John E. Robinson, Sr.: The Slavemaster
Carolyn Troutman didn't know it when she contacted authorities about her missing daughter, but police had recently stepped up their surveillance of John Robinson. Suzette also cultivated online friendships with other subs from around the world who also knew she had gone to
For several weeks, Robinson contacted Suzette's submissive friends and some of her relatives by e-mail, pretending to be Troutman. Most weren't fooled by the blatant attempt at subterfuge. Robinson soon dropped the act and set his sights on seducing one of Suzette's online friends named Lore, who lived in
Lore and another Canadian woman began their own amateur investigation of the man they believed was named "J.R. Turner." Robinson moved quickly after Lore told him she was interested in finding a dominant master for a friend. The e-mails and chat sessions turned into telephone calls, which were picked up by the police taps in place. The Lenexa,
"The police didn't tell me to get John Robinson to lure me to
Robinson made vague offers to Lore about meeting in person, she said.
"He offered nothing other than I would be financially taken care of and never have to work," she testified.
Lore wasnt the only target of Robinsons homicidal lust. He was meeting women locally and had struck up an online and telephone friendship with a
Listening in on the call, police knew Robinson had selected his next victim.