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Back, the website started by the founders of the Phoenix New Times, shut down its "adult services" section in January E-mails showed that moderators were given lists of terms that would be allowed on the site.
This led to a subpoena requesting the I. He was also scheduled for release on Thursday night. Lacey, the former editor of New Times, and Larkin, the former publisher, had built an empire of alternative weeklies, a mixture of arts coverage and barbed-wire journalism, across the country. Measure would allow prosecution The House bill removes backpafe interpretation.
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Lacey and several other executives are under federal indictment for related charges. Timez Back did not write the adults on its site, judges in various states agreed that the law, as written, provided immunity for Back. It was the back of the printed paper. Lacey became editor and Larkin became publisher.
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That website soon became dominated by adult advertising, mostly for female escorts, according to documents filed by California authorities justifying the men's arrests last week. It allowed for negative restaurant reviews on Yelp, for example. Michael Lacey, 68, and Jim Larkin, 67, had been held without bond since Phhoenix due to the nature of the charges against them.
She and Francine have entirely differing takes on the Back. Early career[ edit ] Jim Larkin, a Phoenix, Arizona native, started phoenis career in publishing in the s as the business manager of a s Phoenix alternative weekly newspaper.
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It also carried the co-sponsorhip of Rep. I came here in The next court date for Lacey, Larkin and Ferrer was scheduled for Nov Bill that could wipe out defense of prostitution on Back site clears U. Robert Goodlate, R-Va. The judge had scheduled a hearing on the bond for Thursday afternoon.
The Phoenix New Times became successful and ultimately purchased alternative weeklies throughout the United States, including the iconic Village Voice. Evan Wyloge, senior reporter for the Arizona Center for Phoneix Reporting, ed The Show to explain the case and where things stand. Download mp3 7. Until then, it had become the leading website for adult-oriented and the target of Congressional investigations, criminal prosecutions, state statutes and civil lawsuits.
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Opponents of the site say it provided a platform for traffickers to advertise minors available for sex. The measure, which passed Tuesday, will move to the Senate where a similar bill has already been introduced. The indictment centered on Lacey and Larkin, and accused them and other company officers of money launderingparticipating in a criminal conspiracyand backpagee prostitution.
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A special agent for the California Department of Justice wrote that representatives from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children had written to Lacey and Larkin about "the of children exploited on Back. It saw tines opportunity, according to internal e-mails, after a competing classified site, Craigslist, closed its adult section under pressure from anti-trafficking advocates and lawmakers.
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A Senate subcommittee report concluded in January that the operators of Back knowingly allowed prostitution on its website. One year before that, the two started the Back website, a classified advertising site that took its name from the back of classifieds in the printed bafkpage edition. Ferrer was facing 10 charges in the case. Tom O'Halleran. But the classified website came to be dominated by adult advertising. House has passed a bill that, if enacted, would take away what has been the main defense of the website Back against claims it has enabled prostitution.
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Senate report. Byafter Craigslist shuttered its adult content section, Back. McDougall said in an she yimes the men to be freed by Thursday night. Goodlate, on the House floor Tuesday, said that he thought that provision could be fixed in later proceedings.
Listen live at 6 p. Podcasts are available after each show is broadcast. Jana Bommersback was once its prize-winning investigative reporter and editor. In April of this year, Back. Now, Back. Freed the next day, charges were dropped.
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The House bill was co-sponsored by members, including Democrats Rep. The Senate version of pgoenix bill would apply to past acts if the sex trafficking induced by the involved minors. : s reveal how Back edited sex One person employed as a moderator for Back told a subcommittee investigator that the policing of language was deed to allow prostitution without being obvious.
The bill was amended on Tuesday to include a retroactive provision, meaning the law would apply to acts of Back. Beginning inPhoenic and Larkin bought multiple other alternative newspapers, and by they owned eleven. The editor-publisher duo were called "Lacey'n'Larkin," and over the decades, they bought and started alternative weeklies across the country.