A Charlotte federal jury this week convicted a former Army Reservist of running a brutal sex-trafficking ring across the city. Xaver Boston, 29, faces at least 15 years in prison for each of six sex trafficking counts. Prosecutors say Boston closed down his operation in 2016 when he was deployed to Afghanistan as a military policeman. He started it back up shortly after his return.
A Charlotte federal jury this week convicted a former Army Reservist of running a brutal sex-trafficking ring across the city. Xaver Boston, 29, faces at least 15 years in prison for each of six sex trafficking counts. Prosecutors say Boston closed down his operation in 2016 when he was deployed to Afghanistan as a military policeman. He started it back up shortly after his return.
A Charlotte federal jury this week convicted a former Army Reservist of running a brutal sex-trafficking ring across the city. Xaver Boston, 29, faces at least 15 years in prison for each of six sex trafficking counts. Prosecutors say Boston closed down his operation in 2016 when he was deployed to Afghanistan as a military policeman. He started it back up shortly after his return.

In Afghanistan, he was an MP. In Charlotte, he’s a convicted pimp.

October 12, 2018 02:56 PM