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Court of Common Pleas grand jury issues 19 open indictments | News, Sports, Jobs

LISBON — The Court of Common Pleas grand jury issued 41 indictments while choosing not to indict in two cases. The next 19 open indictments are as follows, with the remaining 22 secret indictments to be released as they are served. Lucas J. Chadbourne, 41, of Midland, Pa., is charged …

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Matt Gaetz’s ex testifies before grand jury in ‘major development’ of sex trafficking investigation

An ex-girlfriend of Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) testified Wednesday before a federal grand jury investigating the Rep. for sex crimes, NBC News reports, “a major development that suggests the Justice Department may be closing in on the to charge him.” The ex-girlfriend, who deliberately remained unidentified by NBC News, reportedly …

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Cardi B’s STD defamation trial begins in Georgia

Cardi B’s lawsuit alleging that a YouTube blogger defamed her with “malicious” allegations about drug use, prostitution and sexually transmitted diseases began Monday in federal court in Georgia – and an expert said Rolling stone the rapper has a “good chance” of winning. “The jurors are all spaced out. They …

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Former Labor Minister Lord Mandelson smiles at Jeffrey Epstein’s birthday party

Former Labor Minister Lord Mandelson smiles at Jeffrey Epstein’s birthday party in a photo “taken a YEAR after the billionaire financier was accused of soliciting a woman for prostitution” The photograph shows Lord Mandelson with Epstein in his Paris apartment This was after Epstein was accused of soliciting a woman …

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Sex Trafficking in Hawaii Is More Than Harm Reduction

I need to write this because I cannot participate in evil. It is actively revisionist and a form of prejudice to discuss the sex trafficking in these islands without mentioning the colonial violence, cultural genocide and systemic racism, which are the causes and effects of the sex industry in Hawaii. …

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Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said his office would not prosecute rate frauds, resistance to arrest, prostitution and more without felony charge

NEW YORK (CBSNew York) – New Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg changes crimes that will be prosecuted. His new plan targets pre-prison programs. But some are wondering how they will impact overall security in the city, CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reported on Tuesday. READ MORE: CBS2 Investigates: Why Do So Many …

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Flashback: the mayor orders the closure of houses “of bad reputation” in 1912

A private meeting was held in Courtroom 4 of the Luzerne County Courthouse on Saturday January 6, 1912. Hosted by the Mayor of Wilkes-Barre, John V. Kosek, the purpose of the meeting which involved judges, the district attorney, ministers, newspaper editors and charity workers was to find out how to …

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Prostitution and drug addiction behind the closure of the Borno IDP camps

Borno State Governor Professor Babagana Umara Zulum justified the reasons for the closure of internally displaced persons (IDPs) camps in Maiduguri, claiming that the IDP camps were becoming a slum where all kinds of vices were happening, including prostitution, drug addiction and violence in some cases. The governor noted that …

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Prostitution, pimps, drugs and embezzlement occupy the courts

Photo by EKATERINA BOLOVTSOVA: Pexels Desperate prostitute for the love of his pimp Desperate for love, also possibly desperate for money to support her mother, a 25-year-old Spanish woman is mired in trouble in Monaco after a love affair in Dubai. In Dubai, a man seduces her and becomes her …

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Human trafficking soars as Nigerians seek greener pastures in West African countries

Nigerian adolescents are being trafficked to neighboring countries like Ghana, Cameroon and more, all in the name of seeking greener pastures, stakeholders revealed, as they call for greater awareness. at the local level to stem the threat. Recently, the media have been inundated with the story of three teenagers from …

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