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Human trafficking: As easy as ordering a pizza

“It’s just as easy as ordering a pizza, to order a person.”

These haunting words, spoken by an undercover Dayton detective, encapsulate a fragment of both the horror and pervasiveness of the human trafficking crisis facing our country in the digital age. “It’s everywhere because of the online environment,” the detective said. “There’s no boundaries or limitations.” Full Article

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I’d have found it more appropriate if the Dayton LEO had compared it to buying doughnuts.


Whenever someone especially from law enforcement or government starts rambling off statistics everyone else must remember how the data is legally defined. For example state and federal laws defining what constitutes an act of kidnapping are much broader than the first imagined scenario most people might conjure when they hear about such an incident. In certain places (perhaps most) merely forcing someone to move ten feet can legally trigger a kidnapping charge. Human trafficking likely includes such an array of conduct that most of the cases are not what many people think of when they hear or read the words… Read more »

Excuse me! Much of these sex trafficking statistics are manufacture by LE. Here is a example,

It nothing but an example of propaganda, to push for more laws that don’t make any sense, and it’s pointless.

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