...even had so much as a picture of Stephen Harper walking down the street in front of a shabby Chinatown brothel... you think it wouldn't be front page news? --
Professional journalists... your ethical & intellectual superiors.
UPDATE: That's some "massage clinic"
The setup at 787 Dundas St. W. impressed the ex-cop.**********
The guy who ran the place controlled traffic with a red and green light system from the second floor where he could see down a stairway to the street.
"The setup was amazing ... when the police showed up, the manager flicked on the red light switch -- which told the girls to pretend it was a legitimate business -- rubs only -- keep it clean and the green light meant they could perform sexual services," he says.
"Police were cracking down on underage girls from Thailand," a former asian crime unit cop says.
FROM THE COMMENTS:
"This is like Elliot Ness getting caught in a Speakeasy in 1930, then claiming he didn't know booze was illegal."**********
RELATED: Old Pols close ranks
-- LONGUEUIL -- Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe dismissed a story Saturday about New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton having a massage in 1996 in a licensed clinic where there may also have been sex-trade activities, saying "there were no charges."Funny how the career politicians & mainstream journalists all lost their minds over "child soldier" Omar Khadr... but, suddenly... nobody seems to give a crap about "child prostitutes."
"I have nothing more to say," Duceppe told reporters.