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(Seattle, WA)  --  Authorities say 14 people have been arrested and 12 women have been rescued as a result of an investigation into a sex-trafficking operation in Washington.  King County Sheriff John Urquhart says two websites, which were used to rate, discuss, and promote the prostitution of women, were also shut down, as were several brothels operating in Bellevue.  Urquhart says the women are Asian immigrants who were hired and exploited through the websites, run by an organization called "The League," which consisted of a group of businessmen.  Bellevue police and the FBI are also involved in the investigation, and officials say men from at least 15 states are implicated. 

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