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On the demand side, the internet has made finding sex workers more convenient for ‘Johns,’ Bowersox said.
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Edward Thomas, 41, of New York, was convicted of sex trafficking minors in Jan. Also known as “Fire,” Thomas reportedly used Facebook, Instagram, and text messages to communicate with minor victims and advertise them for sex work in Connecticut. Law enforcement blew up the image, zeroed in on the serial numbers on the cash, and were able to match the numbers to bills found on Edward Thomas, 41, also known as “Fire,” when he was arrested. “As with many crimes, the internet has made sex trafficking easier to commit and easier to investigate,” Daly said.
Includes stories from Slender Man, a fictional character that inspired two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls to stab and nearly kill a friend.Bowersox said from the recruitment side, social media applications are used to recruit young girls into sex work.Traffickers patrol these sites and wait for youth to post messages that indicate a vulnerability - typically a post that indicates the youth is sad, needs help, or is angry with their parents.From to Facebook to Kik, Wendy Bowersox, a special agent for the FBI, said the internet and social media have changed the way sex traffickers and customers of sex workers operate.Bowersox has been with the bureau in New Haven for almost six years working on sex trafficking investigations and for the last year and a half has worked exclusively on crimes that impact children.