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SWOP Behind Bars provides incarcerated sex workers with resources to create community links from the inside out! Support Line 877-776-2004
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SWOP Behind Bars 30m
Replying to @EYAlbright
"Police are the ones that make arrests. So when they come across a sex worker, they have been trained to determine if they are a victim of human trafficking. If the worker does not self-identify as a victim, then police can arrest them. It’s is against the law.
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SWOP Behind Bars 33m
Replying to @EYAlbright
Yup. And they justify it with “it's impossible to identify trafficking victims unless those sex workers self-identify as such and any trafficking victims can qualify for a special diversion program to have their cases dropped.”
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SWOP Behind Bars 54m
Thx to our amazing community and allies for taking time out to write letters and emails to the US attorney prosecuting - asking for no bond.
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SWOP Behind Bars 57m
Replying to @swopbehindbars
“The facts did not stop Rundle, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, and a host of cops from holding numerous events and posting scores of news releases stating how rigorously they would hunt traffickers in the leadup to Super Bowl LIV in Miami.”
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SWOP Behind Bars 58m
Replying to @swopbehindbars
But data shows the operation also swept up scores of seemingly nontrafficked simply looking to make ends meet — and, once again, raises questions about whether the supposed boom in that occurs around the Super Bowl every year is, in fact, a myth.
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SWOP Behind Bars 59m
Replying to @swopbehindbars
State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle's office announced that officers had recovered 20 victims of human trafficking, including four underage girls. Which is great but doesn’t explain why all 183 people were used to inflate Florida’s human trafficking stats.
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SWOP Behind Bars 1h
Replying to @swopbehindbars
“According to data the office released to New Times, Miami-area cops arrested 147 people for engaging in simple prostitution in the 12 days before the Super Bowl. Cops also arrested eight buyers and 29 accomplices.”
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Replying to @swopbehindbars
“Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office list of 183 trafficking-related arrests that occurred in the leadup to in Miami this past February 2. In fact, it's unclear how nearly all of those arrests related to ”.
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SWOP Behind Bars 1h
Replying to @swopbehindbars
“She was 30 years old and homeless and later pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of engaging in prostitution.” No services offered and now she faces a harder time dealing with her life.
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Replying to @swopbehindbars
“The night of Wednesday, January 22, an undercover officer for the Miami Police Department was cruising the streets of the Flagami neighborhood looking to bust . He didn't need to search long: “
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SWOP Behind Bars 1h
tells the how were arrested during and then added to the corrupt Attorney Generals numbers.
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SWOP Behind Bars 15h
Or ally.
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SWOP Behind Bars 15h
Good advice.
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SWOP Behind Bars 15h
The only bad question is the one you didn’t ask! ❤️❤️❤️
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SWOP Behind Bars 15h
Letters requesting no bond will be sent to just the us attorney because we don’t know what judge he’ll see at arraignment or for the bond hearing. The lawyers can make photocopies.
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SWOP Behind Bars 15h
Replying to @THEecowhore
Email it to me at swopbehindbars@gmail.com and I’ll print it out and put it in the mail for you. In fact - anybody can do this. Just have it in my email box by 6pm Sunday and I’ll get fedex to pick it up.
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SWOP Behind Bars 15h
Replying to @AussieRachel_
Mail is always best. I mailed mine this afternoon.
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NYCBFE 16h
we are asking survivors of to reach out to Attorney Noam NBiale@shertremonte.com or Anna Estevao 212-202-2600 to discuss having their case heard for prosecution. The more survivors that come forward the greater the charges he will face! Pls retweet + repost!
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SWOP Behind Bars 16h
Replying to @AussieRachel_
Oh I would get the no bond request in the mail ASAP.
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