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    LA - Jaren Lockhart, 22, New Orleans, 5 June 2012 - #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by missgulfsouth View Post
    It is very true. And while it may seem to some that we are judging, the fact is we are simply stating facts. You know that it is a high risk job that has tragic consequences for SO MANY. It is russian roulette and every time they make it home alive they have simply dodged another bullet. We are not saying that ANYONE deserves this. Men who do this are monsters. But the women who do this know that monsters are watching. They take their chances. Let's just keep it honest.
    Can you direct me to those facts, please? I would love to see a comparison of violent crimes against dancers vs. violent crimes against women who are not dancers. I've been looking for statistics for the last half hour or so but can't seem to find anything viable.

    Monsters are always watching. It seems to me that women and children, especially female children, are taking their chances every time they leave the house, and sometimes even when they don't. I do realize that certain lifestyles are more "dangerous" than others. I don't, however, think of a brutal murder as a sex crime, and I don't see how being a dancer (in and of itself) could correlate to a higher chance of being the victim of a brutal murder.

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    Police: Boyfriend interviewed in dismembered woman's death

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen730 View Post
    Police: Boyfriend interviewed in dismembered woman's death

    http://www.wdsu.com/news/local-news/...z/-/index.html
    First time I have seen it said that her clothes washed up on the shore, too, and were identified by the BF.

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    In al respect and IMHO I belive that:

    This WS site is ment to try help solve cirmes through research and
    discussing theories, suspects and POI's( named by LE/media).

    It is IMHO NOT ment to judge the
    victims in any way whatsoever.

    Wheter a victims lifestyle possible put them in risk
    or not have absolutely NO bearing in regards
    to thework of trying to help solve the case.

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    Interesting information:

    http://www.wdsu.com/news/local-news/...z/-/index.html

    Authorities from Hancock County, Miss., are working with the New Orleans Police Department to view surveillance video from the day she disappeared. Lockhart was a dancer at a strip club on Bourbon Street, police said. According to investigators, two people -- a man and a woman -- were with Lockhart when she left work before she vanished.
    Hi, english is not my first language so please bear with me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theforeigner View Post
    In al respect and IMHO I belive that:

    This WS site is ment to try help solve cirmes through research and
    discussing theories, suspects and POI's( named by LE/media).

    It is IMHO NOT ment to judge the
    victims in any way whatsoever.

    Wheter a victims lifestyle possible put them in risk
    or not have absolutely NO bearing in regards
    to thework of trying to help solve the case.

    peace and thanks...
    TRIPLE thumbs up. -- I too find it incredibly upsetting judging victims of violent crime.
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    Media reference thread that I started:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theforeigner View Post
    Interesting information:

    http://www.wdsu.com/news/local-news/...z/-/index.html

    Authorities from Hancock County, Miss., are working with the New Orleans Police Department to view surveillance video from the day she disappeared. Lockhart was a dancer at a strip club on Bourbon Street, police said. According to investigators, two people -- a man and a woman -- were with Lockhart when she left work before she vanished.
    I wonder if this is another case of a woman helping a man commit a horrific crime.

    I am with you as well on the fact she is a victim and to judge her in any way is wrong. No one here would make some of the very same comments about an LE officer who was killed and that job is much higher risk. Are they l avoiding walmart too?

    It is really sad when on WS a victim is disrespected as some of these comments do. Certainly she was vulnerable as are most women alone at night. The percentage of missing women who end up murdered or never found on this board alone is mostly regular moms who hold "traditional" jobs. So seems to me that her choice didn't make her more likely to be murdered than anyone else.

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    The woman is DEAD. Not only dead, but dismembered and thrown at sea. Comments that imply her lifestyle was a way of "asking for it" are the lowest of the low.

    We have taught women for decades that NO MEANS NO. Please don't tell me this only applies to those of us with phds, because then most of my sisters in uterus-ownership are fv ked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkySifaka View Post
    I wonder if this is another case of a woman helping a man commit a horrific crime.

    I am with you as well on the fact she is a victim and to judge her in any way is wrong. No one here would make some of the very same comments about an LE officer who was killed and that job is much higher risk. Are they l avoiding walmart too?

    It is really sad when on WS a victim is disrespected as some of these comments do. Certainly she was vulnerable as are most women alone at night. The percentage of missing women who end up murdered or never found on this board alone is mostly regular moms who hold "traditional" jobs. So seems to me that her choice didn't make her more likely to be murdered than anyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theforeigner View Post
    Interesting information:

    http://www.wdsu.com/news/local-news/...z/-/index.html

    Authorities from Hancock County, Miss., are working with the New Orleans Police Department to view surveillance video from the day she disappeared. Lockhart was a dancer at a strip club on Bourbon Street, police said. According to investigators, two people -- a man and a woman -- were with Lockhart when she left work before she vanished.
    Well it wouldn't be the first time a man and woman have teamed up to commit heinous acts of violence. This world is such a hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastLady View Post
    First time I have seen it said that her clothes washed up on the shore, too, and were identified by the BF.

    I haven't read every single post, but am trying to follow along - forgive me if this was common knowledge already
    It was reported a couple of days ago around the same time the other body parts began to come onshore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seattlechiquita View Post
    The woman is DEAD. Not only dead, but dismembered and thrown at sea. Comments that imply her lifestyle was a way of "asking for it" are the lowest of the low.

    We have taught women for decades that NO MEANS NO. Please don't tell me this only applies to those of us with phds, because then most of my sisters in uterus-ownership are fv ked.
    I think we've had enough of putting words in people's mouths, don't you???

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