Florida man trafficked a 14 year old girl for sex
January 28, 2019 | Brainwave Science
The police forces in Tallahassee, Florida have arrested a man on Friday, in connection with coercion of a 14-year-old girl into prostitution. The victim has told the investigators that the arrested person, a 36-year old named Tyron Watson used to arrange sexual encounters between her and other men since she was the age of 13. He would set the price and arrange the encounters. The victim told investigators Watson had sex with her at least two times
Watson had threatened to kill the young girl and her family if she did not work for him. However, Watson allowed her to make brief and occasional phone calls with her mother to report that she was well. In November, sexually explicit photos of a juvenile were found on a website known to be used for prostitution and sex trafficking, according to court records. Tallahassee Police investigators tried to meet with the girl, but at first, she was uncooperative.
Once, the young girl was locked in a room in a hotel for two weeks. She was not allowed to leave. Mr. Watson was charged with human trafficking, deriving support from the prostitution of a juvenile, false imprisonment and two counts of lewd and lascivious battery.
Only two days ago, a woman from St. Petersburg, Florida was sentenced to life in prison for trafficking a 14-year-old for commercial sex. Even here, the victim’s near-nude pictures were taken by the culprit and posted on backpage.com. This website and its affiliate websites have been seized as part of an enforcement action by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division.
One website that follows the black market globally states that over 14 billion dollars are generated yearly in the United States alone, through such illicit websites where there is little to no moderation of the advertisements being posted. The response of the traffickers and their aides is that when such websites are banned or seized, their alternates are immediately launched. Advertising children online as prostitutes constitutes cybercrime. Cybercrime is a new breed of crime and it is perpetuated by highly intelligent and sly criminals. To counter such a crime, there is a pressing need for a modern investigation tool. Florida man trafficked
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The stimuli which can be used in his test could include, but not be limited to, details of activities on websites like bank page, where he advertised the young girl for prostitution, details of the hotel where the victim was held for two weeks, details of the money exchanges between him and his customer, call records where the young girl called her mother, etc. During the test, he will be able to use no countermeasures, as there have been no reports of any, till date. Consequently, iCognative reports no false positives and no false negatives.
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