Saminal: hincandenza, if you're interested in what happens to these girls that keeps them under the thrall of these horrible people you should check out the documentary Very Young Girls.
Also in the film one of the 12 year olds is picked up and charged with prostitution and threatened with jail time. Even though she can't legally consent, the charged her with selling sex. So that's another incentive not to go for help
explosion: Probable cause and warrants and so forth are still required. You can't just raid a convention on the basis that its attendees are largely criminals. Especially if they're meticulous about not committing criminal activities while on-site
Jindal has also signed into law Senate Bill 381 by Sen. J.P. Morrell, D-New Orleans, that puts the penalty for a first conviction for soliciting a crime against nature on the same footing as soliciting for prostitution: up to six months in jail, a maximum fine of $500 or both. It changes the crime from a felony to a misdemeanor.
But a second offense for soliciting a crime against nature would be a felony punishable by up to five years in jail, a maximum fine of $2,000 or both. If the initial conviction is solicitation of a youth under 17, the harsher penalties will apply.
The offender must register with police as a sex offender if he or she has been convicted of soliciting a minor on a first offense or after a second conviction of soliciting a crime against nature of an adult.
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