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BC Man Arrested for Human Trafficking

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    November 12, 2015
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VANCOUVER — A pimp from British Columbia who was convicted of coercing underage girls as sex workers was given a 23-year prison term…

A British Columbia man convicted of trafficking underage girls for sex has been handed a 23-year prison sentence in a case described by a judge as violent, extremely disturbing and “bordering on psychopathic.”  Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce sentenced Reza Moazami, 30-years-old, to three years more than the Crown asked.  The judge said his crime was “bordering on psychopathic.”   He was, however, credited with five years which he had already spent waiting for his trial.  Seven members of the Vancouver Police Department watched from the public gallery along with another 40 observers.


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