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STOP Advertising in the NEW TIMES / VILLAGE VOICE Free Papers

The NEW TIMES / VILLAGE VOICE companies make $22 MILLION/YEAR (according to the New York Times) maintaining a monopoly of 70% of the United States prostitution advertising, and have been linked for three years now by law enforcement to child sex trafficking which has already resulted in more than 50 arrests in 22 states. Despite all this, the New Times / Village Voice companies REFUSE to suspend their advertising ventures which allow these horrific practices to thrive. The original Village Voice co-founder Norman Mailer's son, John Buffalo Mailer, has joined protests against the current ownership/management. And now it is time to call on all responsible, legitimate businesses to pull their ads until the New Times / Village Voice disavows these horrific practices and returns to their original founders' vision and intent.

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