Last year, a year-old girl was advertised as an escort on Denver Backpage. The teen, who was suspended from school in Colorado Springs, met with an ex-boyfriend whose friends brought her to Denver for a life she did not expect — working as a prostitute for middle-aged johns responding to online ads. Suthers joined 45 other prosecutors from the National Association of Attorneys General who sent a letter to Backpage.
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Attorney's Office here unsealed indictments Monday against seven people associated with Backpage, officially charging that the classified advertising website operated as a thinly veiled and lucrative online brothel. Among the two named in the count indictment are the co-founders of Backpage, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin. They previously had been the editor and publisher, respectively, of New Timesa Phoenix alternative weekly newspaper that grew large enough to buy out Village Voice Media in New York City.
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Late yesterday, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced that his office had secured an indictment for fourteen individuals suspected of running a human-trafficking ring that trafficked children for sex at locations ranging from Denver to Grand Junction. Although the seventy-page indictment did not mention Backpage.
The site had served as a microcosm of a larger debate on prostitution in recent years, and the seizure of what the Department of Justice called the "Internet's leading forum for prostitution ads" ignited swift reactions on both sides. Meanwhile, sex workers across the U. April Backpage.