One Facebook user posted on the Potential Prostitutes page: 'I can only hope the makers of this site/webpage all get cancer and die horribly.
Kenneth White told t: 'Thats a lie.
Its part of the stock language such sites use.'.
A 20 year old sex worker, Maa Adjoa from Kumasi, who spoke with our reporter disclosed that their relocation as a result big boobs prostitute of them losing 3 sex workers on June 3rd.
Most of us would have perished if we were out by then?, another sex worker, Sarah, added.Reliable information picked up by the Republic Newspaper indicates that the once thriving den of sex workers at the Kwame Nkrumah circle near the ill-fated Goil fuel station in Accra have been relocated to the popular Obra Spot and around Busy Internet.The sex workers are said to have fled their former joint after the June 3 devastation flood and fire swept through their location, killing about 150 people including three (3) sex workers and destroyed items worth millions of Ghana cedis.The site was registered in October 2012.Furthermore, it claims to have already won a slew of libel cases and clearly hopes to discourage anyone from suing based on this fact.According to her, the sex workers are yet to come to terms with the June 3rd incident because they are still in shock.?Honestly, the incident is the first of its kind.Peppered in between the personal photos provided by the site's 'community members' are official mugshots of already convicted criminals.According to them, circle is now tagged as a death zone, and they are with the hope that things will bounce back to normal in a couple of months.
Similarly, to the extent the site makes deliberately false statements of fact to extort money, its purveyors may have committed fraud, which is both a state and federal crime.'.
Mr White went on to say: 'Courts are still determining application of Section 230 to extortion sites, but even the most generous application of Section 230 wouldnt apply if the 'user submission' was a hoax if the purveyors of the site were themselves the ones.
The site maintains that it is not responsible for background checks or the veracity of the accusations, and that anyone who wishes to have their profile removed - innocent or not - will be charged 100.
Seizing on a moral argument for the site's creation the homepage claims: 'All our offenders have been reported by local community members who feel these offenders should be taught a lesson before their actions escalate.'.According to her, the disaster has affected their business massively as customers no longer patronize their services for fear of unforeseen disaster in the course of their frolicking with the?Ladies of the Night?.?the relocation was necessary because we are really scared.Morals: The website's homepage explains that all information is submitted by thoughtful community members who want to see an end to the depravity of prostitution.As my sister indicated, we lost 3 of our friends and this was because, as at the time it started raining, most of us were at home.Alfred Amuah and Prince Yeboah, survivors of the incident, both dealers of second hand shoes opposite the Goil filling station expressed the same sentiment.And that those you've wrongly vilified get their justice.'.Published: 21:59 BST, 28 December 2012 Updated: 21:59 BST, 28 December 2012 5, view comments, a website that posts pictures of women who others claim are paid for sex, is threatening to publicly humiliate those who are innocent of any such activity.Users can browse the names and faces of the women in the database or submit a new 'offender' at the click of a button.