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Police Are Now Posting Prostitution Ads on Backpage.com
By Eric Nicholson Observer
Anyone who frequents the escort section of backpage.com probably already knows this. Ditto for anyone who has given much thought to how police vice units are adapting to an era in which much of the sex trade is orchestrated online. It bears mentioning nonetheless: The Dallas Police Department is posting online prostitution ads.
The ads take two forms. Some are dummies, meant to scare off would-be johns. Take this example, which was posted to backpage.com last July under the incredibly misleading headline "-->> new PERFECT brunette DOLL PETITE BODY? - 21 - 21":
The D_a(ll)_a_s (Pol) ice in an effort to fight the (vict)imization and sexual exp) loitation of women and (child)ren through (prost)itution/human (traff)icking has initiated several (under) cover operations on the Internet. Some ads will be a (warn)ing such as this one! Other ads will be real, in that the person you meet will be a real under_cover police officer! You are not anonymous and your location and (I_P) address has just been lo(gg)ed.
The other type, as the dummy ad explains, is meant to be indistinguishable from the dozens posted each day by prostitutes and/or their pimps. When the unsuspecting customer arranges a meeting, cops are waiting, handcuffs at the ready.
None of which has put so much as a dent on the local sex trade. Since midnight, more than 80 escort ads have been posted to Dallas Backpage.
People always ask "do police post on Backpage?" Yes, they do. Backpage is crawling with undercover pigs, vice, FBI, DHS, on and on. They all have one goal in mind, to shut down Backpage and drive prostitution underground.
They offered Backpage a way out, but Backpage wouldn't be bullied into removing their escort section like Craigslist was. So the government declared an all out war on johns, prostitutes, pimps and anywhere that they advertise. Last year the FBI seized MyRedbook, this year DHS seized Rentboy. And every day there's another prostitution sting in the evening news.
This prohibition on prostitution is working out so well maybe they should make alcohol illegal. Cure the world of all its evils.
From: Anne Arundel County Police Department
The Anne Arundel County Police Department is implementing a zero tolerance campaign against Prostitution and Human Trafficking. Part of that campaign is to monitor internet sites related to prostitution, human trafficking, pimping, pandering and actively pursue prosecution for crimes occurring within Anne Arundel County.
When you are arrested for a crime associated with Prostitution and Human Trafficking this is what you can expect:
• You WILL be arrested
• Your arrest photo, name, address and listing of all charges will be immediately sent to all local media outlets, displayed on the Police Department Facebook page, Twitter & Nixel notifications will be sent to all registrants.
• You will be prosecuted and the maximum penalty allowed by law will be sought.
From: Prince George’s County, Maryland…The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Narcotics Enforcement Division is proactively investigating crimes of prostitution, human trafficking and solicitation.
Detectives gain information about these crimes from several sources to include citizens, patrol officers, debriefing arrestees and scouring the internet.
“We have zero tolerance for this type of activity. We will not allow people of that caliber to set-up shop in our county and bring down the quality of life of our residents”, said Chief Roberto Hylton.
EDITORS NOTE: It's an easy arrest with little to no risk to officers. And an easy way to justify the over bloated budgets of local police, FBI and several other government leaches trying to justify their existence.
County after county have issued similar warnings. The war is on and you are the enemy. Will you stand up and fight or lay down and let others fight for you?
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