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Post police reporter Jeffrey Goldberg soon arrived. The women had been marched 1.
Prostitution in the United States. We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market. A police scout car with flashing blue and red lights led the procession and another brought up the rear. Jaffe began taking photos, causing walodrf police officers to flee.
After the police left, the women were driven back to Thomas Circle by men in vans, who had been following the parade at a distance, and most were back on street corners within half an hour. Beginning about a.
It was not the crime bridgs the century. The Washington Post. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes file. As the group passed the Washington Monument at about in the morning, Washington Post reporter Bill Dedman happened by in a taxi on his way home from the Post newsroom, and began interviewing the women and police officers.
Download as PDF Printable version. Before a photographer could be sent, Post photographer Stephen Jaffe also happened by on his way home from another asment. The next day, Goldberg and Dedman reported that Arlington County police officers admitted having sent homeless people and the mentally ill across the Arlington Memorial Bridge into D. Ib discipline was recommended for the four patrol officers in D. Drummond July 27, Hidden : Articles with short description Short description matches Wikidata.
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Politicians, Union Decry Action by Police". Congressman Stanford Parriswho represented Virginia's 8th congressional districtcomplained "We get all the sludge, all the garbage, most of the prisoners, and now their prostitutes. bridgge
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The women never crossed the bridge, but photos of the parade on the bridge's approach ramp demonstrated the police officers' intent to make them march into Virginia. He ran to the Agriculture Department building across the Bridg to use a pay phone to ask the Post metro desk to send a photographer.
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Brodge politicians expressed outrage at the D. Paul, — The DC Prostitute Expulsion was the attempted forced removal of a group of suspected sex workers in Washington, D. Archived from the original on June 20, The New York Times. Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.