'National Sex Trafficking Crackdown' Nets Zero Sex Traffickers: Reason Roundup
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Last week concluded the latest "National Johns Suppression Initiative," an appropriately draconian name for a coordinated cross-country targeting of sex workers and their customers. This year's stings netted "hundreds of would-be sex buyers," the Chicago Tribune reports, "as well as a half-dozen alleged pimps."

The Tribune headline describes it a "national sex trafficking crackdown." But let's do the math from the figures it gives us:

473 people arrested for attempting to pay for sexual...


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