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Lawyer: Interpreter was needed for woman in Duluth sauna case

Published 06/29/2010, Duluth News Tribune

The owner of the former Yoshiko Sauna in Duluth said she was entitled to an interpreter when police questioned her last year about running a house of prostitution. Since she wasn’t provided one, her lawyer says her statement — including her alleged comment that police were closing the last whorehouse in the area — should be suppressed.

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