Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Commonwealth's Attorney Exploring Crimes Against Children in 'Breaking Cardinal Rules' Book

Commonwealth's Attorney Thomas Wine says his office is talking to police about possible criminal activities involving children that are mentioned in the book Breaking Cardinal Rules

In the book, escort Katina Powell claims she got her underage daughters involved in prostitution.

Here is an excerpt from WDRB.com:

Commonwealth's Attorney Thomas Wine says his office is in consultation with the University of Louisville Police Department and the Louisville Metro Police Department Crimes Against Children Unit regarding the possible criminal violations revealed in her book, “Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen.”
In the book, Powell admits to getting her daughters, one age 15 and another age 17, involved in the escort trade.
“The allegations of criminal activity contained in this book cause grave concern to me and this community,” Wine said in a statement emailed to WDRB. “If my office receives credible evidence of sexual abuse or other criminal activity involving minor children, we will vigorously prosecute those responsible for the crimes.”
It will be up to police organizations, particularly the University of Louisville Police Department or LMPD, to determine whether enough evidence can be gathered to pursue a charge.

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