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Backpage CEO pleads guilty to human trafficking, money laundering

Documents unsealed today reveal Backpage.com and its CEO Carl Ferrer pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy charges in Arizona on April 5th, a day before the site was seized and shut down. Additionally, attorneys general in California and Texas announc…Read more

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