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Trooper Mitch Jergenson, 46, stopped a car driven by a man whose passenger was a 17-year-old girl he had gotten to know via Facebook and other social media. Scott Reutter, 47, who watches the motels near the Phoenix intersection of I-17 and I-10, where prostitutes are active, approached a young girl talking to an older man. Reutter, whose daughters are 22 and 19, thought she was “14, maybe 15.” She had been a runaway for 17 months, since she was 13, and said that if she were returned to the custody of child services she would run again. Large and laconic, he is the 54-year-old son of a Phoenix cop and, although he spent some time doing stand-up comedy, he knows in the marrow of his bones that “there are so many people out there who want to take advantage of other people.” It is unclear how many victims of DMST there are because for many reasons the crime is not often reported by its victims.
He had paid for her ticket from California to Phoenix and was taking her to Las Vegas. They are, Milstead says, usually abducted, sort of, from “some environment where nobody missed them,” adding, however, that traffickers cannot control “people who are unwilling.” But many trafficked minors, “who no one had made to feel valuable,” are, Milstead says, “chronic runaways” with attenuated capacities for self-determination.
Their passenger was a female juvenile whose fake document showed her to be 18.
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Casey Affleck won the best actor Oscar for his role as a grief-stricken father in, "Manchester by the Sea." It was the first Oscar for Affleck, 41, the younger brother of "Argo" director and actor Ben Affleck. One has to wonder about the fuss the Oscars generate, considering that hype (see La La Land – yawn), race, gender, topicality, politics and the old “it’s their time” often appear to have more of a say in the outcome, than performance.
This time the destination of the best actor is again surrounded in soapbox discussion but of a far darker variety.
Casey Affleck, a 2007 nominee for best supporting actor and initially tipped as the obvious winner for his masterful portrayal of a man tormented by grief and guilt in Manchester by the Sea, has faced consistent attacks about his being an unworthy nominee. Nothing to do with his acting but because of sexual harassment allegations made against him by two female colleagues during the making of the spoof documentary I’m Still Here, which were settled out of court six and a half years ago – yet are now clouding awards coverage and may well have ended his chances.
Troopers also watch bars and nightclubs where minors are offered for sex, and, increasingly, monitor the Internet and social media.