A South Carolina man has been arrested after unknowingly admitting to an undercover police officer that he wanted to make a child his sex slave and “physically cannibalize” the children they would have together.
Thirty-six-year-old Justin Teeter Bensing of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, believed he was talking to an innocent 14-year-old girl through online communications using the alias “Rebel Deese.” During what he thought was a private conversation, he expressed his desire to turn a child into a “full-time baby maker and sex slave,” according to The State.
Unbeknownst to Bensing, he was actually admitting his sick desires to an undercover Greenville County police officer.
However, according to Fox News, even the officer was unprepared for what he would learn about the sick man next. As if his first admission wasn’t troubling enough, Bensing also expressed that he wanted to “physically cannibalize” the children that he would have with the 14-year-old.
Bensing traveled from Myrtle Beach to Greenville to pick up who he thought was the 14-year-old girl. You can imagine his surprise when he was met with handcuffs instead of his 14-year-old “baby maker and sex slave.” In addition to his sex slave desire and cannibalism, cops discovered that he intended to make his victim drink her own urine and he also expressed passions for bestiality.
Bensing was arrested on February 12 and is facing two counts of criminal solicitation of a minor in connection with a roundup of more than 40 accused child predators and sex traffickers.
Released on bond without conditions
What’s infuriating about this particular situation is that after he appeared before a judge, he was released on February 14. His bond had only been set at $10,000 for each of the two charges, and there were no conditions set on the bond. However, he is facing up to ten years per charge in prison, if he’s convicted.
The two-week-long sting, called “Operation Millstone,” resulted in the arrest of 14 child predators, two human traffickers, 10 prostitutes, and 18 Johns. When asked, Sheriff Will Lewis stated, “Depravity doesn’t even begin to describe this.”
The operation takes it’s name from a passage in the New Testament book of Matthew in a verse that reads, “If anyone causes one of these little ones — those who believe in me — to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.”