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bombay
06-29-2011, 02:30 PM
http://tippingpitchers.com/f7/chris-hansen-caught-cheating-wife-hidden-cameras-80169/


Snares him cheating on his wife. Brilliant.

vancejohnson82
06-29-2011, 02:43 PM
his wife is hotter

Los Broncos
06-29-2011, 04:56 PM
Why dont you have a seat over here on my lap.

cutthemdown
06-29-2011, 05:16 PM
Classic.

Captain 'Dre
06-29-2011, 05:30 PM
his wife is hotter

You mean... 30 years ago she was! Ha!

ozomulsion
06-29-2011, 05:48 PM
National Enquirer does something really cool,
every now and then.

I never thought I'd say that.

broncosteven
06-29-2011, 07:01 PM
Who is Chris Hanson?

SouthStndJunkie
06-29-2011, 08:08 PM
Who is Chris Hanson?

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bronco militia
06-29-2011, 08:16 PM
bwhahaha

ozomulsion
06-29-2011, 08:29 PM
Who is Chris Hanson?

He basically makes people think that he's somebody/something
other than who he is. He's wonderful at it.

On the show "To catch a predator" they have these 40+ year
old, overweight women and men who've obviously been
ridiculed due to their hideous looks get on the net and pretend
they're young boys and girls.

They do this in order to entrap
these lame pervs who fall for their act, and come to meet
who they think is a child.

Hanson walks in the room, and asks the guys to take a seat.
They all seem to think he's a cop, and tell him all kinds of
incriminating stuff.

Eventually Hanson admits he has no real power to question
them, or keep them there. The perv then walks out the door
and gets tackled by 7+ cops.

Awesome show.

SouthStndJunkie
06-29-2011, 08:31 PM
Actually Chris, we have the chat logs right here:

HungChris_51: I am so big, would u like to see it?

NewzGirl30: lol....see what?

HungChris_51: You know...

NewzGirl30: Would u go down on me :)

HungChris_51: I would teach u lots of things.

That One Guy
06-29-2011, 08:34 PM
He basically makes people think that he's somebody/something
other than who he is. He's wonderful at it.

On the show "To catch a predator" they have these 40+ year
old, overweight women and men who've obviously been
ridiculed due to their hideous looks get on the net and pretend
they're young boys and girls.

They do this in order to entrap
these lame pervs who fall for their act, and come to meet
who they think is a child.

Hanson walks in the room, and asks the guys to take a seat.
They all seem to think he's a cop, and tell him all kinds of
incriminating stuff.

Eventually Hanson admits he has no real power to question
them, or keep them there. The perv then walks out the door
and gets tackled by 7+ cops.

Awesome show.

Are you really defending the people who show up to bang a 12 year old? No amount of entrapment should be capable of having a sane person actually show up to do the deed.

Lestat
06-29-2011, 10:34 PM
that's a very questionable statement. they're similar is looks but the wife is not hotter.
but that tends to be the nature of cheating, rarely is the side action hotter than the wifey.
his wife is hotter

Lestat
06-29-2011, 10:39 PM
i think he's pointing out the irony in that he hosts a show that exposes people who have bad secrets to hide and he himself is hiding an affair.

it's like a preacher condemning sin and then you find out he's got some side action, is stealing from the church and is essentially everything he claims you shouldn't be.
Are you really defending the people who show up to bang a 12 year old? No amount of entrapment should be capable of having a sane person actually show up to do the deed.

broncocalijohn
06-29-2011, 10:41 PM
Do us all a favor and write your post beneath the quoted one so we know what you are responding to in order..

i think he's pointing out the irony in that he hosts a show that exposes people who have bad secrets to hide and he himself is hiding an affair.

it's like a preacher condemning sin and then you find out he's got some side action, is stealing from the church and is essentially everything he claims you shouldn't be.

JPPT1974
06-29-2011, 10:43 PM
He got a taste of his own medicine it seems LOL!

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 01:02 AM
i think he's pointing out the irony in that he hosts a show that exposes people who have bad secrets to hide and he himself is hiding an affair.

it's like a preacher condemning sin and then you find out he's got some side action, is stealing from the church and is essentially everything he claims you shouldn't be.

Exactly what I meant.

cutthemdown
06-30-2011, 01:16 AM
Well lets not compare cheating on a spouse to trying to **** underage girls. One is wrong and the other is like the only way to really have fun. To each his own. :) I jest I jest they both are really fun. No No No seriously you shouldn't cheat or screw girls who are not yet of age. Who said life was fun?

Doggcow
06-30-2011, 01:35 AM
Well lets not compare cheating on a spouse to trying to **** underage girls. One is wrong and the other is like the only way to really have fun. To each his own. :) I jest I jest they both are really fun. No No No seriously you shouldn't cheat or screw girls who are not yet of age. Who said life was fun?

I've personally been on an 18 year old bender. Draft em outta high school is how you gotta do it. Got a couple of em trained up pretty well.

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 09:12 AM
Well lets not compare cheating on a spouse to trying to **** underage girls. One is wrong and the other is like the only way to really have fun. To each his own. :) I jest I jest they both are really fun. No No No seriously you shouldn't cheat or screw girls who are not yet of age. Who said life was fun?

Nice post, and very funny. :D

Are you really defending the people who show up to bang a 12 year old? No amount of entrapment should be capable of having a sane person actually show up to do the deed.

LOL LO to the L bro! If that's what you got out of my post..
Awesome funny!! I didn't even give my opinion on the situation.
The guy asked who Chris Hanson was. I think I did a good job
breaking it down without going into his hobbies. That show fits
the definition of entrapment to a T. I'm in no way defending
the guys who show up.

I'm gonna make my feelings on this subject as clear as possible.
I'm not sure how this show actually helps out young women.
It's done more in a way as to entertain the audience, under a
ploy that they're taking care of the really dangerous predators.
Some of the men are obviously dangerous. If the show helps
out only a few girls from being victimized. It is a GREAT success
IMO

Watch the show, and it becomes clear that many if not most
of these sad men are socially and sexually undeveloped, boarder
line mentally handicapped. They go over the chat logs, and
many of them are so creepy and immature. it's fairly
obvious they would only be invited over by a girl who isn't
a real girl. That's where the entrapment becomes extremely
obvious. I call it like it is. The good and the bad/shady. A little
under 60% of the men get charged and convicted on something.
The fact that more than 40% of the men walk away with no
criminal conviction at all speaks volumes about how they go
about things on that show.

It's
pretty tacky how every guy has at least 8, and usually more
loaded guns pointing at their head when they walk out. That's
probably the only part I do not like on the show. I mean Hanson
has them empty their pockets while in the house.

Couldn't they help young ladies more so by luring them in the
same way, and have the guy actually be an undercover cop.
Who in turn talks to their parents? They could then seek real
help for a real child putting themselves in real danger. Something
like that?

Is the show entertaining? Yes
Does the good out way the bad? Yes (I don't know if the families
of the several men who committed suicide after being exposed on
the show would agree.) I mean there is no way to pay their debt
to society and put it behind them when 10 million+ people see them
on that show.

If they had actually done something to a girl. I'd say
they had it coming. If I made the rules. No serial molester would
see the light of day, and the death penalty would be an option for
them.

Is Chris Hanson a hypocrite? Very much so!!

I do believe in karma. It looks like Hanson got
a dose. If his intentions were pure, karma
would not enter his life in that situation.

barryr
06-30-2011, 09:19 AM
I think Hanson helping catch molesters was a great thing and nothing to ridicule. It is amazing just how many they would catch in just a small period of time in one location. It makes one imagine there just has to be a ton of them out there in this country. Having said that, it would be funny seeing when he would ask the creeps if they knew who he was and if they said no, he seemed offended LOL

Shananahan
06-30-2011, 09:25 AM
If only this could have happened via Cheaters, this would be truly perfect.

DomCasual
06-30-2011, 09:30 AM
I can see how some people would argue it was entrapment. But I have known girls who act like the decoys on that show. They've almost always been abused, and they are almost always lacking a strong, decent male figure in their lives (AKA a father). They hit puberty (or close to it), and start seeing promiscuity as a way to get the attention they crave.

So, if a guy like that is A) hanging around in those kinds of chatrooms, and B) brave and bold enough to follow through on a liaison with a willing participant, then it's just a matter of time before they hook up with someone who is not a decoy - someone who needs anything in the world other than another adult male to treat her shabbily.

So, I'm all for it - entrapment, or not.

Chris
06-30-2011, 09:46 AM
http://www.oddpic.com/data/516/memento.jpg

or video. or something.

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 09:48 AM
I think Hanson helping catch molesters was a great thing and nothing to ridicule. It is amazing just how many they would catch in just a small period of time in one location. It makes one imagine there just has to be a ton of them out there in this country. Having said that, it would be funny seeing when he would ask the creeps if they knew who he was and if they said no, he seemed offended LOL

I wish it was that simple.

The show is entertainment built around the theme.
It should be the other way around.

They sacrifice convictions for entertainment value.
If you want to brand them all strait up molesters,
you should be appalled that nearly half of them
walk away with nothing on their criminal record.

A molester is an evil person who takes advantage of
a child's innocence. A horny immature dude who
falls for a young chick because it's like the only
time in their life that a girl actually invited them
for sex, is a bad person. One shouldn't clump them
all together. IMO.

Shananahan
06-30-2011, 10:01 AM
Oh weird. Link for the thing about no charges being filed?

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 10:31 AM
Oh weird. Link for the thing about no charges being filed?

Charges were almost always filed.

A good lawyer goes a long way in
an entrapment case.

On one of the episodes that
can be viewed via the original
link. It's mentioned that 117
of over 200 individuals were
successfully prosecuted.

Honestly. I don't feel the need
to go through the shows, and find
the one I watched yesterday.
I have no problem with anyone
who doesn't believe I'm being
truthful about those numbers.

Shananahan
06-30-2011, 10:39 AM
I wasn't calling you a liar, I was just curious.

Also, stop formatting your posts like that, it's a pain in the ass to read.

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 10:44 AM
I wasn't calling you a liar, I was just curious.

Also, stop formatting your posts like that, it's a pain in the ass to read.

Sorry man,
I didn't think you were calling me a liar. I tend to format every post a little differently, but not on purpose.

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 10:46 AM
If only this could have happened via Cheaters, this would be truly perfect.

Agreed! One of the most entertaining shows of all time.

DomCasual
06-30-2011, 10:51 AM
If you remember, on the first few shows, they didn't have police there. They basically just did it to humiliate the guys who showed up. People watching the show were irate, and complained like crazy. So, they started having local law enforcement participate.

Obviously, Hanson doing this makes him a bit of a scumbag. And obviously, it's not like he's been doing this strictly for the service in it - this one concept has pretty much made his career. But I don't see how his alleged adultery has anything to do with what he did on the show, other than the irony of it having been caught on hidden camera.

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 11:12 AM
If you remember, on the first few shows, they didn't have police there. They basically just did it to humiliate the guys who showed up. People watching the show were irate, and complained like crazy. So, they started having local law enforcement participate.

Obviously, Hanson doing this makes him a bit of a scumbag. And obviously, it's not like he's been doing this strictly for the service in it - this one concept has pretty much made his career. But I don't see how his alleged adultery has anything to do with what he did on the show, other than the irony of it having been caught on hidden camera.

You've made outstanding points in this thread, you're pretty spot on especially from a psychological point of view. His adultery is ironic because part of the character he plays on the show is "holier than thou". It's to an extreme that he damn well better be holier than thou in real life. Him getting caught on hidden camera is definitely part of the irony. Many folks including me think it's kinda messed up that he at least tries, and almost always succeeds in tricking the guys into thinking he's a cop, or the father. He's a poser.

bombay
06-30-2011, 11:20 AM
If you remember, on the first few shows, they didn't have police there. They basically just did it to humiliate the guys who showed up. People watching the show were irate, and complained like crazy. So, they started having local law enforcement participate.

Obviously, Hanson doing this makes him a bit of a scumbag. And obviously, it's not like he's been doing this strictly for the service in it - this one concept has pretty much made his career. But I don't see how his alleged adultery has anything to do with what he did on the show, other than the irony of it having been caught on hidden camera.


That's the entire point of the thread. He made a career out of a gotcha TV program and got got. Doesn't change the fact that child molesting is a horrid crime, but it makes him at least something of a hypocrite and not very bright.

DomCasual
06-30-2011, 11:32 AM
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That's the entire point of the thread. He made a career out of a gotcha TV program and got got. Doesn't change the fact that child molesting is a horrid crime, but it makes him at least something of a hypocrite and not very bright.

Oh, I think it's a worthy thread. But I think there's a tendency with stuff like this to say Situation A invalidates Situation B. For example, Ted Haggard ripped on homosexuals all those years. It turns out, Ted Haggard is, himself, a closet homosexual. Hence, Ted Haggard is a huge hypocrite, and everything he's ever said and done is a joke.

This one is a little different, but I digress.

The only thing I really jumped in on with this thread is the concept that what they were doing on To Catch a Predator was entrapment, and somehow wrong. My point is that even if Chris Hanson turned out to be a puppy-molesting murderer, his shows about child predators were a great benefit to society. Sure, they arrested only maybe a hundred people, which only put a small dent in the problem. But I guarantee you they scared a lot more out of ever getting themselves into that situation.

bombay
06-30-2011, 11:37 AM
No doubt the net effect of his Catch A Predator program was overwhelmingly positive. The number of would-be predators that it caused to think twice and check themselves has to be enormous.

broncosteven
06-30-2011, 03:38 PM
Charges were almost always filed.

A good lawyer goes a long way in
an entrapment case.

On one of the episodes that
can be viewed via the original
link. It's mentioned that 117
of over 200 individuals were
successfully prosecuted.

Honestly. I don't feel the need
to go through the shows, and find
the one I watched yesterday.
I have no problem with anyone
who doesn't believe I'm being
truthful about those numbers.


I have seen the show a couple years back, I didn't know it was a series.

I agree with what Dom said, if a dude is going to log on to a chat room, talk up a youngster, then meet them, nothing good is going to happen.

It is sad to look at the sex offender maps and see the ones who got caught and how close they live to you.

ozomulsion
06-30-2011, 03:49 PM
The only thing I really jumped in on with this thread is the concept that what they were doing on To Catch a Predator was entrapment, and somehow wrong.

I'm the one who pointed out the entrapment. As soon as the first mind reader pointed out that to me that I thought the show was unjust, because I pointed out that they use entrapment SOMEtimes. I made it very clear how far off base that ASSumption was. It helps to keep a steady flow of people to whatever location they're setup at. It makes for a more entertaining show. I mentioned it while explaining who Chris Hanson is, and how he's perfect for that show. Anyone who implied I was doing anything within the vasenity of defending even one of these scumbags really needs to look in the mirror and ask themselves why they would want to jump to that ****Stick of a conclusion.


I agree with what Dom said, if a dude is going to log on to a chat room, talk up a youngster, then meet them, nothing good is going to happen.

It is sad to look at the sex offender maps and see the ones who got caught and how close they live to you.

If you would've read what I wrote you'd know I wholeheartedly agree. Jeez. F***in jerks some of you are.