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Submitted by Kevin Ryan (not verified) on Fri, 02/08/2008 - 1:31pm.
Drug rape is occurring in our community, the victims are growing, and we must continue to raise awareness. The stopdrugrape.blogspot.com pole shows eleven people report being drugged in Wilmington, NC. Some may say there are statistical flaws in a volunteer pole, however the facts are that six suspected or confirmed drug facilitated rapes were reported in November and December of 2007 alone (Coastal Horizons Rape Crisis Center). This is six too many. Lets not forget the other people who have not reported their cases due to guilt or embarrassment. The message is clear STOP DRUG RAPE! The police do not have the manpower to see everything, nor do the bar owners, bouncers, or the customers. However, with greater awareness and vigilance, the sum total of all of our efforts can make a difference and save someone else from being drugged. I would like to thank all the people who posted good or bad, regardless, we are all contributing to the market place of ideas. The question now is where do we go from here? What will you take away from this and what will you be doing in the future to protect yourself and others from these predators? I am not sure how much longer this wwaytv3.com thread will remain, but I invite you all to contribute to stopdrugrape.blogspot.com and continue to make suggestions and discuss the future of this topic. The stopdrugrape.blogspot.com is a forum for the public, this is your tool to use, and we are here to facilitate an arena for these discussions. There still remains an untapped portion of our population that is not aware. So share your knowledge of the dangers of drug rape and prevention techniques with others, and STOP DRUG RAPE in our community!
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