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Old 06-02-2005, 11:40 PM   #21
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will this thread ever die
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First, go hit up "Spanky" and let us know what Zapata' is talking about then let it die. right:
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depending on how many men have hit up spanky he'll probably be the one who dies
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you have lost me with this spanky thing...
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I was saying if sparky has got hit by enouigh men he's bound to have aids or something so he would be the one who dies instead of this thread.
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well who the is sparky,, is that the guy with the bandana around his ankle? lol
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well who the is sparky,, is that the guy with the bandana around his ankle? lol
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well who the is sparky,, is that the guy with the bandana around his ankle? lol
Read up the thread.* Zapata can fill you in.
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well who the is sparky,, is that the guy with the bandana around his ankle? lol
in one way or another.
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well who the is sparky,, is that the guy with the bandana around his ankle? lol
in one way or another.* *
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well who the is sparky,, is that the guy with the bandana around his ankle? lol
No..no..no...the Spanky story is from a real life incident last year. :eh: :eh: :eh:


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Police say man made street youths his sexual prey

They roam the streets by the hundreds, living unpredictable lives fraught with danger, sleeping in doorways, getting into cars with strangers willing to pay for flesh.

Frail in appearance, heavily tattooed and pierced, often unshaven and unwashed, these homeless teens and young adults are as much a part of Montrose as trendy restaurants, art g lleries, shops and gay bars. They float into the Interfaith Ministries parking lot on Monday and Thursday nights for a sandwich and a drink of water before continuing their hard lives on the street.

And in the midst of all this is Spanky -- a man with money and, police say, a sadistic appetite. He pays well, by a homeless person's standards, to inflict pain. So much pain, in fact, that one counselor diagnosed two clients with post-traumatic stress disorder after alleged sessions with Spanky.

On Tuesday, a certified public accountant who confessed to being Spanky was arrested at his office in Montrose, said investigator Matt Dexter of the Houston Police Department's juvenile crimes division. James Michael Broomas, 50, of Baytown was charged with indecency with a child, accused of having sexual contact with a 15-year-old boy during an encounter in 1999, Dexter said.

Police said more charges could follow. From a nearby apartment -- known by street kids in Mon trose as the "Freak Shack" -- investigators seized pornographic Polaroids of unidentified young men and several young men's wallets still containing identification. They also seized 300 to 500 videotapes, most containing homosexual bondage, as well as several rulers and paddles, pliers, rope, numerous condoms, a mattress and box spring, and a video camera.

Police said they will track down and interview young men whose wallets and photographs were found in the apartment in the 4200 block of Jack.

The man known as Spanky has achieved almost legendary status among the street kids in Montrose in the past five years. Police said he preys on a vulnerable segment of the population -- troubled young men, many of them homeless, some sick with HIV or dependent on drugs.

"He preys on their need for money for survival, and uses it against them. He exploits them," Dexter said. "All it costs him is a few dollars here and there."

Broomas could not be reached for comment later Tuesday because he was in police custody and ineligible to be released on bail before today at the earliest.

One employee at Broomas' office expressed shock at the arrest, describing the suspect as a docile man. But Dexter said Broomas confessed to virtually everything alleged in an anonymous, detailed letter that prompted the investigation.

"He said he's been doing this about 20 years," Dexter said. Broomas told police he engaged in the sadism because he couldn't sexually perform otherwise, Dexter added.

"What concerns our division is his level of violence has been escalating over the past five years. His violence is getting bigger and bigger," Dexter said. "We don't want anyone to get hurt severely or put in the hospital."

Police began investigating Broomas in May after the anonymous letter about Spanky was sent to the offices of state Sen. Rodney Ellis, D-Houston, Police Chief Harold Hurtt, Harris County Distric t Attorney Chuck Rosenthal and others.

Street-savvy counselors classify older people who prey on young, gay men with nowhere else to turn as "chicken hawks."

Taking risks is part of such an environment, said Todd Williams, pastor of New Covenant Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Montrose, an inclusive church where homeless youths worship and the average age in the congregation is 23.

"The sad thing is, generally, or compromising themselves is their answer," Williams said. "And there's people out here who will pay for that and buy that.

"Some of these kids think they deserve it because of the life they choose."

It's a Thursday night at Interfaith Ministries, and kids gather outside the Youth Mobile Care Clinic, a sort of hospital on wheels providing free health services to youths without homes.

One woman, eight months' pregnant, walks around in a midriff shirt with her bulging stomach exposed, stretch mar ks running across her belly. A girl mingles with friends as a kitten perches on her shoulder. Volunteers serve sandwiches off tailgates. Some onlookers join Williams as he strums an acoustic guitar and sings Christian songs.

Cigarettes are a prized commodity out here, as is affection with no expectations. Trust comes hard. Here, homeless kids and graduates of the street who stay in touch create a family environment where there appears to be none, listening to each other's stories, consoling those hurting as best they can. Some fled abusive homes, some are addicted to drugs, and many feel trapped in their nomadic lifestyle.

Piercing this tightly knit community was no small challenge for police. Many of the kids have had run-ins with the law and have rap sheets of their own, thus making undesirable witnesses in a criminal case and perfect victims. "Snitches get stitches," is a favorite saying among them.

By working the street, police learned Spanky favors young men introduc ed to him by people he knows, sometimes at his office. He pays $50 to $80 for a 30- to 40-minute session, Dexter said -- enough to provide a homeless person a night in a motel or food in their stomachs.

The sessions go beyond casual play. Spanky uses rulers to beat his partners, Dexter said. He also twists or bites their nipples, hard enough to bruise them.

Lawrence Rucker, a licensed professional counselor with the University of Texas-Houston who provides regular counseling and substance-abuse counseling for many of the homeless in Montrose who engage in survival , has seen the residual effects of the encounters with Spanky. He diagnosed two young men with post-traumatic stress disorder when they suffered nightmares, panic attacks and mental injuries after Spanky hired them.

One client hired by Spanky later reported, "it was horrifying, it was degrading, humiliating," Rucker said.

"Basically, they're too ashamed to even talk about it," Rucker added.

But Broomas knew police were coming for him, Dexter said. The CPA showed little surprise when arrested at his office in the 500 block of Richmond around 11 a.m. Tuesday. He was aware of the police investigation but did not discard any evidence, Dexter said.


The teen Broomas is charged with having sexual contact with went to his office in 1999 and was offered $80 to subject himself to a spanking, a warrant obtained by police alleges. The teen was beaten on his buttocks and back with a wooden spoon, spanked on his testicles with a ruler and shown bondage videotapes, police said.

Many kids are well aware of the inherent dangers of allowing someone to pick them up, but economic temptation and an attitude of invincibility often prevail, said Mike Blockson, a prevention specialist at Covenant House who tries to educate kids about the alternatives to living on the street.

Rucker tries to show street kids the realities of the environment and how to find a way out .

"I tell them, `You are prey -- I don't care how bad you are, how many muscles you have, you are prey. The only way you can really get out of the mess you're in is get your GED, get a Pell grant, go to college or go to trade school.' "

But changing their lives is a challenge every bit as formidable as surviving the environment in which they dwell.

"Montrose is a black hole," said one survivor of the streets, a 26-year-old mother of two who asked not to be identified. "It sucks you in."
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They roam the streets by the hundreds, living unpredictable lives fraught with danger, sleeping in doorways, getting into cars with strangers willing to pay for flesh.
Frail in appearance, heavily tattooed and pierced, often unshaven and unwashed, these homeless teens and young adults are as much a part of Montrose as trendy restaurants, art galleries, shops and gay bars. They float into the Interfaith Ministries parking lot on Monday and Thursday nights for a sandwich and a drink of water before continuing their hard lives on the street.
And in the midst of all this is Spanky -- a man with money and, police say, a sadistic appetite. He pays well, by a homeless person's standards, to inflict pain. So much pain, in fact, that one counselor diagnosed two clients with post-traumatic stress disorder after alleged sessions with Spanky.
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An accountant accused of paying homeless teenage boys in Montrose to perform sadistic acts is out of jail, for now.

James Michael Broomas, 50, was jailed Tuesday for accusations that he broke terms of his bail agreement.

Broomas' attorney, Chip Lewis, argued successfully today that Broomas could not be jailed without a hearing, and he was release. A hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.

Investigators said Broomas was spotted near Montrose with a child, two acts that break the terms of his bail agreement. Broomas surrendered to police Tuesday shortly after learning of the charges.

Broomas, who police say is known on the streets as "Spanky," was seen at a Burger King on Westheimer with a boy last week, said Matt Dexter of the Houston Police Department's juvenile crimes division.
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holy ,
and guess what...??? the last I remember per the news...the guy is free....!!!!!! :eh: :eh: :eh: :eh:

Man.....I'll really do not mind putting one of my 9mm "hollow-point" bullets in the middle of his eyes....but that's not our business...'s justice and Karma will eventually get the ..... still wonder who's more at fault ....him...??? or the judge that set him free....????
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