Update on Gary Bennett of Rockville, Maryland (aka Beefeater500)

Remember the infamous Beefeater500 from the Maryland/Washington D.C. area? You would think after all his exposure and fugitive hunts from the police, Gary Bennett (his real name) would have enough and call it quits. No way, once a perverted criminal, always a perverted criminal. The year 2016 is still busy for Gary Bennett and like all bad boys and bad girls here, the news only gets worse.

Beefeater500 / Gary Bennett profile

Read his profile above. He had to change jobs in the beginning of 2016, but his new job and employer is still exposed. Then on July 21, 2016, the Howard County police in Maryland arrested him in a prostitution sting. With his profile exposed, the police are going to have a lot of fun backtracking his over a thousand prostitution encounters, so they can give him the maximum sentence.

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Korean pimp Gin Woo Park sentenced to 6 years prison

For several years, three Korean pimps were running an escort/prostitution/human trafficking ring in the Irvine area of Los Angeles, until they were arrested and shutdown back in August 2014. A year and a half later, one of those pimps received his sentence.


On January 11, 2016, Gin Woo Park (shown left, now age 44) pleaded guilty and was sentenced for five felony counts of pimping. He was sentenced to 6 years in California state prison. His prison sentence would have been 40 years if he pleaded not guilty and was sentenced to the maximum.

The other two pimps, Heung Soon Kim, 57, of Los Angeles (shown center) and Miyoun Kim, 38, of Newport Beach (shown right) have pleaded not guilty, and their criminal trial continues. Heung Soon Kim faces a maximum of 40 years and 8 months in prison and Miyoun Kim faces a maximum of 12 years and 8 months in prison.

If any of them are non-U.S. citizens (and they most likely are), such as living in America under a temporary visa (like a work/student/marriage), or here as a tourist, or illegally here, they will be deported after their prison sentence. Then they will be banned from entering the U.S. for at least 10 years, all the way to life. Why do so many idiots have to learn the hard way?