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    My biggest concern with this new law will be for the already overloaded pulse system , say we have a 1000 escorts working
    nationwide each day seeing on average 3 or 4 clients a day thats 3 or 4 thousand new crimes comitted each day that
    could be as much as 1.5 million new crimes committed each year, if they had all to be recorded it would blow poor aul
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    Now all jokes aside this law is unenforcable , by my reckoning to even get a 1% detection rate they would need to get
    15000 convictions per year, i would say 15 is more likely than 15000. Ure odds of getting caught are something like being struck by lightning
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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    My biggest concern with this new law will be for the already overloaded pulse system , say we have a 1000 escorts working
    nationwide each day seeing on average 3 or 4 clients a day thats 3 or 4 thousand new crimes comitted each day that
    could be as much as 1.5 million new crimes committed each year, if they had all to be recorded it would blow poor aul
    pulse apart.
    Now all jokes aside this law is unenforcable , by my reckoning to even get a 1% detection rate they would need to get
    15000 convictions per year, i would say 15 is more likely than 15000. Ure odds of getting caught are something like being struck by lightning
    I would guess that their plan would be to do what they did in Limerick a few years ago with the curb crawlers, name and shame. Once the police do that a few times they would hope it would deter many punters thus reducing demand. If demand reduces then escorts will begin to leave the country or stop advertising and work in a different profession, if that's a possibility. Once they see a reduction in the amount of escorts advertising then they can use the figures that you stated above as a pat on the back for the Minister.

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    That's true the police could never cope with the system they just don't have the resources but they will send out a strong message

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    I'd say they will hit hard in the beginning, prosecutions / convictions in the hope of putting clients of and most of all looking good to the general public.
    Its a f**k up really but sure its Ireland with fools running the country.
    Last edited by Mickey O leary; 25-11-14 at 19:03.

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