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Green River Killer May Have Killed 80 People

The infamous truck driver from Seattle who is known as the brutal Green River Killer has claimed he was responsible for taking even more human lives than was initially reported. He originally pled guilty to killing forty-nine women; however, he has recently said that the number is closer to eighty women. The murder streak took place over two decades where …

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Minnesota Cheerleader Charged For Pimping Fellow Student

A Minnesota high school cheerleader now faces sex trafficking charges after allegedly playing madam for a younger student. According to an Associated Press report, 18-year-old Montia Marie Parker of Maple Grove, Minnesota has been charged with sex trafficking and promoting prostitution. The girl is accused of driving a 16-year-old fellow student to Johns’ houses for oral sex, and is alleged …

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James Lipton Says He Was a Pimp in France

James Lipton is best known for hosting the TV show Inside the Actors Studio, in which he conducts serious interviews with big-name Hollywood actors and actresses. It turns out, however, that the 86-year-old Lipton has a much more interesting past that involves French bordellos. In an interview this week with Parade, Lipton confirmed that he was a pimp in Paris …

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LinkedIn: Prostitutes, Peddle Your Wares Somewhere Else

LinkedIn has recently updated their terms of use policies to make it clear that they don’t want prostitutes advertising their “skills” on the social networking site. LinkedIn, which boasts over 225 million users, has become a huge source for employers and those looking to boost their careers in the past few years. Networking used to consist of mixers and business …

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Secret Service Scandal: Criminal Charges Will Not Be Filed

The Secret Service scandal in Colombia earlier this year exposed a history of misconduct on behalf of the President’s personal protection force, which, as once can imagine, does not reflect well on the country or it’s military. Although seven Army soldiers and two Marines have received administrative punishment for their contributions to the incident, none of them will face criminal …

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