Yes, it\’s about sex trafficking again and yes, he\’s got just about every fact and or figure wrong.
After one raid, a detective talks to a punter and politely asks him to stay in touch. But there is no arrest even though a brave group of Labour women ministers and MPs changed the law to make it a crime to pay for sex with a victim who has been coerced in any way into working as a prostitute.
Gosh, could this be because the police could find no evidence that the woman had been coerced?
Just as an example of MacShane\’s perversions:
Its solution is to legalise prostitution. Where this has been tried as in Nevada, the death and injury rate of prostituted women rises…
But prostitution isn\’t legal in Nevada. Prostitution is legal in certain counties in Nevada. I think I\’m right in saying that the potential legality or not is limited by State law to those counties which have either a population below a certain limit or a population per area below a certain limit.
It most certainly is not legal in the big towns: places like Las Vegas.
And yes, you will find that the death and injury rate for prostitutes is higher where it is illegal, in Vegas and the like, than in those rural counties where it is legal.
The man\’s simply a liar.