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Smith and West took safeguards when they connected through a dating app, including exchanging photos, asking questions and meeting in a public place the first time they got together.
“Clearly this made me feel uncomfortable,” he told the Central London Employment Tribunal this week. I know many police officers who are gay and not necessarily ‘out’ at work, who use these type of ‘lawful’ social networking applications.” The 36-year-old also claims to have been taunted on a police forum by colleagues saying he should become “a hairdresser or cabin crew”.“It’s the dark side of the business, but it’s the truth.” Indeed, in Prince George’s County, a trial is pending against a 24-year-old man accused in two rapes at gunpoint of women he met online in 2014. Few details of Messerschmitt’s personal life have been released publicly by police, and a family spokesman declined to comment.“I have lost everything,” Messerschmitt’s wife, Kim Vuong, said earlier, “my husband and my best friend.” The roots of online dating go back to the mid-1990s.For predators, the calculation is simple: If someone doesn’t want to show an identity online, he will be less likely to report an assault or robbery.“All criminals have a niche, and online predators in this field prey on vulnerabilities — be that closeted men, married men or others seeking sex this way,” said Sgt.
Craigslist grew to be one of the largest players in online dating for men. That was also very dangerous,” said Mark Brooks, a longtime online dating consultant and president of the Internet Dating Executive Alliance. West said although they took basic precautions for online dating, something else was at play.