Resistance Is Futile

March 10, 2007

I betcha can’t stop reading. Just examine this excerpt and see if you can resist the link:

Robinson said the videotaping incident began when he stepped out of a 7-Eleven store at South Morris and Atlantic avenues at about 11 p.m. Nov. 13. Walking to his car, he ran into a woman who appeared to be in distress.

“The person was such a good talker,” Robinson recalled. He said the woman was “sad her car had broken down and [said], ‘Oh sir, you look like a decent man, and I have no one else to turn to, and if you can just get me out to the Borgata where my friends are …’”

After she persisted, Robinson said, he offered her a lift to the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. But halfway there, she said she was worried she would not find her friends on the casino floor and asked Robinson to instead take her to her motel.

At the motel, the woman Robinson said described herself as a 24-year-old nurse from Tuckerton invited him into Room 102. He said he told her he was late meeting a friend, but she was persistent.

“And so I go in and then the nature of the flesh got ahold of me,” Robinson said.

Are you still holding out? What if I told you Robinson is a minister with the Second Baptist Church in Atlantic City? Why resist any longer? Just click here.

One Response to “Resistance Is Futile”

  1. Now this, this is traditional politics. 😀

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