Attorneys general want Craigslist's "adult services" section shut down. Seventeen attorneys general wrote an open letter to Craigslist on Tuesday, requesting that the "adult services" portion of Craigslist be taken down immediately. In the letter, the attorneys general explained that the "increasingly sharp public criticism of Craigslist's Adult Services section reflects a growing recognition that ads for prostitution -- including ads trafficking children -- are rampant on it. The letter goes on to give examples of Craigslist "adult services" ads gone wrong--including two girls who claimed they were trafficked over Craigslist wrote a letter in July asking Craigslist to take the section down. Craigslist responded to this letter published openly, in a newspaper with a blog post in which they asked for police reports and other evidence. The attorneys' general letter suggests this is an example of how Craigslist is "blames the victims" and that Craigslist lives in an "imagined utopia" where "every Adult Services advertisement is harmless until proven otherwise.