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Charges were filed Tuesday afternoon against five more suspects, and the final 18 must be charged Wednesday or be released from custody.Arbogast, 70, pleaded innocent to attempted first-degree rape of a child and attempted second-degree rape of a child.After his arrest, Arbogast told police “that age is just a number,” documents said.He claimed he went to the home intending to only meet the mother.Prosecutors say he responded to an ad by an undercover officer who claimed to be a mother who likes to watch men having sex with her 11-year-old daughter and 13-year-old son.Arbogast exchanged emails and texts with the “mother” and said he was willing to come to her home to have sex with the kids, understanding the ages of the boy and girl and that the mother would not engage in any sex acts, court documents said.For years, executives of the controversial classifieds website have adamantly denied claims that the site has facilitated prostitution and child sex trafficking.
Arbogast was honorably discharged from the Navy after four years and had a career as an instrumental technician, Swanberg added.
(Cliff Owen/AP)Backpage argues it is a passive carrier of “third-party content” and has no control of sex-related ads posted by pimps, prostitutes and even organized trafficking rings.
The company contends it removes clearly illegal ads and refers violators to the police.
The first three men nabbed last week in a child sex sting were arraigned Tuesday in a Kennewick courtroom. After chatting with the men, including via text messages, arrangements were made for the would-be perpetrators to meet up at a Richland apartment or another location before being given the residential address, according to law enforcement and court documents.
Undercover detectives answered postings that already existed on various websites and placed their own ads claiming to be kids as young as 11 or parents who were offering their children for sex.
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10 before a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee hearing into Backpage.com’s alleged facilitation of online sex trafficking.