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January 29, 2014 Slideshows » News

The Brothel of Bedford: The Mugshots and Inside The Office Space 

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Pictures from this week's cover story on the corrupt network of prostitution customers and the investigation that brought them down
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Top left: Bedford Municipal Court Judge Harry J Jacob III. Top right: Bedford law director Ken Schuman. Bottom left: Jim Walsh, who ran the brothel from the third floor of his office building. Bottom right: 466 Northfield Rd in Bedford, where "Studio 54" was based.
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The backside of 466 Northfield Road in Bedford.
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The sign out front with the business that operate in the building
Ads like these would be posted on backpage.com to attract new clients.
This picture, obtained from a Scene source, shows Jim Walsh's office directly after the raid. Heroin was kept in the ceiling, according to another source.
The judge's booking photo after his corruption arrest
The law director's booking photo after his corruption arrest.
The booking photo.
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Top left: Bedford Municipal Court Judge Harry J Jacob III. Top right: Bedford law director Ken Schuman. Bottom left: Jim Walsh, who ran the brothel from the third floor of his office building. Bottom right: 466 Northfield Rd in Bedford, where "Studio 54" was based.

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