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  1. #740

    Not exactly

    Quote Originally Posted by BotoBoy  [View Original Post]
    If a country has an extradition treaty with the US, they can detain someone until US law enforcement can go there to pick them up. Doesn't matter what the crime is, where servers are, where money is exchanged, etc.
    Roman Polanski was arrested for having sex with a 13 year old girl. He fled to France where he still lives today. He never leaves France.

    This particular blog moved to The Netherlands to avoid arrest right after Backpage was shut down. Apparently the admin isn't afraid of extradition. He even stated at the time of the move that the new owner is in Bulgaria and doesn't give a shit about extradition.

  2. #739
    Quote Originally Posted by Lomion  [View Original Post]
    Guy reportedly made $21 million a year so def worth it LOL.
    Can't spend the money if you aren't free. Feds probably going to seize the funds and he will never see that money again when he does see freedom. Backpage owners made a lot of money too. But then got caught up and I bet they aren't rolling in the dough now.

  3. #738
    Quote Originally Posted by BotoBoy  [View Original Post]
    If a country has an extradition treaty with the US, they can detain someone until US law enforcement can go there to pick them up. Doesn't matter what the crime is, where servers are, where money is exchanged, etc.
    That's right. Popo get to do just about anything they like under the cover of trafficking and child pron. It's like using the color card for five-o. Doesn't matter if there's not enough to support a conviction. They just need enough to arrest you and put you in front of a court and embarrass you in the media. You will take the plea to stop the bleeding. Fuck and defund the police.

  4. #737

    Extradition treaty

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo  [View Original Post]
    I don't think that is exactly correct. The US government only has jurisdiction over sites which have their principal server (s) located somewhere in US territory. The server for any dotcom address can be located in any country.
    If a country has an extradition treaty with the US, they can detain someone until US law enforcement can go there to pick them up. Doesn't matter what the crime is, where servers are, where money is exchanged, etc.

  5. #736

    You missed something

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo  [View Original Post]
    I don't think that is exactly correct. The US government only has jurisdiction over sites which have their principal server (s) located somewhere in US territory. The server for any dotcom address can be located in any country.
    The owner of cxg has been in america. So he can be arrested and punished in america.

    Think if an american citizen fucked 10 years old Cambodian girl in Cambodia, is he exempted? No. Many american got sentenced of 10 years prison in america.

    And if illegal activity is done in america, yes, though the site or the agency is registered in foreign country, he can be punished.

    And even the owner is foreigner in foreign country, if illegal activity is done in america or the victims were american, american government can ask help to foreigne country to punish him by USA law in USA court. It is up to whether that foreign country admit or rejct.

    Google son jong woo Korean child pornography case.

    He owned dark web registered in the 3rd world, and he is a Korean man in Korea. But when USA government ask help to s Korean government, s Koreans decide to send him to USA federal court and yes it is possible. If the case is serious felon. Money laundry, child prostitution though that is only small percentage of cases, human trafficking is considered as Very very notorious serious felony against human dignity in almost all country.

  6. #735
    Quote Originally Posted by Incogfilipino  [View Original Post]
    Probably because the juice isn't worth the squeeze to most people.
    Guy reportedly made $21 million a year so def worth it LOL.

  7. #734
    Quote Originally Posted by Lomion  [View Original Post]
    Yeah I never understand why folk don't run these, via shell companies, in nations outside US jurisdiction. I'm not saying a banana republic or anything but generally even under extradition law the law you are breaking has to be illegal in the country you are in as well if you are a citizen (or often even a perm resident) of that nation. Prostitution isn't illegal in much of the world, just go run it out of there. In the end none of these guys are going to go to jail, it's the DOJ equiv of "you can beat the time but not the ride" but in this case, it's pretty easy to beat the ride as well. Heck if you really have to, just run it on Tor, I2 P, Freenet, etc. Oh well, something else will pop up in the next couple weeks, as always the challenge will be finding it and what the new norm is.
    Probably because the juice isn't worth the squeeze to most people. Trying to get money back to the US is tough, FOSTA-SESTA is going to grab you up quick. It's one of those "moral" things that is just virtue signaling. I mean, look at our failed war on drugs. The government is being "hard on crime" and trying to use the guise of human trafficking to prop themselves up. Not saying that human trafficking is bad, but as mentioned in tons of debates on the subject online, this actually makes the situation worse by driving it underground. They aren't helping the people who are actually victim to sex trafficking doing this, it just makes it harder to find and help people actually affected. Treating a symptom of it without getting to the root cause, just like throwing drug users in jail doesn't slow down the drug trade at all. It's going to happen anyway, this is the world's oldest profession, treating people who choose to partake in it to earn a living like criminals just doesn't make sense.

  8. #733
    Yeah I never understand why folk don't run these, via shell companies, in nations outside US jurisdiction. I'm not saying a banana republic or anything but generally even under extradition law the law you are breaking has to be illegal in the country you are in as well if you are a citizen (or often even a perm resident) of that nation. Prostitution isn't illegal in much of the world, just go run it out of there. In the end none of these guys are going to go to jail, it's the DOJ equiv of "you can beat the time but not the ride" but in this case, it's pretty easy to beat the ride as well. Heck if you really have to, just run it on Tor, I2 P, Freenet, etc. Oh well, something else will pop up in the next couple weeks, as always the challenge will be finding it and what the new norm is.

  9. #732
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueCloud  [View Original Post]
    Any DOT com address the US can gov't can sieze.

    Skipthegames as an alternative.
    I don't think that is exactly correct. The US government only has jurisdiction over sites which have their principal server (s) located somewhere in US territory. The server for any dotcom address can be located in any country.

  10. #731

    Sites

    Any DOT com address the US can gov't can sieze.

    Skipthegames as an alternative.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan1388  [View Original Post]
    What site is everyone using? This sucks.

  11. #730

    So Where?

    What site is everyone using? This sucks.

  12. #729
    Quote Originally Posted by HomeGrownHip  [View Original Post]
    So its safe to safe the original cityxguide isn't coming back. I do see there's been a copy come up but its not for escorts and not sure how you post there.

    Why'all can check it out anyways its https://cityxguide.app.
    Tried messaging a few and gave my burner number. Seems just as full of scambots as most places.

  13. #728

    Cityxguide

    So its safe to safe the original cityxguide isn't coming back. I do see there's been a copy come up but its not for escorts and not sure how you post there.

    Why'all can check it out anyways its https://cityxguide.app.

  14. #727
    Quote Originally Posted by HapaBoy86  [View Original Post]
    Yup, CityXguide gone for good!

    Just like how they took out myredbook.
    Crap, I've not logged on here in weeks and just now finding this out. Oh well. They can't stop shit if it's ot in this country.

  15. #726
    Quote Originally Posted by LeiaBaby  [View Original Post]
    Hi everyone!

    So as of right now, the site is still running for the consumer side on mobile platforms. Meaning, if you're just browsing ads on your phone it still works. Providers are not able to get into their accounts to update ads, or post. If you type cityxguide.com into a computer though it pulls up the homeland security message. However, cityx is not based in the USA And there is no news indicating my5. Cityxguide. Be (the real domain name) is seized. They may have seized city guide.com (not the real domain) to try to deter people but they have no real jurisdiction on cityx because it is not based in the US.

    The error I get as a provider trying to get into my account is a 502 bad gateway error meaning they are having issues getting their servers to communicate. There is a lot of questions unanswered, but hopefully in the next few days it gets sorted out.

    Remember when backpage was seized? It was very obvious. Backpage links wouldn't even work and it wouldn't work on any platform. It always came up with the homeland security message no matter the device or user. This is not the case here which leads me to believe cityx is still going.

    As of right now, most providers are using skipthegames as an alternative.
    Yeah this looks different from BP, but I am not sure what happened. The error I get is a SSL certificate error. So maybe the security certificate was yanked? I see old ads here. https://cityxguide.photos/c/honolulu/.

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