Child Trafficking Bust: 123 Missing Children Recovered in One Day

This is good news; I’m always glad to hear stuff like this. These human trafficking rings need to be put to an end. Than we’ll need to dismantle the Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate because they actually were perpetrators of these unacceptable crimes as well. Trading human beings for technology is their crime. They will answer for their transgressions and I hope they see this post. Because in the end I’m going to do all I can to remove them from their power. I will seek you all out and make sure you answer for the crimes you have committed. You may think your breakaway civilization is untouchable and you’ll never answer for what you’ve done. 

Yet in reality you will; many others, including myself will make sure of it. There is nowhere in this galaxy you can hide. We will find you and you will be brought before the people you paid little respect towards. You will stand trial and your deeds will be known to all of humanity. This needs to be done in order for humanity to move on from these dark ages and you’ve capture and trial will be a catalyst meant for healing. You are not God; we are not cattle and we are NOT FOR SALE!!!

Timothy Frappier  

Source: Humans Are Free

Over 120 missing children were recovered in a one-day sweep in a Michigan county, as U.S. Marshals tried to locate victims of sex trafficking.

Out of 301 files of missing children in Wayne County, 123 were identified and recovered safely during the operation led by the newly formed Child Recovery Unit.

The sting throughout Wayne County took place on Sept. 26 but was publicized a week later on Oct 3 by the U.S. Marshals Service.

“All of the children located were interviewed about potentially being sexually victimized or used in a sex trafficking ring during their period of time that they were deemed missing,” said a statement from the U.S. Marshall’s office.

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“Three cases were identified as being possible sex trafficking cases, and one homeless teen was transported back to the command post after it was discovered that he had not had anything to eat in three days.”

It was the first time an operation of this kind had been conducted in Wayne County.

“The message to the missing children and their families that we wish to convey is that we will never stop looking for you,” the U.S Marshals statement said.

Watch: Child Sex Trafficker Admits On Camera To Have Killed 400-500 Children

According to FBI data, over 441,000 entries were filed for missing persons under the age of 18 in 2017 alone.

Sources: TheEpochTimes.comUSmarshals.gov

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Ashton Kutcher Rescued 6000 Sex Trafficking Victims. Almost All Of Them Had Something In Common…

Source: Stage2Omega

OCTOBER 13, 2016

Actor, activist and businessman Ashton Kutcher visited “The Today Show” this week to speak with hosts Kathie Lee and Hoda about the new season of his Netflix original series, “The Ranch.”

But what he was most interested in talking about was his organization’s work to end human sex trafficking and child pornography.

In the interview, Kutcher tells the hosts about Thorn, the organization he began with his ex-wife, actress Demi Moore, in 2008.

Through his work with Thorn, Kutcher has learned that almost all sex trafficking victims have one thing in common—they’re targeted online:

“We’re building digital tools to fight human trafficking. Basically, the purchase and commerce for human trafficking is happening online, just like everything else now,and so we’re building digital tools to fight back against it.”

Thorn’s self-described mission is “to drive tech innovation in the fight against trafficking.” On the organization’s website, it explains just how it goes about its work:

“We partner across the tech industry, government and NGOs and leverage technology to combat predatory behavior, rescue victims, and protect vulnerable children. The site also lists 20 members of what it calls The Thorn Technology Task Force, comprised of technology companies that lend their knowledge, time and resources to the work that we do. Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Adobe are listed among the names who are helping Thorn’s cause.”

So far, Thorn has been a quiet success, with some impressive, real-world numbers to back up its mission statement, as Kutcher explains:

“We’ve built a tool to help law enforcement prioritize their caseload and recover victims and find traffickers. And we’ve found and identified and recovered over 6,000 trafficking victims this year. And we’ve found, identified, and recovered 2,000 traffickers.”

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But Kutcher says he and his organization aren’t stopping there — they’re also working towards a truly ambitious humanitarian goal:

“Our next battle, my next commitment…I’m going to make a pledge that I’m going to eliminate child pornography from the internet.”

Thorn’s approach — using internet technology to find victims and their captors — is apt, because the major threat to victims isn’t white vans parked on corners with kidnappers awaiting passersby: it’s online.

Disturbing data which the organization compiled shows that everyday sites like Craigslist are frequently used as a means of doing business in the illegal sex industry.

Even more terrifying is that in 2015, 75% of child sex trafficking survivors Thorn surveyed were sold online at some point.

Asia, a survivor who spoke to Thorn during last year’s survey, told the organization:

“People are posted and sold online multiple times a day. As far as the ad that was posted up [for me], there was a girl who eerily looked like me…just [like] you can go find a car, there was a picture, and a description, and a price.”

Anti-human trafficking group Polaris reports that The International Labor Organization estimates 4.5 million people are currently working against their will for sex traffickers. And the underground sex economy in 2014 was worth $290 million in Atlanta, Georgia, alone, according to an Urban Institute study.

Source: http://www.theearthchild.co.za/ashton-kutcher-rescued-6000-sex-trafficking-victims-almost-something-common/