeh, I 'm sure that colours code disguises things from LEO.

They know exactly what goes on but as long as studios fly below the radar seems like they look the other way and seems to me things work fine.

Contrast to Calgary where they are continually running busts, most recently for asian parlors, and I think everyone deplores the circumstances of ladies bought in from overseas and forced to work off exorbitant fees, however other parlors also face regular heat and outcome is much less selection, higher prices etc. Calgary is just a pale shadow of Edmonton.

Point is Edmonton massage scene has been stable for a number of years and seems like the live and let live approach works fine.
Just be cool have a low profile and don't get mixed up in anything else i.e. drugs and studios get left alone.
 

wolverine

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It's not so much if the color code fools 5-0, but if it can stand in court as evidence. I'm no legal expert, but I would assume that the courts need explicit and documented proof of what kind of transactions go on at an MP. Technically, we could be talking about Monopoly money for all they know! And we all know how God-like the legal system is (i.e. moves in mysterious ways). ;)
 

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With reference to the lingo used on this board and elswhere, it would definitly hold up in court. As long as it is established slang and can be reasonably deciphered, it is no barrier to prosecution. There are websites to which one can refer, including the police and prosecutors. As long as the circumstances fit, using colours and creamer for your coffee leaves you no safer than asking for a $40 blowjob.
 
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