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Top officer in Hong Kong police national security unit caught in unlicensed massage parlour

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    A little hard to take at face value.

    Did anyone ask what the ratio of male / female customers was and cross relate that other known vice establishments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast:
    A little hard to take at face value.

    Did anyone ask what the ratio of male / female customers was and cross relate that other known vice establishments?
    That would be like cross referencing people who wear all black and implying that they are of a certain inclination... doubt it would hold up in court. Not like their excuse that they were solicited only 50% of the time so it cannot be considered a vice establishment makes sense ...
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    Glad the poor man was vindicated. The fact that they were apparently advertising is neither here nor there. As every HK jurist says, politics doesn’t belong in court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    That would be like cross referencing people who wear all black and implying that they are of a certain inclination... doubt it would hold up in court. Not like their excuse that they were solicited only 50% of the time so it cannot be considered a vice establishment makes sense ...
    Not really. The clientele profile has long been a key indicator for illicit behavior in various industries.

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    The purpose of the raid is quite clear and the outcome is already a success. The establishment was merely a victim/byproduct of the raid.

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