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Human Trafficking Talk in Billings
In human trafficking, there is no prostitution without customers. Q2 reports that’s one of the messages from a man who has worked on helping women overcome the pain associated with sexual exploitation. Peter Qualliotine spoke on Thursday at the Billings Public Library about ending co…
Pimp Claims Escort Service was Legal
35-year-old Terrance Edwards, on trial Monday for allegedly promoting several young girls and women for prostitution in Montana, denied being a pimp and claimed he operated a legal escort service and website for a handbag company he founded, while serving prison time for an earlier prostitution conv…
WA Pimp Gets Five Years
The Gazette reports that a federal judge in Billings on Thursday sentenced a Washington state man to five years in prison for bringing women to Montana to work as his prostitutes. U.S. District Judge Susan Watters called the operation run by defendant, 24-year-old Andrew Rivera of Tacoma, sophistica…
Billings Human Trafficking Case
23-year-old Andrew Anthony Rivera of Tacoma Washington has admitted to federal charges accusing him of bringing a woman to Billings, specifically to work as a prostitute.  During a Monday hearing in U.S. District Court, Rivera pleaded guilty to transportation of a person with the intent to enga…
Man Charged With Prostituting Teen
34-year-old Marlon Daunte Thomas appeared in Yellowstone County Justice Court this week on charges of aggravated promotion of prostitution and promoting prostitution.   In Billings, a 17-year-old girl was reportedly being prostituted, and Thomas, who is believed by prosecutors to be the girl&Cl…

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