INZ has received eight complaints in relation to migrants using the services of websites, including newzealandgirls. INZ said no investigation had been undertaken as a result of these allegations as there was "insufficient evidence to warrant further immigration action". The Herald has approached newzealandgirls. Sign into your NZ Herald. On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device.
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Publishers are usually protected by the First Amendment if ads don't explicitly promote crime, said Jane Kirtley, an authority on media law at the University of Minnesota. But "if there's evidence that they were collaborating with these people, that might be different.
The MBI ran a similar sting against the Weekly in , and the newspaper agreed to eliminate its Adult Services category, though it kept the massage section.
In the past few years, though, the escort ads resurfaced. The MBI said it has seen a corresponding rise in prostitution arrests - 80 connected to the paper since The Weekly's coverage of the MBI focused on its handling of two huge strip-club investigations.
In both, undercover agents frequented clubs for several months, trying to earn dancers' trust, and then raided the places. The raids yielded mostly indecent exposure and minor drug charges that brought little prison time for any of the dozens arrested. Zambouros, in the MBI's defense, said members of the public "don't like the idea of cops having to go up to a topless club and getting a lap dance. What saved 1-year-old Manolo Gonzales was a decision by Rebecca LaSalle, a complete stranger living miles away.
Twelve states in the U. Everything fell into place. I am so happy. Glory to God for this". A page of classified advertisements in the back of the Nov. The magazine has agreed to stop accepting sex ads after the local chapter of the National Organization for Women threatened protests outside the popular weekly publication, accusing it of being a "marketing arms of the organized crime world of prostitution and human trafficking. Share Tweet Reddit Flipboard Email. For years, the back pages of the Orlando Weekly were filled with ads for naughty nurses, sultry coeds and girls with come-hither names like "Rush" and "Roxie.
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