By Pete Kotz Thursday, Jan 27 2011
The alarm bells reached peak decibel in November, when Dallas Police
Sergeant Louis Felini told the The Dallas Morning News that between 50,000
and 100,000 prostitutes could descend on the metroplex for the Super Bowl.
The call to outrage had sounded.
His estimate was astonishing. At the higher figure, it meant that every man,
woman and child holding a ticket would have their own personal hooker, from
the vice presidential wing of FedEx to Little Timmy from Green Bay.
And if you believed a study commissioned by the Dallas Women's Foundation,
the hordes would include 38,000 underage prostitutes. Doe-eyed beauties from
the Heartland would be peddled like Jell-O shots at the Delta Phi soiree.