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Thursday, September 20, 2007

The Pimps of Cobain Country: It's VVM ChainSmoking 09.20.07

Posted By on Thu, Sep 20, 2007 at 12:09 PM

Every day at noon, the SF news blog 'The Snitch' tours its peers in the Village Voice Media chain to find cool stories. This week on ChainSmoking, Cobain Country -- Seattle Weekly -d2

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--When your boss is a pimp:

Christopher Hutton, 34, an accused pimp and kidnapper, pleaded not guilty in King County Superior Court yesterday. Police say he and buddy Michael Veidt, 24 - who also pleaded NG to raping one of the teens - forced at least four girls and young women into a prostitution ring that operated from Seattle to the SeaTac Strip. Family members of both men were also involved in the sex trade, cops say.

--Courtney Love Settles the Last of Her Nirvana Money Disputes:

Attorneys helped Cobain's widow win as much as
$9 million.

-- Bum-Rush the Show:

Yo Majesty rule at Chop Suey while Ballard braces for REVERBfest, with slideshow.

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