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The DC Prostitute Expulsion was the attempted forced removal of a group of suspected sex workers in Washington, D. Police officers, frustrated by inability to clean up the prostitution problem in D. As the group passed the Washington Monument at about 1: He ran to the Agriculture Department building across the Mall to use a pay phone to ask the Post metro desk to send a photographer. Before a photographer could be sent, Post photographer Stephen Jaffe also happened by on his way home from another assignment.
He began taking photos, causing the police officers to flee. The women never crossed the bridge, but photos of the parade on the bridge's approach ramp demonstrated the police officers' intent to make them march into Virginia. After the police left, the women were driven back to Thomas Circle by men in vans, who had been following the parade at a distance, and most were back on street corners within half an hour.
The angry line of women, many of whom were dressed in leather miniskirts and brightly colored tube tops, ambled 1. A police scout car with flashing blue and red lights led the procession and another brought up the rear. The next day, it was reported that Arlington County police officers had sent homeless people across bridges into D. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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