Craigslist users fear not, the "casual encounters" and "erotic massage" sections of the site are not going anywhere in the wake of the shockingly tragic "Craigslist killer" saga. The site's founder has stood up to the Connecticut Attorney General, saying its erotic services postings will remain in place despite Philip Markoff being accused of finding his victims through the site. Everyone knows that trolling for dates on Craigslist is pretty risky and law enforcement officials have long criticized the site as an online brothel that facilitates prostitution. Speaking on ABC News, the site's founder said "Sometimes a bad guy of some sort tries to pull a fast one on our site. We don't want it there, it's wrong, and that's why we have the help of the general community and the law enforcement community getting rid of things like that."
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