Jeremy Cox , email@example.com
Published 3:35 p.m. ET Feb. 24, 2017 | Updated 2:34 p.m. ET Feb. 27, 2017
One by one, they were plucked off the street, and their captors would plunge them, against their will, into the sordid business of prostitution.
The human-trafficking ring's leaders would dress them in lingerie and take their photographs inside rooms at a Salisbury hotel barely three blocks away from a Maryland State Police barrack. The pictures were immediately posted to the internet, advertising the women to would-be johns under pseudonyms such as "Sugar" and "Sunshine."
Business was brisk, but the women held captive were never paid...