Human trafficking has recently had a big spotlight in the media, and our personal hero, Brianna Chaves, works to raise awareness for human trafficking, and has also worked at a shelter for survivors of trafficking. We recently spoke with Brianna about how she found herself working for this important cause, and she even shared a heartbreaking survivor story with us.
When she was three years old, Madeleine McCann vanished into thin air. The little British girl disappeared from her family’s hotel room in Portugal in 2007. The confounding incident has since become “the most heavily reported missing-person case in modern history.”
Five people were charged with trafficking — three of them accused of federal crimes and two charged with violating Florida law. Another 34 suspected accomplices or possible traffickers were arrested on trafficking-related charges, such as money laundering or drug possession. In addition, eight suspected “Johns” or sex buyers were arrested, Fernandez Rundle said.
Bridget Perrier says she had a good childhood until she was molested by a family friend at age eight. She began acting out and was relinquished by her adoptive parents to the Children’s aid society when she was 11. She was placed in a group home, from which she would be lured into a path of sexual exploitation and violence for a decade.
Politicians across the country have declared a war on human trafficking, but the tactics police departments are deploying aren’t catching the real criminals. Instead, they’re tearing apart families, terrorizing communities and ruining lives.
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Vietnamese migrants are lured to work in nail bars and cannabis factories.