Violent Sex Trafficker to be Freed by Corrupt Judge?

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Mabry Counting His Cash

UPDATE (10/26/17): Boo Mabry has in fact been set free by Judge Goger and the Fulton County D.A.’s office. He declared himself guilty of trafficking heroin, cocaine, and using a firearm during the commission of a felony and received 5 years probation, back on the street immediately. Several victims who had hoped to escape now remain trapped thanks to this miscarriage of justice.

ATLANTA, GA – Bobby “Boo” Mabry is a violent sex & drug trafficker who operates on the south side of Atlanta, primarily in locations around the intersection of I-285 and Jonesboro Rd. Sources within law enforcement have expressed great concern for some of the girls Mabry exploits saying that he and his friends are among a different class of sex traffickers – extremely violent and dangerous.

It is known that Boo Mabry is selling desperate girls in South Atlanta for sex through multiple online advertisements. It is also known that Mabry is not a low man on the totem pole within his drug trafficking ring. Field investigators have observed him using girls as drug mules, as well as using other men as go-betweens to drug dealers in the suburbs.

Broken Girl - CopyIn other words, he is a heroin & cocaine “wholesaler” who supplies drug dealers in rural and suburban communities across North Georgia (as far north as the Tennessee border), though he insulates himself by using others as intermediaries, including the women he is exploiting.

While it is almost certain that Boo Mabry is a high-level member of one of the trafficking cartels operating in Atlanta, it is currently unknown exactly which one. One source has alleged he is a member of the Black Mafia Family, though this remains unconfirmed.

Below is a list of the charges for which Mabry has previously been convicted: Continue reading

Is Cobb County Liable for Trauma Suffered by Sex Trafficking Victims?

Smyrna, GA – On Monday, January 18th, top Cobb County elected officials received notice describing the systemic sex trafficking occurring at the Red Roof Inn off Windy Hill Rd (2200 Corporate Plaza, Smyrna, GA 30080).

UPDATE: Commissioner Bob Ott’s office has informed that law enforcement is now actively working to achieve change at the Red Roof. We receive this news with joy, but we will continue to keep our eye on the Red Roof, expecting to see permanent change in the near future. (Red Roof Corporate’s response remains disappointing.)

Clearly referenced in this notice were reports from several online news organizations, including ATL Trafficking.com, that included many specific and verifiable details regarding the illegal activity at that particular Cobb County Red Roof, including the names of traffickers, their previous convictions for crimes against children, strong evidence of the hotel’s complicity, as well as the fact that underage victims as young as twelve years old are involved.

Since the release of this information, Metro Atlantans have been discussing and sharing the revelations about this Red Roof like wildfire.

Yet, more than a week later, staff members from the offices of County Manager David Hankerson (770-528-2600), Chairman Tim Lee (770-528-3305), Commissioner Bob Weatherford (770-528-3313), and Commissioner Bob Ott (770-528-3316) say that they failed Continue reading