By John Larrabee. Reuters - With two suspects in custody charged with killing women they allegedly met through Back.
He allegedly met his victim, a single mother of three, by responding to an escort ad on Back. Prosecutors say Adams killed a woman who advertised on Back.
Tejeda, who is in federal custody, does not have a lawyer yet, while an attorney representing Adams could not be reached immediately for comment. Kilmartin, as well as the National Association of Attorneys General, have called on Congress to modify a portion of the Communications Decency Act that protects online service providers from legal action related to postings by third parties.
That move would force Back. Officials of Back. Rhode Island is not the only New England state where prosecutors are saying Back. Massachusetts police on Monday arrested two men, Epshod Jeune, 24, and Derrell Fisher, 21, and charged them with murdering a woman who advertised erotic massage services on Back.
Lawyers for the suspects could not be reached. Police say the two men used the classified to find prostitutes for the purpose of robbing them.
She called on Back to immediately close its adult section. In Rhode Island, police have attempted to combat Internet advertising of prostitution services with a sting operation.
Men responding to an online ad are directed to motel rooms, where they are met by police officers. Media and Telecoms Updated. By John Larrabee 3 Min Read.