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DOJ: Elected Officials Nabbed In Dragnet Of Brothel Customers

Three individuals have been arrested on charges of operating a “high-end brothel network” in Massachusetts and Virginia with a clientele that included elected officials, military officers and government contractors with security clearances, the Justice Department announced yesterday. Via CNN:

“Pick a profession,” Joshua Levy, acting US attorney for Massachusetts, said of the sprawling client list during a press conference in Boston. “They’re probably represented in this case.”

Levy did not identify any of the brothel’s clients and noted that multiple search warrants are being executed in the case in Massachusetts, California and Virginia.

Han Lee, 41, of Cambridge, Massachusetts; James Lee, 68, of Torrance, California; and Junmyung Lee, 30, of Dedham, Massachusetts have been charged with conspiracy to coerce and entice to travel to engage in illegal sexual activity. They are expected to appear in federal court in Boston Wednesday or at a later date.

The three individuals, Levy said, transported women and advertised them online for pre-approved clients to choose from through several websites and ran the brothels out of apartments they rented.

I know no Republican officials are on that list, because they care so very much about national security!

Buyers had to fill out a survey and provide driver’s license photos, employer information, and credit card info.

The network used two websites that advertised appointments with Asian women, according to an affidavit filed in court from a special agent.

Customers aren’t named in the affidavit, according to the agent, because the investigation into their involvement is “active and ongoing.”


November 2023