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Monday, February 14, 2011

Rich Scumbag Of The Weak

This is Mike Gilliand, who was CEO of Sunflower Farmers Markets until he resigned after being arrested last Thursday for felony child prostitution. The wealthy founder of Wild Oats markets was one of 8 men caught in Phoenix as part of a child prostitution sting.
According to the charges, the 52 year old man arranged to meet a 13 year old girl at a hotel for paid sex. The meeting had been setup via the internet, where the girl had clearly identified herself as being a minor child. Nonetheless, Mr. Gilliand believed he will be exonerated, crying innocence.

Child trafficking is not a victimless crime. Millions of children are forced into slavery and prostitution annually by evil men who see humans as products for use and abuse. The majority of adult prostitutes began as children, often forced through drug use or sold by parents. And the victims keep getting younger because that's what the sinister souls who purchase child abuse want. If the men who purchase women and children for sex wanted grannies, that's what they would get. But they don't because they have perverse fantasies of wee children chasing them for sex.

As much as Mr. Gilliand wants people to believe that he was entrapped, don't answer his cries. The fact remains that most sexual abusers of children have had hundreds of victims by the time they are arrested. Chances are very unlikely that Mike Gilliand was caught the very first time he tried to hook up with a child. Further proof can be found in the fact that he tried to lure a girl off of the internet. These weirdos have their own chat sites and lingo and anyone who doesn't fit in with the rest of the perverts wouldn't get very far. Michael Gilliand set out to have sex with a young girl, made payment arrangements, and drove to a hotel where he thought a child was waiting for him. If that does not fit the legal standard for a felony, I have no idea what does.

Watch your children. You have no idea who may be watching them.

1 comment:

Enjoy yourself, it's later than you think