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Blackmailed Man Commits Suicide

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 8:14 am Sat 15th February 2014

Story here.

Angie Rose Wilson your actions have led to the death of this man.

What ide really like to know is did you plan the consensual sexual relationship in order to make some cash from the outset or did you come up with a the plan afterwards?

I am surprised you didn’t call your prostitution rape like some do. I’m guessing you thought it best to try the blackmail path first and you didn’t get the chance to execute the false rape complaint because he killed himself.

OK so you say you are sorry now. But if you really are you would recall the decision and ask for a custodial sentence. A few months on home detention sitting in front of the TV plus a couple of weeks PD in exchange for a dead man. I think you got real value for your deeds.

Seems the Judge thinks you selling your body in exchange for money and threating all sorts of malice is equal to your crime. I do not.

My thoughts and support is for the victim and all the male victims of these sorts of crimes who continue to have the lives belittled by unequal punishment.


  1. It is all in the bottom line:

    At Wilson’s sentencing it was revealed she had tried similar blackmail on another man a few months earlier. He had made a complaint and she received a police warning.

    It wouldn’t surprise me if she does this again but more surreptitiously – buyer beware.

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 9:23 am

  2. I am no longer surprised at the pussy pass given to women these days and the unbelievable amount of FEMALE PRIVELAGE in todays feminist (male hating) society. I confess i too was brainwashed into thinking men were violent animals who need to be chained up. Right until i was falsely accused by my wife of any crime and non-crime she could think of. Just so she could get my share of relationship property. The laws and the female-biased and corrupt Family Court and its Judges who are fattened on the taxpayer and our dollars, are designed to give women incentive to get rid of their men on a regular basis and they never need to work another day in their lives. There preferred method is to have a backup guy in the wings for a while, then shock and awe and psychologically torture the bloke and take everything off him by lying to the corrupt and/or stupid police. This story is just a variation on the psychopaths that r a large proportion of the female population – especially the better looking narcissists.

    Comment by Sane in an insane world — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 9:30 am

  3. Sadistic lies can destroy the lives of honest, hardworking citizens, the lives their family and others in the community who depend upon them for support. Worse still, when the perpetrators are highly paid officials discharged to serve and protect the very lives they destroy.

    Comment by Soothsayer — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 10:39 am

  4. Downunder. Yes there seems to be a pattern here for this creature and that more weight applied at sentencing would have been appropriate.

    But it’s not really the heart of the problem men have now faced for the past 20+ years. It is the ease of placing any allegation against a man without evidence. And what chance would a 40 year old man have against a 17 year old woman? Yes, today allegations are considered evidence enough when in fact an allegation is just a declaration and should remain so until it is supported by evidence.

    What say there was no texting for the police to consider and Angie Wilson pushed ahead with an allegation? It’s an automatic her word against his. Charge and publication of name is the cornerstone right of every woman. I can see why suicide is perhaps a favourable consideration.

    There was a time when a man had the right to live a normal life after an allegation. And by no small part his mother, wife, sister, daughter as well. There is no doubt the man is considered guilty if an allegation turns into a charge being laid. Even if an acquittal afterwards, it is considered he got off.

    88% of rape cases end in an acquittal or hung juries that are not retried. What that is telling me is that most of the public are not buying allegations without evidence.

    By now the police have a lot of data on what they know to be unacceptable for the his peers consider and convict. But I think what may be the problem is the police are under female pressure groups and have to appease or be at risk themselves. After all an auto publication and costly a trial for the accused man while second prize but still satisfactory enough for the man haters to consider mostly successful.

    It results in broken lives and broken families. Moreover a broken mother, wife daughter(s), sister(s) of the man.

    Ref site here.

    Comment by Lukenz — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 11:57 am

  5. But it’s ruined her life.

    Comment by Wayne Burrows — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 12:46 pm

  6. Note this young blackmailer Angie Wilson focuses almost completely on herself and heavily mimimizes her offending. Poor thing is bothered by this incident because she has lost friends and has been called a murderer, it might cause her to feel judged when she tries to find a job, and it has, well, ruined her life. Golly, perhaps this man should be prosecuted posthumously for putting her through this. After all, suicide when done by men is a form of power and control over women according to feminist propagandists like Neville Robertson.

    Angie Wilson’s deliberate extortion, attempting to thieve money from a man she lured into having sex with her, was “..just a wee mistake..” that “..changed my life forever”. Oh, how our collective heart bleeds for you Angie.

    She claimed to be sorry “..for what has happened..” No, her behaviour didn’t just ‘happen’, SHE did it. Her euphemistic, minimizing language allows her to avoid acknowledging her selfish, malevolent behaviour and exploitative thievery; instead things just ‘happened’. It seemed likely that she planned the blackmail from the outset but of course she makes no mention of that.

    Angie Wilson (why was her full name not published?) claimed “I never knew the consequences of what I was doing at the time.” Yeah right; she had already been warned by the police for doing the same thing to someone else so of course she was aware of consequences.

    Why did the police not prosecute her for her earlier blackmail offending? Such behaviour is deliberate and serious; blackmail in NZ carries a maximum prison term of 14 YEARS. We don’t see police letting males off with a warning for any offending of such serious proportions. This was a typical pussy pass courtesy of the NZ police.

    Despite the lenience and second chance already provided by police who almost certainly would have made her aware of the 14 YEARS IMPRISONMENT level of seriousness of the offending, Angie Wilson proceeded simply to commit the same offending again towards a new victim. Yet the Court still saw fit to award her with the ridiculous pussy pass of short periods of home detention and community work.

    Angie Wilson’s mother claimed she was young and naive and deserved a ‘second chance’. Well mum, your disgustingly selfish daughter was already on her second chance and because of the earlier warning she was most certainly not ‘naive’. Her sentence amounts to a third chance. Bets are on for how many more chances she will get when she again succumbs to the temptation to use her attractive body to make huge easy money through blackmail. The current pussy pass punishment will certainly do little to discourage her.

    This story raises the broader issue of liberal prostitution laws enacted by Helen Clark’s man-hating government. Making prostitution legal may have been justified but the ‘prostitutes need protection and are poor victims being exploited sexually by men’ belief underlying the Clark law led it to be almost devoid of sensible protections for consumers. The law now allows prostitutes to ply their trade with almost no restraint. Blackmail and extortion are some of many undesirable problems associated with prostitution and Angie Wilson’s case is an example of that. Like laws covering other business such as retailing, real estate sales and car firms, the law should have recognized the opportunity for exploitation inherent in the prostitution trade and provided specific sentences to recognize the aggravating factor of committing offences through that trade. Angie Wilson was a prostitute who used her allure to exploit men’s natural instincts for her own profit, and she then further abused her position through blackmail. Her customers should legally have expected to receive a safe service according to her promise. Angie Wilson’s sentence should have been even greater than normal because she exploited her role in providing a paid service, but instead she received a pussy pass of incredible proportions.

    Comment by Man X Norton — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 12:55 pm

  7. By the way, the dead man had committed an offence by purchasing sexual services from someone under 18 years old, for which he could have been imprisoned for 7 years. Angie Wilson’s blackmail threatened much more than portraying him as a dirty old man. It’s unclear whether Angie Wilson herself committed any offence by working as a prostitute or entrapping men into offending under this law. The Clark law seemed to assume that the behaviour of women under 18 is caused by others rather than the young woman herself.

    Comment by blamemenforall — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 1:40 pm

  8. Man X Norton. A very comprehensive finding that calls it like it is. 10 out of 10.

    Blamememforall. A very good point I never considered. Angie Rose Wilson said he didn’t pay. So technically the dead man did not do anything wrong. He just had consensual sex with a woman of consenting age.

    No doubt being such a grey area, the police would let him off with a warning in the same customary manner they did for Angie Rose Wilson first offence.

    Comment by Lukenz — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 2:23 pm

  9. Yeah right LukeNZ, sure, the police would have let the man off with a warning! I can see a couple of pigs with wings flying past my window right now.

    Honestly, if Angie Rose Wilson had made a police complaint about this man purchasing sexual services from her, even though she were known as someone who has done the same thing to another man, there is NO WAY police would let him off with a warning. His offence by tariff may have been only half as serious as hers, but he has a penis and that’s an automatic ticket into prosecution if the evidence supports it.

    My guess is that either he did pay this skank what she had asked for her blow jobs but she then sought many times more having profited handsomely from the same game before, or money was never discussed on the last occasion(s) and she simply engaged in sexual acts with the intention of blackmailing this married man. She claimed that he had paid her for previous services but owed her some promised money, an unlikely story.

    Comment by blamemenforall — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 5:25 pm

  10. Thinking further about this, I wonder if the man she was previously warned for blackmailing was prosecuted by police! I would be surprised if they didn’t. In any case, the ‘warning’ police gave to Angie Rose Wilson clearly didn’t work. I bet police approached it with an attitude that placed most blame on the guy she had blackmailed and the message she heard was that she was unlikely to wear much responsibility for any sexual matter involving an older guy. She was right.

    Comment by Man X Norton — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 5:32 pm

  11. And so has anyone made one of those little petitions that demands to know why she got ‘let off’ with a warning the first time she did it? If she hadn’t, the second victim may not have died. If the gender’s were reversed the women’s organisations would be baying for police blood right now.

    Comment by Rachel Rolston — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 7:09 pm

  12. I might have ‘ruined her life’ if she hadn’t been let off with a warning the first time.

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 8:36 pm

  13. It …

    Comment by Downunder — Sat 15th February 2014 @ 8:45 pm

  14. It’s easy to focus on the disgust we have for this woman and to lose sight of the heaviness and tension this man went through.

    The horror of it all coming out in the media and the choices he was trying to cope with. Having to tell his girlfriend, maybe losing all what he had worked for, expensive and public trial without suppression of name. Overwhelming to a point where a decision was made but changing it over and over again.

    The law makers of the world just do not recognise that men have just as much emotion as a woman does. They consider men tough enough to cope with humiliation and shame false complaints would bring about. The statistics overwhelmingly prove otherwise.

    In recent years as much as 3.5 men for 1 woman kill themselves. While female rates have remained the same since records began in 1948.

    Comment by Lukenz — Sun 16th February 2014 @ 8:37 am

  15. Stuff have changed the headline to “blackmailer rues her action”

    Comment by Wayne Burrows — Sun 16th February 2014 @ 10:35 pm

  16. That’s what it has in the address line …

    Comment by Downunder — Mon 17th February 2014 @ 6:54 am

  17. How biased the media is?? Do we need another proof??

    Comment by kumar — Mon 17th February 2014 @ 9:50 am

  18. Wow….I am/was this man’s partner at the time of his death…I’d REALLY like to add to what has been said but after almost 2 years it is pointless, Angie Rose Wilson will go on to continue EXACTLY the same behavior as she has in the past, that was very clear in the trial…..if only the public knew the full extent of her offending….so much is not made public… Her last victim was a relative and her extended family gasped when that was made public at the trial….THIS GIRL IS TOTAL EVIL!!!! So many lives have been destroyed by her “wee mistake”….

    Comment by Kulu — Sun 25th May 2014 @ 11:28 pm

  19. Hi

    I am trying to track down Angie – can anyone provide her number?

    Comment by John — Fri 15th May 2020 @ 9:36 pm

  20. John, I use to be a friend of hers. I’ve spent the last almost 2 years tryna track her down with absolutely no success.last I knew she was going on braclete again and then completely blacked me out and has made it almost impossible to find her

    Comment by Morgan — Mon 21st June 2021 @ 1:37 pm

  21. It is likely she has changed her name. Possibly appearance too. Drive licence number remains the same. Internal affairs will know, as would police, IRD. Maybe someone that is related to her will know.

    Comment by Lukenz — Mon 21st June 2021 @ 4:17 pm

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