Cities that host the Super Bowl attract a rush of sex trades due to the
thousands that descend for the game,
according to AP report. Texas law enforcement are keeping an eye out
for pimps selling children for sex.
image via traffick911.com
"As a man and as a father of two beautiful girls, I'm not buying it – and neither should you,"
Dallas Cowboys nose tackle
Jay Ratliff says in one television ad. "If you're one of these men buying these young girls, I'm telling you that real men don't buy children. They don't buy sex."
'' Last year's Super Bowl in Miami drew
as many as 10,000 prostitutes,
including children and human trafficking
victims, said Thomas Lawrence, an
assistant Dallas police chief. .
Before the big game in 2008, Phoenix
police broke up a child prostitution
ring involving several teenagers. The
following year in Tampa, two men were
arrested for advertising the services
of a 14-year-old as a ''Super Bowl
special.'' They were sentenced to
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