“To Catch a Predator” shows humanity at its lowest point possible

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I’m not even sure why I fell down this particular rabbit hole, but I think it started when I followed a suggested link while on Youtube, but the next thing I knew, I was inundated with non-stop selections from Chris Hansen’s “To Catch a Predator”, as show that seems to have the specific goal of showing you how miserably bad civilization can get when you let it fester in the…

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Author of Innocent Until Proven Guilty and 15 other novels. Writer, college professor and computer game designer.

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Duane Gundrum

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Author of Innocent Until Proven Guilty and 15 other novels. Writer, college professor and computer game designer.

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