Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris files new pimping and money-laundering charges opposite operators of Backpage.com

Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris announced new rapist charges Friday opposite a operators of personal ad website Backpage.com, accusing them of laundering gain from escorts as good as pimping children and adult women on their websites. 

The charges come dual weeks after a Sacramento decider threw out pimping charges opposite a same 3 men, statute that websites such as Backpage.com — which Harris had cursed as a “world’s tip online brothel” — are stable from lawsuits when they tell debate posted by other people.

But in a new 40-count rapist complaint, Harris indicted a operators of privately creating profiles for thousands of women, including minors, to boost income from a bootleg sex trade. The profiles seemed on their dual other websites, BigCity and EvilEmpire, that were used to pull Web trade to Backpage’s harlotry business, a censure said.

The censure listed 10 victims whose profiles were combined though their knowledge. In one case, a lady contacted Backpage to mislay her sketch from EvilEmpire, though was told by Backpage staff that a dual companies were not dependent and therefore her design could not be removed, according to a complaint.

Mothers who remove a second child to violence

Caption Mothers who remove a second child to violence

“You rinse a pain. You feed a pain. You get dressed with a pain.” (Callaghan O’Hare / Los Angeles Times)

“You rinse a pain. You feed a pain. You get dressed with a pain.” (Callaghan O’Hare / Los Angeles Times)

In male contra mountain, Seuk Doo Kim is winning a battle

Caption In male contra mountain, Seuk Doo Kim is winning a battle By his count, Seuk Doo Kim has climbed Mt. Baldy scarcely 750 times and aims to record 1,000 summits by subsequent year. 

 

By his count, Seuk Doo Kim has climbed Mt. Baldy scarcely 750 times and aims to record 1,000 summits by subsequent year. 

 

The Desperate Trek: Colombia to America

Caption The Desperate Trek: Colombia to America

Increasing numbers of migrants from outward Latin America are traversing a nomadic and dangerous trail adult a spine of South America, Central America and Mexico in hopes of reaching a U.S., a new migrant track that is straining countries along a approach and presenting new hurdles for securing America’s southern border. (Video by Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)

Increasing numbers of migrants from outward Latin America are traversing a nomadic and dangerous trail adult a spine of South America, Central America and Mexico in hopes of reaching a U.S., a new migrant track that is straining countries along a approach and presenting new hurdles for securing America’s southern border. (Video by Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)

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