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Cops try new way to stifle sex trade

They'll target 'johns,' not arrest prostitutes

From left, Winnipeg Police Service Det.-Sgt. Darryl Ramkissoon, Sgt. Gene Bowers, Insp. Liz Pilcher, Chief Devon Clunis and RCMP D Division Assistant Commissioner Kevin Brosseau announce the new anti-prostitution approach Friday at the William Whyte Residents' Association office at 295 Pritchard Ave.

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From left, Winnipeg Police Service Det.-Sgt. Darryl Ramkissoon, Sgt. Gene Bowers, Insp. Liz Pilcher, Chief Devon Clunis and RCMP D Division Assistant Commissioner Kevin Brosseau announce the new anti-prostitution approach Friday at the William Whyte Residents' Association office at 295 Pritchard Ave. Photo Store

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Updated on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 10:23 AM CST: photo cutline fixed

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