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  • mom
    January 24, 2013 - 09:36

    Even if you are not sure but think you see someone put something in someone's drink you should warn them. These things are happening everywhere even at house parties. Be careful out there!

    • Bev
      January 26, 2013 - 07:30

      I know that RNC resources are stretched to the limit but perhaps it is time to put together a task force to compile information on these instances. Likely there is a pattern and something to link it all together. The Willie Pickton case in British Columbia would have been cracked much sooner had it been taken a little more seriously. George Street is a huge tourist attraction. We don't want any negative attention there. Mainly though, what is happening to these young girls, and men too, is scary. Should we wait until someone is killed or seriously injured to put some resources in this direction?

  • Anon
    January 24, 2013 - 09:03

    I don't think I missed the point at all. The quote is right there and in context. The author claims that advising one on how to better protect themselves makes potential victims responsible should they be drugged. This is a load of crap as I've already stated.

  • Anon
    January 22, 2013 - 18:17

    " but it’s also about making potential victims responsible for the actions of others." NO IT'S NOT I'm so sick of that attitude, you advise people on tips to make themselves safer and some yahoo comes out of the woodwork with their "YOURE BLAMING THE VICTIM" Crap. No! Watch your drinks, watch out for your friends, and watch out for others. That's what we (rational and realistic people) have been doing forever anyway.

    • Dean WIlliam Barnes
      January 24, 2013 - 05:56

      I think you are missing the point here. If everyone watched everyone else and see something strange happening to someone's drink, report it. This is not about blaming the victim, but that everyone be more diligent. If you see someone put something in a stranger's drink take notice and action.

  • Coco
    January 22, 2013 - 07:25

    Exactly. Not all guys are sexual predators and it’s probably just a small group of idiots doing it. Anyone offered these drugs or seeing others buying them should get on their cell phones and report it before the suspect leaves the area. The cops on patrol should be able to search him and get the evidence right there, right now, right on the spot. If not, why not?