You can try to disguise prostitution and human trafficking with cover up words like escorts, erotic massage, fantasy dating, adult companionship, but that doesn’t hide the truth for what it truly is: criminal prostitution and human trafficking. The public, police, judges, and jury aren’t falling for those cover up words, either.
June 6, 2016 – In Albemarle County in central Virginia, a grand jury has indicted 33-year-old Quincy M. Edwards on a slew of charges, all connected to a prostitution ring at the Royal Inn. The 16-count indictment includes mostly commercial sex trafficking. Other indictments include abduction, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, extortion, and illegal drugs.
This is the first time someone was charged under Virginia’s new commercial sex trafficking statute which was passed last year in 2015. A three day trial is set for October. Edwards faces more than 150 years in prison if convicted on all the charges against him.