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Have you seen me? That is the question posed by themissing children adson milk cartons and on the walls of thepost office. Have you ever stopped, read one of those adsand wondered, "What happened to this child?" We knowthat some are taken by non-custodial parents and othersby criminals. What most people do not realize is that manychildren who disappear are victims of their very owngovernment. This series of articles will take you around theworld and end in your own back yard. From politicians topriests and from the Philippines to Philadelphia, I will showhow the world of sexual slavery and politics go hand inhand.
Part 1: The Lexington Connection
Lexington's history with prostitution dates back to the civilwar with the infamousBelle Brezing.Brezing opened her first brothel in a row house at what isnow 314-318 North Upper St. Around this time, Brezing wasindicted on the charge of "keeping a bawdy house."Kentucky Governor Luke P. Blackburn (1879-1883)pardoned Brezing and the indictment was dismissed. Thiswas the closest Brezing ever got to serving jail time.She eventually even appeared as the character Belle Watlingin Margaret Mitchell'sGone With The Wind. This beganLexington's infamous connection to the world's oldestprofession.
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