Yet the chief legal officers of Washington state, Missouri and Connecticut have found hundreds of on Back. The letter says the hub for illegal sex is a magnet for those seeking to exploit minors and points to more than 50 cases, in 22 states over three years, involving the trafficking or attempted trafficking of minors through Back.
They also reminded Back. In many cases involving human trafficking on Back. Prosecutors in Benton County, Wash.
One of the adults rented a hotel room in Kennewick and forced the girls to have sex with men who answered the onlinefor which Back. The multimedia company, which owns 13 weekly newspapers in the United States including the Seattle Weekly, admits its involvement in advertising illegal services.
Many state attorneys general believe that Back. While Back.
The letter from state attorneys general makes a series of requests to Back. For example, in order to substantiate the claim that the company enforces policies to prevent illegal activity, the attorneys general ask that Back. The attorneys general also ask, among other requests, how many advertisements in its adult section and subsections have been submitted since Sept.
InMcKenna helped lead 42 other attorneys general in reaching an agreement with Craigslist to crack down on illegal listings, in an effort to reduce crimes like distributing child pornography and human trafficking. McKenna, president of the National Association of Attorneys General, in June announced a national initiative to reduce human trafficking.
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