Man Arrested for Craigslist Ad Seeking Someone to Rape His 11-Year-Old Daughter

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Nov 6, 2013   |   4:29PM   |   St. Louis, MO

Every so often LifeNews chronicles someone around the world who attempts to sell their daughter for sex or to auction off their virginity. Such attempts to sell people for sex are as old as humanity itself but the incidence seems to have increased over the years, likely in part to the increasing lack of respect afforded to one’s sexual capacity.

When political campaigns are run by abortion activists based on trashing pro-life candidates who value the sexual capacity of young men and women and want them to remain abstinent until marriage to honor the purity associated with one’s ability to enjoy and experience a meaningful, loving sexual relationship, the value of a woman and her sexuality is lowered. In part, it reduces women to sexual objects and results in this.

A man (certainly not a father) has been arrested for attempting to sell his daughter’s sexuality on Craiglist and treat her as a sex toy. From the story:

A Missouri man was arrested after police say he took his 11-year-old daughter to meet someone who agreed to sexually assault the girl in response to a Craigslist ad, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Authorities in St. Louis, Mo. were alerted to the Craigslist ad when a user reported it as abuse. From there, they reached out to 32-year-old Anthony Brinkman pretending to be someone interested in performing sexual acts on the girl.

Brinkman told the undercover officer, who was posing as a 27-year-old woman, that he wanted her to be his girlfriend so the two could both assault the girl with sex toys, according to the Post-Dispatch. He also wanted help in finding a boyfriend for his daughter.

The agreement was that Brinkman would bring his daughter to a Cracker Barrel restaurant to meet the woman, and if the two hit it off, he would take her back to his home so they could abuse the girl.

Instead, Brinkman was met by officers who arrested him at the scene about 48 hours after he posted the Craigslist ad online.