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Policewoman Bondage



While Missy M is busy in her liar being tickled and hogtied by her minions (we wonder if she regret it, or if her plan is just to unleash her vengeance against them when this is over), the poor Mia is being prepared for her auction, she has to undress herself and is given a really sexy exotic dancer costume then her wrists are bound overhead while her captor pull the rope hard to make her stretch her legs and stand on her tiptoes for the auctioners amusement. They really want to see how Mia looks while in deep predicament so it is demanded to put her in a strappado. Quite cool angles her with a camera placed on the floor directly under Mia ballgagged mouth. For the final part of her ordeal Mia is obviously hogtied. She is been told that is she will stay till her shipment. She moans in despair. For the final scene of this once proud policewoman saga we place her in a frogtie+hogtie combo that makes her looks nothing less than delicious with her blu eyes never stopping to ask for help that is not coming. Ok, she is being sold to some pervert slavers but somehow i think and i hope that we will see her again (END?)




policewoman bondage


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No government policies or laws explicitly address domestic violence. Human rights organizations alleged spousal abuse of women was widespread. According to the BCHR, 30 percent of women had experienced some form of domestic abuse. Women rarely sought legal redress for violence due to fear of social reprisal or stigma. Authorities devoted little public attention to the problem. The government maintained the Dar al-Aman Shelter for women and children who were victims of domestic violence. The shelter had 16 apartments with accommodations for two women in each apartment. The shelter accommodated citizens and noncitizens and provided transportation for children to attend schools. Authorities stationed a policewoman at the shelter, which authorities did not identify on its exterior, to provide security. Victims of domestic violence had difficulty knowing who to contact or how to proceed when filing a complaint. Procedures required interviews of both the victim and the accused at the same police station; there were no provisions in place to prevent accused family members from having access to their victims.


The law prohibits all forms of forced or compulsory labor except in national emergencies, and the government did not always enforce the law effectively. There were reports of forced labor in the construction and service sectors. The labor law covers foreign workers, except domestic workers, but enforcement was lax, and cases of debt bondage were common. There were also reports forced labor practices occurred among domestic workers and others working in the informal sector; labor laws did not protect most of these workers. In 2012 the government amended the labor law to provide domestic workers the right to see their terms of employment.


No government policies or laws explicitly address domestic violence. Human rights organizations alleged that spousal abuse of women was widespread. Women rarely sought legal redress for violence due to fear of social reprisal or stigma. Little public attention was devoted to the problem. The government maintained the Dar al-Aman Shelter for women and children who were victims of domestic violence. The shelter had 16 apartments with accommodations for two women in each apartment. Citizens and noncitizens were accommodated; however, a police station must refer domestic workers to the shelter. The shelter provided transportation for children to attend schools. A policewoman was stationed at the shelter, which was not identified on its exterior, to provide security.


The law prohibits all forms of forced or compulsory labor except in national emergencies, but the government did not effectively enforce the law. There were reports of forced labor in the construction and service sectors. Foreign workers are covered by labor laws, but enforcement was lax, and cases of debt bondage were common. There were also reports that forced labor practices occurred among domestic workers and others working in the informal sector, most of whom are not protected by labor laws. In July 2012 the government amended the labor law to provide domestic workers the right to see their terms of employment. The government did not undertake specific efforts to enforce laws against forced labor. 041b061a72


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