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This killer has spawned a great deal of love from the public.

This killer has spawned a great deal of love from the public. It hasn't stopped her from joining that club of women who are killers and use se-x to make money.

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This killer has spawned a great deal of love from the public.

It hasn’t stopped her from joining that club of women who are killers and use se-x to make money.

Cyntoia Brown Long

Cyntoia Brown Long is an American woman who, at the age of 16, was convicted of the murder and robbery of Johnny Michael Allen. Brown said that Allen had paid her $150 to have sex with him, and that she feared for her life during their encounter, leading her to shoot him.

Cyntoia Brown-Long Shows Solidarity With 19-Year-Old Sex Trafficking Victim Chrystul Kizer, Whose Story Eerily Mirrors Her Own

Update (December 27, 2019): Cyntoia Brown-Long is doubling down on her advocacy for 19-year-old sex trafficking victim Chrystul Kizer, who is facing life in prison for killing her alleged sex abuser.

Less than a week after posting a photo of herself in a hoodie bearing the words “Justice for Chrsytul,” Brown-Long wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post discussing the changes that need to be made in order to help all sex trafficking victims.

Brown-Long wrote about the differences in society’s understandings of sex trafficking of minors and culpability of girls between 2006, when she was sentenced, to now. The 31-year-old asserted that empathy should be extended to other victims. In the letter, Brown-Long also stated she hopes her case serves as a learning opportunity for similar situations, writing that her experience isn’t “unique.”

“I was freed in August, but that can’t be the end of this story,” she wrote. “It has always been my hope that my case would show people there is a need to change things for other young women in similar circumstances.”

The founder of the GLITTER project calls on readers to mobilize behind the victims of sex trafficking. She says that while her case may have received a national campaign, many others are going through the same situation without anyone hearing their name or their story.

“But how we respond determines whether the faces we see can serve as representation for the ones we don’t. For every name we know — for every #freecyntoiabrown campaign — there are countless others who will never be heard. Unless we work to change the laws behind the injustices, identical injustices will follow.”

She urges readers to advocate in a way that will help all sex trafficking victims, rather than just the ones who are receiving media coverage. Brown-Long called for a change in laws, referring to the loophole in Kizer’s case which states they believe she was not “engaged in prostitution at the time of the crime and they don’t believe her life was in danger at the moment.” Prosecutors also allege they have evidence the murder was premeditated.

Kizer is being held on $1 million bail. If convicted as charged, she faces life in prison.- Source