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Pimp Who Trafficked 16-Year-Old Girl Sentenced to 30 Years in Federal Prison

Posted on | July 29, 2018 | Comments Off on Pimp Who Trafficked 16-Year-Old Girl Sentenced to 30 Years in Federal Prison

Raymorris Asencio (left) and his accused accomplice Briana Sparkman (right).

Raymorris Asencio, 32, of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison after being convicted on federal charges of human trafficking and transporting a minor across state lines to engage in prostitution. Asencio and an accomplice, 18-year-old Briana Sparkman, were arrested in 2017 after authorities got a tip from an alert citizen:

During [a May 2017 hearing for Sparkman], Christopher Berthay, an agent with the FBI Task Force testified about details in the case.
He stated authorities became aware of the case when a lady at a nail salon in Oxford called police about three people, a white female, a black female and an older black male, in early February.
“She believed the older male was a pimp in some way,” said Berthay. “She said he used aggressive language to the girls and talked about making money in Oxford.”
Berthay said the lady was curious, and looked up missing children on her phone from Mississippi.
“She ended up discovering that the white female, was a missing child from Waveland, Mississippi,” said Berthay.
Within 48 hours of that phone call, the trio was located at a hotel in Baton Rouge, where they were questioned and released by local authorities.
The white female, was later identified at a 16-year-old runaway that had been in and out of foster care that was first picked up by Asencio walking along the highway according to Berthay.
“He said he knew a way for them to make money and he would give her a place to stay,” said Berthay.
Berthay said the victim was taken to hotels in Oxford and Grenada, and backpage ads were setup advertising sex for money.
“Hundreds of pages were advertising sex for money,” said Berthay.
Those pages were linked to Sparkman, according to testimony.
Berthay testified that Asencio would provide the transportation to the hotels across the state, and he would leave Sparkman and the victim at the hotels.
“Sparkman would arrange the price and dates…, she taught the victim how to act and how to take the money,” said Berthay. “She (Sparkman) would wait in the bathroom while the sexual acts occurred.” . . .

Feminists have not taken notice of this crime, for some reason.

Perhaps it’s the same reason feminists did not mention the sex trafficking convictions of Abdul Bangura Jr. and Christian Hood, or the sex trafficking arrest of Michael Quinones, or Timothy Bernard White, or the warrant for fugitive sex trafficker Ramon Raudel Campos Murillo.

Maybe it’s “intersectionality.”



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