TWO ARIZONA COPS GOT A RUB AND TUG 13 TIMES IN 2 DAYS IN QUESTIONABLE INVESTIGATION
Rub and tug. It’s quite the non-sequitur. But if you are familiar with the parlance, you know it has something to do with massage parlors. Namely, that you are getting a little bit more than a rub. As in, a tug down below. But in truth, massage parlors that provide any extras in the sexual realm may offer anything and everything. For the most part, we’re talking about a clientele that are men. Hence, the tug. And two Arizona cops decided this was a problem they had to investigate. So how did they do that? Well, they went in civilian clothes and paid that little extra for a little extra. For a combined 13 times in two days. There may be some rub and tugs abuse here.
NOW SURE HOW LOOKING FOR SEX TRAFFICKING VICTIMS MEANS GETTING 13 RUB AND TUGS
So I’m guessing that they are either young, or they are older and have a nice supply of yohimbe and Viagra. Because 13 times in two days for two guys? To be fair, one had 8 rub and tugs, the other 5. The two Flagstaff, Arizona officers were Dustin Eberhardt (or ever-hard as that may translate) and Officer Hutchinson. These two flatfoots took part in an investigation that focused on human trafficking, sex trafficking, and prostitution. It was conducted by both Homeland Security investigations and the Flagstaff Police Department. Yet somehow, the investigation failed to identify a single trafficking victim? That feels like the rub and tug of local and federal tax dollars, to me.
FLAGSTAFF POLICE CHIEF SAYS THAT HIS OFFICERS ARE THE VICTIMS HERE, AND NO ONE ELSE
And, let’s not forget that what these officers said they did in their “undercover” work was illegal. Second, if it was just a rub and tug aka fondling, there was no call for police and prosecutors to press prostitution charges. And, lastly, these two cops were looking for sex trafficking victims, paid to have possible victims to jerk them off (13 times!) and then went prosecuted them for prostitution. You won’t be surprised to hear that these two cops face no consequences. No charges, citations, reprimands, nothing. And even worse, the Flagstaff police chief has said that it’s the two cops who are the victims! For paying someone for a rub and tug!
It appears there is an emerging pattern of police victimizing the very people they are supposed to help and protect. And if you lament this, they say they are the victims.