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Blue House Lounge case going to trial

by Nick Delgado

Guam - The trial for the woman alleged to have been running a prostitution ring out of her Upper Tumon night club in 2008 will begin this Wednesday. Song Ja Cha was back in federal court today for a pretrial conference. She along with her husband In Ha Cha and two of their workers were arrested for allegedly bringing in young Chuukese women to Guam and forcing them to work at the Blue House Lounge as hostesses and prostitutes.

Cha faces charges of conspiracy, sex trafficking, and foreign transportation for prostitution. Jury selection begins at 9:30am Tuessday with trial set to begin each day after.

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