U.S. lawmakers work to end underground sex trafficking
May 21st, 2014
01:44 PM ET

U.S. lawmakers work to end underground sex trafficking

According to the FBI, an estimated 293,000 American youth are at risk of being trafficked in the nation's underground sex trade.

Now lawmakers in Washington have passed a broad package of bills aimed at trying to shut down America's multi-million dollar sex trafficking industry.

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  1. mohammad sadeghi

    mohammad sadeghi

    Hello freedom fighters !
    I think you must open a new front in the field , perhaps most important. And that is to open an international tribunal to try every religion , their books specially the Quran, and their so called profets . charge them for crime against humanity and genocides. The least benefit of these trials would be the believers get information about the content of their sacred books they never have read them !!. Please do at least an anouncement about the matter in the name of humanity
    I am ready to give my life for this if necessary.
    mohammad sadeghi, Sweden

    May 31, 2014 at 7:07 am | Reply

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