Some time ago the officials in Atlanta’s government made a promise to handle the growing sex trafficking crimes that plague not only this one city but the nation and the world. President Obama himself signed government orders to help fight the illegal global business of sex-trafficking as an initiative to support the African countries ravished by the tyrant Joseph Kony.
Atlanta for years has seen how the “Mecca of the South” was being used a port-of-call for those adults wanting to have sex with minors. Some might call the city a one-stop shop for those sexual deviants that found Atlanta a convenient place because of its easy access to the rest of the world. Also, because of international transportation made available by the airport, smugglers had a way to ship sex slaves into the U.S. and from Atlanta, all across the country.
This column published an article titled “Warning to the young gay men” which brought light to Atlanta LGBTQ youth that were out on the street as castoffs or runaways because they no longer could handle the abuse for being who they are. These same young people looking for protection, guidance and solid ground find predators that prey on the weaknesses of LGBTQ young people in their troubled state. This avenue of sexual exploitation is usually followed by young gay men which unfortunately are very popular in Atlanta’s sex trade.
Atlanta keeps its promise to end sex-trafficking with a stunning conviction against Steven Lemery; former go-go dancer, gay pimp, human trafficker and now convicted felon that is looking at life in prison on charges that include aggravated child molestation.
According to Project Q Atlanta it only took the jury in Douglas County less than two hours to reach a verdict after a revealing four-day trial. Lemery ran the operation out of a home he shared with this wife, children and the wife’s boyfriend with Pasha Nicole, an Atlanta drag-queen. Lemery was indicted six months prior with Nicole whose real name is Christopher Thomas Lynch. They both were charged in 18 counts of various sex offenses which Nicole pleaded guilty to on March 7th.
With the disbandment of the infamous elite and rights-violating “Red Dogs” squad, Atlanta has made efforts to shift its resources from drug trade to sex trade in order to protect its citizens from the criminals that force and influence those into a life of slavery. The hunt is on and for once LGBTQ young people are not the prey; the criminals are.