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Randolph pimp sentenced to at least 10 years for trafficking woman he kept in his basement

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

A Randolph man has been found guilty of human trafficking after he worked a woman “around the clock” in Newton for degrading sexual acts at $150 per half hour.
“This case was about power, control, money, and exploitation. To the defendant, the victim was essentially just a commodity - a sexual product to be sold over and over again,” Middlesex DA Marian Ryan wrote in a statement.
Dirisu Alasa Jr., 29, will serve at least 10 years behind bars for his crimes. Judge Janice Howe sentenced him to seven years to seven years and a day in state prison for the charge of trafficking persons for...
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