Unless someone is willing to respond to these ads, there really isn't much useful information to be obtained by them. I think it's a stretch, he won't be caught this way. He seems to like revisiting the dumping sites, it could take months, more likely years, but why don't the cops stake out the areas where he had already dumped bodies?
He's bound to show up sooner or later. LAbradford , Nov 16, I am also of the opinion he hasn't left. He seems too cocky -as many serial killers are known to be. They dont seek charm --they seek a safe situation and the most money to be made putting aside psychological motivations. GL , Nov 16, LISK wouldn't post a direct solicitation; that would diminish his thrill of the hunt. He knows what he wants and enjoys scouring ad after ad until he finds it. He likes attention post- action, not prior to; he wouldn't draw attention to himself while in hunting mode.
Blueeyedbrowngirl , Nov 16, Kodiak , Nov 16, Folks, you're doing good work in here, but we have to post responsibly and protect the identities of innocent individuals. Be creative, and find a way to reference them, if credible, without screen caps or screen names.
Thanks for your cooperation. AnaPisces , Nov 17, And probably more than a few in the New York metro area. LISK would likely seem like a well mannered, well off, generally nice guy, compared to the other scum these girls see daily.
I dont think he would show his true intentions until he has complete control over the girl and the situation. As federal appeals court Judge Richard Posner has described, the goal is either to "suffocate" Backpage out of existence or use the awesome powers of the government to force Backpage to follow in the footsteps of Craigslist and abandon its Adult advertising section.
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