The defense attorney also pointed out that the encounter hadn’t been taped, but was only part of a live video feed.
Vitasovic asked Free whether detectives usually taped other stings.
“After this case, yes, we’ve had them recorded,” he said.
After Vitasovic’s questioning, George asked the detective one more question:
“Was that (exposing himself) something you were wanting to do?
After receiving the case just after 2 p.m., the jury of one man and five women convicted Salmon at about 2:30 p.m.
The judge sentenced her to 35 days of community service, but scheduled a review hearing April 8, at which time he said he may change his sentence depending on how amenable she’s been to a court-ordered women’s trauma support program.
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Former massage parlour prostitute speaks out.
Published Friday, June 24, 2011 7:57PM PDT.
Last Updated Saturday, May 19, 2012 2:09AM PDT.
A woman who says she used to work as a prostitute in a high-end Richmond massage parlour has shared her troubling story with CTV News.
She asked that her name be withheld, so will be referred to as "Ashley." For a year, she worked in various massage parlours in Metro Vancouver.
Ashley says about once per week her madam sent her to the Water Club, located at the top of the posh Radisson Hotel in Richmond.
"You get an initial $200 just to get in and just basically party and stuff," she said. "If you did want to have sex with any of the guys there, you charge your own rate."
The club was closed down for two months in March due to a number of bylaw infractions, which are outlined in a January 2011 report to Richmond City Council.
Among the reported violations were refusing entry to RCMP officers and "permitting a person engaged in a body rub or other services not to wear garments covering his or her body between the neck, top of knees and below the elbows."
Earlier this month, CTV News sent an undercover volunteer to the Water Club. He spoke to a manager, Paul, who said sexual services were for sale – including "hand release."
"Hand release meaning masturbation?" he was asked.
"Yeah, yeah," Paul replied.
CTV News tried to reach the Radisson Hotel for comment on Friday, but have not heard back. The hotel receives roughly $20,000 per month in rent from the Water Club.
The club manager did speak over the phone on Friday, and denied sex was for sale at the business.
"I told you guys, we don’t have full service. We don’t have those things," Paul said.
But Ashley disagrees. She says the club is "definitely full service," that parties at the Water Club sometimes went to 8 a.m. and that there was plenty of drug use — including tranquilizers, cocaine and ecstasy.
She quit the sex trade last year, and would like to see massage parlours that offer sexual services shut down.
"It was definitely terrifying," she said. "You don’t know what they’re going to do if you say no."
The City of Richmond has launched an investigation into massage parlour sex and has asked the RCMP to do the same.
Prostitute in North Vancouver
Fifth body linked to serial killer.
The body of a prostitute who vanished from Vancouver’s downtown eastside in 1995 has brought to five the number of women to have been murdered by a serial killer.
Police said yesterday they have identified skeletal remains found on Mt. Seymour in August 1996 as those of Mary Lidguerre. She is one of five women who disappeared in the summer of 1995.
A cause of death could not be established because of decomposition of the body, said North Vancouver RCMP Const. Tom Seaman.
He said Lidguerre was identified through dental records.
At the time of her disappearance, Vancouver police said they suspected she had fallen victim to the same man they believe is responsible for the murders of prostitutes Tracy Olajide, Tammy Lee Pipe and Victoria Younker.
The bodies of Olajide, 30, and Pipe 24, were found near Agassiz in August of 1995.
Both had been sexually assaulted and strangled.
A few weeks later police found the body of Younker, also known as Nicole Jean Johnson, in woods 30 kilometers from Mission.
Police confirmed Younker had died the same way as the two prostitutes whose bodies were found in Agassiz.
A fifth hooker who worked the same are of the downtown eastside is still missing.
A 42-year-old man — who once suggested he could have become a serial killer like Clifford Olson — was taken into custody on another offense and is still the prime suspect in the murders.