Wednesday, March 20, 2019

New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Will Reject a Deal to Drop Prostitution Solicitation Charges

Robert Kraft
Robert Kraft, the owner of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, reportedly will reject a deal that could lead prosecutors to drop criminal charges against him for allegedly soliciting prostitution, reports CNBC.

CNN reports that Kraft, 77, is turning down the proposed deferred prosecution deal extended Monday to him by the Palm Beach County State's Attorney's Office in Florida.

That deal would require Kraft to concede that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him if the case were to go to trial.

He has apparently told Palm Beach County to shove it.

Oh yeah, smashing the state!

Kraft and his high-powered legal team are going to destroy the Palm Beach County prosecutors office and the police department for bringing these Puritan busybody victimless "crime" charges against him.

See Chapter 1, "The Prostitute" of  Walter Block's Defending the Undefendable: The Pimp, Prostitute, Scab, Slumlord, Libeler, Moneylender, and Other Scapegoats in the Rogue’s Gallery of American Society for a detailed libertarian discussion on the topic.

This victory will be bigger than the Patriots' Super Bowl wins!



  1. Interesting that sex is one of the very few services you can legally give away for free but you cannot charge for it.

    1. I had a friend who was prohibited by state law from selling raw goat’s milk. Being a clever man, he began “selling” bags of rich soil from his farm and “giving away” the milk. I think he loved sparing with the bureaucrats because he did it in one form or another or another for 20+ years.

    2. Robert What?, I'm no lawyer, but from the cases that one hears about, it seems that you just cannot charge money for sex. Bartering seems to go on all the time in social circles, as we know that people are exchanging other goods for sex (e.g., Tequila shots, a fancy dinner, Super Bowl tickets, information, etc.). It would be interesting to know if one could be charged with prostitution if one accepted gold bullion; would the state be willing to argue that gold bullion is money?

  2. I was sure hoping he was going to fight them, and he surely is. From what I know of the case, listening to Boston sports radio, I think you are right Robert, his legal team is going to put a major smack down on the State busybodies.
    The interesting thing aside from the legal sparring is what will Goodell,(who is the devil) do to Kraft.
    The greatest of all things is this gives the Patriots new ammo to ride them to another super bowl win!!

  3. Until they have monopolistic control on the production of its human resources, there are two things statist will never allow:
    1. An effective and inconspicuous male contraceptive
    2. Legal female prostitution