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Zumba prostitution trial tests patience of prospective jurors in Maine courthouse

There are 1 comment on the Star Tribune story from Jan 28, 2013, titled Zumba prostitution trial tests patience of prospective jurors in Maine courthouse. In it, Star Tribune reports that:

The trial of a key figure in a prostitution scandal at a Zumba studio in Maine remains on hold, with potential jurors being told to stay home Monday.

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Mr Fall

Morgantown, WV

#1 Jan 31, 2013
How sad is it for a town like Kennebunk to be know and located geographically after such a dark news.Prostitution happens everywhere and it is hard to hide because people talk. Prostitution or no , the problem here is you can not operate a business without paying taxes. You can not violate people's privacy and destroy families. Why did not she go to Vegas or Amsterdam and dance. It remains obvious that wherever there is temptation, men will fall and act wrong. We are just animals and sometimes we do not think right. That women ruined people's lives and soon will have a book deal or a movie and catch on it. Scandals are lucrative in the USA. She messed up other people's businesses too.

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