San Francisco residents unleash on blue city’s failure to curb ‘brutal sex trafficking’ rampant on streets

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Residents of San Francisco’s Mission District slammed the city for failing constituents, especially minority residents, as “brutal sex trafficking,” menacing pimps and distracted johns brazenly take over streets in the neighborhood, according to a recent petition.

“San Francisco is failing the Mission District and its less privileged, mainly BIPOC constituents. The City has no consistent plan in place to prevent rampant and brutal sex trafficking infiltrating and degrading the neighborhood,” a petition posted last week by Mission District residents reviewed by Fox News Digital shows.

The petition is calling on the city to install license plate readers “as soon as possible” between 15th and 25th streets on Shotwell, Capp, Folsom, South Van Ness, Treat and Harrison streets in the Mission District. The petition adds that cameras should be installed in any “surrounding areas where sex trafficking occurs nightly.”

“Our hope is that the license …

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