Sue Yung Song, 48, former co-owner of the Sunnyvale-based Crystal Palace (a house of ill-repute) received a mere two and a half years in federal prison for "smuggle in Korean immigrants to work as prostitutes and extorting money from them with the help of a corrupt police officer," David L. Miller. (A police officer who capture women who fled the brothel, because, you know, being forced into sex slavery is kinda rough.) That seems a bit short considering the lives that she ruined.

What's more, we wonder how common this business model is, especially with our fine city's many, many massage parlors.