CT Backpage pimp only gets 10 years

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Norwalk Sex-Trafficker Gets 10 Years:

I originally posted about Theodore ‘PeeJaye’ Briggs here. Back in October of 2011 Briggs, of Norwalk, Connecticut, pleaded guilty to prostituting a 14-year-old girl on the Village Voice Media owned backpage,com. At the time I said he was facing 10 to life and I also said that more than likely it would be closer to 10 than life. Unfortunately I was right. Briggs was sentenced to only 10 years.

Why are the laws regarding child prostitution so fucked up? When you pimp out a child you’re collecting money for her to be raped. So why are these pimps not being treated as such? And were any of the johns that basically raped her charged?

As I’ve said before if the government really wanted to do something about human trafficking and child prostitution they would go after the johns with real sentences instead of fines and citations. If you hand out real jail sentences to the johns you’ll see the so-called sex industry die out.

Kill the demand and there will be no need for the supply.

Conn. man pleads guilty to pimping 14-year-old on Backpage

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Norwalk Man Pleads Guilty to Pimping a 14-year-old:

I must have missed this one at the time of his arrest but 23-year-old Theodore Briggs, aka ‘PeeJaye’, has pleaded guilty to prostituting a 14-year-old girl on the Village Voice Media owned backpage.com. Do you know why I keep saying the Village Voice Media owned backpage.com? TO make sure that no one forgets who is equally responsible for these girls being turned out.

Briggs will be sentenced in January and he’s looking at 10 to life. As usual I bet it will be closer to ten than it will be to life.

And scum like Briggs will keeping turning out our daughters and sisters on the street as long as Village Voice Media and backpage allow it. All in the name of profit yet they have the nerve to call it free speech.

How come none of the Occupy Wall Street clowns are picketing VVM? They have a CEO and the way he earns his money is a lot more scummier than any bank CEO.