Stephen W. Thomas, the highest profile suspect in a child sex networking sting, to be hosted by Harbor Shores, PGA tournament, May 23-27
The PGA is coming to Benton Harbor, Michigan in May - hosted by Whirlpool, largest appliance corporation in the world. PGA golfer Stephen Thomas is among 40 arrested in a Florida sex sting and is the highest profile suspect in the case. Thomas told authorities he thought he was corresponding with a woman about arranging sex with a 13 year old girl. He planned to have sex with her.
Charges include travel to seduce and commit sex acts, transmitting harmful images of a minor, and use of a computer to solicit a child sex.
Whirlpool's Harbor Shores golf course was chosen to host the Senior PGA because it can finance it. Easily. Without even noticing a blip in the balance sheets. WP is even going to host the 2014 Senior Championship. We must be ready to deal with one of the greediest corporations in existence. We must be ready to Occupy the PGA. May 23-27, 2012. Pick a day or days to come to BH and occupy the PGA.
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From the Huffington Post:
A pro golfer, a swim coach, and an eighth grade teacher are among 40 suspects arrested by Florida officials conducting an undercover child sex networking sting.
Officials with the Osceola County Sheriff took down the Internet-based string of sex crimes during a Jan. 8-16 investigation dubbed "Operation Red Cheeks," a press release from the Osceola County Sheriff states.
Stephen Wesley Thomas, a professional golfer with 44 appearances on the PGA tour, is the highest profile suspect in the case. Thomas told authorities that he thought he was corresponding with a woman about arranging sex with her 13-year-old daughter, the Orlando Sentinel reports...
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