I don't understand why much of the focus in this case has turned to the internet and it's culpability in the death of Julissa Brisman. Granted, my sampling is very small but Kelly Ripa represents every American woman, right? She and Oprah were really shaken about how ripe with danger cyberspace is. Um, Oprah sexual sadists don't need a computer to gain access to prey, sometimes people hire them to educate children. And Jack the Ripper wasn't cruising message boards.
The escort business is inherently dangerous. The actual duties of the job come with perils but it's illegality forces it underground, where psycho paths can really flourish.
I've come across a couple of articles from mainstream sources discussing the continuation of the Craig's List "erotic" sections but none examining the pros and cons of the continuation of criminalizing prostitution (though I believe the woman was technically present to dance or massage her murderer) .