Posted on | April 4, 2014 | 72 Comments
Donald Douglas has mentioned how radical feminist Professor Caroline Heldman is stoking “rape culture” paranoia at Occidental College. Meanwhile, the violent oppression of women continues:
A Lynwood gang member was sentenced Monday, March 31, to 30 years in federal prison for running a sex-trafficking ring that recruited girls from Inland high schools.
Paul Edward Bell, 30, pleaded guilty in January to federal sex-trafficking charges. Federal authorities said he kept seven teenage girls captive after luring them into prostitution.
Bell used other prostitutes to recruit girls between the ages of 15 and 17 from high schools in Riverside and Moreno Valley, authorities said. . . .
The girls worked as prostitutes in the Compton area and lived in motels off Long Beach Boulevard. If they didn’t perform or deliver as much money as was expected, they were verbally and physically abused, prosecutors have said.
Bell held a gun to one girl’s head and locked two girls inside his apartment, prosecutors wrote in a brief recommending Bell receive the maximum sentence. He would hit the girls with his fists, a cane and a shoe. He also pepper sprayed one girl in the face, prosecutors wrote. . . .
The lead prostitute, Kimberly Alberti, 20, of Riverside, promised the girls lavish lifestyles with money and clothing for working for a pimp, according to a plea agreement that led to a two-year federal prison sentence.
Alberti and two other prostitutes — Kristy Harrell, 22, of Riverside, and Javiya Brooks, 21, of Lynwood — have pleaded guilty to conspiracy and racketeering.
Samuel Rogers, 23, and Gary Rogers, 25, both of Moreno Valley, and Christopher Weldon 24, of Compton, previously pleaded guilty to sex-trafficking charges. Su Yan, 31, a Chinese national in Rosemead, pleaded guilty to interstate transportation in the aid of racketeering.
Girls as young as 15 were being pimped out, beaten and threatened with death, right there in Southern California, within driving distance of Occidental College. But it’s so much easier for feminist academics like Caroline Heldman to gin up campus “rape culture” hysteria — in some cases, counting dirty text messages as “sexual assault” for the sake of statistical exaggeration — than for them to pay attention to teenage girls suffering this kind of horrific violence.
Occidental College has something in common with pimps like Paul Edward Bell: They both recruit naïve girls from high schools. Parents should warn their daughters about pimps and liberal arts colleges.