Prostitution Stings Throughout Massachusetts

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  1. Stressed Out
    Member

    June Bust in Braintree revealed

    Today's Globe detailed a bust that happened as part of sting looking for underage children. Of course I think we all agree that there is absolutely no room for children or forcing anyone in to offering services. This was part of a yearly sting and centered in Braintree. Unfortunately several providers were caught in this sting although none were underage at least in our part of the area. While we all hope that any and all who use children are put away for good we are disappointed that 'lawful' providers are put out of business.


    Prostitution sting charges 7 as FBI puts focus on youth
    Email|Print|Single Page| Text size – + By Matt Carroll
    Globe Staff / July 6, 2008
    Seven people face prostitution-related charges as a result of a law enforcement sting in Braintree, part of a nationwide effort by the FBI to rescue children forced into prostitution.

    Although none of the people arrested locally in "Operation Cross Country" was underage, one told authorities that she had been working as a prostitute since she was 14. About one-quarter of adult prostitutes started when they were juveniles, officials say.

    The stings were carried out last month by local police and the FBI. Authorities say they called numbers listed in the erotic services section of Craigslist.com and arranged for visits at a local hotel, which was cooperating with police.

    Most of those arrested were from Boston, and were using Braintree as a base of operation.

    The FBI asked Braintree police to be part of the operation because the departments have worked well together in the past and because the town is centrally located, with good highway access, said Deputy Chief Russell Jenkins.

    In one case, two alleged prostitutes were working from a condominium on Skyline Drive and police made the arrests there.

    According to court records, on June 19 Quincy Police Detective Mike Ward, posing as a customer, called a number from a Craiglist listing which advertised, "I make dreams come true," and "Please come see me I good massage you."

    A person directed the officer to an address on Skyline Drive, where he was told to call when out front.

    At the address, officers from Boston, Braintree, and the state set up surveillance.

    Ward was greeted by an woman who took him to an apartment where there was a second woman. At the same time, police saw a man leaving the apartment. He was stopped because police were unsure if he was an employee or a customer.

    It turned out, according to the police report, he was a would-be customer who had only $95 and left to get more money. For $160, he said, he had been promised a full range of sex, authorities said. Police said he would receive a summons.

    Ward was allegedly told he could have sex for $75, and both women were charged with solicitation. A total of $790 was seized, along with personal papers and condoms.

    Neither the women nor the owner of the condo could be reached.

    Similar arrests were made at a hotel in Braintree.

    In addition to the FBI and Braintree police, other law enforcement departments involved in the Braintree sting were Quincy police, the State Police, the Norfolk County Sheriff's Office, and the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council.

    A similar sting in Boston, carried out during the same three-day national initiative, resulted in the arrest of six people.

    One child was rescued from exploitation, according to Special Agent Gail Marcinkiewicz of the FBI, so the agency considered the operation a success.

    Nationally, 21 children were recovered in 16 metropolitan areas. The operation was part of a broader initiative called "Innocence Lost," now in its fifth year, which is geared at stopping criminals engaged in domestic trafficking of children for prostitution, according to the Department of Justice.

    In addition to the FBI, others involved in the initiative are the Department of Justice Child Exploitation-Obscenity Section and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

    Since it began, the operation has led to the conviction of more than 300 people on federal and state charges and the recovery of more than 400 child victims
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  2. Wista Steve
    Member

    Watch out in Worcester

    LE has been running a sting for months now in the Main South area, now all thats left is dirty.

    I know many Wista cops, if it looks good its a setup!

    Look out my fellow horndogs.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  3. Bill Buxton
    Member

    Asia Lives

    Originally Posted by WebDog
    There was a 2nd bust in Wellesley. Anyone go there? I can't imagine there were two active AAMPs in that patrician town, but apparently there were

    http://www.wickedlocal.com/wellesley...siness-in-town

    Note this excerpt from the article (the CL ad which led LE to them) ...

    "Young strong Asian Girl, skilled hands, safe clean and private location, appointment only, THIS IS A PRIVET HOME AND IS BY INVITE ONLY, POLICE OR ANY LAW OFFICERS SHALL IDENTIFY THEM SELF AT TIME OF CALL,,,,, ALL MONEYS ARE DONATIONS."

    I guess LE didn't identify them self at time of call. What's worse, the FBI was involve setting up hidden video in flower pot! What a great use of tax dollars!
    Call it whatever you want but If this is an "amp" or Asian related business I am sure you all know "THIS GROUP IS NOT THE BOY SCOUTS"I am sure the links go back to guns,drugs,illegal gambling,and everything else these guys are into.They have no value for human life in these organized rackets they run.

    They are well run,and ruthless gangs shipping gals,kids and whatever else they can to make a profit.Some of your favorite restaurants are covers for larger scale underworld crimes.Think about how some large RT.1 restaurants pay the rent?I am sure it's not with fried rice by the qt and chicken wings.Pick away at the bottom,shake the tree and keep the upper crust off balance.


    B.B...
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  4. Boston Monger
    Member

    Originally Posted by Bill Buxton
    They are well run,and ruthless gangs shipping gals,kids and whatever else they can to make a profit.Some of your favorite restaurants are covers for larger scale underworld crimes.Think about how some large RT.1 restaurants pay the rent?I am sure it's not with fried rice by the qt and chicken wings.Pick away at the bottom,shake the tree and keep the upper crust off balance.


    B.B...
    which one?
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  5. Bill Buxton
    Member

    Asian

    Originally Posted by Boston Monger
    which one?
    Asian gangs, and yes all the others "Russian ect" are not far behind if they in fact are behind at all.

    The Russian mob was developing an area in the PI when I departed the country.I am sure that bunch will give the locals a run for there money.And yes china,Korea,and the like were already doing business (monkeybuisness) in that country.





    B.B...
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  6. Boston Monger
    Member

    Originally Posted by Bill Buxton
    Asian gangs, and yes all the others "Russian ect" are not far behind if they in fact are behind at all.

    B.B...
    which restaurant?
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  7. Phat Bastard
    Member

    From todays Enterprise:



    ROCKLAND —


    A 21-year-old Rockland woman will be arraigned today on prostitution charges.

    ------- ---------, of 361 Webster St., was arrested and charged with sexual conduct for a fee on Thursday.

    According to police, detectives learned that ---------, using the name “Vanessa,” was posting advertisements online, “offering various erotic sexual activities for a fee.”

    On July 29, police stopped a man as he was driving away from ---------- home. Police said the man confirmed that --------- was the “Vanessa” described in the advertisement.

    A detective later got a search warrant for ---------- home, and a detective from another town made an online appointment to see “Vanessa.”

    ---------- home was put under surveillance on Thursday, and an undercover officer was sent in to the house. “After the elements of the crime of Sexual Conduct for a fee were met,” the woman was arrested and the house was searched, according to police.

    Police said they seized cell phones, condoms, sexually explicit printed ads and black lingerie from the woman’s apartment.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  8. Krsupercat
    Inactive

    Originally Posted by Phat Bastard
    From todays Enterprise:

    ROCKLAND —


    A 21-year-old Rockland woman will be arraigned today on prostitution charges.

    ------- ---------, of 361 Webster St., was arrested and charged with sexual conduct for a fee on Thursday.

    According to police, detectives learned that ---------, using the name “Vanessa,” was posting advertisements online, “offering various erotic sexual activities for a fee.”

    On July 29, police stopped a man as he was driving away from ---------- home. Police said the man confirmed that --------- was the “Vanessa” described in the advertisement.

    A detective later got a search warrant for ---------- home, and a detective from another town made an online appointment to see “Vanessa.”

    ---------- home was put under surveillance on Thursday, and an undercover officer was sent in to the house. “After the elements of the crime of Sexual Conduct for a fee were met,” the woman was arrested and the house was searched, according to police.

    Police said they seized cell phones, condoms, sexually explicit printed ads and black lingerie from the woman’s apartment.
    Damn, sorry to hear that as she was good.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  9. Phat Bastard
    Member

    An $18,000 blowjob?

    From todays Herald:



    The lure of a $30 trick with a Lowell hooker ended up nearly costing one man more than $60,000 in cash, police said.

    Jessica Garcia, 30, was released on personal recognizance yesterday after allegations that she agreed to perform oral sex on the drunken john for $30, but then tied him up and ran off with $62,000 in cash he kept in a duffel bag.

    The man had been drinking cognac for several hours on Saturday night when he hopped on his bicycle, cash in tow, to search for a street walker, police said.


    He solicited Garcia in front of 143 Westford St. and the pair snuck into the building’s basement, where Garcia was to be paid $30 for oral sex. Instead, she later told police she tied the man’s ankles together with a belt, pushed him over and grabbed the cash, said Lowell Police Capt. Deborah Friedl.

    Garcia was arraigned in Lowell District Court yesterday on a charge of unarmed robbery. Garcia could not be reached for comment.

    Police said the man had withdrawn $62,000 from six different credit cards, but it’s unclear why. He took the bag of cash with him for safe keeping. That decision, police said, was not a smart one.

    “It doesn’t appear that was such a wise decision to take the cash with him and seek out the services of a prostitute while under the influence of alcohol . . . but it is still obviously a very serious incident,” Friedl said.

    The man told police he was struck on the head and does not remember the robbery. After waking up, he said he went to a Lowell police station and reported the crime.

    Police found Garcia and another man in the downtown Lowell Doubletree Hotel later that night with three stacks of bills totaling $44,521. Friedl said Garcia admitted to tying the man’s legs together and stealing the money.

    Friedl said it’s unclear whether Garcia stashed the remainder of the money or whether the victim miscounted the bills before the robbery



    So it looks like he paid $18,000 for a blowjob.....

    Maybe next time, he won't take out much more than he needs to do the deed and maybe next time he has $62,000 kicking around, he'll buy a car instead of mongering on his bicycle. Kudos to the cops for helping the guy out.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  10. Bill Buxton
    Member

    On His Bike,in The Basement

    Originally Posted by Phat Bastard
    From todays Herald:



    The lure of a $30 trick with a Lowell hooker ended up nearly costing one man more than $60,000 in cash, police said.

    Jessica Garcia, 30, was released on personal recognizance yesterday after allegations that she agreed to perform oral sex on the drunken john for $30, but then tied him up and ran off with $62,000 in cash he kept in a duffel bag.

    The man had been drinking cognac for several hours on Saturday night when he hopped on his bicycle, cash in tow, to search for a street walker, police said.


    He solicited Garcia in front of 143 Westford St. and the pair snuck into the building’s basement, where Garcia was to be paid $30 for oral sex. Instead, she later told police she tied the man’s ankles together with a belt, pushed him over and grabbed the cash, said Lowell Police Capt. Deborah Friedl.

    Garcia was arraigned in Lowell District Court yesterday on a charge of unarmed robbery. Garcia could not be reached for comment.

    Police said the man had withdrawn $62,000 from six different credit cards, but it’s unclear why. He took the bag of cash with him for safe keeping. That decision, police said, was not a smart one.

    “It doesn’t appear that was such a wise decision to take the cash with him and seek out the services of a prostitute while under the influence of alcohol . . . but it is still obviously a very serious incident,” Friedl said.

    The man told police he was struck on the head and does not remember the robbery. After waking up, he said he went to a Lowell police station and reported the crime.

    Police found Garcia and another man in the downtown Lowell Doubletree Hotel later that night with three stacks of bills totaling $44,521. Friedl said Garcia admitted to tying the man’s legs together and stealing the money.

    Friedl said it’s unclear whether Garcia stashed the remainder of the money or whether the victim miscounted the bills before the robbery



    So it looks like he paid $18,000 for a blowjob.....

    Maybe next time, he won't take out much more than he needs to do the deed and maybe next time he has $62,000 kicking around, he'll buy a car instead of mongering on his bicycle. Kudos to the cops for helping the guy out.
    Looks like he got the bonus plan,like I say daily never venture off with a gal to her spot.

    B.B...
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  11. Bigbuzz
    Inactive

    Dumb or Dumber

    The guy in Lowell is definately not a rocket sciencetist. Who has that much cash with them, and someone who does should have hooked up with someone on eros and not cl or the streets.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  12. Bill Buxton
    Member

    With Him

    Originally Posted by Bigbuzz
    The guy in Lowell is definately not a rocket sciencetist. Who has that much cash with them, and someone who does should have hooked up with someone on eros and not cl or the streets.
    The point in question is "why would you carry or let anyone know about this much paper".

    The other point is he got it from a series of cash advances in credit cards,
    even more stupid.

    Easy come, easy go.

    B.B.
    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  13. Leggeddog
    Inactive

    Bust in Natick

    Posted 6 years ago | #Reply
  14. Joe Fish
    Member

    Bust in Natick

    There was a bust in Bridgewater a day or two ago. It's in today's Enterprise. The bust included a few 'johns' too. Buyer beware! It's amazing to me that with all of the other crap going on like oh, say, unsolved murders, domestic abuse, arson, and crooked politicians, LE just continues to go after 'sex for hire.' BTW, the bust in Bridgewater was done by way of Craigslist.

    Joe fish
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  15. OliverTwist
    Inactive

    Bust in Weymouth

    Super 8 motel "formerly the boston motel" details on http://www.wickedlocal.com/weymouth/...h-prostitution.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  16. Bill Buxton
    Member

    Chances

    Originally Posted by OliverTwist
    Super 8 motel "formerly the boston motel" details on http://www.wickedlocal.com/weymouth/...h-prostitution.
    That's why I like to take my chances in the car or at a place I know to be safe. With all the front desk personnel taking notes nowadays seems like some back seat, dark lot shit is not that bad.

    B.B.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  17. Ho Hunter 328
    Member

    Originally Posted by OliverTwist
    Super 8 motel "formerly the boston motel" details on http://www.wickedlocal.com/weymouth/...h-prostitution.
    They're both idiots, there's no way the cops could have proven anything in court.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  18. Rito1
    Inactive

    New name same shit

    Operation Community Trust” Improves Quality
    of Life for Blue Hill Ave. Residents

    In response to ongoing community complaints from residents of the Blue Hill Ave. and Grove Hall area about prostitution and other quality of life issues, officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) and Probation Officers from Roxbury District Court conducted Operation Community Trust to address some of the regular complaints which primarily deal with prostitution, drug use and drug dealing.

    During this operation, plain-clothes officers were flagged down by the below noted suspects and offered sex in exchange for monetary compensation and subsequently arrested for Prostitution: Soliciting Sex for a Fee.

    1. V, 43, of Boston
    2. N, 18, of Dorchester
    3. L, 54, of Boston
    4. P, 49, of Dorchester
    5. S, 37, of Boston
    6. M, 44, of Jamaica Plain
    7. B, 36, of Mattapan
    8. M, 38, of Dorchester

    The suspects will appear at Roxbury District Court on Monday, September 22, 2008 to answer to these charges.

    The cops were flagged down??????
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  19. MeatMan
    Inactive

    Originally Posted by Rito1
    Operation Community Trust” Improves Quality
    of Life for Blue Hill Ave. Residents

    In response to ongoing community complaints from residents of the Blue Hill Ave. and Grove Hall area about prostitution and other quality of life issues, officers from District B-2 (Roxbury) and Probation Officers from Roxbury District Court conducted Operation Community Trust to address some of the regular complaints which primarily deal with prostitution, drug use and drug dealing.

    During this operation, plain-clothes officers were flagged down by the below noted suspects and offered sex in exchange for monetary compensation and subsequently arrested for Prostitution: Soliciting Sex for a Fee.

    1. V, 43, of Boston
    2. N, 18, of Dorchester
    3. L, 54, of Boston
    4. P, 49, of Dorchester
    5. S, 37, of Boston
    6. M, 44, of Jamaica Plain
    7. B, 36, of Mattapan
    8. M, 38, of Dorchester

    The suspects will appear at Roxbury District Court on Monday, September 22, 2008 to answer to these charges.

    The cops were flagged down??????
    The undercover cops were....Yeah,unfuckingbelievable huh?
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  20. MeatMan
    Inactive

    An accused john was collared after his female companion ratted him out as a regular customer, police report.

    XXXXXXXXXX of Dorchester was pulled over around 6:20 p.m. Wednesday for an inspection sticker violation, when his female passenger began spewing obscenities at the officer, prompting a call for back up, according to a police report.

    The woman informed the officers that not only did XXXX know her, he was one of her regulars, according to police.

    XXXX was charged with sex for a fee.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  21. Bill Buxton
    Member

    Never Stick

    Originally Posted by MeatMan
    An accused john was collared after his female companion ratted him out as a regular customer, police report.

    XXXXXXXXXX of Dorchester was pulled over around 6:20 p.m. Wednesday for an inspection sticker violation, when his female passenger began spewing obscenities at the officer, prompting a call for back up, according to a police report.

    The woman informed the officers that not only did XXXX know her, he was one of her regulars, according to police.

    XXXX was charged with sex for a fee.
    The only thing that stupid crack did was expose herself and also jam up the guy for the moment.Unless they see an exchange for money they will have nada on the guy.

    Worst thing is his name is in the press, and the ruination of his reputation.

    All over a piece of tail,Hardly worth the risk.

    B.B.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  22. Shamrock5
    Inactive

    Extorion in Canton, MA

    A reminder that the woman aren't the only ones taking risks!

    Related Link: http://www.boston.com/news/local/mas..._woman_charged...
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  23. Bill Buxton
    Member

    Lawrence/report

    The report I gave on the d&L parking lot incident was not a sting.The gal was not what I would consider a plant,they were just two people with some sort of issue.

    Seems funny they were on a known street and separated with all the manpower for some civil drama.

    B.B.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  24. Phat Bastard
    Member

    This isn't a sting but I want to post it here because it will be used in stings and it won't get as buried in this thread as it will in other threads:

    Here's an interesting twist to the "new and improved" CL. The new CL includes new LE only search tools that they say is to help track down "exploited children and victims of human trafficking" which is a blanket phrase that means "everyone". Finding and helping the underaged and exploited is great but that's not the only thing they'll use it for.
    Obviously the content of the ad that we can all see and search ourselves isn't what the search tools search so they must be getting IP info, phone numbers associated with CL accounts or credit card info and who knows what else.


    "By O’Ryan Johnson
    Sunday, November 9, 2008

    Bowing to a challenge from the Connecticut Attorney General’s Office, the popular Web site craigslist.org last week unveiled new search tools for use by law enforcement aimed at helping track down exploited children and victims of human trafficking.

    More than two years ago, in response to a Herald inquiry, Jim Buckmaster, CEO of craigslist.org, said illegal activity on the site is best handled by the craigslist community, which flags inappropriate advertisers.

    But this week the site announced a partnership with 40 state attorneys general that will help track hookers who moved from the street to the information superhighway by requiring working telephone numbers and credit card payments. That information, on request, will be handed to law enforcement, Buckmaster said.


    “They never threatened us, they challenged us to do better,” Buckmaster said. “That started a series of discussions and face-to-face meetings with them and AGs.”

    Buckmaster said they were never threatened with legal action or promised any protection from law enforcement. He said as part of the agreement, the site created a new search engine with tools accessible only by law enforcement and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

    “We’re providing specialized searches . . . to use for identifying and locating exploited and missing minors, and trafficked persons,” Buckmaster said. “Talking to them has been very fruitful in determining how we could help them in their important work and creating tools for their search interfaces.”

    He said all law enforcement has access to the new tools, including Massachusetts, which refused to sign on to the partnership.

    A spokeswoman for state Attorney General Martha Coakley said her office rarely investigates prostitution on craigslist.org.

    Those cases tend to be handled by local law enforcement and district attorneys, she said.


    http://news.bostonherald.com/news/re...s_fight_crime/
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  25. punteruk
    Inactive

    Michelle Robinson

    That was the real name of the extortionist.

    He he happens to also be the maiden name of a soon-to-be-first lady.

    Originally Posted by Shamrock5
    A reminder that the woman aren't the only ones taking risks!

    Related Link: http://www.boston.com/news/local/mas..._woman_charged...
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  26. Rito1
    Inactive

    1 Busted from CL

    This is from B.P.D. news

    On-Line Prostitution Lands One in Jail

    Pursuant to a Craigslist posting, the Boston Police Human Trafficking Unit conducted an investigation into sexual exploitation.

    As a result of information received, an officer working in an undercover capacity contacted an advertisement under Boston Craigslist for erotic services. The undercover officer spoke to a female voice over the phone who in exchange for cash offered sexual services and set up an appointment with the undercover to meet her at 39 Deering Rd. in Mattapan. After setting the appointment with the female over the phone, several other conversations took place during which the time, place and services were confirmed with the same female voice.

    At the established time, the undercover officer arrived at 39 Deering Rd. and called the previously established number, which was picked up by the same female who told the officer that she was across the street. The undercover officer walked across the street and met the female in front of 40 Deering Road. The undercover approached the suspect at which point the suspect asked, “Are you a cop?” The undercover officer answered yes and displayed his badge. Officers again called the number they had been calling all day and it rang to the suspect’s phone.

    The suspect, Sara *****, 20, of Fall River was arrested and charged with Prostitution.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  27. Bigbuzz
    Inactive

    Quincy Bust

    watch out!!!!!! just saw this in the Ledger online. I had been there earlier but now I won't return.

    http://www.patriotledger.com/news/x2...ions-in-Quincy
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  28. Viejo
    Inactive

    Interesting...

    Originally Posted by Rito1
    This is from B.P.D. news

    On-Line Prostitution Lands One in Jail

    Pursuant to a Craigslist posting, the Boston Police Human Trafficking Unit conducted an investigation into sexual exploitation.......
    ...I wonder how many of us have run into providers and had the feeling that they were enslaved? I know it happens, but wonder what is the real split between voluntary and involuntary. Is Human Trafficking a new route to "probable cause" - whether valid or not?
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  29. Stressed Out
    Member

    Another article on the 'underage' sting'.

    At least nationally some children were taken out of harms way. Of course they shouldn't have been put into danger the first time. Those who do it should be taken out and shot but that is only my opinion. However the vast majority including those listed here were not underage.

    http://www.dailynewstranscript.com/n...g?popular=true



    NORWOOD — Local, county, state and federal police on Friday arrested four women on prostitution charges and two men who officers say are involved with them on other charges.

    Law enforcement officials from several agencies Friday answered several suggestive advertisements in unspecified media outlets and, as a result, made the arrests.

    Police arrested Mellissa , 23, of Hyde Park, Sharnita , 21, of Boston, and Crystalee, 23 of Dorchester, and charged them them with sexual conduct for a fee.

    Ashesha, 26, of Roslindale, was picked up on a warrant of sexual conduct for a fee.

    During the investigation, police seized several cell phones, a GPS unit, two laptop computers and cash, according to a Norwood Police Department press release.

    Police spokesman yesterday declined to say where in town the arrests took place, saying representatives of the site were uninvolved with the alleged criminal activity and cooperated fully with police.

    "The location is innocent in all of this," "Some of these things happen in Norwood because of our location, I think - right next to (Interstate) 95 and (Rte.) 128."

    The arrests came as part of a three-day nationwide effort to pluck children out of the world of prostitution. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Web site says the work led to the "recovery" of 48 children and the arrest of 571 people. The FBI site thanks many local police departments, including Norwood's, for participating in the effort.

    The nationwide campaign can be traced to the federal bureau's Innocence Lost Initiative, a program begun in 2003 that combines the work of the FBI, the Department of Justice's child exploitation section and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

    According to the FBI, these groups have worked successfully to rescue over 575 children since the initiative's inception. Investigations have successfully led to the conviction of more than 300 people who exploit children through prostitution.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply
  30. Rito1
    Inactive

    Watch Ch7 this Monday

    I saw an ad for a 3 day sting with 11 arrests (I think) that is going to air Monday night at 11pm. It's a special report by johnathan Hall.
    Posted 5 years ago | #Reply

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