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Miami Super Bowl Sex Trafficking Case Comes to a Close with 25 Year Sentence

After being found guilty, a man was given a 25-year jail term for his role in the sex trafficking of a young lady and a 17-year-old girl in Miami for the 2020 Super Bowl.

In July, a federal jury in Miami found Anthony Bernard Carter guilty of four counts of sex trafficking: sex trafficking of a juvenile; sex trafficking of a person; and conveying a person to participate in sexual behavior.

A prosecutor has said that Carter transported the lady and the minor from Atlanta to Miami Beach during the week of Super Bowl LIV.

Both victims participated in commercial sex under Carter’s instruction while they were in South Florida since he had marketed them for the activity on the internet.

When Carter took the adolescent to see a customer, who turned out to be an undercover Miami Beach Police officer, they ran into the authorities at the hotel.

Even though Carter managed to get away, he was eventually captured once he returned to Atlanta.

Brian Cooper
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