Kaffie McCullough on why she used bogus child sex trafficking study [AUDIO]

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The Juvenile Justice Fund
Kaffie McCullough admits they needed scary stats to get funding.
This week's cover story debunks a bogus study on juvenile prostitution that was used to demonize Craigslist and censor its adult classified ads.

The problem is that the study is based on a seriously flawed methodology--the numbers presented as hard statistics are actually based on guesses. The researchers look at photographs posted to online classifieds sites and guess who looks under 18.

Kaffie McCullough, who commissioned the original study, admitted as much in a tape conversation, which you can listen to yourself.

McCullough, the campaign director of A Future Not A Past, in her own words:


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Follow the Money. Find out her funding source and let her patrons know........

Georgia taxpayer
Georgia taxpayer

She used money from the Georgia Governor's office.    

a mother of two
a mother of two

This is bogus....what about the children...this is real. It could be your Daughter.

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