Sex Trafficker Banned From Nevada Casinos
Author: Nevada Globe Staff
NEVADA – For the first time, a person without a history of cheating or organized crime is in Nevada’s infamous “Black Book.”
The book lists people permanently banned from all state casinos. The only way off this list is to die.
The addition of Kendrick Laronte Weatherspoon, a notorious pimp with a violent past against women, shows officials’ concern about sex trafficking in Las Vegas casinos.
“We have conferences and conventions. We have the Super Bowl coming,” Frierson told a press conference Wednesday. “I think there will be opportunities for us to make it clear that Nevada is not a safe haven for sex traffickers.”
Casinos are great ground for pimps because of all the cash. They attract gamblers and spenders and are often tied to hotels.
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