Modern-Day Slavery in America – the ‘victimless crime’

September 18, 2010 11:39

Prostitution is not a victimless crime. Girls as young as 12 are lured with promises of jobs as housekeepers or nannies from poor villages, some are US children kidnapped right here in America, then forced to become sex slaves.

This video from abc – more from abc here

This from Billy Hallowell at Human Events:


‘While some may find it difficult to believe, American women and children are being exploited and sold into slavery. Recognizing this fact is paramount, as combating this social ill is going to become increasingly important, especially as technology enables criminals to find new ways to abduct and exploit the innocent.’

‘Unlike those individuals who engage in criminal activities such as drug and weapons sales, these monsters choose to do so because they believe that abducting human beings provides a relatively renewable product. The children and young adults they capture are used and abused to the fullest capacity so that these degenerates can make optimal monies from the victims’ toils.

The situation in America is grim. According to the Justice Department, every year 300,000 American children are at risk of being enveloped into the commercial sex world. According to Stop Child Trafficking Now (SCTNow), “UNICEF values the global market of child trafficking at over $12 billion a year with over 2.5 million child victims.” ‘

‘She writes, “Young girls are the new commodities that traffickers and gangs are selling. And, there isn’t a culture of crime and punishment for selling girls as there is for selling illegal drugs. It is less risky, and more profitable (the girls are “reusable”), to traffic girls, instead of meth or crack.”’


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