Body Cam Shows Moments that Got a Senator Charged With Sex Trafficking Underage Boy

Tuesday, December 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

Body camera footage was just released showing the moment police caught an Oklahoma senator red-handed trafficking an underage boy in a motel room.

By Matt Agorist
TheFreeThoughtProject.com
December 5, 2017

Moore, OK — Body Camera footage, released this week, shows the moment police raided the hotel room occupied by former Oklahoma State Senator Ralph Shortey and his underage victim.

In the body camera footage, Shortey appears dumbfounded as he is caught with the underage boy in his room.

The officer says, “He’s 17.”

Shortey replies, “Okay.”

The officer then asks, “What do you mean, ‘Okay’?”

“I didn’t know that,” replies Shortey.

“Can you show me that he is only 17?” Shortey says in the video.

Ironically, and in poor taste, the senator was wearing a t-shirt referencing the Bible scripture Ephesians 5:22, which refers to wives submitting to their husbands. Under the scripture was the phrase, “Now go make me a sandwich.” Shortey was known as the “family values” senator.

Last week, Shortey pleaded guilty to a single child sex trafficking charge in exchange for three other charges to be dismissed. He now faces a minimum of 10 years in prison but could be sent away for life.

“Mr. Shortey feels this is a necessary step in putting this painful and humiliating ordeal behind him, for both himself, his family and for the state of Oklahoma,” Shortey’s attorney Ed Blau said last month.

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One Response to “Body Cam Shows Moments that Got a Senator Charged With Sex Trafficking Underage Boy”

  1. Dave

    One of Americas finest. The degeneracy needs to be met with extreme prejudice, his thinking apparatus should be adjusted with the appropriate tool (baseball bat) wielded by the proper technician like Babe Ruth… Bring back the Babe…

    #3485461

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