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More Cody Wilson

He has been caught. And was sent back to the states, arrested and he posted bond.

And I’ seeing all these conspiracy theories about his arrest. Stop. The police have the evidence. At best, he pleas down. At worse, he’s going to prison.

12 Responses to “More Cody Wilson”

  1. Dan Says:

    I’m just tired of the “undetectable” nonsense myself.

  2. mikee Says:

    I writing code for a 3D printer the same thing as constructive possession of NFA weapons consisting of components with worn sears?

  3. JTC Says:

    To speculate about the possibility of a setup at the hands of people who have proven their violent tendencies and willingness to sacrifice even their own in the pursuit of their goal to disarm John Q, is not the same as wild-eyed conspiracy theory.

    Further, the likelihood of even someone with twisted personal preferences but who is also proven to be intelligent, creative, principled, and puts himself in the public eye in a very polarizing way, is no way in fucking hell dumb enough to knowingly create and leave so much irrefutable evidence if he knew he was committing a despicable crime punishable by years in prison…it is just not logical.

    But it is perfectly logical and believable that the violent activists mentioned above would use that twisted preference to entrap and ensnare the guy who almost certainly believed this was a pre-poser, of which the internet is chock-full, to appeal to his particular fetish, unknowingly making contact with an actual pre who is employed, coached, and criminally used by them to get their man.

    Very real possibilities that make a lot more sense to me than an intentional criminal act of statutory rape by someone who knows the consequences leaving a trail of video a mile long and wide.

    That ain’t conspiracy theory brother, that’s logic and reason at work. I could be wrong, time and the justice system will tell.

  4. dittybopper Says:

    The thing that gets me is this: The police claim that a friend of Lolita tipped Wilson off, and that’s why he went to Taiwan.

    Why would a “friend” do that? And it’s not like they travel in the same social circles and have common acquaintances. That part just doesn’t make any sense to me. Why would a person go out of their way to contact someone they don’t know to warn them that their underage prostitute friend was cooperating with the police? After all, he left 2 weeks before they charged him, and about a week after Lolita was interviewed by police.

    And why hasn’t the “friend” been charged with a crime? Wouldn’t tipping off a criminal that they’re under investigation be illegal? Interfering with an investigation, or something like that?

  5. Michael Quinn Says:

    This looks like an open and shut case of criminal dumbassery. There are few loose ends that don’t smell right and I’m sure that his defense attorney will pull on them but I’d be surprised if this was any more than it looks like.

  6. Joe Says:

    If anyone thinks that he will ever be given the chance at a plea, I’ve got a bridge in NY to sell you.

  7. Joe Says:

    BTW – The conspiracies dont hold any water simply because that is not how these people work. They would just shoot him dead and move on.

  8. Phelps Says:

    I didn’t know that the idea that cops lie was a conspiracy theory now.

  9. Will Says:

    “The conspiracies dont hold any water simply because that is not how these people work.”

    Really? Explain “Fast & Furious” then.

    Or any of the uncountable attempts at entrapment that various level of .gov police have been involved in over the last 30+ years.

  10. Sebastian Says:

    Why is it so hard to believe a young crypto-anarcho-capitalist male likes himself some hookers, used a site known to be a place where you can find that kind of action, and ended up soliciting an underage girl?

    Best case they let him plea to misdemeanor solicitation, figuring maybe they’d struggle to convict on her being under 18 if she lied about her age (you have to be 18 to use that sugar daddy site) and she doesn’t look like she’s 12.

    If they have evidence showing he knew about her age, he’s going to go to prison.

  11. JTC Says:

    Nobody doesn’t believe that.

    But this part “…either intentionally or accidentally solicited a girl who was underage?…” and “…the evidence the police claim to have…”

    There’s your disconnect and the suspicion of a setup when taking into account who/what he is and who/what those who hate him are.

  12. BenC Says:

    Sebastian I have no problem believing that.
    The problem is that all the stories are making it out that he is a pedophile who knowingly sought underage sex and then fled to a country known for that also. When the evidence seems to be he sought sex with a consenting adult and possibly exchange cash for it then went on a business trip to a country he has gone to for business in the past.