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According to arrest documents, a multi-agency trafficking task force that included agents from the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office, Department of Homeland Security, U. Marshal's Service and Louisiana State Police discovered Gilliam's activities in January, while attempting to find and rescue a juvenile girl believed to have been forced into prostitution in the New Orleans area using online advertisements on the website
During their search for the juvenile runaway, the agents said they came across a series of advertisements for other women offering thinly-veiled sex worker services on the website, which authorities often have cited as a haven for escort postings.
A disturbing video showing a couple overdosing on heroin on a Memphis, Tennessee sidewalk has gone viral, in part because of criticism that witnesses were recording the spectacle and laughing, rather than helping.
The man spoke to the news station defending his decision to not help the couple and decided to live stream it instead.“I thought about it but it wasn’t any of my business to help,” Garner told WREG Memphis. I don’t want to look stupid like that I don’t want to do those drugs,” Garner said in the interview.
Garner was heavily criticised on social media for live streaming the couple.“The fact that you think this is entertaining is disgusting,” Jada Maria wrote on Facebook.“Why are people filming instead of helping the human race is disgusting,” Deon Antonia Husbands chimed in.
The money-making plans of an accused Memphis pimp known as 'Grape Terry' were stomped by a New Orleans sex trafficking task force, according to court documents detailing the man's arrest.
Terry Gilliam, a 31-year-old Tennessean also known as "Blaine" was booked Thursday (April 6) with one count of human trafficking after authorities said he was caught using a 19-year-old woman to earn him money through prostitution dates he helped facilitate at the Econolodge motel at 4940 Chef Menteur Highway in Gentilly Woods.