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Backpage.com CEO Carl Ferrer Arrested In Pimping Charges

Carl Ferrer, the CEO of Backpage.com, was arrested by authorities upon arriving in Texas on Thursday. His company, Backpage is an online classified service that hosted typical classified advertisements, but also caters to unique ads. Law enforcement picked up Carl Ferrer upon his arrival in Houston on a flight that had departed from Amsterdam. According... Read more » Backpage.
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