By Jim Kavanagh, CNN
Atlanta, Georgia (CNN) - When Christine Caine talks about human trafficking, she speaks without punctuation, the words and sentences and paragraphs pouring out in a rushing stream that reflects the Australian's passion for rescuing victims and eradicating the crime.
In 2007, Caine, a globe-trotting evangelist and motivational speaker, was walking through the airport in Thessaloniki, Greece, and saw numerous handmade posters with pictures of young women who had disappeared.
"I thought, 'How could you have so many kids missing? How could this be possible?'" she told CNN.
And then someone clued her in: These girls were victims of human trafficking. FULL POST