From Halifax to Victoria and everywhere in between, sex is still being bought and sold in Canada, according to sex workers, police departments, researchers, and common sense.
In the body cam video released by the police department this week, the officer asks Reed to step out of his trailer.
Reed says he’ll be right out after he puts on his suspenders.“No sir.
In interviews with the, sex workers in five cities across Canada, all contacted through a popular sexual services website and identified here by their work names, said uncertainty over the new regulations has pushed some clients away and made business harder for them in other ways.
“What’s changed is that we’re not getting new customers,” says “Nicole,” 39, who sells sex from her apartment in Toronto.
READ MORE: ‘I’m going to kill you, I’m going to kill you’: body camera shows knife-wielding man attacking officer“We were told that he may possibly be trying to flee the area,” Spiro police chief Michael Draper told KFSM news.
Spiro Police accused Reed of failing to register as a sex offender in Oklahoma, where they estimate he has been living for six months.
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Father Arishonk is usually off camera, fetching food or keeping an eye on the nest from afar. If you're bored, give the goose cam a gander — it's for a good cause.