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Teens sold for sex recovered in undercover sting surrounding the Super Bowl

The FBI says many looking for sex were

The FBI says many looking for sex were able to find it online, at websites like Craig's List and BackPage. (February 4, 2014 8:27 PM)

An undercover sting by the FBI and New Jersey State Police surrounding the Super Bowl resulted in the arrest of dozens of pimps and their associates.

Authorities say they rescued 16 children who were allegedly being sold for sex. The two-week sting was tied to increased demand surrounding the game.

The FBI says some of the pimps told investigators they came to New Jersey specifically...

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