In California: 3 Arrested for Pimping Teens. Here's Why It's Pretty Much Pointless.
Yesterday, California officials announced the arrest of three individuals for operating a human trafficking ring with eight minors aged 15-17.
The multi-state illegal sex operation involved stolen identities, which were used by the perpetrators to rent apartments for use as make-shift brothels. Including the teens, authorities were able to locate thirteen victims, all female.
From Fox News:
Take a good hard look at these animals:
Thanks to lax policies voted in by moronic Californians, it matters little for the families of the victims if all three heathens are convicted of their crimes. It's very possible they'll all be free sooner than you think.
While Senate Bill 1322 was sold by Senator Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) as a solution to help victims of sex trafficking seek help, it ended up encouraging gangs to seek out minors for sex trafficking. Since California cops can only arrest prostitutes over 18, minors are able to continue working, making their pimps more money with less interruption.
In case these three child-sex pimps do get convicted, Proposition 57 would allow them opportunities for early release. The law was written to enable non-violent offenders to be eligible for parole sooner— and is extremely lax on what it considers non-violent.
Under Prop 57, date-rapists, arsonists, and of course— child-sex traffickers— are all eligible for reduced sentencing and early release programs.
This is what the leftist voters of California chose for their communities. They chose to feel good about themselves, damned be the consequences. It won't be long before they become victims themselves.
Stay alert. Stay alive.