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WA: Lawsuit: State operation to catch sex offenders entrapped innocent men to boost arrest numbers

[ – 5/2/21]

Quentin Parker believes the sting operation that identified him as a “dangerous child predator” in 2019 failed its mission. Though charges against him were ultimately dropped, he claims in his recent lawsuit against Washington State Patrol that dishonest detectives manipulated him and “forever tainted and destroyed” his life for their own financial gain.

According to the suit filed in Thurston County Superior Court this February, detectives funded by a nonprofit now under criminal investigation pretended to be women and girls on social media to entrap men, boost arrest numbers and gain hefty donations for their task force.

Parker, 32, was an active-duty soldier stationed at Joint Base Lewis McChord south of Tacoma in February 2019 when he was arrested in one of Washington’s Operation Net Nanny stings, the complaint for damages said.

Washington State Patrol detectives used the handle “Rowdy Ronda720” to message Parker on a dating app called Skout. Detectives said they lost all but the last messages between “Ronda” and Parker, according to the suit.

“New in town. Single mom,” Rowdy Ronda’s profile said, according to the suit. “I have three girls to share. Looking for likeminded people that are into ddlg/incest/young taboo. No curious wanted, only serious. Young fun. Taboo.”

The suit points to Urban Dictionary’s definition of “ddlg” as Daddy Dom Little Girl, a kink fantasy in which one partner is a “caregiver or ‘daddy’ and the other is childlike. It is NOT a relationship between an actual father and daughter or any minor child,” the complaint said.

Parker showed up at the address “Ronda” gave expecting to role-play with her and another adult woman, according to the suit. At that address, a team of officers in SWAT-like apparel aimed guns at Parker and arrested him, the suit claims.

During Parker’s three-hour interrogation, he repeatedly told officers he showed up for a fantasy role-play with adults, according to the suit. Detectives knew the common definition of DDLG involved consenting adults but did nothing to prevent Parker’s malicious prosecution, the suit claims. Parker was charged with two counts of second-degree attempted rape of a child.

Hambrick was sentenced to 13 months to life in prison with a minimum of 10 years as a registered sex offender.

Though Parker’s charges were dropped, the lawsuit claims WSP and a nonprofit they partnered with continued to slander him as a “child predator.” Operation Underground Railroad, a nonprofit that donated thousands to WSP to fund Net Nanny operations when they began in 2016, published a news release naming Parker as one of 22 “dangerous sexual predators who targeted children.”

The suit filed by South Bend, Wash. attorney Harold Karlsvik seeks compensatory damages for Parker and his wife based on several alleged crimes, including illegal arrest, unnecessary force, defamation, malicious prosecution and abuse of process.

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I hope this lawsuit makes the lives of all the perpetrators as difficult as possible, and then they slip on a banana peel in a room full of Lego and 4D dice.

And some people don’t know where to direct their rage.

Keep suing law enforcement for pretending to be minors; while they should be looking for crime, not creating it. Stop ruining people’s lives for arrest numbers to justify a budget increase.

And the police conveniently “lost” all the posts except the last one. What could have been on those posts? How they set him up? Or maybe that the police knew he was coming to play this role fantasy game?

What’s next–dominatrix games where people get charged for attempted assault?

#1 Rowdy Ronda Rousey sounds like every military and police women’s favorite WWE UFC fighter.
#2 a blind man could’ve read this profile and tell it was the feds.
#3 once you show up to a sting operation thats setup by multiple law enforcement agencies it doesn’t matter what your true intentions were yo azz going to jail

Good luck😬👌

Gee, crooked cops……what a surprise………..

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