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Sex Trafficker Wants Out of Danbury Due to COVID But SDNY Judge Carter Says Unlikely

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 15 – Allen Barrington pimped a minor victim from 2007 to 2014. On May 15, he applied for compassionate release from prison. Inner City Press covered it.

   Barrington's lawyer said he would live with his mother, a Nursing Assistant at a nursing home on Long Island. 

   But it emerged that there is not record of Barrington applying to the Federal prison in Danbury, Connecticut for release. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Andrew L. Carter advised Barrington's lawyer to apply now, "belt and suspenders."

He also previewed, without ruling, that he was unlikely to grant this application, given the underlying crime.

   It involved Backpage. Inner City Press will continue to cover this case. It is US v. Barrington, 15-cr-116 (Carter).


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