WASHINGTON: State Files Consumer Protection Lawsuit Against Man Accused Of Using Facebook To Trick Women Into Sex By Creating ‘ Fake Websites ‘ Who Was Already Accused Of Rape – @AceNewsServices

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stwalley.jpg#AceNewsReport – Jan.29: Washington state prosecutors are using state consumer protection laws to go after a man — already facing multiple criminal charges of rape — that they claim spent years misleading women about his job, and even his gender, with the goal of misleading women into sleeping with him in exchange for a non-existent shot at stardom.

The complaint [PDF] recently by the office of Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson accuses a man named Michael-Jon Matthew Hickey of using a string of fake profiles and bogus talent agencies to convince women on Facebook that he was a talent recruiter for the adult entertainment industry.

stwalleyProsecutors say Hickey not only fabricated a number of agency names — like “New Seattle Talent,” “West Coast Talent Inc.,” “Casting Seattle,” “FMH Modeling,” “Seattle Talent,” and “Active Entertainment” — but that he also posed as a female talent recruiter — named “Deja…

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London women’s anti-Trump march, 21 January — The Free | WOMENinSHADOW Blog

Originally posted on Dear Kitty. Some blog: There will not only be anti-Donald Trump demonstrations on the day of his inauguration, 20 January, in Washington, DC, elsewhere in the USA, and, eg, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and in London, England. There will not only be women’s anti-Donald Trump demonstrations on the day after his inauguration,…

via London women’s anti-Trump march, 21 January — The Free

Koreans commemorate crimes against ‘comfort women’ — Dear Kitty. Some blog | My Blog for Womeninshadow

This Dutch language video says about itself (translated): January 12 2017 Sometimes they were raped 20 times a day, 200 thousand Korean “comfort women” who were brought to Japan between 1910 and 1945 to sexually serve soldiers. This statue in Busan symbolizes the drama. But as [the governments of] South Korea and Japan want to […]

via Koreans commemorate crimes against ‘comfort women’ — Dear Kitty. Some blog