Thursday, April 10, 2008

Prostitution and Day Labor

If a woman is standing near a busy street corner, attempts to make eye contact with drivers that are going by, flags down those that she can, get in the car and negotiates a cash payment for personal services -- one is probably right in suspecting that they are witnessing suspected prostitution.

Now, change the gender of the person on the corner from female to male, but keep the rest of the circumstances the same. We have a case of day labor that some people think should be constitutionally protected.

I have recommended, during a recent District meeting, that the Chandler Police Department should begin to arrest everyone attempting to flag down motorists along Arizona Avenue with suspected prostitution.

Book 'em!

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