Black man killed for dating white women
He'd picked her up and they went bowling in Winter Haven, Fla., at Cypress Lanes, which offers shoe and lane rentals for a quarter on Thursday nights, and specials on pizza and beer.A few hours later, the pair ended up at his place, where they talked a bit more and met up with his roommate. Bustos sent the single father a text afterward: She'd had a good time, she wrote to Hilarie, and wanted to meet up the following night at his place.At a news conference, he said he suspected she was experienced with the scheme."Her comfort with the way this went, didn't seem like it was her first time," he said.
Jackson remembered his brother cracking jokes while wearing Florida State University colors, the school whose teams they cheered."I see girls on there that their occupation is getting money.I stay way away from them." Ray, the deputy chief, said it's unclear if Bustos used her real name.Experts say people are getting better at spotting many of the Internet's longtime scams: They're suspicious of unsolicited emails from the Nigerian royal family, and they ignore the romantic entreaties of beautiful lovestruck women who sound vaguely like badly programmed algorithms. And on dating sites, would-be scammers have a trump card: People are irrational when they're looking for love."Romance is by definition quite irrational," Jack Levin, co-director of Northeastern University's Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict, told The Post.