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Irgendeiner

Kevin (yet Again)

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I've just tripped over this: http://www.holdthefrontpage.co.uk/news/101013prosecution.shtml

As part of an exclusive investigation into sex trafficking, the Croydon Guardian reports a senior police officer saying editors who continue to run adverts for brothels could be arrested.

Vice squad detective inspector Kevin Hyland told the paper: "It is an offence to advertise for prostitution. If newspapers do run adverts there is a possibility of prosecution.

"The legislation we are thinking of using is aiding and abetting offences of controlling prostitution for gain, offences of trafficking under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and possibly money laundering."

This, yet again, isn't policing - it is way down, along with TV-licencing's harrassment of people who have neither TVs nor licences. I'm just waiting for Panorama to do a fearless, far reaching (etc., etc.,) investigation of Kevin and his gang. Surely they can be caught with their pants down somehow?

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be interesting to see if the papers in croyden that run ads will take any notice,especially as they belong to the daily mail group

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Once again why not go and get the real abusers and traffickers out there?is this really so difficult?would the police be considered aiding and abetting control for gain by not targetting these offenders?

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Once again why not go and get the real abusers and traffickers out there?is this really so difficult?would the police be considered aiding and abetting control for gain by not targetting these offenders?

the met want to stop prostitution, even where its consensual,trafficking gives the met & others (who hate prostitution) the excuse

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