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Tigahs24Seven
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Woman savagely raped in Forrest Park. Employees told to not discuss it with park users

An unsubstantiated story is circulating recently that a woman using Forest Park to walk on the concrete paths near the woods, by the dog park, was drug into the woods and brutally raped. She stumbled full of blood to one of the buildings and collapsed. This was told to me directly by more than one person who works for BREC. These employees have been disturbed by the fact that they were directly instructed not to tell, though more than one feel responsible enough to the tax payers using the park to inform women walking alone that they think this is a homeless man in the woods adjacent to the park, and he has not been caught. A Google search on this crime revealed absolutely nothing about this. It seems like a cover up through all Baton Rouge run organizations from BREC, to the police, and the Mayor. This was black on black crime.. Could that be the hush factor?? Regardless, if you love somebody who uses Forest Park to exercise alone, tell them to stay on the busy streets and not to use any path close to wooded areas, or to bring a weapon.
BR has turned into an insane asylum/prison without walls. If they are gonna cover crimes up we need to protect each other.
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LSU-MNCBABY
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we need to protect each other.


You know you aren’t forced to live there right?


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This city is lawless AF and OOC.


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Motorboat
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Another homeless huh? Sorry to generalize, but these people are a scourge on our city.
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LSUballs
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Is it possible to unsavagely rape someone?


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Is it possible to unsavagely rape someone?



The rapist Brock Turner would probably argue that his victim was unconscious so he wasn't being savage.


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upgrayedd
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Hey Nakamoto. We know you're reading this and you won't do a goddamn thing about it, you little pussy.


AtlantaLSUfan
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homeless man in the woods

We do nothing to detract these transients.

I work in cities and states all over but no one has as many begging for money at street lights as Baton Rouge. The worst part is: locals give their aftertax money to bums on the street that are not from here. Some of them who steal from our community and apparently rape our women.

Don’t give them money! It is like an invitation to live under our bridges. Maybe the city can use this rape as a catalyst to start getting rid of these transients.
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Another homeless huh? Sorry to generalize, but these people are a scourge on our city.


Honestly, if you don't use a gun you could probably kill the guy and not even report it.


Tigahs24Seven
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You know you aren’t forced to live there right?


Wish I wasnt, but with elderly parents here I am.. I have loved this community for 50 years, but as soon as they are gone, so am I... This town keeps electing grifting idiots who actually hate non-POC's...They have 100% ruined this city .


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statman34
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There is clearly a major effort by some or all of our government/media to not report a lot of crime in our area. Places like Lincoln Nebraska have daily crime reporting in their website. It really is very wrong to not inform the public


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WhereisAtlanta
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If they are gonna cover crimes up we need to protect each other.



Or the city attorneys know there is an incoming lawsuit and don't want everybody in the world making comments they will have to deal with later just like every other entity on earth would.



Tigahs24Seven
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So.. They put other women at risk with full knowledge of how brutal this was. Pieces of shite.


WhereisAtlanta
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So.. They put other women at risk with full knowledge of how brutal this was. Pieces of shite.


IF any of this happened I would expect official statements rather than Joe the Janitors take on things.






GetBackToWork
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Sounds like a story for Kiran.

Underreported crime will be a major issue for the next 10 years. Whether it is deliberate, or the unintended consequence of 911 no longer responding to crimes of certain levels, our statistics in this country will soon be meaningless.

And the progressives will love this and the politicians will say they’ve brought crime down.


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IF any of this happened I would expect official statements rather than Joe the Janitors take on things.



Covering up crimes, especially crimes of certain demographics, is the hallmark of Progressive leadership in this country. Why people keep turning a blind eye to that fact is hilarious to me.


tigerinthebueche
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Nakamoto


Only goes after private citizens and small time officials from neighboring parishes. Feckless is an accurate description for him. But that’s true of every media person in EBR except Chawla (sp)


Willie Stroker
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they think this is a homeless man in the woods adjacent to the park, and he has not been caught.

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If they are gonna cover crimes up we need to protect each other.

The woods don’t seem to cover a lot of area. This seems like a pretty easy to find assailant. Citizens routinely help search for missing people. Citizens can surely find a homeless guy who lives in the woods. Citizens can also defend themselves if the homeless guy gets aggressive. This seems to be a problem that can be resolved this weekend.


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longtooth
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Whether this is all true, partially true or just a rumor, it remains a fact that BREC continuously drops the ball on park security. It takes an act of god to have security lighting and cameras put in some parking lots. Their security apparatus is based on a Some fictional BR where half the pop isn’t thug city. There’s never enough physical security presence and what they do have (basically retired fry cooks) likely isn’t going to do you any good.

And BREC is (or was before sneakily sending $40 million to the zoo park) sitting on a virtual fortune of our tax dollars.



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Honestly, if you don't use a gun you could probably kill the guy and not even report it.


suppressed .22 to the head
Problem solved


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