fkk-livingroom.de
Adult Vacations
Escort Directory
Euro Girls Escort
fkk tours

Thread: Santo Domingo

+ Add Report
Page 1 of 845 1 2 3 4 5 11 51 101 501 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 15 of 12670
This forum thread is moderated by Admin
  1. #12670
    Interpol is very active in the Dominican Republic. I've witnessed several raids in areas popular with European tourists.

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexDeuce  [View Original Post]
    It's been there for a decade.

  2. #12669
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Funny you should say that. I just noticed that Interpol office in Santo Domingo airport the other day. It is right when you come in for immigration.
    It's been there for a decade.

  3. #12668
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Funny you should say that. I just noticed that Interpol office in Santo Domingo airport the other day. It is right when you come in for immigration.
    I know you, please don't ride around Gascue at night posing as an Interpol agent LOL.

  4. #12667
    Quote Originally Posted by MrGogo  [View Original Post]
    Believe it or not but Gascue to Boca Chica, even San Pedro have Interpol and DEA agents working with the Dominicans.
    Funny you should say that. I just noticed that Interpol office in Santo Domingo airport the other day. It is right when you come in for immigration.

  5. #12666
    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    I wonder how much the cops get paid in Florida. Here is a story about a guy who was killed by a cop after a traffic stop. Apparently he ran over one cop's toe, so the other cop jumped into his car and killed him. He might have had a gun, so best to kill him first and ask questions later. All in day's work in the Sunshine State.

    .. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3556652/Florida-police-officer-shoots-kills-motorist.html

    He should have just given the cop $5.
    How Oklahoma police took $53,000 from a Burmese Christian band, a church in Omaha and an orphanage in Thailand.

    http://a.msn.com/r/2/BBsepqN?a=1&m=EN-US

    Read the story about how US cops pulled a guy over, didn't like he was carrying "too much" cash (all from fundraising) and confiscated it all on grounds of "suspected drug activities". We live in a police state. I'd rather have the DR cops shake me down for 1000 pesos max and go my merry way.

  6. #12665
    Quote Originally Posted by Frannie  [View Original Post]
    I wonder how much the cops get paid in Florida. Here is a story about a guy who was killed by a cop after a traffic stop. Apparently he ran over one cop's toe, so the other cop jumped into his car and killed him. He might have had a gun, so best to kill him first and ask questions later. All in day's work in the Sunshine State.

    .. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3556652/Florida-police-officer-shoots-kills-motorist.html

    He should have just given the cop $5.
    New police officers start at about 50 k a year. In Florida we have " Stand your ground" so most motorists here are packing. Being a cop now is very intense as the criminals have just as much firepower as we have. From granny to that 16 year old kid, everyone is suspect when stopped for a violation. Believe it or not but Gascue to Boca Chica, even San Pedro have Interpol and DEA agents working with the Dominicans. Anyone who legally has a gun in the DR can be very dangerous because normal protocol does not apply. When you have known corrupt cops like the DR, the last thing you want is to challenge their authority from a position of a civilian with no authority.

    I wrote in 2010 about a Jacksonville cop who was in trouble because of a false accusation by a girl in Classicos. They took his passport and told him don't leave the hotel. Dude was worried and I knew if he didn't act now that the system was going to screw him royally. I knew the cop so we went to the jail. I explained that the finger nail cut under his eye was evidence that he was attacked along with the fact that he was again attacked by the girl as he attempts to exit Classicos. I told them to talk cop to cop and a financial arrangement was worked out (3000 pesos). We grabbed his passports and we were out. If they do a US cop this way what do you think they would do to a civilian?

    If you are abused by cops in the DR there will be no people marching on your behalf. The Dominicans will paint you as a foreigner committing a crime and the embassy will take your complaint but not much more. Then you have to worry about pay back from this corrupt cop.

  7. #12664
    Quote Originally Posted by Yanqui69  [View Original Post]
    As of 2013, an average cop in the DR earned about $300 a month; I'm sure it hasn't increased a huge amount.

    Any wonder they always have their hands out, or squeezing bribes from tourists?
    I wonder how much the cops get paid in Florida. Here is a story about a guy who was killed by a cop after a traffic stop. Apparently he ran over one cop's toe, so the other cop jumped into his car and killed him. He might have had a gun, so best to kill him first and ask questions later. All in day's work in the Sunshine State.

    .. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3556652/Florida-police-officer-shoots-kills-motorist.html

    He should have just given the cop $5.

  8. #12663
    I am guessing you mean easier access to girls, not more access. There are obviously more girls of every kind in Santo Domingo than there are in Sosua. It's a matter of personal preference.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldKool  [View Original Post]
    Sosua girls are competing with over 200 girls selling their ware. Being demur is not a good idea. I just got back from Sosua. I had 13 girls in 3 days. It was an awesome time for me. I spent my last night in SD and had 2 for the road. Sosua gives me access to more women the SD can. No doubt there are many hard core girls. However if you take a little time you can get some really nice chicas with just a little effort.

  9. #12662
    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    When I was walking down the street in Sosua I said Hello, to a cop and for no apparent reason he asked me for some money. I was shocked he would do that. I said no and walked on my way with no further altercation. I don't care for Sosua, not because of this but the girls are really hardcore there. I prefer Santo Domingo and Santiago. Cheers.

    .
    As of 2013, an average cop in the DR earned about $300 a month; I'm sure it hasn't increased a huge amount.

    Any wonder they always have their hands out, or squeezing bribes from tourists?

  10. #12661

    Different spin

    Sosua girls are competing with over 200 girls selling their ware. Being demur is not a good idea. I just got back from Sosua. I had 13 girls in 3 days. It was an awesome time for me. I spent my last night in SD and had 2 for the road. Sosua gives me access to more women the SD can. No doubt there are many hard core girls. However if you take a little time you can get some really nice chicas with just a little effort.

    Quote Originally Posted by DCups  [View Original Post]
    When I was walking down the street in Sosua I said Hello, to a cop and for no apparent reason he asked me for some money. I was shocked he would do that. I said no and walked on my way with no further altercation. I don't care for Sosua, not because of this but the girls are really hardcore there. I prefer Santo Domingo and Santiago. Cheers.

    .

  11. #12660
    When I was walking down the street in Sosua I said Hello, to a cop and for no apparent reason he asked me for some money. I was shocked he would do that. I said no and walked on my way with no further altercation. I don't care for Sosua, not because of this but the girls are really hardcore there. I prefer Santo Domingo and Santiago. Cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    Again, they just want you to pass them some quick cash. When they see they can't get that out of you then they will go about their way.
    .

  12. #12659
    Quote Originally Posted by FlbMac31  [View Original Post]
    I've had the privilege of traveling the world in the military and for the US government since I enlisted in the Marines in 1965. It doesn't seem to matter where I go, but if you treat police with respect and don't push buttons the general rule of thumb is they will treat you the same. Now in some parts of the world, part of the police stop process is wild and hairy with lots of creaming, pointing guns and incredible intimidation. But I've never seen that here in my two years in RD. And I've been stopped several times. One of those was a legit stop for which I was willing to take the ticket rather than run down some of the cities famous motor drivers. Yep, and I went to the district police HQ and we talked. But, you gamble when you offer cash because word travels fast and you'll be tagged. Just be patient as you will spend some time, take the ticket and go through the incredible process here for paying the fine. Which by the way is usually less than a corrupt policeman might ask for anyway. And then again, offer cash and they'll play the bribe game. Frankly at that point you're screwed.

    Frannie's characterization of traffic stops in the US however, if not only false, but seems to be characterized based on some article he read on-line. Since such characterization is not one expressed by Americans, on what basis does he have to make such a statement. Unless of course, he's still celebrating 20 April and hasn't returned to Earth yet.
    I have interacted with police in many countries and the most belligerent are the US police. It is true that they target African Americans but if you argue with one whose wife / GF / sugar baby refused him sex earlier that day you could be treated similarly. After all more whites than blacks are killed by the police every year.

  13. #12658
    Quote Originally Posted by BigLongBeach  [View Original Post]
    They got guns, and they are not afraid of firing a warning shot at your car or they can jam you up by taking you to the precinct or call amet to tow your car.
    But they are not going to do any of that. They just want to scare you into giving them money. How are they going to explain shooting at a tourist's car? When I had the accident up north the PN was passing by and stopped to push the car out of the street. And according to them that was all they could do. AMET had already been called and it took them about an hour to show up. And that was in the day time. When have you ever seen AMET out in the middle of the night? They are not calling anybody. And they only pull this crap at night. Again, they just want you to pass them some quick cash. When they see they can't get that out of you then they will go about their way.

  14. #12657
    If you are getting stopped every day and you go to RD often maybe its time to invest into a dash cam for your rental. I'm wonder why rental place don't make that a option or install them by default.

    Quote Originally Posted by CoronaVIP  [View Original Post]
    When I'm in DR I get stopped daily by La Policia Nacional, They wanted to search the car and I told them NO!

    One of the policia was instructed to get in the car with me so we could drive to the police station and I told them "Nobody is getting inside my car".

    I was just fed up them and didn't want to give them money.

  15. #12656
    They got guns, and they are not afraid of firing a warning shot at your car or they can jam you up by taking you to the precinct or call amet to tow your car.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    And I have never seen PN with a citation book. So unless you are committing a major crime, the PN can kiss your ass.

Posting Limitations

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
Escort Directory
XXXHost.kiwi
Tokyostyle Deliver
Scroguard


Page copy protected against web site content infringement by Copyscape